In an interview during the Gawad Tanglaw awarding ceremonies, Domingo said the filming for "Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kyeme," the second installment in her starrer series, is halfway done.
"Nangangalahati na kami, at nakapanood na kami ng kaunting mga rushes and we are very, very happy," she said. "We are very excited. It think it's worth the wait. Abangan po ninyo. Ang sarap gawin. Tamang tama ang pagbabalik."
Parts of "Kimmy Dora" were previously shot in Korea. Movie director Joyce Bernal had earlier said that the much-awaited sequel will be a horror-comedy film.
‘I Do Bidoo Bidoo’
Domingo is also excited for the mid-year release of musical film “I Do Bidoo Bidoo,” where she will star with singer Ogie Alcasid.
“Kwelang-kwela at kengkoy na kengkoy kami ni Ogie Alcasid. My God, he’s so talented. Hindi ko talaga masisisi si Songbird (Regine Velasquez-Alcasid) bakit siya nahumaling dun kay Ogie Alcasid eh,” she said.
“Talaga naman kay liit-liit na tao, ang husay-husay. At saka nakakatuwa kasama – isa ‘yun sa mga aabangan niyo sa ‘I Do Bidoo Bidoo’ from Unitel, ang musical movie featuring all the popular songs of Apo Hiking Society.”
“I Do Bidoo Bidoo” won’t be Domingo’s first foray into doing a musical on the big screen. She previously sang in parts of critically acclaimed film “Ang Babae sa Septic Tank,” for which she won the best actress trophy from award-giving body Gawad Tanglaw.
“Ang lapit-lapit nila sa puso ko (Gawad Tanglaw), kasi dito po ako unang nabigyan ng medalya bilang best supporting actress sa pelikulang ‘Pisay’ at ‘Foster Child.’ Naka-tie ko yung sarili ko,” she said.
“At ngayon binigyan naman nila ako ng recognition bilang best actress para sa ‘Babae sa Septic Tank’ for their 10th year. I won’t miss it for the world.”