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Enrique, Liza, and Gerald Anderson to star in a new movie together

Enrique Gil, Liza Soberano, and Gerald Anderson will be the newest love triangle to watch out for in the latest Star Cinema offering bearing the working title of Everyday I Love You. Talking about their characters, Liza said that she will play the role of Audrey, a romantic old soul and the girlfriend of Gerald’s character, Tristan. Hailing from Bacolod, Liza described her character as, “Knows how to wait, who is very patient.

Enrique, on the other hand, will play the role of Ethan. “He grew up with his father because ‘yung mom niya, parang iniwan ‘yung anak niya dun sa dad. So, parang he grew up with a father lang knowing that the mom parang bumalik sa first love niya,”

Enrique explained, giving a background on his character. As for Ethan’s qualities, Enrique described him as, “Ayoko maghintay, gusto ko number 1 lagi, ayoko ng late, gusto ko (everything) in order. Fast-paced. Super baliktad ‘nung sa kanya,” referring to Liza’s character. “I cannot wait because I don’t want to be number 2 anymore, I want to be number 1,” he added.

Meanwhile, Gerald’s character, Tristan is just like the character of Liza. “Old soul ako, lumaki kasi kami sa probinsya and sobrang love namin ‘yung city namin kung saan kami lumaki. Parang sinubukan kong magtrabaho dito sa Manila, hindi ko talaga gusto dahil ibang iba dun  sa probinsya namin.” He also said that he is a family guy here.

“Sobrang mahal na mahal ko ‘yung pamilya ko.” However, Gerald said he will encounter a life-changing incident that will affect everyone, “But something happens which changes my life completely, as in grabe, nagbago ‘yung buhay ko. ‘Dun pa lang it’s very exciting kasi ano kaya ‘yun? It’ll affect all of us.”

When asked how he feels that he will now become the third wheel to a love team, Gerald said, “It’s different, it’s scary… Ngayon alam ko na ‘yung pakiramdam ng mga third wheel sa aming love team  dati and how they handled the criticisms, ‘yung fans but this role is very exciting.”

This movie that will be directed by Director Mae Cruz-Alviar, is scheduled for release later this year. (G. A. Lastrilla,