Sam Milby has only a few days left to shoot his first Metro Manila Film Festival movie titled Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel.
Although it’s not yet finished, the hunk actor already feels confident about this comedy film starring Eugene Domingo. In the movie, Eugene plays dual characters: the feisty Kimmy and the simple-minded Dora.
According to Eugene, this movie is the last installment of the comedy film.
(Read: Sam Milby replaces Piolo Pascual as Eugene Domingo's leading man in Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel)
“I feel confident naman na we have a good movie,” stated Sam in an interview with PEP.ph (Philipppine Entertainment Portal) and other media during the benefit concert titled Star Magic Gives Back. The event was held last Saturday night, November 23.
During the film festival, participants usually aim for the top three spots in the ranking.
Does Sam think Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel will land among the blockbusters of this year's MMFF?
“We can’t say yet na pwedeng maging Top 3,” he replied.
“Pero ako, I’m confident na maganda ‘yong movie and enjoy sa mga tao.
“Sana maging sa Top 3 talaga… Sana maging Top 1!”
When asked what is he expecting about the movie, Sam answered, “In terms of the film festival, it’s hard.
“Kasi ang alam ko, the top three lang talaga ang kumikita.
“At the same time, we all feel confident na maraming manonood kasi nakakatawa siya.”
Sam describing his upcoming movie by saying, “The first one was comedy talaga. The second one was comedy-horror.
“Ito, comedy-action. Tumutok talaga si Ate Uge sa action scenes.”
The Kapamilya actor also assured that those who liked previous installments of Kimmy Dora will also like the third sequel.
“Si Ate Uge, nakakatuwa talaga ang acting niya especially when she’s as Dora.
Eugene Domingo reprises her roles as Kimmy (leftmost) and Dora (rightmost) while Sam Milby is her new leading man
“‘Yong mga fans ng Kimmy Dora, I’m sure mapapanood kasi maganda naman talaga ‘to,” Sam said.
The other entries in the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival are as follows: action/drama film 10,000 Hours; historical drama Pedro Calungsod, Batang Martir; comedy flick Boy Girl Bakla Tomboy; dance-musical Kaleidoscope World; horror film Pagpag; period film Boy Golden; and the family comedy My Little Bossings.