Piolo Pascual highlights his upcoming projects at his Beautéderm endorsement presser - TrueID

Piolo Pascual highlights his upcoming projects at his Beautéderm endorsement presser

LionhearTVSeptember 27, 2022

Kapamilya actor Piolo Pascual highlighted his upcoming projects at the media conference for the Beautéderm with the press, including LionhearTV, on September 22. 

Pascual listed his upcoming movies with Brillante Mendoza and Paul Soriano.

“I still have two movies in the pipeline. I still have two movies/ that I did last year, one with Brillante Mendoza and one with Paul Soriano. And I’m supposed to do something last– the first one is Bangsamoro–Bangsa, the one with Paul Soriano was ‘Real Life Fiction’ with Jasmine Curtis-Smith.”

He then hinted at the follow-up film of Alessandra De Rossi and Empoy Marquez’s Kita-Kita.

“And then I’m doing another film–as a producer, we’ve been acquired by–I don’t know if I’m allowed to say this, but it’s the same platform for the movie with Alessandra and Empoy. After Kita Kita, we have another /movie/ that we did in Paris last year. So it would be shown, hopefully by December, so na-acquire na po siya ng isang streaming platform. ‘Walang Ka-Paris’ po.”

He also revealed his upcoming movie projects for 2023.

“And then, I’m doing three movies, one after another, come January until March. So I’m doing– I was supposed to do one with Irene. [This] is for Bianca Umali na–we’re still working on the script. And then I had one that/ I had just said yes to with Doc Nazareno naman.”

He also discussed a musical play for the Cultural Center of the Philippines and a Netflix series in the works.

“And there’s another one. Hopefully, there’s an– to do a musical show for CCP–[hopefully.]

“I want to– that’s where I started– I’ve always wanted to do a musical play, [just] to check off my bucket list. Hopefully, it happens because I’m busy doing movies, and I’m also doing a series for Netflix in January, and another one for ABS-CBN, hopefully. So patong-patong po ako. Hopefully magawa ko ‘yun.”

Pascual’s most recent projects are the Kapamilya sitcom, My Papa Pi, and the Philippine adaptation of the South-Korean series Flower of Evil, under a partnership between ABS-CBN and Viu.

Now, he renewed his commitment to one of the leading beauty brands in the country, Beautéderm.

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