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Ian Veneracion on being partnered with Bea Alonzo again: ‘Of course, malaking possibility’

Actor and singer Ian Veneracion looks forward to doing more acting projects as well as focusing on his singing career this year.

Ian Veneracion on being partnered with Bea Alonzo again: ‘Of course, malaking possibility’-Rhea Manila Santos
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05/28/2022 03:42 PM
Ian Veneracion on being partnered with Bea Alonzo again: ‘Of course, malaking possibility’
Photo credit to @ianveneracion1 and @beaalonzo Instagram

Even after signing up as the newest artist with Ogie Alcasid’s The A Team management agency this year, Ian Veneracion shared that it does not mean that his acting career will now be taking a backseat to singing. The 47-year-old artist said he is also busy on different projects at the moment. 

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“I was in Ilo-Ilo for a month for a series called A Love to Kill. It’s a series for Netflix. Hopefully maganda yung viewership nun so we can do season 2 and season 3 hopefully.


“Action series ito and na-miss ko gumawa ng action. Sobrang action ito, as in better than all the action movies I’ve done in the ‘90s. Because before we were limited by the technology available. We used film before. But now the technology is available so grabe yung freedom to move now. Now we have the freedom to pretty much do anything.

“And yung series na ginawa ko kasama ko sila tito Joel Torre at Andrea Torres. Sa tingin ko this year din ipapalabas yun. Yung mga action scenes namin grabe, iba talaga ito. Yun yung mga action scenes na hindi ko magawa dati. But because nga of technology, yung cameraman puwede ng tumatakbo sa likod mo kasama mo. Pag nasa motor ako, yung camera halos sumampa na sa akin para magawa namin yung mga shots na before hindi kaya. Yung fight instructor namin is from Singapore and we have a group of stuntmen na trained talaga for specific scenes,” he shared. 

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With fans of the 2017 series A Love To Last still hoping to see him and former leading lady Bea Alonzo reunited onscreen again, Ian said that he would look forward to doing a reunion project with his former co-star.

“Of course, malaking possibility now kasi lumalawak yung iba’t ibang platforms. Puwede na gumawa ng certian show or movie na hindi pa alam kung saan ipapalabas. Hindi ba maraming ganun ngayon eh. Kasi marami ng options. Hindi na tali ang mga producers sa isang platform lang kasi sa online pa lang ang daming platforms na. So definitely there is a possibility there,” he said. 

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Unlike network stars, Ian admitted that he prefers to be a free agent and accept projects on an individual basis.

“Kasi ang totoo, my whole career, I’ve never been exclusive with any particular network. Per project lang ako talaga. So for example may pinitch na project and cast and director and storya and character then I do the project. Pero hindi ako nakatali for a certain amount of time. Hindi ganyan. Per project lang talaga ako ever since.

“I’m open to all options naman kasi even now merong mga ventures na. Because the landscape is changing. Ang daming nangyayaring partnerships ngayon with yung mga dating hindi magkakasama. Ngayon nagsasama na,” he added.