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Jennylyn Mercado sizzles and dazzles on screen

This year’s renowned Woman of Desire Jennylyn Mercado sizzles and dazzles on the big screen via 2015’s Ultimate Kilig Movie, The PreNup, showing on Oct.14 from Regal Entertainment.

Mercado was last seen in a film via the 2014 MMFF surprise blockbuster English Only, Please! 

Jennylyn Mercado will prove she's no one hit wonder in The PreNup

She did not only win many a heart for her role in that romantic-comedy film, but she went home with the 2014 MMFF best actress award as well.

Mercado’s star shone even brighter when she was declared Sexiest Woman of FHM, besting other contenders on the strength of what most describe as a “face to love and body to die.”

On Oct. 14, fans will love her even more as she stars in a feel-good, kilig movie opposite the dashing and handsome hunk Sam Milby.

New York City’s Central Park, Times Square and other scenic spots paid witness to Milby and Mercado’s romantic moments in the film.

As Milby puts it, “Jen is every man’s dream.”

The actress swears by being unattached at the moment, so, Sam has a good chance in case he decides to woo her in real life.

Moviegoers who go for non-stop  kilig and romantic stories will have their fill of what they long for with the timely release of The PreNup.

Milby and Mercado are definitely a perfect match made in New York City and The PreNup is out to prove just that.

With other stars in the cast like Melai Cantiveros, Ella Cruz, Dominic Ochoa, Jaclyn Jose, Gardo Versoza, Freddie Webb and Neil Coletta, moviegoers will be treated to non-stop romantic scenes from beginning to end in this year’s highly-anticipated rom-com film.

The PreNup is under the direction of Jun Lana.

It will have a gala premiere night on Oct. 13 at a cimena in SM Megamall.

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