In Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy, Vice Ganda plays four different roles: Girlie, Peter, Mark and Panying. They are quadruplets separated at birth until a hilarious case of mistaken identity reunites them.
The movie GBBT is Vice Ganda's second Metro Manila Film Fest entry after being part of Sisterakas in 2012.
Aside from having the chance to give life to these four characters, Vice is also lucky enough to have two of the hottest matinee idols as his leading men.
JC de Vera plays the love interest of Girlie (Vice’s girl character), while Ejay Falcon is paired with Mark (Vice’s gay character).
Says JC about shooting their scenes, “Very light gawin yung film….happy ang mood ng mga tao. Masaya. Thankful ako [for this project.]”
Ejay marks his first time to work with Vice and describes the latter as “masaya, makulit at professional.” He also confesses to being a fan of Filipino comedy so he is thankful for this project. “Malaking karangalan na box office star [ang kasama ko dito]. Sobrang nakakatuwa na makaeksena [si Vice],” adds Ejay.
According to Ejay, what makes Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy different from other entries to the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) entries is that the movie promises three things: “Tawa, family drama, kilig.”
Ejay adds: “Pag si Vice ang bida sa pelikula, marami talagang manonood so binigay ko yung best ko. Gusto ko mapanood ako na nakakatawa, nakakaiyak at nakakakilig, at siyempre yung astig ang action.”
Asked if he found it awkward to shoot the scenes with Vice’s gay character, Ejay says, “Kaibigan ko naman si Vice at siyempre nilalagay ko ang sarili ko sa character ko.”