- Actor Piolo Pascual disclosed his brave opinion regarding the resignation of his director in Marawi film
- He said there was indeed a creative difference that made Sheron Dayoc resign
- Piolo expressed that they have to focus on the film instead of the resignation issue
Kapamilya actor Piolo Pascual bravely explained his side on the issue of resignation of his and Robin Padilla’s director in the upcoming Marawi film.
KAMI learned that Sheron Dayoc, an award-winning director from Mindanao, already resigned from his part in the much-anticipated movie.
The reason that the said director disclosed to public was connected to differences in perspectives between him and the producers of the project.
Lead actor and producer Piolo, on the other hand, revealed that it was indeed creative differences that made Sheron decide to already resign from the film.
The promising actor also said that despite the shocking issue, they just have to focus on the project and think of the better ways to come up with a creative and informative output.
"We've known it. There were creative differences. It's sad of course. But what can we do? We cannot focus on that. We have to focus on the film," he quipped.
“So even if our director is not with the group anymore, we never stopped. Actually in October we are shooting already,” he added.
Although the resignation of its primary director was a factor, Piolo expressed that they have to put more attention to problems in script, the location, and other necessary things before the taping.
He even pointed out that Joyce Bernal will be taking over as the director of the movie and they still plan to get someone from Mindanao to help in the filmmaking.
“Schedules, script and all, logistics. We were not allowed to shoot for a month because there were still IEDs that were undiscovered… we were advised by the AFP not to shoot. So, we had to wait,” the actor said.
“Direk Joyce Bernal is taking over. We might get another director because it is a daunting task to shoot in Marawi so she might share a directorial job with somebody else,” he added.
In a previous article by KAMI, Sheron’s sentiments regarding the directorial job for the much-awaited film were reported.
Piolo, or Piolo Jose Nonato Pascual in real life, was born on January 12, 1977. He is a Filipino film and television actor, singer, model, and producer who already starred in several films including Don't Give Up on Us, Every Breath U Take, and Etiquette for Mistresses.
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