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Alden Richards expresses interest to work with Kapamilya star, Bea Alonzo

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Jul. 24, 19 | 4:40 pm

A hopeful Alden Richards expressed his dream to team up with another Kapamilya actress, this time it’s Bea Alonzo.

Richards is hoping for possible projects with actors and actresses from the Kapamilya network after shooting a film with Kathryn Bernardo “Hello, Love, Goodbye”

Richards expressed his keen interest in working on more movie projects with Star Cinema. “I hope this will be the start of something new.

Hindi lang sa amin ni Kath, but in the future [para sa kung sino ang gustong mag-collaborate. I mean, kahit na you’re from different networks, it’s possible talaga. Hindi lang sa movies, madami pang possibilities for better content,” said Richards as per an interview with ABS-CBN News.

According to Richards, he really wanted to work with the now controversial actress Bea Alonzo, “Marami e! One lang? Bea Alonzo!” when asked who he wants to work with.

He added that he was able to tell Bea in person his interest to work with the actress.

“Kasi nag-meet kami before sa airport on our way sa Sinulog festival, last year ata ‘yun. Tapos nagkamustahan, kasi the last time we saw each other ay sa party noong stylist namin kasama si Idan (John Lloyd Cruz),” said Richards.

“So ‘yun, sabi ko sana magkaroon ng chance na maka-work ko siya in a movie or in [any] project. We’ll see,” he added.

But before that dream project, Richards will be seen on the big screen this July 31 in the Philippines and August 8 in UAE Cinemas for “Hello, Love, Goodbye”.

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