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‘Hello Stranger’ is getting a movie sequel


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‘Hello Stranger’ is getting a movie sequel
The Tony Labrusca and JC Alcantara series is coming to the big screen soon

Boys Love (BL) series Hello Stranger isn’t ending just yet. A movie sequel based off the series has gotten the go signal.

This was announced on Sunday, August 16 during an online conference led by its stars Tony Labrusca and JC Alcantara.

Black Sheep, the production company behind the series also confirmed that a movie is in the works. “Not a Zoom movie guys, but an actual live movie!” the company tweeted.

The show’s director Petersen Vargas also confirmed the news on Twitter and thanked fans for their support.

Hello Stranger will have a movie sequel. #HelloStrangerFancon Dahil ito sa inyong lahat. MAHAL KO KAYO.”  (This all because of you. I love you all.)

No other details have been announced just yet. The final episode for the series is scheduled to air on August 19.

Hello Stranger first premiered late June. The story revolves around Xavier and Mico, classmates who are forced to work together for a school project. The two forge a relationship and inch closer and closer to being more than friends.

Hello Stranger also stars Gillian Vicencio, Vivoree Esclito, Patrick Quiroz, and Migs Almendras. – Rappler.com

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