Coming soon: Hit 2017 movie ‘100 Tula Para Kay Stella’ gets a sequel

100 Tula Para Kay Stella poster and image via Cha Echaluce
  • The hit 2017 movie “100 Tula Para Kay Stella” is getting a sequel
  • The love team of Bela Padilla and JC Santos became a well-loved tandem following the success of the film 
  • During the recent Viva Vision 2020 event, it was announced that “100 Tula Para Kay Stella 2” will be in cinemas this year

Have you ever wondered what happened to Stella and Fidel after the end of “that painful conversation”? If yes, then you may stop wondering now as the sequel of the hit movie 100 Tula Para Kay Stella is set to be on the big screen this year.

100 Tula Para Kay Stella poster

During the recent Viva Vision 2020 event recently, journalists and bloggers were given the chance to be the first ones to see the teasers of Viva Films’ 34 movies for this year. This includes the sequel of 100 Tula Para Kay Stella, the 2017 Viva movie that made a lot of viewers cry and broke thousands of hearts.

“The much-awaited sequel to the romantic movie that started the JC-Bela tandem, by award-winning and blockbuster director Jason Paul Laxamana. A story about taking chances, 100 Tula Para Kay Stella 2,” it was noted.

Will Fidel and Stella get the chance to start over again? Will this film finally lead them to their happy ending? Or will they simply realize why they were never meant to be? We will find out soon enough.

34 movies for 2020

Aside from 100 Tula Para Kay Stella 2, Viva Films is set to release original films such as Vodka, Beers, and Regrets, Devoted, Hindi Tayo Puwede, Rooftop, Untrue, The Other Woman, Mang Jose, among others; as well as the reimagined versions of foreign films A Hard Day, Spellbound, Wedding Dress, Sunny, More Than Blue, etc.

Image via Cha Echaluce

Moreover, with the onslaught of superheroes in the big screen from Marvel and DC, Viva will produce its own superhero films featuring the works of national artist Francisco Conshing and “Komiks King” Carlo Caparas such as Pedro Penduko, Joaquin Bordado, Elias Paniki, Gagambino, Panday, among others.