Carla Abellana and Tom Rodriguez both assure moviegoers that So It’s You is worth watching.
In a short interview with the two Kapuso stars during the premiere last Monday, May 5, they both expressed how proud they are of their first movie together.
In So It’s You, Carla's character is still not over her ex-boyfriend (played by JC de Vera). In an attempt to make him jealous, she asks Tom's character to pretend to be her boyfriend and they shoot sweet moments together that she can share on social media.
“Maganda siya, promise,” said Carla.
“Hindi kami biased dahil part kami ng movie.
“Kasi alam namin na ‘yong material is very nice.”
Tom added, “Actually, it’s good talaga. We can be proud of it.”
When asked what viewers can expect from So It’s You, Tom immediately replied, “Sangkaterbang kilig!”
Carla agreed by saying, “Sasakit ‘yong tiyan nila sa kakatawa. Mamamaga ang puso nila sa kilig.
“Feel good lang paglabas nila ng sinehan.”
Meanwhile, the former My Husband’s Lover actors were happy to see that viewers continue to appreciate their chemistry onscreen.
“Compliment ‘yon, siyempre, for seeing that in us,” Carla said.
“Ibig sabihin na we’re doing our jobs right.
“At least, fulfilling ‘yon to us, not just as actors but also as individuals.
“It just shows na ginagawa namin ng tama ang trabaho namin, may napapasaya kaming mga tao.”
Both actors think that So It’s You will not be the last time they will be working together.
Tom said he and Carla will definitely see each other again even after completing this movie.
“I don’t think that’s something that needs to be promised.
“Hindi na kailangang i-promise ‘yon kasi friends naman kami.”
Carla added, “We’ll see, kasi hindi natin alam if we continue to work together.”
GRADE-A MOVIE. Produced by Regal Films, the romantic comedy So It’s You received a grade of A from the Cinema Evaluation Board.
“This just in: ‘So It’s You’ has been graded A by the [CEB],” revealed director Jun Lana on his Facebook account yesterday, May 6, a day after the movie's premiere at SM Megamall.
As a result, the producer is entitled to a 100 percent rebate on amusement taxes.