With Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz’s much-awaited reunion project in the works, here are some of the love team’s kilig moments from their previous movies.
Almost four years after their last movie together, ABS-CBN stars Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz are confirmed to be heading back to the big screen.
On Thursday, January 12, a story conference was held for their upcoming reunion movie with the working title, Dear Future Husband. It will be directed by Theodore Boborol who helmed shows like Be Careful with My Heart and Be My Lady, as well as the teen romance flick Vince and Kath and James.
Many people have long been waiting for this project to happen as Sarah and John Lloyd’s iconic roles as Laida Magtalas and Miggy Montenegro in A Very Special Love, You Changed My Life, and It Takes a Man and a Woman became very successful.
To help AshLloyd fans relive the exceitement before the much-awaited reunion project, PUSH.com.ph lists down some of the love team’s kilig moments from their previous movies.
A Very Special Love began when fresh graduate Laida Magtalas (Sarah Geronimo) landed her dream job as the editorial assistant of her biggest crush, magazine editor Miggy Montenegro. But although she and the team were hardworking, cold-hearted Miggy did not seem to take notice of their efforts. Until one day, Miggy surprised them by attending the christening of one of his employee’s kids. That night, the big boss joined the fun by singing “Kailan” while looking at Laida.
Realizing Laida’s worth in the end, Miggy decided to pursue her.
In the second installment, You Changed My Life, Miggy got jealous over Laida’s old friend played by actor Rayver Cruz, hence, this popular line.
As with the first movie, Miggy and Laida also encountered problems in their relationship in the second installment that they broke up. But still, they managed to get back together again.
A lot has changed in the third movie, It Takes A Man and A Woman. Coming from a broken heart, balikbayan Laida returned bolder and braver as she was asked to help Miggy’s struggling magazine company. Miggy, with a new girlfriend, has to put down his pride and welcome her ideas.
Aside from the wedding, Miggy’s airport proposal was one of the most memorable scenes from the film.