It will be shown on Sunday’s Best, after “Gandang Gabi Vice.” The film follows the journey of Shone (Mario), a campus heartthrob who became the first and greatest love of an ordinary school girl.
Aside from the re-run of “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” Mario is set to give his fans a bigger treat with the nationwide release of his highly anticipated first Filipino-Thai film from Star Cinema, “Suddenly It’s Magic,” where he is co-starred with Kapamilya actress Erich Gonzales. Under the direction of Rory B. Quintos, “Suddenly It’s Magic” is feel-good new-age fairytale of a Thai superstar named Marcus (Mario) and a romantically jaded Filipina baker Joey (Erich), who are both bound to spark ‘magic’ in each other’s lives.
Don’t miss the re-run of “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” this Sunday (October 14) on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best, after “Gandang Gabi Vice.” Also watch out for the nationwide release of “Suddenly It’s Magic” on October 31. For more updates about “Suddenly It’s Magic,” simply visit www.StarCinema.com.ph, http://facebook.com/StarCinema and http://twitter.com/StarCinema.