10 Celebrities You Probably Forgot Visited the Philippines
From Margot Robbie to Vin Diesel and Mario Maurer, here are celebrities you probably forgot visited the Philippines.
Vin Diesel visited the Philippines in 2013 to promote his movie, Fast and Furious 6. He rode a jeepney, ate Filipino food, and even said that the Philippines is the best place he's ever been.
In 1986, Johnny Depp visited the Philippines to shoot his movie Platoon. He stayed here for three and a half months and lived in the jungle for two weeks. Talk about dedication.
The Suicide Squad actress visited the beautiful island of Bohol in 2015. According to CNN Philippines, she was there to raise awareness for Rise Above Foundation Cebu. She ended up helping feed around 400 less fortunate children by chopping vegetables and helping cook their meals as seen in these photos.
Famous film director Quentin Tarantino also came to the Philippines to attend the Cinemanila Film Festival back in 2007. In an interview with PEP.ph he says, "I've been wanting to come to the Philippines since I was a little boy, and to actually come here, actually have people know who I am and actually welcome me in this way...it's overwhelming."
The actress was in the Philippines with the cast of The Bourne Legacy for filming.
The 28-year old actor came here to the Philippines in 2012 to promote Penshoppe. In one of his interviews, he said that he loves balut.
The Thai actor also visited the Philippines to endorse the same brand as Zac Efron. He also made a movie with Erich Gonzales titled, Suddenly, It's Magic.
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Carrie Bradshaw of the hit TV show Sex and the City graced the opening of SM Aura two years ago, saying that Manila is "exciting and interesting."
Along with Weisz, Renner shot The Bourne Legacy in Manila for two months.
Who could forget Taylor Swift's main man in one of her music videos? Sean O'Pry came to the Philippines to endorse Filipino clothing brand Penshoppe.
From: Female Network