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Richard, Marian together again in ‘My Lady Boss’

After the huge box-office success of My Best friend’s Girlfriend five years ago, GMA Films and Regal Entertainment, Inc. are bringing back the tandem of Richard Gutierrez and Marian Rivera in a new romance comedy. My Lady Boss, directed by “indie filmmaker” Jade Castro will be in cinemas on April 10. There is no doubt that the Richard–Marian tandem still has a significant following and this movie will surely make their fans love them even more. My Lady Boss, a romantic-comedy affirms the pair’s onscreen chemistry and at the same time shows a different Richard and Marian now portraying more mature roles. And since the two are very much comfortable with each other, all their scenes have been written and shot to elicit more “kilig” as they are intense and realistic, especially in their more romantic moments. In the movie, Richard is Zach, a rich boy forced to find and keep a job after a major blunder in a company he set up. He ends up working for ­Evelyn, whom he discover to be the boss from hell. In the long run, he sees her for who and what she really is. Meanwhile, Marian is ­Evelyn, an uptight and tough Brand Manager who hires an assistant Brand Manager. When she  finds herself  dumped by her boyfriend, Evelyn seeks comfort in Zach, her assistant who shows a different side of him. As they get to know each other more and as their encounters become more intimate, they begin to ask themselves if what they feel for each other is for real. The problem is romance between boss and subordinate in a company is not allowed. This is what the audience should look forward to and find out how Zach and Evelyn will resolve the complexity of their relationship. My Lady Boss also stars Rocco Nacino, Ruru Madrid, Dion Ignacio, Sef Cadayona, Tom Rodriguez, Jace Flores, Princess Snell, Petra Mahalimuyak, Matet De Leon, Bianca Umali, Regine Tolentino, Gerard Pizarras, Pinky Amador and Jackie Lou Blanco. Ronaldo Valdez, Sandy Andolong and Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan play special roles.
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