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Did Angel Locsin walk out of “The General’s Daughter” set?

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Mar. 03, 19 | 10:26 am

Kapamilya actress Angel Locsin is giving an impressive performance on her new television series “The General’s Daughter” which also marks her comeback on primetime television.

However, only a few months after the said action series aired, Locsin reportedly walked out of the set of “The General’s Daughter” and speculations about it started to spread online.

According to online sources, Locsin did this because of some people who work behind the camera.

One report stated that Locsin had an issue with the show’s director, Manny Palo, because the latter cursed too much after shooting a scene with actor JC de Vera which the actress did not like.

There were also some speculations that said Locsin did not like the fact that some of her co-stars were complaining about repetitive takes of one scene.

Another alleged reason why Locsin walked out was that there were only four extras in a scene wherein she was in disguise.

Locsin told one of the staff members that having only four actors on that scene would make it look unrealistic because it would require more people to look believable.

However, the staff gave her an incomprehensible explanation which offended the actress.

Her co-star JC de Vera confirmed that Locsin did walk out of the set after she shot a scene with him, but he no longer knows the reason behind it because he was already asleep when it happened.

“Alam ninyo, marami kaming tulog that time at nu’ng nangyari ‘yung time na ‘yon, lahat kami tulog. Then when we woke up, tapos na. Clueless kaming lahat. So kung tatanungin ninyo ako kung ano ang nangyari, hindi ko alam,” he said.

De Vera added that the team decided to move on and shoot other scenes when Locsin decided to walk out of the set.

“Maraming scenes that day na puwedeng kunan kahit wala siya. So ‘yon, tulog po ako noon kahit itanong pa ninyo sa lahat ng tao sa set. Iisa lang ang sasabihin ng tao – tulog si JC,” he said.

The actor said that Locsin sent a message to everyone who was working on the set for what happened but he no longer asked Locsin about it.

“Bilang malaki ang respeto namin kay Angel, wala ring gustong magtanong what really happened. Okay lang. I understand kung anuman ang nangyari,” he said.

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