Octo Arts Films presents MY HOUSE HUSBAND:IKAW NA! casts to the bloggers in a grand bloggers conference held at Guily’s in Tomas Morato, Q.C. last Saturday December 17, 2011.
Thank you so much Melai for the invitation!
The mood was light. The bloggers certainly love the humor of the whole cast. We had fun asking questions to the cast members. I had a good laugh with Eugene Domingo’s answers. We were laughing all throughout the conference. I also find Ryan Agoncillo, Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo, Ellen Adarna and Roco Nasino very witty.
Q: Ryan would you accept a gay role?
She said she’ll be riding on the Shake, Rattle and Roll float ‘coz they lack artista there. She asked for Juday ans Ryan’s permission. Judy Ann said wala naman siyang magagawa. Ryan said that as long as they’re all in it together regardless of the float, what is important is that the people would be there to see them.
Ryan: Rod’s encounter with the soccer moms
Judy Ann : All my scenes with Eugene.
They were also asked to give advise to showbiz couples
Ryan: When things gets rough, go back to the reason why you became friends Judy Ann: Honesty is the best policy! It’s important too that you can laugh at your mistakes.
Would you accept a 3rd party role?
Judy Ann: Yes as long as it’s with Richard Gomez. Because idol ko sila Richard and Lucy Torres-Gomez.
What is the difference between a presscon with bloggers and reporters?
Judy Ann: Mas nakakakaba ang mga bloggers. At nakaka-tense dahil seryoso sila at alam mong gusto nila ng diretsong sagot sa mga tanong!
It’s amazing how bloggers were praised by the stars and the reporters.They have a very high regard to bloggers.
More and more men are now becoming more involved in their children’s lives, and because of that many men now have a better understanding of what life is like for their child growing up in the current times.
Because fathers are immersed in their children’s lives, many of the so-called “manly” things men do are pushed aside for their children.
This allows children, especially male children, to grow up without a misogynistic outlook on life given to them by their fathers.
These children are more compassionate because they have learned compassion and caring from their father.
“My Househusband: Ikaw Na” opens on Christmas Day.