John Lloyd Cruz is excited about working on a groundbreaking film with Star Cinema next year.
As early as now, John Lloyd Cruz can'rsquo;t help but feel excited with the projects that ABS-CBN has in store for him in 2011. One of which is a groundbreaking movie project that he has had his eye on for quite some time already. "Ngayong December kasi yung time of the year kung saan nagplaplano ko, nag-uusap-usap kami ng management kung anong dapat gawin next year. Siguro tapusin ko muna yung Imortal. Pero sana may isang project na pinag-uusapan na ng director at Star Cinema. Ayoko muna banggitin kung ano. It'rsquo;s going to be something really different, talagang out of the box."
There are talks that John Lloyd wants to do an offbeat role that would further showcase his dramatic prowess on screen. Whether it involves a new love team or not remains to be seen. "Definitely hindi ko pa nagagawa ito. Ito yung project na kapag hindi ko nakuha at hindi ko nagawa, bibitbitin ko yun. Hindi siya dream role e. Kasi ang sa akin naman wala akong dream role. Gusto ko lang makapag-portray ng as many characters as possible. Mahirap ipaliwanag kasi mag-uusap pa lang yung management. So ayoko ma-jinx, ayoko pangunahan. At 'lsquo;pag natuloy yun sasabihin ko agad sa inyo."
When asked about his much-anticipated movie with the Kanto Boys (Vhong Navarro, Luis Manzano, and Billy Crawford), John Lloyd explained that they have to be visible on ASAP again for it to push through. "Ang alam ko tuloy yun, pero kung kailan 'lsquo;di ko alam kasi medyo matagal na kaming napapahinga lalo na sa ASAP. Bubuhayin muna namin yung career namin as a group kasi matagal na kaming 'lsquo;di nakikitang magkakasama e. Talagang ganun 'lsquo;pag apat kayong may kanya-kanyang ginagawa, mahirap. Pero totoo yun naging threat talaga ang Kanto Boys sa ibang male group kaya medyo 'lsquo;di kami binibigyan ng airtime ngayon," he added with a laugh.