Hello, Love, Goodbye lead stars Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards will take the Gateway Activity Area stage at 4:00 p.m. today to promote the movie.
Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina, this movie is a love story between two Filipino workers in Hong Kong played by the two A-list celebrities. The film has already created a buzz among expectant fans, with this being the two stars’ first movie together, and stories floating around about other cast members not speaking to Kathryn on set to get her into her character’s headspace.
For fans to get a first glimpse of Kathryn and Alden’s working chemistry are invited to come to Gateway Mall and be among the lucky ones to see them up close. A purchase of Hello, Love, Goodbye movie ticket at the Gateway activity area on the day of the event gives one access to the activity area for the much-awaited mall show with exciting games. Senior and discounted tickets purchased there are excluded from this promo.
Araneta Center’s Gateway Mall has been a go-to site for visitors looking to enjoy more than just a shopping spree. It has hosted numerous well-attended activities, including Darren Espanto’s album launch, a performance of famed Japanese drum troupe Drum Tao, the Japanese Tsugaru Shamisen player Keisho Ohno to celebrate and promote the 22nd Eigasai film festival, and movie mall tours of Sid & Aya featuring Dingdong Dantes and Anne Curtis, and First Love with stars Bea Alonzo and Aga Muhlach entertaining audiences, among many others.
More celebrity-laden activities are expected to thrill shoppers when Gateway Mall 2 opens soon with a bigger activity area. Gateway Mall 2, the much-awaited extension of the multi-awarded mall, is situated beside the Smart Araneta Coliseum, and is easily accessible via LRT and MRT through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza, respectively.
For more information on events at Gateway Mall and in and around Araneta Center, visit www.aranetacenter.net and follow @TheAranetaCenter on Facebook and Instagram and @AranetaCenter on Twitter.
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