Vilma Santos Has No Plans Yet For 2016Batangas Governor and Star For All Seasons Vilma Santos is still non-committal about the possibility of her running for vice president in 2016. There have been rumors that Vice President Jejomar Binay is convincing her to be his running mate in the national elections.
Vilma admitted to talking with the Vice President, but it was about a project in Batangas and not about the 2016 elections.
She maintained she has no plans yet for 2016, and is simply taking it one day at a time. This is her third and last term as a governor in Batangas City.
Vilma also answered queries about the possibility of her husband, Ralph Rector, running as governor of Batangas. She said the leaders and their constituents in the province want another Recto to be its governor.
As for the political ambitions of her son, Luis Manzano, Vilma said they have to talk about it too, because Luis has to be visible in Lipa City now if he wants to run as mayor in 2016.
Meanwhile, Vilma said she will only have one movie this year. She is choosing between two scripts--one is with Ai Ai Delas Alas and the other one is a family-oriented movie under Star Cinema.
The one with Ai Ai will be co-produced by Vilma.
Although she likes both scripts, Vilma said she can only choose and make one film. "Alam niyo naman, last term ko ngayon as governor. At siyempre, ito ang priority ko. Kumbaga, yung sa akin e yung maiiwan kong legacy sa mga constituents ko."
There are also offers for her to do an indie film. She starred in Jeffrey Jeturian's "Ekstra" last year. Indie directors Brillante Mendoza and Adolf Alix are reportedly waiting for the actress-politician's availability.
Vilma said she already talked with Brillante, and she finds him very interesting. There's also an offer from Adolf.