Regal Entertainment’s ‘Us Again’ holds star-studded premiere

Joy Aquino’s Us Again, Regal Entertainment latest slasher, had a star-studded premiere at SM Megamall Cinema on Monday night. 

From left: Director Joy Aquino with 'Us Again' cast members Miko Gallardo, Sarah Edwards, Jane Oineza, RK Bagatsing, and Jin Macapagal
Lead stars Jane Oineza and RK Bagatsing delighted fans as they graced the red carpet in matching outfits. 

The pair joined the romantic drama’s other cast members Jin Macapagal, Miko Gallardo, and Sarah Edwards at the glitzy premiere attended by celebrities like Janella Salvador, Enzo Pineda, Michelle Vito, Jimuel Pacquiao, Ritz Azul, Ria Atayde, Marija Debelic, BidaMan members, and boy group JBK, to name a few.

'Us Again' lead stars Jane and RK on the red carpet
The post-Valentine flick tackles the “value savoring the moment, taking risks, and giving oneself a second chance to be happy again.”

In the movie, Jane is Margie, a 28-year-old unfulfilled medical technician. She tries to rebuild her life each day as cautious and as indifferent as possible, to avoid getting derailed again and go through another heartbreak. She once dreamt of becoming a doctor, but wrong choices and impulsive decisions sent all her hopes to the drain.  

Jimuel Pacquiao (right) with friends
Meanwhile, Mike (RK), a graphic artist from the States, returns and wants to make amends with Margie. 

Five years ago, Mike and Margie started an affair, something they thought was perfect and true. Yet, shortly after, they realize what a mistake it was, and both of them suffered consequences. Now, Margie does not know why Mike would want to reconcile, or why he had to return, to begin with. 

Enzo Pineda and Michelle Vito support the premiere of 'Us Again'
Us Again unspools on Feb. 26 in cinemas nationwide.

Boy group JBK performs the theme song of the romantic movie.











Topics: Us Again , Jane Oineza , RK Bagatsing , Jin Macapagal , Sarah Edwards , Miko Gallardo
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