Kim, Gerald reunite on the big screen

Former sweethearts Gerald Anderson and Kim Chiu are catching up on each other as co-stars and friends.  The two, who were last seen in the movie “Till My Heartaches End” in 2010, are reunited in Star Cinema’s 20th anniversary offering, “24/7 in Love.”

“Masaya ako na nakasama ko ulit si Kim dito sa movie na ito after two years. Ang dami ko ring nalaman sa kanya, nakapag-catch up kami. Masaya naman ako,” Gerald said at the presscon of “24/7.”

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Since their break-up, Gerald has courted Sarah Geronimo and Kim has been linked to Xian Lim.

But as far as Gerald is concerned, “hindi naman nasasara ang puso, lagi naming open iyan.”

Kim, for her part, shared that she’s happy Gerald has remained a friend.

“Siyempre nagpapasalamat ako na hindi kami magkaaway. Ngayon sa shooting namin nagkaka-catch up kami sa mga nangyayari sa isa’t isa. Kasi two years hindi kami masyadong nag-uusap, hindi kami nagkikita. Ngayon lang sa pelikulang ito kaya masaya ako na ganito kami ngayon.”

Kim and Gerald were a loveteam for four years.  So they’re already comfortable with each other.

“Parang natural na. Parang okay, maganda ang flow ng acting namin,” Kim says.

“24/7 In Love” will be shown in theaters nationwide starting November 21.It also stars John Lloyd Cruz, Angelica Panganiban, Piolo Pascual, Maja Salvador, Bea Alonzo, Diehter Ocampo, Zanjoe Marudo,Sam Milby, Pokwang, Daniel  Padllla, Kathryn Bernardo, Zaijian Jaranilla and Xyriel Manabat.

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