"My Big Bossing" expected to be the big one among 2014 MMFF entries

Watching any local mainstream films in the cinema is not my thing to be honest.
But when it comes to any Enteng kabisote's films, that i must watch.
Who could forget the story of the favorite "Tagalupa" who fell in love with a fairy?
I faithfully watched each episode when I was still a fetus. Hah!
When you grew up in the 80's-90's ,you know that all Vic Sotto's movies showed emphasis on family values that makes it work for the viewers over the years.

As the Christmas season draws near, the movie battle for the 40th Metro Manila Film Festival shall begin concurrently.

One of the biggest-budget entry in this year's MMFF race is Vic Sotto's My Big Bossing that will boast collaboration three of the country’s biggest film production outfits: Octoarts Films, M-Zet TV Production and APT Entertainment.
“My Big Bossing” consists of three episodes directed by the country’s biggest directors :Tony Y. Reyes, Marlon N. Rivera and Bb. Joyce Bernal.
It features a star-studded cast led by the indomitable Bossing Vic Sotto, MMFF’s all-time box-office king and wonder child superstar Ryzza Mae Dizon in all three episodes which are the "Sirena", "Taktak" and "Prinsesa".

Everyone had a chance to interview some of the cast during the "My Big Bossing" Blogcon night.
Present were the big bossing himself Vic Sotto along with the bubbly Ryzza mae Dizon, the young heartthrob Alonzo Mulach and the director Marlon Rivera.

Having a cheery disposition and sense of humor, Ryzza comically responded to each question in full detail. Except maybe the "Bimby" question, which she insisted profusely that her private life remains private.

When being asked about receiving an award..
"Nakakahiya naman po ( laughs ), bossing , thank you ha , naiiyak po ako. Pakiss nga bossing!
Alam niyo po , hindi naman po ako nageexpect ng madaming awards. 
Ang mahalaga po ngayon ay magenjoy po kayo sa pelikula."

The most challenging role for Ryzza Mae was..well, all of them actually.
The mermaid role was a bit challenging for her because of underwater scenes.
In "Taktak" episode on the other hand was difficult for her because of the fear of ghosts.
For the last episode, it was hard to pretend to be a princess if you're not a real one.

From bossing to Ryzza mae:
"Aminin ko mahirap, very challenging ang pag gawa ng 3 episodes sa isang movie na katulad nito. Lalo na kasama ang mga kids, iba't iba ang mga moods nila. 
Ryzza needed to undergo scuba diving lessons for her mermaid scenes. Swimming techniques. Overall it was very, very challenging for her and i'm proud to say that she was able to deliver. 
Hindi basta basta ang lahat. Magaling."

The decision to let Alonzo Mulach join the casting rested on the hands of Vic Sotto.
They needed a prince.
Vic asked Nino Mulach if he can see Alonzo personally-- if he is suitable for the role of a prince for the third episode. Alonzo is very charismatic and talented.
"My Big Bossing" is bigger and grander in scope this year because they are presenting three different stories in one film and each story was filmed independently of each other given that three different directors helmed each episode.
No expense was spared in the overall production – costumes, design, special effects - particularly in the fantastical final episode.
They want to give the audience satisfying entertainment value.
Making the film enjoyable to the viewers is their top priority.

"When we make films, we always put into consideration what kids would feel about it.
We make sure it's for all-ages. 
It should be fun , entertaining and heartwarming.
we need that. especially this holiday season." - Vic Sotto

“My Big Bossing” will be in theaters starting Christmas Day, Dec. 25

December 22 is the premier night to be held in Sm Megamall
December 23 is the parade of stars
December 27 is the most-awaited awards night

See you at the movies!

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