Judy Ann Santos talks about possibility of working with Claudine Barretto-A A +A
Friday, May 23, 2014
JUDY Ann Santos said she is open to the possibility of doing a movie project with drama actress Claudine Barretto.
In an interview with the actress last Tuesday at the PEP List Awards 2013, the "Bet On Your Baby" host said she had always dreamed of working in one movie with Barretto.
"Matagal ng usap usapan yan na magkaroon na kami ng movie together. And for me it's a dream come true na makasama siya sa pelikula," she said.
The Kapamilya star added: "Feeling ko there should be a Juday-Claudine movie. Noon pa, kung pwedeng i-recall yung past interviews ko, nabanggit ko na yan. Kung matuloy man siya, good kasi everybody happy."
Santos and Barretto are both considered big stars of their generation.
They have done numerous movies and television shows in their more than two decades in the industry.
Barretto starred in hit series "Mula Sa Puso," "Saan Ka Man Naroroon," "Sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan," and "Marina" to name a few.
Santos, on her part, cemented her name in show business with her notable performances in "Esperanza," which ran for more than two years, "Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka," "Basta't Kasama Kita," and "Krystala" among others.
Santos, she will welcome any well-thought project for her and Barretto.
"Claudine is a friend and professional kaming magtrabaho and I think we should give a good movie sa mga tao na sumuporta mula nung bata pa kami, hanggang sa nagdala kami at nagkaroon na ng asawa. Deserve nila na makanoon ng maganda Juday-Claudine movie kung mag materialize man 'yan," Santos said.
Meanwhile, Judy Ann confirmed that she is set to work with Kapamilya Primetime King Coco Martin on the big screen.
Both actors are yet to talk about the project as they are still busy with their respective television stints.
"Matagal na yung project na yun supposedly. Hindi lang natutuloy pa kasi ang daming trabaho niya at ako din sunod sunod pa. Hindi nag swak yung schedule namin ni Coco kaya pending pa rin siya hanggang ngayon.” (Sunnex)