What's next for Jasmine Curtis?

Jasmine Curtis-Smith considers working on Forever Sucks as "most rewarding experience" of her career.


Ang pagganap na vampire sa online series na Forever Sucks ang itinuturing ni Jasmine Curtis-Smith na "most rewarding experience" sa kanyang acting career.

Ayon kay Jasmine, may special place sa puso niya ang popular online series ng D5Studio na magsisimula ang finale season this July 2017.

“This series has been the one project I’ve been most involved with in terms of sharing ideas when we have our usually senseless but also inspiring conversations,” ang sabi ni Jasmine.

“The producers, production staff, crewmen, our director [Joel Ferrer] and the cast are like a close knit of friends but at the same time, very professional.

“We’re always joking around on the set and often have to be reminded of our time restrictions for the day. As we balance our time for the project, it feels like home when I’m on the set,” ang kuwento ni Jasmine.

May malakas na attachment ng actress sa karakter na ginagampanan niya: si Izabel, ang 170-year-old vampire na nagpapanggap na 21-year old na nagtatrabaho sa graveyard shift ng isang call center.

Ngayong nasa huling season na ang Forever Sucks, umaasa si Jasmine na magkakaroon ng fourth season o movie version ang online show niya na popular sa millennials.

“I would definitely love a fourth season. A movie? It would be interesting. Given that the material flow would still justify all the characters and Forever Sucks in totality from its original beginnings, we would love that for sure.

“The concept of the show is refreshing for millennials. It’s neither heavy nor shallow. It’s symbolic and also easy on the mind.

“The timing is quicker than your regular series and so it doesn’t feel like a drag to watch. Everyone behind the show is emotionally invested ensuring the authenticity of everything we do.

"I also think it’s the collective feeling we have on set that translates on the screen. It makes it the Forever Sucks we’ve enthusiastically worked on the past year. Our little show that could.”

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