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Apr. 13, 19 | 11:50 pm

Fans can no longer wait for the new movie of Alden Richards and Kathryn Bernardo to mark their first on-screen project together.

According to Star Cinema, the said movie will be titled “Hello, Love, Goodbye” wherein the two of them will be playing young overseas Filipino workers in Hong Kong and, based on the title itself, fans are somehow expecting that the film will have a heartbreaking ending.

Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina, “Hello, Love, Goodbye” will be released later this year and the cast have already flown to Hong Kong to start shooting the film.

As seen in an Instagram post by Roxy Liquigan of Star Music, Bernardo and Richards are all about embodying their characters as they don simple looking outfits and slightly messy hair.

Based on the photos which give fans a first look on Bernardo and Richards in character, fans are certain that they will give justice and highlight the lives of several OFWs all over the world.

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Hello,Love,Goodbye behind the scenes.

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Aside from Barnardo and Richards, Kapamilya actress Maymay Entrata is reported to join the all-star cast. She also flew to Hong Kong with Kakai Bautista and Lovely Abella.

Bernardo and Richards will be staying at Hong Kong for a month to shoot significant scenes for the movie.

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