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Bianca (Kim Chiu) and Gabriel (Gerald Anderson) are finally moving on from each other.The former lovers in ABS-CBN morning show “Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin” have finally come to terms with their breakup and decided it is time to find love without each other after a disappointing reunion.“Naramdaman siguro ng lahat na time na, parang oras na para gawin ito. The loveteam’s roots can be traced back to 2006, when they became housemates and eventual victors on “Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition.” Shortly after leaving Big Brother’s house, Kim and Gerald were cast in several teen-oriented shows and movies.Their first ever teleserye as a loveteam was “Sana Maulit Muli,” where they played childhood sweethearts.The fallout from embitttered Kimerald fans was reportedly one of the reasons why he and Bea had to break up back then.However, Gerald says that current flame Bea doesn’t mind that he’s working with Kim once again.Kim, who celebrated her 10th year in showbiz last year, is currently dating Xian Lim, who had been her screen partner since they teamed up in “My Binondo Girl” in 2011.Gerald, on the other hand, has reunited with Bea Alonzo, whom he dated in 2010 shortly after his split with Kim.

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They thought that it’s actually a good story for a movie, that’s why they presented it to Star Cinema, and the management actually liked the idea.

The movie is centered on Digs played by Anderson – a no fuss, no frills kind of guy – and idealistic achiever Samantha portrayed by Muñoz who are friends turned lovers turned exes.

Their relationship as a couple lasted for almost eight years until they both decided on an amicable breakup.

closes the second quarter of the year with ‘Can We Still Be Friends’ – the biggest romantic movie of the season, starring Gerald Anderson and Arci Muñoz.

Directed by Prime Cruz and with a screenplay written by Jen Chuaunsu, ‘Can We Still Be Friends’ is a love story that celebrates the indomitable millennial spirit as it attempts to ask the proverbial question: can exes really be friends?