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Sarah Geronimo, James Reid star in new movie

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Yes, this time, actor James Reid will have singer-actress Sarah Geronimo as co-star in a movie.


The movie, which has no title yet, is a Filipino adaptation of the film “Miss Granny” and will be megged by Joyce Bernal.


“Miss Granny” is a hit South Korean movie in 2014 which featured Shim Eun-Kyun.


Cameras have started rolling for the upcoming movie of Sarah and James, according to their mother studio ABS-CBN and confirmed on Instagram by Neil Arce.


This as James and reel and real life partner Nadine Lustre are on the finishing touches of their new movie together entitled “Never Not Love You.”


The James-Nadine (JaDine) starrer is directed by Antoinette Jadaone.


According to producers, early stills from the love team's upcoming movie “Never Not Love You" have been released for review.


It was gathered that the movie is all about “reckless love.”


This love apparently starts at a tattoo parlor where James and Nadine’s characters met for the first time. 


Reports have it that the two had their wrists inked with the words "ikaw at ako" and "you and me" for the movie. 


Nadine, it was learned from an ABS-CBN report, plays a simple girl from the province who quickly becomes the apple of James's character, a bad boy, "lone wolf" type who works as a graphic designer. 


Meanwhile, Sarah reportedly has started filming the Filipino adaptation of the movie “Miss Granny” under the direction of Joyce Bernal.


James confirmed last October that he and Sarah were to co-star in the Filipino remake of  "Miss Granny."


Last July, Sarah starred in the Star Cinema movie "Finally Found Someone" with actor John Lloyd Cruz.


James Reid’s last movie was “This Time” with his real-life girlfriend, Nadine Lustre. He is also set to portray “Pedro Penduko” in an upcoming film.

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