Isabel Granada currently shooting suspense-horror film in Oman

In her email to PEP, Isabel Granada (in photo) narrates that she is presently shooting a movie at Oman where there are "great beaches and great hospitality from the people." Pirates Blood is a suspense-horror film about seven people from different countries.

Isabel Granada recently sent PEP (Philippine Entertainment Portal) an email from the country of Oman, where she is currently shooting her upcoming movie Pirates Blood. The former That's Entertainment star also shared the good news that she would play a role in the upcoming GMA-7 TV series Kaputol ng Isang Awit.

Pirates Blood tells the story of a group of seven Asian-Americans who are on vacation but their lives are threatened when they get involved in a mystery surrounding the legend of pirate's treasure.

The 90-minute movie is being shot in the city of Sur. The Sultanate of Oman is a country in southwest Asia, on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula. This half-a-million dollar film is being produced in partnership with Hollywood producer-director Mark Ratering and Jayashree Cine International, an Indian film production company represented by Gulab Prem-kumar.

The afternoon drama series Kaputol ng Isang Awit topbills Glaiza de Castro and Lovi Poe. Isabel plays Elena, the owner of a recording company that goes under because of the incapacity of her father. She struggles to restore the good standing of the recording company.

Isabel was last seen in the Kapuso Network's primetime fantaserye Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan where she played the role of Luna. Her latest movie is the indie film Xenoa, which is also a sci-fi tale of three alien siblings.





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