The much-awaited prequel to the *classic* film Four Sisters And A Wedding will be released very soon! The 2013 movie tells the story of Salazar sisters Teddie (Toni Gonzaga), Bobbie (Bea Alonzo), Alex (Angel Locsin), and Gabbie (Shaina Magdayao) as they devise plans to prevent their only brother and the "baby" of the family, CJ (Enchong Dee), from getting married.
In Four Sisters Before The Wedding, we will be able to meet the characters during their teenage years, including their first loves and heartbreaks! Based on the trailer, Teddie (Charlie Dizon) meets "school heartthrob and athlete" Teddy (Jameson Blake) when he accidentally hits her on the head with a soccer ball, just when she's asking the universe for a boyfriend! ICYDK, Charlie and Jameson previously worked together in a snack commercial.
Charlie talked about Jameson in an interview with ABS-CBN, saying: "Very mysterious siyang tao pero once na nag-open up siya and nag-kuwento siya, interesting kasi hindi mo aakalain na 'yon yung nasa isip niya. Si Jameson sobrang ready rin kasi niya pagdating sa work. 'Yon rin yung na-appreciate ko sa kanya. Ang laking bagay nito sa akin doon sa mga eksena namin na hindi madadali. Kaya iniisip ko din noon na buti na lang si Jameson yung naging partner ko kasi nakatrabaho ko na nga rin siya from before."
Jameson also praised Charlie, saying: "What I find attractive kay Charlie is she's fun to talk to. 'Pag kasama ko siya, siguro that's our way of developing chemistry."
Teddie's not the only one who'll experience *love* in the movie. Remember Bobbie and Alex's rivalry over band member Chad—the reason why they're not close anymore? Well, we see younger Bobbie (Alexa Ilacad) and Alex (Gillian Vicencio) during some pretty tense moments in the trailer. Is THIS infamous Chad?
We also see Gabbie (Belle Mariano) having her own cute high school romance!
Four Sisters Before The Wedding will be available for streaming online starting December 11 via KTX.ph, iWantTFC, TFC IPTV, Cignal PPV, and Sky Cable pay-per-view. It will also be shown in selected cinemas. You can watch the film's first trailer here.