Marvin Agustin hopes in that after 'Ang Tanging Ina Mo, Last Na 'To,' he will again be allowed to do a movie with Star Cinema.
Marvin Agustin considers it a big achievement that he was allowed by his bosses at the rival network to do a movie with Star Cinema. He reprised his role as the eldest of the twelve children of Ai-Ai de las Alas in Ang Tanging Ina Mo, Last Na 'lsquo;To, the film franchise that began in 2003, when Marvin was still with ABS-CBN.
He further shared how he was touched upon seeing the audience'rsquo;s reaction while watching the movie. "Nakakatuwang nakakaiyak siya. Kapag pinapanood mo 'lsquo;yung pelikula mararamdaman mo talaga na parang totoong totoo 'lsquo;yung mga eksena. 'lsquo;Yung mga biruan, pati mga away at iyakan. Definitely mararamdaman ng mga manonood 'lsquo;yung kapag pumasok sila sa sinehan."
Marvin said he had a great time doing the third and final installment of Tanging Ina because he was given the chance to bond again with the co-stars he missed very much. He said that if ever Star Cinema would offer him a role in one of their future productions, he would not hesitate to ask the permission of his bosses once again.
For now, Marvin has his commitments with his home network. He will also be going to France to represent his movie The Red Shoes, where he stars opposite Nikki Gil, in a film festival. "I'rsquo;ll be traveling sa France kasi kasali 'lsquo;yung The Red Shoes and meron pang isang international film festival na kasama 'lsquo;yung Sigwa."
Last November, Marvin went to Belgium when he was invited to be one of the judges at the Brussels International Film Festival. "Nag-judge ako sa Brussels International Film Festival. It was a great experience. Mas lumawak 'lsquo;yung mundo para sa pelikula natin. I was very happy kasi nanalo ang Philippines. Best Picture ang Donor and Best Actress naman for that film si Meryll Soriano."