Joined by the other director Will Fredo and writers Henry Quitaim and BJ Lingan, the short but sweet blog conference (blogcon) gave invited bloggers a chance to know more about the conceptualization of the story and some trivial tidbits about the casts and crew.
Carlos, Mia and Gael of Bridges of Love
Bridges of Love is a story of two brothers tested by time and circumstances that set them apart. With Jericho Rosales playing Gabriel “Gael” Nakpil, the older brother of Paulo Avelino who plays Carlos Antonio, the two will be joined by Maja Salvador who plays Mia Sandoval, Carmina Villaroel-Legaspi as Alexa Meyers, Edu Manzano as the doting father of Carlos, Lorenzo Antonio, and Anotinette Taus, who’s character is still a surprise.
Also starring in this show are Lito Pimentel, William Lorenzo, Maureen Mauricio, Malou de Guzman, John Manalo, Joross Gamboa, Janus del Prado, Justin Cuyugan, Jopay Paguia, Maxine Eigennmann, Nikka Valencia, Manuel Chua with the special participation of Bugoy Cariño as the young Gael Nakpil, Jairus Aquino as the teenage Gael Nakpil, Izzy Canillo as young Carlos Antonio and Grae Fernandez as the teenage Carlos Antonio.
Desiree del Valle, Jason Abalos, Baron Geisler, Matt Evans, Janice Jurado and Encar Benedicto will also add some interesting texture to the show that we should watch out for.
The show which is set to air tonight after Forevermore, will give a whole new meaning to story-telling on television as in set to exceed boundaries both on casts and crew’s side, said Director Will Fred.
If there’s one thing we should see on this new teleserye, I personally think, that would the rapport that will be built between these favorite Kapamilya stars with the new-comer Miss Atoinette Taus. I’m so excited to see her on Kapamilya show!