‘Talk Back and You’re Dead’ trailer becomes a hit with netizens

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Thursday, August 7, 2014

THE trailer of "Talk Back and You're Dead" (TBYD) movie directed by Andoy Ranay was viewed 108,694 times and became viral on social networking sites, less than 24 hours after it was posted on video-sharing website, YouTube

"Talk Back and You're Dead" was a Wattpad story originally written by Alesana Marie (which then became a best-selling book) and would be soon watched in cinemas nationwide.

The casts of the blockbuster hit "Diary ng Panget" James Reid and Nadine Luistre would once again impress the viewers after being chosen by Viva Films to portray the major roles in TBYD.


Reid would play the character of Timothy Odelle Pendleton or Tom aka "The Bad Boy" while Luistre would take the role of "The Perfect Girl" Samantha Perez or Sam.

Netizens were thrilled after watching the two-minute trailer of the movie.

A post said that the movie was exactly the same as she imagined when she read the book.

A fan was also moved as the movie caught her attention and found it exciting.

One of the fans said that she could not contain her emotions after watching the trailer.

"I can't still get over with the teaser of Talk Back You're Dead," a Twitter user said.

While some were entertained in the trailer, some were not pleased by the casts' performances, saying they were just "trying hard" to fit in the characters.

The teaser scene got 2,793 likes and 320 dislikes in YouTube. More than 700 netizens commented on the online teaser of the movie.

"Talk Back and You're Dead" will open in cinemas on August 20. (Sunnex)


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