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Liza Soberano says she won't want to be 'in front of the camera' when she hits 30s

After rebranding to pursue her dreams, Liza Soberano has now put an age limit on her career on-screen.

In Preview magazine's digital cover story, the actress opened up on her plans for her future in showbiz.

"I feel like there will come a time, especially when I hit my 30s, that I won't want to be in front of the camera anymore," she said.

"So I want to be able to learn how things work behind the scenes because I really love creating films, and I love anything creative," she said. "I feel like that's the direction I'm leaning towards. Creating, instead of being the one in front of the camera."

Liza also talked about pursuing a career in Hollywood.

"Am I going to find what it is I'm looking for [in Hollywood]? Honestly, I don't know. I hope so," she said.

"I will try my best, and I will work just as hard as I ever did, but who really knows for sure," she continued.

Liza previously received some flak after she rebranded her image, with many saying that she was ungrateful for her career. At the time, Boy Abunda also said that Liza should not disregard her past.

"I think that it's unfair that we hold the things that we do for other people, the opportunities that we give other people, over their heads and make them believe that they have to pay for that forever," she said.

"And so it's good to have 'utang na loob,' but if you work just as hard to repay the service that was given to you, it shouldn't be held over your head forever. You shouldn't be held hostage by things that other people do for you."

Liza's upcoming Hollywood project is called "Liza Frankenstein," with actor Cole Sprouse.

—Kimberly Tsao/MGP, GMA Integrated News