Kelvin Miranda has 4 new upcoming films this year

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IT’S good to know that Kapuso star Kelvin Miranda received so many projects this year, despite of the fact that he still new in the industry.

This year, he has three upcoming films, including Ang Henerasyong Sumuko sa Love with Tony Labrusca, Ang Hiling Gitarista with Anna Luna and Cedrick Juan, Teka Teka Muna with Kyline Alcantara, and Dead Kids directed by Mikhail Red.

“My youth film po kami, pero medyo dark ang story. Iyun iyung Dead Kids directed by Mikhail Red.” Said Kelvin. He played as a poor scholar boy named Mark Sta. Maria, and Sue Ramirez‘ love interest. He mentioned that Mikhail Red plans to show the film in international film festivals.

Speaking of love interest, which female actress does he want to be pair with? “Wala po akong ine-aim na kapareha. Kung ano po ang ibibigay nila sa akin, tinatanggap ko naman. Kasi binibigay ko naman ang best ko.” He said.

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I asked him who are his inspiration when it comes to acting, “Sa Philippines po, influence ko po si Mon Confiado. Sa babae po, si Gina Alajar. Sa international po, si Christian Bale at Johnny Depp.” He said.

Kelvin appeared in several Kapuso shows like Wish ko Lang hosted by Vicky Morales, Tadhana hosted by Marian Rivera, Dear Uge hosted by Eugene Domingo, the Lenten special of #MichaelAngelo, Pepito Manaloto, Taste Buddies, Bubble Gang, and more.

He also appeared in Vince, Kath and James, WALWAL, Haunted Forrest, The Hopeful Romantic, and Class of 2018.

In his career, half of the movies he was part of were independently produce like Simplicity directed by David Hulbert, Guro directed by Ronald Rafer, and Field Trip directed by Venancio “Bunch” Cortez.

For more information about Kelvin Miranda, visit his official Facebook page.

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