Vilma Santos set to make movie comeback with Christopher de Leon
Vilma Santos is making her movie comeback with Christopher de Leon!
According to Lhar Santiago's report on "24 Oras," Monday, the film will be shot in Japan in March.
"It's a love story pero sa edad namin. I'm so excited," Vilma said about the project.
Aside from showbiz, Vilma said she may also consider going back to politics. She previously served as governor of Batangas and a representative of Lipa.
"If it's meant na puwede pa ulit at makabalik ako as a public servant, why not, 'di ba? Pero kung hindi naman, as of now, ine-enjoy ko rin 'yung pagiging isang pribado ng buhay," she said.
In the meantime, she said she's enjoying her new role as grandmother to Isabella Rose, also known as "Peanut." Isabelle is the daughter of Vilma's son Luis Manzano and his wife Jessy Mendiola.
"I'm still enjoying the baby. Mag-two two months pa lang si Peanut," she said. "Diyos ko, mga posing niya. Sabi ko, 'Mana 'to sa 'kin.' Mag-aartista 'yung apo ko."
Vilma recently guested on "Fast Talk with Boy Abunda," where she got emotional talking about Luis's alleged involvement in a scam.
"Tao pa rin ako, you know. There are some instances na hindi mo ma-control what you feel inside. And I don't mind sharing it," she said of her emotional state on the show.
—Kimberly Tsao/MGP, GMA Integrated News