- Joross Gamboa took to Instagram to show his support for Michael V’s film Family History that will be shown in cinemas starting July 24
- The Kapamilya actor uploaded the poster of Michael V’s film on his Instagram account
- The Kapuso comedian and his wife, Carol Bunagan, thanked Joross
- Joross is one of the cast members of Hello, Love, Goodbye that is set for release on July 31
Joross Gamboa took to Instagram to show his support for the upcoming film of Michael V and Dawn Zulueta titled Family History which is scheduled to hit theaters on July 24.
Despite coming from different networks, Joross showed his support by promoting Michael V’s film.
On July 10, Joross posted on his Instagram account random pictures of himself and his family. Along with this, he posted a poster of Michael V’s film. In the caption, he wrote, “If you want to change the world, go home and Love your Family. -Mother Teresa.
“Speaking of Family Kuya @michaelbitoy and Ate @ayoito is Family and lets support #FamilyHistory this July 24 #FamilyisLove go Direk @michaelbitoy All Glory to God!” he added.
The Kapuso comedian and his wife Carol Bunagan expressed their thanks to the actor and exchanged greetings.
Family History is the first-ever directorial project of Michael V. The film is about a family whose strength and relationships will be tested because of a disease that will change their lives.
Joross, on the other hand, is part of the upcoming Star Cinema film, Hello, Love, Goodbye starring Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards under the direction of Cathy Garcia-Molina that will be shown in cinemas nationwide on July 31.
Since both films are set for release in July, Michael V’s Family History will be competing against Joross’s Hello, Love, Goodbye. But, that didn’t stop them to show support with for each other.
Aside from Joross, other Kapamilya stars including Rufa Mae Quinto and Ogie Alcasid also showed their support for the upcoming film of Michael V.
This is a good sign that celebrities can be good friends and supportive of one another despite coming from rival networks.