Maureen Wroblewitz on building her chemistry with Brandon Melo in interracial rom-com ‘Take Me To Banaue’

Filipino-American producer Danny Aguilar, President and founder of Carpe Diem Pictures base in Dallas, Texas USA collaborates with Hollywood actors and local artists in the upcoming romantic comedy film ‘Take Me To Banaue’ which will shoot in the Philippines.

The movie stars American actor Brandon Melo, Filipina-German model turned actress Maureen Wroblewitz, GMA Network stars Thea Tolentino and Norman Azurin “Boobay” Balbuena, actor and model Dylan Rogers and Miss Universe Philippines 2014 MJ Lastimosa.

Boobay, Thea Tolentino, Brandon Melo, Danny Aguilar, Maureen Wroblewitz and Dylan Rogers at the ‘Take Me To Banaue’ media launch

The film tells the story of Hank (Brandon Melo), a gawky engineer who discovers the truth about the stunning woman (Maureen Wroblewitz) he fell for. He must seek help from his best friend Jordan (Dylan Rogers) while he grapples with a deal from a businesswoman (Thea Tolentino) – all as he tries to make it to Banaue for that woman he loves.

But working together for the first time and growing from different cultures, how will Maureen build her chemistry with Brandon?

“I was casted already as Grace, we did a lot of auditions to find our Hank. We have prepared since then. We spent a few hours, we’re preparing our lines. We did get to know each other as well because that is really important to build chemistry not just as Grace and Hank but between both of us, really understanding how we were on set and what we expect. And we were able to discuss that. I’m confident we’ll be able to show that chemistry on screen,” model turned actress Maureen Wroblewitz shares during the media launch of the romantic comedy movie ‘Take Me To Banaue’

Take Me To Banaue is now filming and will be released soon.

Check out videos from the media launch below:

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