After not seeing him for a longtime on-screen, Diether Ocampo is making his comeback film project via the iWant Original flick “Sunday Night Fever,” which he topbills opposite sexy actress Nathalie Hart.
In the movie, the 46-year-old seasoned actor plays the role of Mikey, a chef on-the-rise with eccentric sexual fantasy. He had an illicit, lustful, weekend love affair with Kim (Nathalie Hart), a seductive young woman living in one of the condo units in the building opposite his own, which puts both of their lives in peril as Kim’s middle-aged possessive beau (Ricky Davao) discovered about their secret Sunday meetings.
To promote their movie, Nathalie and Diether enthusiastically took on the small activities Entertainment.ABS-CBN.com prepared for them.
The first one was the Compatibility Challenge where they were asked to choose between lights on or lights off, beach or mountain, picnic or restaurant, “I love you” or “Mahal kita”, selfie of portrait, cuddle or kisses, hatid or sundo, morning or evening, Instagram or Twitter, church wedding or beach wedding.
While the last one was the Kapamilya Confessions, in which they gamely answered to the questions sent in by the netizens.
The two stars willingly discussed their experience in portraying their characters, the preparations they did for the movie, their thoughts on love based on their characters. They also answered questions if they still feel awkward in doing the sexy scenes, their respective upcoming projects, the things we should look forward to on the film, their reactions in working with veteran actor Ricky Davao, and the challenges they encountered while doing it.
Aside from that, they also responded to personal questions, explicitly, what’s the best time for sex, if they’re dominant or submissive, their common traits, to which viand they would compare one another, and if it’s okay for them to have sex with a person to whom they have no relationship with.
Watch this video to find out their answers!
Watch “Sunday Night Fever” for free, now streaming on the iWant app (iOs and Android) or iwant.ph.