I felt that her acting has more depth now,” the director pointed out.For her part, Sarah said that while personal experiences indeed helped improve her performance as an actress, she believed that “a portrayal will be seen as honest and real if an actor inhabits and fully embraces her character.The two prized Kapamilya talents worked together for the first time in 2006, when they portrayed co-workers-turned-couple in an episode of the drama anthology "Maalaala Mo Kaya" titled "Kwintas." The actress related that she was already a fan of Cruz then, having watched his TV series "Maging Sino Ka Man." "Medyo surreal pa sa akin noon [na makatambal siya]," she said.
This was followed by the equally successful “You Changed My Life” in 2009.Like Laida, who was a giddy fan of Miggy before they became a couple, Geronimo had already admired Cruz for his acting before their first team-up on the small screen.In an interview on "Showbiz Inside Report" aired Saturday, the 29-year-old actor said he and his onscreen partner had difficulty working together again, as they started filming "It Takes a Man and a Woman" some time last year. The Star Cinema and Viva Films co-production, which hits theaters nationwide on March 30, is the final installment in the series of films chronicling the love story of Miggy (Cruz) and Laida (Geronimo). Si direk (Cathy Garcia-Molina), kinausap pa kami para magkaintindihan," he said.At the time, Geronimo admitted she had already developed feelings for the actor, having formed a close relationship with him when they were filming their first movie "A Very Special Love" in 2008. Interesting 'yung part two," Cruz said, laughing, when asked how his relationship with Geronimo developed, transitioning from their first movie together to "You Changed My Life." Geronimo explained: "Kasi nung part two, siyempre may feelings na kailangan pigilan dahil siyempre bilang respeto sa mga...
may mga sacrifices sa part ko." "Kailangan ko pong umiwas dahil siyempre he was in a relationship at that time," she said.
In trying to explain the special connection she has had with John Lloyd through the years, Sarah said: “It’s not just chemistry, it’s a gift. With it, we are able to make many people happy.” In “Finally Found Someone,” April Esguerra (a sincere and idealistic woman whose belief in the power of true love is unwavering) meets Raffy Sandoval (a PR hotshot who masterfully crafts lies for a living).
Director Theodore Boborol observed that Sarah was able to effectively express in the film the happiness she’s now experiencing, particularly in her love life. Since she and John Lloyd made their last film four years ago, Sarah had already been through enough life experiences that made it easy for her to shoot the scenes in this movie that required her to confront her emotions.
For actor John Lloyd Cruz, timing was what kept him from getting involved in a real-life relationship with onscreen partner Sarah Geronimo. This was followed by the equally successful “You Changed My Life” in 2009.
“Timing has always been an issue,” declared John Lloyd, implying that one of them would be dating someone else when the other was single. Their most recent, “It Takes a Man and a Woman,” was released in 2013.
For actor John Lloyd Cruz, timing was what kept him from getting involved in a real-life relationship with onscreen partner Sarah Geronimo.“Timing has always been an issue,” declared John Lloyd, implying that one of them would be dating someone else when the other was single.