Piolo Pascual and Angel Locsin considered adoptive children of Bukidnon

by Jocelyn Dimaculangan
Oct 10, 2008
The Star Cinema film tentatively titled The Land Down Under is expected to open in cinemas this November. Piolo Pascual and Angel Locsin, who previously appeared in the TV series Lobo, shot this film in Bukidnon and Australia.


Dubbed as the "Home of the country's finest cowboys," the Impasug-ong municipality of Bukidnon can also be considered the new home of adoptive children Piolo Pascual and Angel Locsin.

According to the official website of ABS-CBN, Piolo, Angel, and Direk Rory Quintos are legally adopted children of the first class municipality located in the northeastern part of Bukidnon. The adoption ceremony involved a bonfire, native costumes, and chants performed by the datus or royalty of Bukidnon.

They have recently finished taping for the Star Cinema movie tentatively titled The Land Down Under. The action flick, which features cowboys in Northern Mindanao, will also highlight cowboys from Australia, hence the title of the movie.

In the October 5 episode of The Buzz, Piolo and Angel recalled the accidents involving the horses that they were riding.

"Nakakatawa si Angel kasi siya pa ang umalalay sa horse because nagulat yung horse na may biglang sumakay," narrates Piolo.

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For her part, Angel says, "Hinatak ko agad siya kasi ‘pag naaksidente si PJ wala na kaming makukunan."

The matinee idol is very enthusiastic about this movie, which he describes as: "a love story and you will see a lot of backdrop na mga bundok at may outback pa ng Australia."

Angel is equally grateful for being given this chance to work on her first movie with Star Cinema. "Masaya ako na pinagkatiwalaan ako ng ganitong proyekto. Masaya kaming lahat sa Bukidnon."


After shooting their scenes in Mindanao, Angel and Piolo are to proceed to Darwin, Australia to continue filming their first movie together, which is slated to open in cinemas nationwide this November.


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The Star Cinema film tentatively titled The Land Down Under is expected to open in cinemas this November. Piolo Pascual and Angel Locsin, who previously appeared in the TV series Lobo, shot this film in Bukidnon and Australia.
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