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Three times the fun for My Big Bossing.

The Cast of My Big Bossing (LtoR) Nino & Alonzo Muhlach, Direk Marlon Rivera, Ryza Mae Dizon & Bossing Vic Sotto
Vic Sotto, the helm King of the yearly Metro Manila Film Festival gamble this time in presenting a new type of film but with same genre that surely audiences of all ages will love more, it’s his entry “My Big Bossing” that will present not one but three stories varies from fantasy to comedy, to drama and horror and classic reliving of King and Queen to castles fairytale type of story.
Sotto admit during the Blog Conference last December 3, at Guilly’s Bar in Quezon City, that three of the story is pitch in idea by his latest charmer, the wonder kid TV Host Ryza Mae Dizon who also playing in different characters in the trilogy movie in one, as a mermaid, a ghost haunted kid and as a Princess.

Shoot in almost 35 days mostly in locations in Tanay, Rizal, My Big Bossing surpass the budget of  Sotto’s previous flicks such as Enteng Kabisote and even his last year’s My Little Bossing, this is due to style of making three movies in one film that makes three times the budget. But Sotto is not worried about it, it’s not the budget that counts but the movie itself that he guarantee is full of values that kids of today can learn so much.

Aling Maliit and Bossing Vic.

Joining Sotto in this year’s filmfest is GMA’s Primetime Queen Marian Rivera for the episode Taktak directed by Marlon Rivera, Nikki Gil for the Prinsesa under the direction of Bb.Joyce Bernal, and her real life sweetheart Pauleen Luna for the Sirena episode by Director Tony Y. Reyes.  But Bossing Vic insist that Luna is just doing a guest role yet a very challenging one as a old lady who grant wishes, her prosthetic and make up takes 2 hour to prepare before the take.  Jose Manalo, Manilyn Reynes is also starring , former child wonder Nino Muhlach and his clone son Alonzo Muhlach is introducing in this movie.

Bossing admits that he enjoy so much doing the Sirena episode since majority of it they are in water, it’s like a bonding for him and other cast like Aling Maliit (Ryza) that they don’t think anymore of shooting rather its playtime.

Direk Marlon said that one thing moviegoers should look for My Big Bossing is Ryza’s transformation, he is in praise of Dizon’s acting prowess in this movie, and her timing and her skills in acting is really honed especially in his episode in Taktak, a semi comedy horror.

My Big Bossing is presented by M-Zet Films, APT and Octo-Arts Films, an official entry for Metro Manila Film Festival 2014 that will open December 25 (Christmas Day) in theaters nationwide in the Philippines.

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