“I’m Drunk, I Love You” Mall Show at Robinsons Galleria Cebu

Fans of Maja Salvador and Paulo Avelino are all excited for the big surprise with the pairing of these two caliber actors for their upcoming film “I’m Drunk, I Love You.” Followers from Cebu will get a chance to glimpse the comeback of Salvador and Avelino reuniting in a movie with an unlikely love story.

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Maja Salvador and Paulo Avelino for the movie, “I’m Drunk, I Love You”

“I’m Drunk, I Love You” Mall Show at Robinsons Galleria Cebu

The cast of “I’m Drunk, I Love You” will be having a mall show on February 4, 2017, 4 PM, at the Robinsons Galleria Cebu. There will be music performances by Shirebound and Busking, one of the featured artists in the movie.

Actors Maja Salvador, Paulo Avelino, and co-star Dominic Roco will be at the mall show event to meet and greet their fans in Cebu.

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Directed by JP Habac in his feature-length directorial debut with a screenplay co-written with Giancarlo Abrahan, “I’m Drunk, I Love You” explores the story of two best friends in college who go on one last road trip where they settle how they really feel for each other. But unlike most romantic comedies, this is not your typical love story.

The movie will be opening on February 15, 2017, an ideal movie for a post-Valentine’s date.

“I’m Drunk, I Love You” is produced by Tuko Film Productions, Buchi Boy Entertainment, Artikulo Uno Productions (TBA), the same team behind the critically acclaimed film “Heneral Luna”.

For more details about this movie, join the Official “I’m Drunk, I Love You” Facebook Page. You can also follow Twitter and Instagram for more scoops.

About “I’m Drunk, I Love You”

Days before graduation, two college best friends go on one last road trip where they settle how they really feel for each other. But to put it upfront, this is not that kind of a love story.

Starring Paulo Avelino, Maja Salvador, Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Dominic Roco, Irma Adlawan, and Jim Paredes
Directed by JP Habac
Written by JP Habac and Giancarlo Abrahan
Producers: Paulo Avelino, Armi Rae Cacanindin and Daphne O. Chiu
Executive Producers: Ting Nebrida, Fernando M. Ortigas and E. A. Rocha

  • Maurice Jitty Villaester

    It was the first time this two artists are paired. i hope that they have some chemistry on-screen. What happens man gud karon kay pugos kaayo ang appeal. Mawala na nuon ang kilig factor. 🙁

  • This sounds like a fun film! I hope it clicks because it’s very relatable.

  • Jullian Robin Sibi

    I really like the premise of this movie. This really reflects the state of how people talk about their feelings these days. I wanna watch this!

  • The title is relatable. Lol this is how modern folks express their love. Hahaha

  • I’ve heard this is released the same day as Star Cinema’s My Ex and Whys. Between the two, this seems to have more depth compared to the other one. But that’s just me. Haven’t checked the other one as well, so I could be wrong hahaha

  • Rome told me a little information about the movie, now I’m interested!

  • Channel Imperial

    Was it a good movie Kuya Flip? I sure hope so. Haven’t seen it pa kasi.

  • It’s really a cute love story that happens often. Sayang I was not able to make it sa press con. I would love to watch this.

  • Ramzy Magbitang

    It seems like a great flick! Hope to be able to see it really soon! 🙂

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