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Alden Richards soon to visit ABS-CBN shows

  • Alden Richards and Kathryn Bernardo’s movie Hello, Love, Goodbye already has a release date
  • Alden is supposed to promote the movie on two Kapamilya shows
  • Netizens noted the chemistry of the new tandem

Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards’s Hello, Love, Goodbye will soon be out in cinemas on July 31.

This was announced during their poster unboxing and playdate reveal event held in Trinoma last Saturday, June 15.

The romantic drama movie, filmed entirely in Hong Kong, is directed by Cathy Garcia Molina and is written by Carmi Raymundo. Maymay Entrata, Joross Gamboa, Kakai Bautista, Jeffrey Tam, and Anthony Jennings will join Kathryn and Alden in the OFW love story.

The movie’s teaser trended online and garnered positive feedback from netizens who couldn’t deny that they unexpectedly loved KathDen’s electrifying chemistry.

Besides these exciting events, Alden is also set to promote his movie with Kathryn on two Kapamilya shows.

According to Daryl Zamora of GMA artist center, Alden’s manager, the actor will appear on the morning shows Magandang Buhay and Umagang Kay Ganda. Daryl said that these were also the same shows where Kapuso Primetime King Dingdong Dantes promoted his movie Sid and Aya: Not A Love Story in 2018 with leading lady Anne Curtis.

Hello, Love, Goodbye marks the first project of Kathryn and Alden together. Kathryn often stars with real-life partner Daniel Padilla, while Alden is one-half of the phenomenal AlDub tandem alongside Maine Mendoza.

Maine who joined Coco Martin and Vic Sotto‘s collaborative 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival entry, Jack Em Popoy: The PulisCredibles, was not able to promote the movie on ABS-CBN.

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