Ryzza Mae Dizon might be just 8 years old but she is perfectly aware of what is happening around her.
She knows what happened to our countrymen in the Visayas because of super typhoon Yolanda and she volunteered to donate all the clothes she has used in ‘Eat Bulaga’ and her own talk show ‘Ryzza Mae Show.’
After TV, Ryzza is all set to conquer the big screen with her Metro filmfest entry, ‘My Little Bossings,’ where she is paired with the son of Kris Aquino and James Yap, Bimby, along with Kris herself and Bossing Vic Sotto.
This early, it is predicted to be the topgrosser among the 8 filmfest entries that will open on Christmas Day.
A co-production between OctoArts Films, M-Zet Films, APT Entertainment and Kris Aquino Productions, it is written by Bibeth Orteza and directed by Marlon Rivera.
It is for the whole family, says Vic Sotto.
Sotto said that it is fun to work with Ryzza and Bimby.
They have a different rapport between the very down-to-earth Ryzza Mae and Bimby na sosyal at Inglisero ang dating.
Ryzza does not speak much English while Bimby does not speak much Tagalog so they compliment with each other so well.
In the story, Vic plays Torky Villanueva, a book keeper who works for the wealth management specialist, Baba Atienza (Kris). Kris trusts him so much and when she becomes so busy with work, she asks Vic to help look after her son, Justin (Bimby.) Vic takes Justin to his home. His niece Ice (Aiza Seguerra) lives with him.
She works in an orphanage that is helping out streets kids and one of them is Ching (Ryzza). Aiza also brings Ryzza home and the two kids meet, resulting into some hilarious interactions between Bimby and Ryzza.
As a producer, Kris Aquino is very hands on.
She wants Bimby’s first movie to be a big success and also makes sure that Bimby gets everything he needs during the shoot.
She even got Bimby his own personal stylist and make-up artist to make sure the boy will look so handsome and so cute playing the role of a rich boy in the story.
Also in the cast of ‘My Little Bossings’ are Aiza Seguerra, Jaclyn Jose, Jose Manalo, Paolo Ballesteros, Barbie Forteza, Neil Coleta and Neil Ryan Sese.