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‘Imagine You & Me’ screened overseas

Imagine You & Me, the anniversary film of the phenomenal love team of Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza, which premiered in Philippine cinemas on July 13, will also be screened in the US, Guam, Canada, Italy, UK, Australia, Singapore, UAE and New Zealand.

The news, posted on the film’s official Facebook account, thrilled AlDub fans across the world excited to celebrate a year of love and laughter that began with the pair’s serendipitous encounter in the Philippines’ longest-running noon time show Eat Bulaga last year. The film, produced by APT Entertainment, GMA Films, and M-Zet Television, Inc, has already become a local box-office hit, drawing thousands of moviegoers across the Philippines on its opening day.

Alden Richard and Maine Mendoza film gets international screenings
Meanwhile, on the love team’s 50th “weeksary” featured in Eat Bulaga, the two recalled their unforgettable journey through a Wall of Memories filled with photos of their most memorable moments in the past year.

As part of the celebration, the music video for their movie’s theme song, also titled “Imagine You & Me,’ was t shown for the first time. It was a very personal project for Alden and Maine, having performed the song as a duet, with the lyrics written by Maine. It was set to music by Vic Sotto and arranged by Jimmy Antiporda. 

With the film premiere and the pair’s continued success, Alden and Maine, as well as AlDub Nation as their fans are collectively called, definitely have all the reason to celebrate the year that has passed and the many more milestones ahead. 

Topics: Imagine You & Me , Alden Richards , Maine Mendoza , AlDub Nation
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