Kylie of ‘quarantine shoot’ for Love Lockdown: Directed through Zoom, filmed using iPhones

  • Miss International 2016 Kylie Verzosa and her boyfriend Jake Cuenca began shooting their scenes in the upcoming iWant original movie Love Lockdown
  • On Instagram, the beauty queen-turned-actress shared how they conducted the quarantine shooting
  • It was directed through Zoom and the scenes were filmed using iPhones alone

Amid the enhanced community quarantine due to COVID-19, Miss International 2016 Kylie Verzosa and her boyfriend Jake Cuenca have started filming their scenes in the upcoming iWant original movie Love Lockdown — on their own.

Image captured from Instagram

On Instagram, the beauty queen-turned-actress shared how they conducted the quarantine shooting; saying that it was directed through the videotelephony and online chat services Zoom and their scenes were filmed using their iPhones alone.

“Hello! Back in the real world! For the past three days, we’ve been shooting an episode for @iwantofficial under the direction of @rekdidarn (Darnel Villaflor) through Zoom. Entirely shot on our iPhones and by ourselves. Streaming soon!” she wrote in the caption of the video she uploaded.

In his post, Jake invited everyone to watch out for their upcoming movie Love Lockdown.

“WE ARE HERE TO STAY. Nothing can stop LOVE–not even a LOCKDOWN or a SHUTDOWN!” he said; sharing the poster of the upcoming movie.

“Streaming this May on iWant: LOVE LOCKDOWN, an iWant original movie, starring Angelica Panganiban, Jake Cuenca, JM De Guzman, Arjo Atayde, Sue Ramirez, Tony Labrusca, and Kylie Versoza. Directed by Andoy Ranay, Darnel Villaflor, Noel Escondo, and Emmanuel Palo. Produced by Dreamscape Entertainment!” the actor continued.

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