For director Antoinette Jadaone, she would rather wait for the pandemic to be over than revise the original concept for The Soulmate Project to fit the current filming restrictions.
“The Soulmate Project is set not in a pandemic. It’s not meant to be shot during the pandemic na 70 people lang ‘yung pwede sa set," she said in an interview with ABS-CBN News.
She added, “Ayoko siyang i-revise, i-scale down just to fit the safety protocols. Feeling ko magiging iba ‘yung kalalabasan ‘pag ipilit natin sa ganoon."
The director shared that she is still currently waiting for the advice of Dreamscape Entertainment with regards to the plan for the 13-part series.
"They’re the ones in charge of the production. Hinihintay ko lang ‘yung go signal nila,” she said.
The series was part of the omnibus trailer released by Dreamscape as one of its offerings for 2021.
The Soulmate Project will star James Reid and MOMOLAND member Nancy McDonie. Both stars have already undergone workshops and immersion but production of the series was halted in February last year because of the pandemic.
The series is planned to be shot in the Philippines and South Korea.