Alden Richards candidly talked about his dream movie with Maine Mendoza and even dropped hints that it might be his next project with her.
The Filipino actor served as one of this year's hosts for the 21st Asian Television Awards held in Singapore on December 2, 2016.
Alden joined other Asian celebrities such as Adrian Pang, Stephanie Carrington, Fiona Su, and Baki Zainal.
Prior to the event, Alden answered questions from fans that were addressed to the official Twitter account, @AsianTVAwards, using the hashtag #AskATA.
The Eat Bulaga host is one-half of the Aldub love team, which is also comprised of Maine.
Alden, whose chemistry with Maine led to the creation of the Kalyeserye segment, considers Aldub as one of his biggest accomplishments so far.
Here are some of Alden's responses to questions from his fans:
What is your most memorable role?
Alden: "My most memorable role was in 2012 when I did [the movie] The Road. I played a psycho killer. I miss playing pyscho roles."
What accomplishment are you most proud of?
Alden: "Of course, Aldub. I was actually given the chance to open two restaurants in one year. That is what I am most proud of."
At this point of your life, would you say you're already an accomplished man?
Alden: "There's always something out there that should be accomplished. There are a lot of things in my life that I have plans of doing. I guess in a way I am but as perspective, there's a lot of things that I have to accomplish further than what I have now."
Do you see yourself working behind the camera in the future?
Alden: "Honestly, yes. I would love o be a director someday. Given the chance, I would love to study abroad or maybe sa Pinas. Really work behind the camera because I'm so fascinated how directors give creative inputs in a scene. I would love to."
What is his dream project for himself and Maine Mendoza?
Alden: "Gusto talaga namin gumawa ng action movie. Action-comedy-romance movie. Hopefully, yung next concept of the movie will be like that. Fingers crossed."
What is more important: love life or career?
Alden: "What is important is balance. Not love life or career. You have to maintain a good balance with things. Fair, proportion of your life...you have to make sure that your life is accordingly arranged to the needs you want to do. So that's it: balance."