ABS-CBN Films back in production, bares lineup of coming projects, led by the John Lloyd-Bea reunion movie

 

We support the reopening of cinemas nationwide. It’s just that for now, we need to find other ways to still be of service to our audience,” declared filmmaker Olivia Lamasan, who admitted that ABS-CBN Films has suffered great losses with its movie releases at the start of 2020 and then, later, with the work stoppage due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The theater revenues of ‘Block Z’ got affected by the eruption of Taal Volcano during its release in January. ‘Motel Acacia,’ one of our international coproductions, also suffered when news of COVID-19 broke in February. We got shocked, just like the rest of the world,” said Lamasan, who is also ABS-CBN Films managing director. …

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