VIDEO: Pop Princess Sarah Geronimo and Primetime Drama Actor Coco Martin’s movie bloopers

MANILA- – -Watching ABS-CBN’s newest comedy show, “Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan,” which debuted last August 9 has become a favorite primetime  activity among Filipinos. Last August 23’s episode featuring bloopers from the hit movie “Maybe This Time” as well as video clips of Pop Princess Sarah Geronimo and Primetime Drama  Actor Coco Martin goofing around with their co-stars on the set.

Last summer Coco and Sarah, both Kapamilya talents,  appeared on the big screen together for the first time in the blockbuster movie Maybe This Time  which Star Cinema offered as their summer valentine treat to Filipino moviegoers. The movie tells the story of how a summer romance blossomed into forever love. Directed by Jerry Lopez Sineneng, the movie had reaped a remarkable gross of P20million on its initial day of showing and marked some P170million ticket sales in about 180 cinemas nationwide.

On a lighter side, Marc Logan came up with the movies’ TV blooper of the popular movie that starred tow of the most renowned personalities of Philippine entertainment to the delight of everyone.

Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan features bloopers of trending topics to include box office hits. Among those he previously featured are hilarious bloopers of, “She’s Dating The Gangster,”and Kim Chiu- Zian Lim’s team-up. Viewers will be entertained with how their favorite movie and TV personalities laugh, giggle, mumble and become their natural being.

The “Maybe This Time” bloopers of Sarah and Coco shows scenes from the movie made funnier because of unintentional errors.

Blooper technically means an outtake, gag reel, or boner. It refers to a short sequence of a film or video production, usually a deleted scene, containing a mistake made by a member of the cast or crew. It also refers to an error made during a live radio or TV broadcast or news report, usually in terms of misspoken words or technical errors. The term blooper was popularized during the 1950s in a series of record albums entitled ‘Pardon My Blooper’, in which the definition of a blooper is thus given by the record series’ narrator: “Unintended indiscretions before microphone and camera.”

Wikipedia states that “bloopers are often the subject of television shows or are occasionally revealed during the credit sequence at the end of comedy movies.” International stars Jackie Chan and Burt Reynolds are both famous for including such reels with the closing credits of their movies.