“My Little Bossings” Stars Vic Sotto and Ryzza Mae Dizon Chats with Bloggers in Bloggers’ Night8:23 PM
|Bossing Vic and Ryzza entering the venue|
|Ms. Melai Entuna hosting the event|
One of the questions I expected to be asked is why Vic Sotto decided to have a non-Enteng Kabisote MMFF movie entry. According to Vic, he just gave Enteng a break because he has been doing it for 5-6 years.
For now, he wants a fresh material for the MMFF and this is where Vic got in touch with Kris Aquino to let Bimby be partnered with Ryzza---since Kris wants her son to be in a full-length movie. Thus came “My Little Bossings”. According to Bibeth, the movie was tailor-made for Bimby and Ryzza because she can’t think of anybody else who would play those roles except for the two kids.
|Screenwriter Bibeth Orteza|
For Vic, it was not hard working with Bimby and Ryzza because working with kids is always a wonderful experience. Even way back when he was working with Aiza Seguerra in “Okay Ka Fairy Ko”, he learned it was always work and play at the same time with child stars. “Kasi I always see to it na yung trabaho namin is not really trabaho. Kailangan may kasamang laro kasi hindi pwedeng walang laro” (I always see it that work is not really work. There should always be play).
In the case of “My Little Bossings”, Vic worked with two kids who are talkative and rough. Bimby is the rough kid, Ryzza is the talkative kid. But unlike Ryzza--- where Vic has worked with even in Eat Bulaga---Bimby was a bit shy around the comedy actor at first. And since the relationship of Vic and Bimby in the movie started as being aloof with each other, they were like that even at the start.