Bea Alonzo is both excited and nervous for A Second Chance, the sequel of her and John Lloyd Cruz's 2007 hit movie titled One More Chance.
“Naku, kung naka-capture lang ng camera ang kaba ko, baka nanginginig ang kamay ko,” said Bea when asked about her upcoming movie during the November 10 launch of her newest product endorsement, Fuji Film.
The actress says she's nervous about the reception of viewers to their follow up movie about Popoy and Basha.
Bea told entertainment reporters, “To tell you honestly, sobrang pina-fight pa siya ng minds naming lahat.
“Hindi namin alam kung tama o ano.
“But noong inilabas ang libro, naramdaman namin kung gaano nila na-miss sina Popoy at Basha.
“Nagkaroon kami ng inspiration na, 'Uy, gusto pa rin nilang malaman kung ano ang nangyari.'
“So, ito ang regalo namin para sa kanila.
“Ngayon, more than being pressured, gusto ulit naming maka-inspire, makarinig ng kwento na nabago nito ang buhay nila kagaya ng One More Chance.”
She added, “May pressure pero, ako kasi, parte ng trabaho namin ang pressure.
“Kung walang pressure, hindi na siya fun, hindi na siya coloful. Mayroon siyang ganung adranaline rush masarap siya.”
Asked about the difference of Basha in One More Chance and A Second Chance, Bea flashed a smile and said, “Ibang-iba na siya. Marami na siyang isinakripisyo, marami na siyang natutunan in the past sa mga pagkakamali niya.
“Siyempre, ang buhay, hindi naman mawawalan ng problema. Siyempre, magkakaroon at magkakaroon ng problema.
“This is a story that will show love can conquer all the differences.”
In conclusion, Bea promised to deliver the same feel that viewers got in One More Chance in its sequel, A Second Chance.
She said, “It's very relatable and we want to keep it that way.
“Gusto namin na maraming tao ang maka-relate.
“Gusto namin na marami ang ma-inspire makatulad nina Popoy at Basha.”
Bea Alonzo says they initially resisted doing A Second Chance, the Popoy-Basha sequel
by Nerisa Almo posted on November 11, 2015