Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino reunite in "Exes Baggage"

Debut film of ABS-CBN Film’s new movie production brand, Black Sheep, enters the international movie scene via TFC at the Movies

ABS-CBN Films’ newest film production brand, Black Sheep, brings to viewers the reunion project of Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino through the film Exes Baggage, screening worldwide via TFC at the Movies.

ABS-CBN Film’s new film production brand, Black Sheep, marks the reunion project of Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino in the film “Exes Baggage”

ABS-CBN Film’s new film production brand, Black Sheep, marks the reunion project of Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino in the film “Exes Baggage”

ABS-CBN Films Managing Director Olivia Lamasan explains that Black Sheep is the film production brand that will cater to the new generation of audiences, in an article published in June 2018 by ABS-CBN News. This is part of ABS-CBN Films’ continuous effort to produce a variety of films that will satisfy the viewers’ changing taste in movies.

Black Sheep marks its debut with Exes Baggage, which took Philippine cinema by storm when it earned more than P140 million after four days since it opened in cinemas across the archipelago.

The film tells the story of Pia (Panganiban) and Nix (Aquino), who instantly hit it off after a chance encounter. Their constant communication develops into deep attraction, taking a chance on each other despite their pains and hang-ups from their previous relationships.

But when their rapport blossoms into a relationship, their differences will test their love and will make them question: Who is the one who really needs fixing? And is love enough to fix a person?

Get all the feels with the story and reunion of CarGel in the film Exes Baggage, directed by award-winning director Dan Villegas, and written by Dwein Baltazar.

“ExesBaggage” tells how the seemingly for-keeps relationship of Pia (Angelica Panganiban) and Nix (Carlo Aquino) eventually falls apart, brought about their insecurities and hang-ups from their previous relationships

“ExesBaggage” tells how the seemingly for-keeps relationship of Pia (Angelica Panganiban) and Nix (Carlo Aquino) eventually falls apart, brought about their insecurities and hang-ups from their previous relationships

Exes Baggage is screening in the Middle East. U.S., Canada, Papua New Guinea, Brunei, Sapian. It screens in other territories worldwide starting on Oct. 11 in Australia, New Zealand and Brunei; extended screening in Thailand on Oct. 13 and 14; Oct. 13 in Jylland, Denmark; Espoo, Finland and Stockholm, Sweden; and on Oct. 14 in Bergen, Norway and Kristiansand, Norway. 

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