Here’s the official trailer of 10,000 Hours, a Metro Manila Film Festival 2013 entry under the direction of Bb. Joyce Bernal Starring Michael de Mesa, Pen Medina, Joem Bascon, Mylene Dizon, Carla Humphries, Alden Richards and of course, Bela Padilla!
Showing on cinemas nationwide starting December 25.
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Bela Padilla is set to star in the Singaporean action-drama series ‘Point of Entry’. She will play the role of the Filipina love interest of Jack Yang, who appeared on Grey’s Anatomy and Law & Order. Congrats Bela!