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How does Carlo Aquino know if he is ready to move on?

“Basta ‘yung feeling mo na open ka na makakilala ng ibang babae. Pag open ka na makipag-date.”– Carlo Aquino

Kapamilya actor Carlo Aquino detailed how he knew if he was ready to move on from a past relationship at the media conference for How To Move On in 30 Days on March 31.

“Basta ‘yung feeling mo na open ka na makakilala ng ibang babae. Pag open ka na makipag-date.”



When asked if he could hire a girlfriend similar to the premise of their online series, Aquino revealed his ideal Hollywood actress.

“Oh Hollywood–si Ana de Armas. ‘Yung nasa Knives Out, ‘yung si Paloma sa James Bond movie. Ex ni Ben Affleck na Deep Water.”

Following the theme of their series, Aquino shared his thoughts about moving on.

“Parang walang timeline, ‘yung moving on–parang proseso. So in time ‘yun mawawala, siguro. Mawawala na lang siya eventually. Minsan nga hindi mo alam naka-move on ka na.”

He then described his process of moving on through activities with his friends.

“Spend time with friends. Nature, punta sa dagat. Punta sa buso-buso. Sa bundok, tapos kwento ng kwento sa mga kaibigan hanggang sa manabang sila. Pero hindi naman importante na sila ‘yung manabang, kasi kailangan ‘yung sakit mo ‘yung manabang so ikukwento mo pa rin kahit ayaw na nila.”

Aquino stars with Maris Racal, Albie Casiño, and Sachzna Laparan in their upcoming series. 

Joining them are John Lapus, John Arcilla, Sherry Lara, Phoemela Baranda, Poppert Bernadas, Hanie Jarrar, Elyson De Dios, Rans Rifol, and James Bello.

Aquino discussed the value of having a good rapport with his co-stars while filming for the series.

“Parang mas madali kapag may relationship ka sa mga ka-trabaho mo. Kasi before hindi ko masyadong pinapahalagahan ‘yun. Ngayon mas sinusubukan ko na magkaroon ng relationship sa mga katrabaho ko para ‘yung rapport mas maganda. Mas natural. 

“Mas madali, mas komportable kasi. Importante ‘yun na importante ka sa work environment mo.”

ABS-CBN’s first YouTube exclusive series is under the direction of Benedict Mique and Roderick Lindayag.



How To Move On in 30 Days started streaming on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s channel on April 4.

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