Singer-actress Sarah Geronimo thanked those who supported her movie “It Takes A Man And A Woman” with John Lloyd Cruz, which earned P32.6 million on its first day.
“Muli po maraming, maraming salamat sa inyong pagsubaybay sa love story nila Miggy at Laida! Maraming salamat para sa inyong nag-uumapaw na suporta at pagmamahal sa dalawang characters na ito..ganon din sa buong cast,” Geronimo said.
She also thanked the production team behind the movie, which was directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.
“On behalf of the entire production team, sa Star Cinema at Viva Films, sa director namin direk Cathy Garcia-Molina… Kay Ate Carmi Raymundo, our scriptwriter at lalo na po sa buong staff and crew, MARAMING MARAMING SALAMAT PO! To GOD be the glory! We thank you Lord for giving us unconditional love. 😉 Happy Easter everyone!,” she added.
“It Takes A Man And A Woman” is the final installment in the romantic-comedy trilogy starring John Cruz and Geronimo after “A Very Special Love” and “You Changed My Life.”
In the third and final movie, Miggy (Cruz) and Laida (Geronimo) try co-exist in the same company after breaking up over a character portrayed by actress Isabelle Daza.
Now with more experience and a “fiercer” attitude after spending years in the United States, the returning Laida even challenges Miggy, her former employer, in his business decisions.
The set-up later proves challenging for the former couple to withstand, making it difficult for them to finally come up with a “happy ending.”
With the first two movies among the highest grossing local films of all time, “It Takes a Man and a Woman” is expected to replicate the success of the first two films. “A Very Special Love,” released in 2008, made P179.3 million, while “You Changed My Life,” released in 2009, earned P225.2 million during its theatrical run. (MNS)