Kris Aquino Is Happy For Son Bimby's "Showbiz Career"Bimby Aquino-Yap will be part of "My Little Bossings," the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival entry starring Vic Sotto and Ryzza Mae Dizon. Kris will also have a role in the movie.
Although she wasn't used to promoting her movies through mall tours, the Queen of all Media was now willing to do it for her son. She said she wants to see Bimby and Ryzza Mae perform in front of the crowd.
Her production team was apparently surprised that a huge chunk of her schedule was blocked off so she can be with Bimby. The two even guested on GMA-7's "Vampire Ang Daddy Ko," which starred Vic every weekend.
The TV host noticed that Bimby enjoyed acting. In fact, he would always tell his mother that he misses taping with Vic and Ryzza Mae especially when he watched "Eat Bulaga." When asked if he wants to be an actor, Bimby said he enjoys acting.
However, Bimby is also part of his school's taekwondo and swimming teams, as well as a musical gospel program. For each of these activities, Bimby is only allowed to be absent for two days.
Now that they have to promote the movie, Kris made a huge deal with the school to allow Bimby to miss some classes. Bimby said he had to do 100 lapses because he missed his swimming class.
Kris expressed how thankful she is that both her sons are athletic and have proper coordination of their bodies.
Ryzza then answered questions about her supposed loveteam with Bimby. The child wonder said she had a "nosebleed" because Bimby kept on talking to her in English.
Bimby decided to teach Ryzza how to speak in English while Ryzza taught Bimby how to speak Tagalog.
If he has the chance to do another movie, he would still like to work with Vic and Ryzza although he also doesn't mind working with Barbie Forteza and Neil Coleta.
Bimby said he would love working with his mother and Kuya Josh as well.
For his part, Vic is also happy to note that the two grew close during their time together. At first, the two were shy around each other.
However, just like in the movies, they warmed up to each other's presence and are now friends, Bossing Vic said.
Vic said their movie can have a sequel since it has an open-ended final scene. He would love to do a sequel of the film since it is time to take a break from "Enteng Kabisote."