Which projects are you excited about Any suggestions for casting combinations (not necessarily loveteams, but different generations of stars in one film)
Philippine Daily Inquirer
Over at rival GMA Films, only one figure is prominent: Claudine Barretto, whom the network signed on after the actress’ 16-year stint with ABS-CBN. Claudine will initially appear in one film and two television projects at the start of her two-year exclusive contract with the Kapuso channel. She will start filming a Viva Films-GMA Films co-venture in January 2010 and the sequel to the 2007 film “Ouija” that starred Judy Ann Santos, Jolina Magdangal, Iza Calzado, and Rhian Ramos.