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Celebrated Actors Promote Film on 'Showtime,' UAAP MVP Leads Team to Victory

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Celebrated Actors Promote Film on 'Showtime,' UAAP MVP Leads Team to Victory

December 7, 2023 marked a special day for fans of Filipino cinema as celebrated actors Vilma Santos and Christopher de Leon made a surprise appearance on ABS-CBN's popular noontime program, 'It's Showtime.' The duo performed a rendition of the song 'When I Met You,' drawing applause and admiration from the studio audience and viewers at home. This performance was not just another segment of the show, but a part of the promotional activities for their upcoming film, 'When I Met You In Tokyo.'

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Revival of a Classic On-Screen Duo

The film, an entry in the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), marks the on-screen reunion of Vilma Santos and Christopher de Leon after a 14-year hiatus. Their last collaborative project was the highly acclaimed movie 'Mano Po.' Santos described 'When I Met You In Tokyo' as a feel-good movie designed to stir up feelings of happiness, romance, and emotion among the audience. The film is set to premiere nationwide on December 25.

A Unique Filming Experience

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De Leon shared his experience of filming in Japan, emphasizing that the majority of the movie, a staggering 90%, was shot there. According to him, the experience was thoroughly enjoyable. This choice of location adds a unique flavor to the movie, combining the charm of Filipino cinema with the scenic beauty of Japan.

Sporting Highlights

In other news, Kevin Quiambao, the MVP of UAAP Season 86, led De La Salle University to an impressive victory. Despite speculation about his future in Taft Avenue, Quiambao expressed his desire to defend their title in the upcoming Season 87. Meanwhile, the NorthPort Batang Pier defeated Converge in their 2023 PBA Commissioner's Cup game, boosting their tournament record to 4-2. Rookie players including Fran Yu and Cade Flores significantly contributed to this victory, earning praise from their coach.

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