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Tony and Angel’s ‘Glorious’ sets social media ablaze

Angel Aquino and Tony Labrusca set the internet on fire after the trailer of their iWant original movie Glorious made the rounds online, having earned more than six million views in 24 hours.

Tony Labrusca and Angel Aquino are heating up the screen with their May-December affair in 'Glorious.'
Produced by Dreamscape Digital exclusively for iWant, ABS-CBN’s new streaming service, Glorious revolves around Glory (Angel), a 52-year-old woman who falls in love with Niko (Tony), a guy 30 years her junior. They start a risqué May-December love affair but will struggle to keep their relationship intact amidst social disapproval and judgment.

The full trailer has tallied more than six million views on various Facebook pages after it was released Sunday (Nov. 4), as netizens raved about its steamy scenes featuring Angel and Tony.

The names of the two stars also trended on Twitter as netizens and various celebrities, including Broadway diva Lea Salonga, posted their enthusiastic reactions to the trailer.

Glorious is written and directed by Concepcion Macatuno and is produced by Dreamscape Digital exclusively for the new iWant, which can be accessed via iOS or Android app starting Nov. 17.

On the new iWant, users from the Philippines may stream original films and series, old and current Kapamilya shows, movies, restored film classics, music, and live concerts, for free.

Tony and Angel’s ‘Glorious’ sets social media ablaze
Actor of the moment Tony Labrusca stars opposite Angel Aquino in an iWant original movie.
For updates, like www.facebook.com/iWant, and follow @iwant on Twitter, @iwantofficial and @dreamscapedigital on Instagram, and www.youtube.com/iWantPH on YouTube.

Topics: Angel Aquino , Tony Labrusca , iWant , Glorious , Dreamscape Digital
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