- Alden Richards and Kathryn Bernardo’s movie Hello, Love, Goodbye is a success
- It was rumored that Alden will work with Bea Alonzo On a Star Cinema movie
- The actor is a fan of the actress
Alden Richards and Kathryn Bernardo’s Hello, Love, Goodbye is definitely a success at the box-office.
On its first day, the romance drama earned more than 34 million. On its second day, the figure rose to more than 66 million. And so far there are no signs that it’s slowing down.
The movie also earned positive reviews from moviegoers. It even became one of the most talked-about topics on Twitter.
From the day their team-up movie was announced by Star Cinema, fans did not fail to show their support for Kathryn and Alden and their movie.
Before it was released last Wednesday, July 31, the film was unanimously Graded ‘A’ by Cinema Evaluation Board, proving that the film is worth watching.
Considering the success of Hello, Love, Goodbye, Alden doing a second movie with Star Cinema seems very possible.
There is an unconfirmed report that Star Cinema won’t be letting Alden go just yet, not before casting him in a rom-com movie with Bea Alonzo, who gained the sympathy of the public after she was “ghosted” by her ex-boyfriend Gerald Anderson.
Alden was a self-confessed fan of Bea and John Lloyd Cruz especially of their characters Popoy and Basha in the 2007 movie One More Chance directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.
In 2016, Alden shared a photo of himself with the two stars. “When the ‘fan-boy’ in you gets you hard! Iba talaga,” he said in a Facebook post.
During the movie’s blog conference a day after its premiere, director Cathy said that she saw her favorite actor John Lloyd in Alden in the Hello, Love, Goodbye movie.
“Without ano to the John Lloyd fans ha, hindi ko kino-compare pero alam niyo naman na ang aking (batayan) ng actingan ay ang aking panganay na si John Lloyd. Merong mga portions na nakikita ko si Lloydie sa kanya. Meron siyang mga bitaw ng linya na ‘parang si Idan ha.’ Meron siyang bitaw na parang natural. At hindi lang ako nakapansin pati staff ko,” she said.
The Box Office director, best known for romantic-comedy films, has worked with John Lloyd on some of the most popular films in the latter’s career including One More Chance and A Second Chance with Bea Alonzo.
But fans are now clamoring for a movie sequel of Hello, Love, Goodbye and director Cathy, the director behind the film, shared that she’s not closing her doors on any possibility.
“Well, I’m not closing my doors. Anything is possible, always. In all my films, kung gusto mong dugtungan, puwede naman. But tingnan natin,” she said.
Alden also affirmed that he’s open for any possibility of having a sequel to their movie.
“Good idea po if sundan ‘yung Hello, Love, Goodbye, maghihintay lang po kami lahat for that. Maybe soon or hindi rin po namin alam kung kailan po siya magko-commence. Pero ako po, looking forward pa rin kasi ang dami rin po, halos lahat ng lumalabas sa cinema, nababasa namin ‘yung release na, ‘Sana may part 2, sana may part 2,’ “ the Pambansang Bae said during the bloggers’ conference for Hello, Love, Goodbye last Thursday, August 1.
Alden is a GMA artist who became widely known for his phenomenal love team with Maine Mendoza dubbed as AlDub.He last starred in the movie Imagine You and Me with Maine which was also a box office hit in 2016.