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John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo do live script reading.

JOHN LLOYD CRUZ – The video of the live script reading of timeless love team of John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo goes viral online.

To celebrate Valentines Day, iconic love team John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo gave us a treat during one of the events of Art Fair Philippines 2020 as they did a live script reading of the hit film “That Thing Called Tadhana“. It was held on February 14, at Tower One on Ayala Avenue, Makati City. This event is part of 10 Days of Art, a public art campaign.

Watch a clip of their live script reading below:

As per those who misses the actor act on screen, here are some of their reactions:

Swak na swak sa kanila ang script. Napanood ko sa igs ni Bea sobrang nakakatawa ang lines and nakakakilig

Real and reel. These 2 makes a powerful couple. On and off camera. Till they have children. Sana ma fall in love sila. Bagay.

OMG kinikilig ako! No matter what people say JLC is JLC. At iba ang chemistry nila ni Bea. Sana magkaproject sila ulit dahil di sila nakakaumay.

“That Thing Called Tadhana” is a 2014 Filipino romantic comedy film directed by Antoinette Jadaone starring Angelica Panganiban and JM De Guzman. This film is about Mace and Anthony who met in airport in Rome and when they have arrived in the Philippines, they have decided to go to places.

Mace tries to forget and move on from a failed relationship while Anthony recalls his own disappointments, failures and struggles. And in the long process of fixing themselves, they have developed something about each other as they also get to know each other better.

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