Darryl Yap Reveals Maid in Malacañang will have a Sequel About Ninoy Aquino

Maid in Malacañang sequel will revolve around Ninoy Aquino

DARRYL YAP – The director of Maid in Malacañang revealed that it will have a sequel, this time about former Senator Ninoy Aquino.

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Maid in Malacañang is a movie about the last 72 hours of the Marcos family in the Palace.

It stars Cesar Montano as former President Ferdinand Marcos Sr., Diego Loyzaga as President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., Cristine Reyes as Senator Imee Marcos, and Ruffa Gutierrez as Imelda Romualdez Marcos and Ella Cruz as Irene Marcos.

While those who will portray as house helpers of the Marcos family are Elizabeth Oropesa as Yaya Lucy, Beverly Salviejo as Yaya Biday, and Karla Estrada as Yaya Santa.

The film premiered last August 3 and it is still showing in theaters nationwide.

In an interview with Coach Jarret last August 5, Darryl Yap revealed that the controversial movie will have a sequel.

According to him, the sequel will revolve around the story of the Marcoses and former Senator Ninoy Aquino.

In the said movie, it will show how the Marcos family faced the accusation of being the alleged mastermind in the assassination of Ninoy Aquino at the Manila International Airport.

Darryl Yap added that what happened to Aquino was one of the heaviest accusations that the Marcos family has ever received and it is said to be the reason why there was a People Power.

“So why is it until now, that the mother or the wife, is now gone, the son is also gone, the justice for the father is not yet given?” he said.

Yap noted that he will share on social media who will be playing the character of Ninoy Aquino once the latter agrees on portraying the role.

There’s also a big chance that some of the cast of Maid in Malacañang will return in its sequel such as Giselle Sanchez who played the role of Cory Aquino.

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