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Ryza Cenon admits having a hard time taking ‘Georgia’ out of her system

  • Viva Films and IdeaFirst Company proudly bring Mr. & Mrs. Cruz
  • Ryza Cenon on how big her character ‘Georgia’ is

Viva Films and IdeaFirst Company are proud to introduce the box-office ‘Kita Kita’ director, Sigrid Andrea P. Bernardo with two of the most promising artists we have now in the country; JC Santos and Ryza Cenon in the upcoming movie Mr. & Mrs. Cruz.

The story follows the plot of Raffy and Gela, two strangers who went on a vacation in Palawan for ‘soul searching’ but found themselves enjoying each other’s company instead. As the story progresses and as the two spend more time with each other, their unconventional love tale starts to unfold.

Ryza as Georgia

During the PressCon held on January 9, 2018, the 30-year-old actress revealed that the entire time they were filming ‘Mr. & Mrs. Cruz’, she was also shooting for ‘Ika-6 Na Utos’, so she struggled at first adjusting from one character to another.

“Sabay ko po kasi siyang ginagawa, so nahirapan ako kasi malayo siya [pareho] sa personality ko,” the actress said.

When asked, ‘Was it hard to distance herself to the icon that is Georgia?’

“Si Georgia, ang laki niya. Lagi siyang galit, so sobrang hirap po mag-adjust minsan. ‘Pag umuuwi ako, hindi ko na kilala kung sino ako,” the actress laughed.

Mr. & Mrs. Cruz will the cinemas on January 24, 2018, so watch out guys! Watch the trailer below!

Written by Denis Santos

A Journalism student who considers nature as his second home. Likes to travel on a budget, and believes tofu and nuggets come hand in hand.

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