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The Character Posters Will Get You Excited for ‘Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral’
The follow-up to Heneral Luna couldn’t come sooner.

While we’re all aware that Paulo Avelino will be playing the titular role of Gregorio del Pilar in Jerrold Tarog’s Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral, little else has been revealed about the rest of the cast, until recently. The successor to Heneral Luna is currently one of the most awaited Filipino films, and while it’s set to come out in a very faraway 2018, the Goyo Facebook page has recently given us a glimpse into the movie.

Character posters for the film’s women were released yesterday, including Gwen Zamora as Remedios Nable Jose, Gabby Padilla as Dolores Nable Jose, and Empress Schuck as Felicidad Aguinaldo (sister of late President Emilio Aguinaldo), who are all romantically linked to Goyo.

The cast also includes Che Ramos as
Hilaria Aguinaldo (first wife of Emilio Aguinaldo), Perla Bautista as Dona Trinidad Aguinaldo (mother of Emilio Aguinaldo), and Stephanie Sol as Clara (who some are speculating will be Clara Siapit, the love interest of a legendary Katipunero codenamed Matanglawin).

Previously, the Goyo Facebook page also release posters of the characters we’ve seen from Heneral Luna and the short film Angelito:

They've also released character posters for the American soldiers in the movie, including one for General MacArthur.

For more updates and information on Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral, visit the film’s Facebook page.

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