In a 10-minute video posted on Dreamscape’s Facebook page on Wednesday, June 30, the cast and directors of the series share how excited they are for this project. The clip opens with Janine and Paulo, dressed as bride and groom, talking about marriage.
Janine said, “Kapag sinabi mo kasing marriage, parang it’s so forever na talaga. Siyempre, sobrang papahalagahan mo iyan. Kailangan siguradong-sigurado ka. Exciting din siyang isipin para sa akin.” (When you talk about marriage, it always means forever. You’ll be sure to really treasure it. You have to be sure of it. It’s an exciting thought for me.)
Paulo added, “Parang bond mo na iyan na sigurado ka nang makakasama mo itong taong ito hanggang pagtanda mo.” (It’s a bond that shows you really want to spend the rest of your life with that person.)
Other cast members like Cherry Pie Picache, Vina Morales, Sunshine Dizon, Edu Manzano, and Teresa Loyzaga also opened up about being part of Marry Me, Marry You.
“It’s something new, something hip, a lot of people can relate to it. Ang ganda noong storyline (The story is so good),” Cherry Pie promised fans.
As a new Kapamilya, Sunshine shared how delighted she was to work with veteran actors for her first project on ABS-CBN. “Nakaka-excite din naman talaga ‘yung line up (The line up is exciting). Ms. Cherry Pie, Ate Vina, and the rest. And it’s also sort of a reunion project for me and Janine,” she said.
Teresa also guaranteed viewers that the powerhouse cast will deliver a good show. “It’s going to be a hell of a show because of the people included in the show. What a production. This is a cast na parang hindi ganoon kadali to put them together. (This is a cast that did not appear easy to put together).”
Lead star Janine also expressed her excitement for the project. Marry Me, Marry You marks her first teleserye under ABS-CBN since she transferred to the network last January 2021.
“First time ko din talaga makakatrabaho karamihan sa kanila. Ang saya-saya sa set. And of course, working with Dreamscape na talagang hinahangaan ko ‘yung teleserye nila dati pa,” Janine said.
(It’s my first time to work with most of them. We have so much fun on the set. And of course, working with Dreamscape [is exciting], especially since I’ve been a fan of their past works.)
Directors Dwein Baltazar and Jojo Saguin also shared their vision for Marry Me, Marry You.
“I wanted something na the audience can come home to, bukod sa relate to, kapag pagod sila or nade-drain na sila sa life. Kapag pinanood nila ‘yung show, may comfort silang mararamdaman dito, parang mini-sanctuary na pwede nilang maging takas,” director Dwein said.
(I wanted something that the audience can come home to, not just relate to, if they’re tired or drained. If they watch the show, they’ll feel comforted. It will serve as an escape for them.)
Director Jojo added, “Hindi siya typical teleserye na marugdog. As much as possible, our goal is to be light pero nakakapag-paiyak ng tao. Hindi ‘yung may wailing, matataas ang boses na may sigawan. Dito ita-try natin na ibahin although kahit siya light, may kurot sa puso.”
(It’s not like a typical teleserye. As much as possible, our goal is to be light but can still tug at the viewers’ heartstrings. It’s not going to be too dramatic, with wailing or screaming. Here, we will try to make it different. We will try to make this light but still emotional.)
Marry Me, Marry You also features Lito Pimentel, Jett Pangan, Joko Diaz, Jake Ejercito, Adrian Lindayag, Iana Aquino, Analain Salvador, and Keann Johnson.
Dreamscape Entertainment has yet to announce a release date for the show. – Rappler.com