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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

May 5, 2014

Carla Abellana Says It's Not Wise To Cook Up A Romance With Tom Rodriguez At This Point

CARLA ABELLANA says it’s not wise to match her with Tom Rodriguez at a time that their first movie together, “So It’s You”, is about to be shown tomorrow. “Huwag na lang ipilit kasi sasabihin ng tao, gumigimik lang kami to promote our movie,” she says. “Isa pa, we both just came from a break up, so I think it’s better that papagpahingahin muna namin ang mga puso namin.”

How about the possibility of reconciling with Geoff Eigenmann who just returned from the U.S.A.? “Honestly, I don’t see it working out now talaga. Pero gaya nang lagi kong sinasabi, ayoko magsalita ng patapos, baka gulatin tayo ng Diyos, hindi natin alam. May mga bagay na nagbabago at baka du’n din kami ibalik or du’n din kami dalhin ulit. So we’ll really never know talaga. Ipagdarasal na lang natin na i-guide tayo ni Lord kung saan tayo dapat. Hindi ko naman sinasara totally ang pinto.”

Mother Lily Monteverde, producer of “So It’s You”, is very positive that their movie will earn money at the box office because she has great on-screen chemistry with Tom as her leading man. “I’ve seen the completed movie and I’m so proud of them. Ang ganda nilang dalawa tingnan sa big screen. This is a feel good movie about second chances that everyone will surely like, thanks to the great job of our director, Jun Lana, who’ll make you all fall in love all over again.”