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Heart Evangelista to star in international movie 'Infamous 6'

By Yoniel Acebuche Published Jun 17, 2024 2:52 pm

Global fashion icon Heart Evangelista is set to return to the big screen in an international movie titled Infamous 6.

The announcement came after the actress shared on her Instagram stories that she would star in an international film.

"Infamous 6 soon," she wrote.

Likewise, the sneak peek was also shown to the public at Toycon 2024 held from June 14 to 16 at the SMX Convention Center Manila.

Fans immediately praised the actress's comeback, saying they were excited to see Heart on film again.

"Yehey! The long wait is over!" a fan wrote on IG.

"Wow wow wow...proudest avid fan here and excited!!!" a user said.

"An action movie this time! Very exciting!" another user wrote.

Meanwhile, the 39-year-old fashion icon will star in the role of Mei alongside international stars such as Lorena Andrea, Armand Assante, Jemma Dallender, Alana Boden, and many more.

The action-thriller was helmed by English film director Anthony Hickox, who is known for his horror genre work, such as Waxwork and its sequel.

Further details, such as the release date and plot, have yet to be announced.

In 2021, Heart played Celeste Diesta, a Sorsogon-based fashion designer and socialite, in the Pinoy drama romance series I Left My Heart in Sorsogon together with Richard Yap (Antonio Wenceslao III) and Paolo Contis (Michael Angelo Macedonio). 

She also appeared as Kim Lane's celebrity friend in episode 9 of 2021 Netflix's American reality TV series Bling Empire Season 3.

Earlier in June, Heart, the wife of current Senate President Chiz Escudero, took an oath as the new president of the Senate Spouses Foundation Inc. (SSFI), saying she is "honored" to take on the chief position.

"As I have said during our very first meeting, l am ready to honor the challenge of working together to find ways to uplift our people and our communities."