- Liza Soberano, made her Hollywood debut in the horror-comedy "Lisa Frankenstein”
- The film's director Zelda Williams and lead stars Kathryn Newton and Cole Sprouse discussed working with Liza in an interview with Gretchen Fullido of ABS-CBN's "TV Patrol”
- Kathryn and Cole praised Liza's professionalism and preparation, attributing it to her experience with the fast-paced production schedules of Filipino movies and shows
- Director Zelda expressed admiration for Liza's portrayal of the character Taffy, stating that no other actor could have done it as well
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Filipino-American actress Liza Soberano, who is an A-lister in the Philippines, is making her Hollywood debut with the horror-comedy “Lisa Frankenstein.”
To promote the film, the movie’s director Zelda Williams and its lead stars Kathryn Newton and Cole Sprouse talked to Gretchen Fullido of ABS-CBN’s “TV Patrol” about working with Liza Soberano.
According to Kathryn and Cole, Liza seemed to be more professional and prepared for her scenes than the other actors in the movie, theorizing that the quick and hectic production schedules for Filipino movies and shows might have contributed to Liza’s skills. They praised the way Liza was able to convey all of the heavy emotions needed for scenes without needing a lot of prep time. They also commended her for being sweet and kind.
As for Zelda, she loved working with Liza on the film, saying that no other actor could have played the character of Taffy as well as Liza.
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Liza Soberano is a Fil-Am actress, singer, endorser, and model. She has starred in various TV series and movies, which include 'Forevermore,' 'Dolce Amore,' and 'Bagani,' among others. The actress left her home talent center, ABS-CBN’s Star Magic, to pursue a career in Hollywood.
Recently, Liza came out as an absolute stunner as she attended Lisa Frankenstein's premiere in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. She joined the movie's lead stars Kathryn Newton and Cole Sprouse, director Zelda Williams, and screenwriter Diablo Cody at the event. Several videos and photos of Liza attending the premiere night also made the rounds on social media. Numerous netizens then gushed over the Filipino-American actress's look while gracing the red carpet.
In another interview published on the social media channel of Universal Pictures Philippines, admitted that one of her inspirations is international star Dolly de Leon. It was Dolly herself who asked the question about Liza's excitement over her break into Hollywood. She explained that when the trailer of the movie dropped, she felt as though a thorn had been taken off her chest. The actress also said that she is proud that she is part of a community trying to represent the Philippines in the international movie scene.