I Love You To Death lead stars Enchong Dee and Kiray Celis led the red carpet screening of their latest movie last July 1 at SM Megamall.
When they walked down the red carpet, the ChongKi love team was dressed like a bride and groom.
Their outfit resembles one sequence in the movie (which was shown in the trailer) wherein their characters are set to get married.
Enchong then carried Kiray and they posed like a newlywed couple!
In the movie, the two play Gwen and Tonton, childhood sweethearts who got separated when they were young. Tthey would see each other again after many years.
Little did Gwen know that Tonton has already died after a long time and just resurfaced to fulfill her desperation for love.
Suddenly, her friends also started experiencing eerie events that killed them one by one.
I Love You To Death serves as Kiray's follow-up movie after the success of Love is Blind.
Meanwhile, this serves as Enchong's comeback movie after his 2014 film Once A Princess.
During the premiere, the supporting stars of I Love You Death also walked down the red carpet.
(L-R) Trina Legaspi, Nico Nicolas, Michelle Vito, Jon Lucas, Shine Kuk, Paolo Gumabao
(L-R) Betong Sumaya, Christian Bables, Dino Pastrano
Regal Films matriarch Mother Lily Monteverde has always been present during red carpet screenings of her new movies.
This movie serves as the first mainstream venture of director Miko Livelo, who is known for his TV5 series Parang Normal Activity.
Mother Lily Monteverde and director Miko Livelo
Celebrity friends of the lead stars also came to support their movie.
(L-R) Ella Cruz, CJ Navato, Kristel Fulgar, Marlou Arizala
(L-R) Anna Vicente, Sophie Albert, Chienna Filomeno
#Hashtags members Jameson Blake and Tom Doromal also showed support for their brother Jon Lucas, who plays a special role in the movie.
(L-R) Jameson, Jon, Tom
Kiko Matos, who is fresh from his controversial URCC fight with Baron Geisler, also walked down the red carpet.
I Love You To Death, produced by Regal Films, will be shown in Philippine cinemas starting July 6.