Chris Martinez happily shares on the blogcon of Extra Service his first time experiences as a director. It is first time for him to do an action scene with laser light, drone scene at the top of the sea that he truly enjoys playing with this new technology and having his three beautiful actress in one frame at first time was unforgettable experience for him as the beauty overflow in the screen. He also had a fun time doing the film with the three ladies, he remembers Coleen Garcia as a timid girl in the set that eventually blooms as a comedy actress, Jessy Mendiola as a natural comedian which has the most challenging and funniest role of the three and Arci Muñoz as a dedicated and hardworking actress that always ready on the set and in character.
Chris Martinez is widely known for quirky and irreverent films such as Here Comes The Bride and Kimmy Dora and The Kyemeng Prequel as well as the groundbreaking indie flick Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank which he wrote. In Extra Service he is working with writer Alpha Habon whose most notable recent work is the mega-blockbuster hit The Super Parental Guardians. Extra Service brings together Coleen Garcia, Arci Muñoz and Jessy Mendiola, who are arguably three of the sexiest and hottest actress in the industry today.
The film is centered on the amazing adventures of Aw (Muñoz), Em (Garcia) and Gee (Mendiola) who are mild-mannered massage therapists by day and solve crime as sexy agents by night. As the crime fighting #SexySquad, Aw, Em, Gee are tasked to embark on a top-level secret mission to retrieve the precious "Perlas ng Silangan in exchange for their lives and freedom
It should be noted that this is the very first big-screen collaboration between Coleen, Arci and Jessy who are all certified cover girls and epitomes of "girl-power" based on their individual achievements as actresses.
Experience the fun, adventure and laughter with Aw, Em and Gee and find out if the #SexySquad will succeed in their mission.
Exta Service is showing in all cinemas nationwide starting January 11.