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'Glorious.' 'Jhon en Martian,' 'Project Feb 14,' part of Dreamscape Digital's line-up for iWant

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Dreamscape Digital has enlisted acclaimed and up-and-coming creators whose eight digital films and series, including the highly anticipated film “Glorious,” will be made available for streaming on iWant, ABS-CBN’s new streaming service.

“Glorious,” written and directed by Concepcion Macatuno, stars Tony Labrusca and Angel Aquino, who portray lovers in a risqué and romantic May-December love affair. Its trailer has hit 16 million views so far, and finally streams on Saturday (November 17) on iWant and TFC.tv.

Dreamscape Digital also offers an intergalactic love story between a human and an alien in “Jhon en Martian,” which stars Arci Muñoz, Pepe Herrera, and Rufa Mae Quinto. It was created by Joma Labayen and directed by Victor Villanueva, who helmed “Patay na si Hesus.”

Also part of the line-up is “Project Feb 14” featuring JC Santos, McCoy de Leon, and Jane Oineza. It is written and directed by the award-winning Jason Paul Laxamana.

Actress Bela Padilla conceptualized “Apple of My Eye,” which is directed by James Robin Mayo and stars Marco Gumabao and Krystal Reyes.

Eugene Domingo also returns to her iconic role as a fictionalized version of herself in the anthology series “Ang Babae sa Septic Tank 3,” which also features Mylene Dizon and Joey Reyes. Like its prequels, the third installment is written by Chris Martinez and directed by Marlon Rivera.

Also included in Dreamscape Digital’s roster of digital offerings are “ATTY.” directed by King Palisoc and starring JC De Vera, Ritz Azul, and Kit Thompson, “Bagman” Shugo Praico and starring Arjo Atayde, Raymond Bagatsing, and Allan Paule, and the anthology series “Commuters in Manila” directed by Chad Vidanes.

From creating memorable teleseryes on television, ABS-CBN’s production unit Dreamscape Entertainment expands its portfolio of original content to include digital films and series that will be produced by Dreamscape Digital.

Fans can already download the new iWant app on iOS and Android or access iWant through the web (iwant.ph) and register for free. Users may start streaming “Glorious” starting Saturday (November 17) on both iWant and TFC.tv. Those who already have the iWant TV app on their devices simply need to update to the new version on November 17.





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