(SPOT.ph) If you've passed by a movie theater lately, chances are you've seen all the cinemas packed with fans watching Antoinette Jadaone's latest offering, Alone/Together. The film, which stars reel-to-real-life couple Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil, has already earned over P265 million in just three weeks. But if you still haven't had enough of the hugot-worthy film, you can get your hands on a copy of the original screenplay at the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale, which runs until March 4 at the World Trade Center.
In case you didn't know, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is open 24 hours and there are over two million (!) books for you to shop. So, this is all the more reason to hoard new additions for your shelf.
The official release date of the Alone/Together Book is yet to be announced, but Jadaone already talked about how it came to be. In an Instagram post, she says that Black Sheep (a.k.a. the studio behind Alone/Together and Exes Baggage), "asked me if I wanted a novelization (it's easier to read in prose than in screenplay format after all), but I want to grab this chance to let you in on our filmmaking process—how a written scene is brought to life, for better [or for] worse." She adds, "Sana may ma-inspire maging scriptwriter! Mahirap, nakakabaliw, pero masarap."
Alone/Together follows the story of college sweethearts Tin (Soberano)—from UP Diliman—and Raf (Gil)—from UST—who break up after a few years together. They meet again five years later, now with their own jobs and significant others. And while they seem content with their lives, they soon find themselves asking each other their what-ifs.