9 Controversial Films to be Screened at UP Film Institute, March 5-7

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Are you mature enough for these?

The University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication (UP CMC) hosts a film festival titled Director's Cut: Mga Eksenang Dapat Mong Nakita Pero... from March 5 to 7 at the UP Cine Adarna.

Nine controversial films will be shown for three days. These are the uncut versions of Bakit May Kahapon Pa? (directed by Joel Lamangan), Laman (Maryo J. de los Reyes), Ang Lalake sa Parola (Jay Altarejos), Duda/Doubt (directed by Cris Pablo), Rome and Juliet (Connie Macatuno), Twilight Dancers (Mel Chionglo), La Vida Rosa (Chito Roño), Tuhog (Jeffrey Jeturian) and Live Show (Jose Javier Reyes).

Among these directors, Maryo J. De los Reyes, Cris Pablo, Connie Macatuno, Chito Roño and Jeffrey Jeturian are graduates of UP CMC.

Bakit May Kahapon Pa? (March 5, 5 p.m.) is about a woman, traumatized as a child by the massacre of her family in the 1970s, who plans revenge on the responsible military officer. Laman (March 5, 7 p.m.), on the other hand, focuses on a young couple's problems mainly caused by a rich businesswoman who lusts for the husband and a gigolo who seduces the wife. Ang Lalake sa Parola (March 5, 9 p.m) is the story of a lighthouse caretaker who falls in love with another man as the former's girlfriend struggles to win him back.

Duda/Doubt (March 6, 5 p.m.) is a tale of infidelity and deception in a relationship between two men while Rome and Juliet (March 6, 7 p.m.) is a romantic journey of two women caught in a web of forbidden and unconventional love. Given an X rating by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB), Twilight Dancers (March 6, 9 p.m.) is a social commentary packaged as a sexy movie about a macho dancer who is pressured to "dance" to the tune of the new global economy.

La Vida Rosa (March 7, 5 p.m.) is about a couple's dangerous life as con artists becoming more complicated as one insists on retiring. Tuhog (March 7, 7 p.m.) is a disturbing yet entertaining movie within a movie where a mother and daughter are abused twice--first by a rapist who happens to be a family member and then by incompetent filmmakers. Considered "most controversial" in Philippine filmmaking history, Live Show (March 7, 9 p.m.) is a story of poor Filipinos forced to perform sexual acts in front of paying customers. The film exposes the shocking and depressing truth about live sexual performers or torreros and what goes on in sleazy quarters where couples play toro for pay.

An open forum with the director and other guests follows every screening of the film.

The film festival is part of the UP's centennial celebration. Sponsorship packages are available for interested companies. For details, please contact Dr. Arminda Santiago or Prof. Ma. Rosel San Pascual at 920-6864 or 920-6867.

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CHARICE PEMPENGCO a Victim of 'Bukas Kotse' Gang

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Crime spares no one. Even a singing sensation in the caliber of Charice Pempengco.

Last Wednesday, February 27, robbers suspected to be members of the notorious Bukas Kotse Gang ransacked Charice's vehicle in Calamba, Laguna. According to a report by ABS-CBN News, the 14-year-old singer—accompanied by her mom, their driver, and one helper—was having dinner in Tuding's restaurant when the robbery occurred.

When Charice and company returned to their vehicle, a Toyota Hi-Ace Van with plate number XGM-508, they noticed that the black Lacoste bag owned by Mrs. Raquel Pempengco was missing. The bag reportedly contained two mobile phones (models: T610 and p910i), an ATM card, house keys, and passports.

According to a male witness, he spotted three men patroling the area prior to the incident.

Making an appeal to the public, Charice pleaded, "Just please return the passports, not the cellphone or the other things, but just the passports."

Charice first gained national attention when she bagged third place honors in ABS-CBN's Little Big Star. But her stock rose considerably when Emmy Award-winning host, Ellen DeGeneres, invited her to guest in her hugely popular talk show after seeing her video in You Tube performing in a Korean talent show Star King.

A self-confessed fan, Ellen was even more impressed when she finally saw and heard the young belter perform the Dreamgirls anthem "And I'm Telling You I'm Not Going" and the Whitney Houston smash hit "I Will Always Love You" in her show last December 19, 2007.

As a token of appreciation for gracing the program, Ellen handed an awestruck Charice a new iPod as a replacement for the one she had lost during the trip.

Source: pepdotph

VHONG NAVARRO and VALERIE CONCEPCION in Star Cinema's "Supah Papalicious"

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After releasing a number of box-office hits, Vhong Navarro is back with another character that will be remembered alongside with his portrayal of Mr. Suave, Hesus of D Anothers, Agent X44, and Lastikman.

This time, Vhong marks his anticipated return to the big screen in Supah Papalicious.

"Todo na ‘to! Hinding hindi n'yo makakalimutan ang pelikulang hinahanda namin para sa inyo. Haping hapi na sa akin napunta ang role na 'to dahil tawa ako ng tawa binabasa ko pa lang ang script. Tapos si Manong Gilbert [Perez] pa ang direktor so ineexpect ko ang kakaibang atake sa comedy. Ang gagaling din ng mga kasama ko, si Makisig [Morales] at Valerie [Concepcion]. So kumpletos recados talaga," Vhong points out.

Valerie tries a different route from hosting as she engages in a comedic role via the film Supah Papalicious. "First time kong gumawa ng ganitong kalaking pelikula. I'm deeply honored and thankful sa Star Cinema kasi they gave me a chance to be Vhong's leading lady and takot ako at the same time, super excited dahil comedy naman itong ginagawa ko, something I haven't done before." It was reported in PEP recently that Valerie's contract as a Wowowee host was just renewed and that she is being considered for a role in the remake of Betty La Fea.

Child star Makisig Morales also tries his hand at comedy-with funnyman Vhong Navarro no less. After starring in Super Inggo and Pedro Penduko at mga Engkantao, Makisig is expected to conquer the big screen as well when he makes his debut in Supah Papalicious.


Makisig says enthusiastically: "Grabe po ang blessing na ‘to ang bata-bata ko pa, alagang-alaga talaga ako ng ABS-CBN at ngayon ng Star Cinema. Tapos si Supah Papalicious pa ang kasama ko. Ang saya saya!"

Star Cinema's comedy flick Supah Papalicious opens in theaters nationwide starting March 22.

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CHARO SANTOS-CONCIO Appointed as The New ABS-CBN President

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ABS-CBN Chairman and Chief Operations Officer (COO) Gabby Lopez announced during the closing of the giant network's Management Conference at the Camp John Hay in Baguio City on February 29, the appointment of Charo Santos-Concio as the new and the fifth President of ABS-CBN Broadcasting Network, effective March 1, 2008.

The 52-year-old TV executive now holds the distinction of being the first woman president of the giant network. Her predecessors are Eugenio "Geny" Lopez Jr., Freddie Garcia, Eugenio "Gabby" Lopez III, and Cito Alejandro.

Charo, who has been in the Kapamilya network for 20 years now started her career at ABS-CBN on June 24, 1987 as consultant. She then worked as production director, and slowly rose through the ranks, becoming vice president, senior vice president, and executive vice president, which was her last post before her promotion.
Charo also hosts the long-running drama anthology Maalaala Mo Kaya on ABS-CBN.

As president of ABS-CBN, all subsidiaries and divisions will report to her. This includes Studio 23, ANC, Cinema One, ABS-CBN Publishing, Interactive, the PR Group, to name a few.

Gabby Lopez remains as chairman and COO of ABS-CBN.

PACMAN Republic

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How well do you know the People's Champ?





PACQUIAO - MARQUEZ 2: Unfinished Business on GMA 7

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Ang pinakahihintay na boxing spectacle ng taon ay ipapalabas nga­yong Marso sa GMA Network sa pamamagitan ng muling pagsasanib pwersa ng Kapuso Channel at ng Solar Sports.

Ieere ng GMA Network ang rematch nina Manny ‘The Pacman’ Pacquiao at Juan Manuel ‘Dinamita’ Marquez sa Marso 16 (Linggo, Philippine Time) nang 10:00 a.m. mula sa Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino sa Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Si Paquiao ay 29 y/o, 5’6½” ang taas at may 45 wins, 3 losses, 2 draw, 34 KO’s.

Si Marquez ay 34 y/o, 5’7” ang taas at may 48 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw, 35 KO’s.

Ang radio grupo ng GMA -- Super Radyo DZBB, Barangay LS-FM, at ang lahat ng RGMA radio stations sa bansa ay magbibigay ng live blow-by-blow account ng laban.

Pinamagatang PACQUIAO-MARQUEZ 2: UNFINISHED BUSINESS, inaasahang sa labang ito ay aapaw ang aksyon at ring drama na ihahandog ng dalawang pinakamagaling na super featherweights sa kasaysayan ng boxing.

Kontrobersyal ang unang pagtatagpo nina Pacquiao at Marquez na nagtapos sa draw apat na taon na ang nakakaraan.

Nagkaroon ang GMA Network at Solar Sports ng press conference kahapon nang tanghali sa 17th floor ng GMA Network Center.

Sina GMA Network EVP at Chief Operating Officer Gilberto Duavit Jr., Solar Entertaiment President Wilson Tieng, at Solar Entertainment COO Peter Chan Liong ang nanguna sa contract signing ceremony.

Sabi ni Wilson Tieng, hindi pa tiyak kung sino ang aawit ng Lupang Hinirang sa laban na ito ni Pacquiao.

“He’s entertaining si­ngers for auditions. I don’t know how he’ll do it,” sambit ni Wilson Tieng. “May short list na kami pero ayaw naming i-divulge. Baka magkaroon ng gulo gaya ng dati.

“Sabi ng candidates, huwag i-leak sa press ang pangalan nila.”

Na-phone patch si Pacquiao sa presscon at aniya, “Unang-una mara­ming salamat sa Mahal na Panginoon para sa ibi­nibigay niyang la­­kas sa akin sa araw-araw. Maraming salamat din sa lahat ng sumusuporta sa akin!”

Sa ngayon ay 135 lbs. na raw ang timbang ni Pacquiao. Kailangan pa niyang magbawas ng 5 pounds, at magagawa naman daw niya iyon.

“Ito ang pinakama­tinding pag-eensayo ko sa buong career ko sa Amerika,” sabi pa ni Pacquiao.

“Everyday, nakaka-33 hanggang 36 rounds ako. Dati, sa training ko, hanggang 20 rounds ako.”

Panay-panay rin daw ang pagtakbo ni Pacquiao at naikot na nga raw niya ang ‘Hollywood.’

Source: Jerry Olea, abantedotcom

TRANSFORMERS (The Pinoy Version)

Posted by JED on Wednesday, February 27, 2008 , under | comments (2)



Just want to share with you some of Pinoy Transformers which I recently received through e-mail.

Katuwaan lang...

1. Regine Velasquez
Before: Down-to-Earth Songbird
After: Alien-like Diva

2. Bernard Palanca
Before: Lanky member of “The Hunks”
After: A Pregnant Chunk of Lard

3. Kim Delos Santos
Before: The Cute-as-Marshmallows Love Interest of Dino Guevarra
After: The Marshmallow Woman / Battered Wife of Dino Guevarra

4. Aiza Seguerra
Before: Prodigious Little Girl
After: Talented Little Boy

5. Angelica Panganiban
Before: Photogenic Missy
After: Photoshopped Hussy

6. Jackielou Blanco
Before: Jackielou Blanco
After: Jackie Lou Ferrigno

7. Rosanna Roces
Before: Outspoken Attention-Whore
After: Outsized Carbohydrates-Whore

8. Rachel Lobangco
Before: Dark-Skinned, Mustached Shh-Boom Girl
After: Bleached and Waxed Bombshell

9. Rustom Padilla
Before: Fair-Skinned Matinee Idol
After: Emaciated Fairy Doll

ANGEL LOCSIN Finally Dares to Bare in "Cosmopolitan"

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Trust Angel Locsin to take everyone by surprise. Despite being a constant fixture on FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World poll, Angel has chosen to pose in a swimsuit for the very first time on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine.

"First time ko ‘to," she told the Cosmo team during the shoot, "I hope it turns out well. Inisip ko kasi, if gagawin ko ‘to, it might as well be on Cosmo." After all, posing for Cosmo would mean reaching fun fearless females like herself.

Despite being one of the biggest names in the industry today, Angel was surprisingly shy at the Cosmo cover shoot, getting quite jittery over the sexy summer shoot and clowning around with the Cosmo team just to loosen up. The jitters don't show in Angel's confident pose, as she says, "Lahat naman tayong mga babae, may body issues, di ba? But you should be happy with your body and comfortable in your own skin."

For Angel, being comfortable in your own skin shows in the way you carry yourself. She encourages Cosmo girls everywhere to make an effort to always look presentable and even dare to be kikay.

"Iba rin yung feeling ‘pag nakaayos kapag lalabas ka't alam mong okay ang itsura mo, ready kang harapin kahit sino." Angel points out, "It's great to be in jeans and T-shirt, but it's also great to be in a dress."

Angel continues to strive towards becoming a better version of herself by branching out of her comfort zone. Since 2007, she has taken time off to study fashion in London, become a first-time producer with the movie Angels, and is now learning how to play the guitar. "You have to keep on learning," she says, "You shouldn't get complacent." Clearly, Angel has become a woman of substance.

Angel sizzles on the cover of Cosmopolitan's March issue, now available in all newsstands and magazine stores nationwide at P125 per copy.

Source: Ingrid Villafuerte, pepdotph

MANDY MOORE: I’m Older & Wiser

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When Mandy Moore comes for a concert at the Eastwood City on March 12, it will be, to quote one of her movies, “a walk to remember.” Eastwood City happens to be the home of the one and only Walk of Fame hereabouts, the Philippine counterpart of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which is the brainchild of German “Kuya Germs” Moreno in cooperation with Wastwood City.


For the event, Eastwood City will transform its outdoor stage into a unique 2,500-seater amphitheater to accommodate the fans of Mandy who has visited the country twice.

As a refresher, Eastwood City sent Funfare this backgrounder:

Born in Nashua, New Hampshire, on April 10, 1984, Mandy has emerged as one of the hottest young stars of today. Since her first CD release with So Real in 1999, Mandy’s career has flourished as she has released even more hit records, starred in several movies (Princess Diaires 1, A Walk to Remember, Saved, Try 17, Chasing Liberty, Americam Dreamz, How to Deal, License to Wed and, coming soon, Because I Said So).

She has released her own clothing line called MBLEM and has reached enormous success with it as her clothes have been sold in stores all across America.

Her new (fifth) CD, called Wild Hope, was released late last year.

Mandy is never too busy to mind the less fortunate. She donated her time to various charities.

Funfare did an exclusive one-on-one with Mandy a few days ago; she was in New York. The STAR (again, the only Philippine broadsheet Mandy talked to) has done two interviews with Mandy. The first was sometime in 2000 when she was just starting as a singer, during the launch of her album Wanna Be With You in Bangkok and then in 2003 when she came to grace the MTV World Music Summit (and also to promote her album Coverage.)

It’s your second time to visit the Philippines. Any fond memories from your first visit?
“Oh, memories! I remember having a chaotic and crazy time at the hotel we were staying in...I remember having a lot of fun...I remember the people being such lovers of music...Well, I just remember really enjoying myself.”

Of course, the Philippines must be memorable to you because of your “special friendship” with a Filipino, pop star Billy Crawford (who once confessed that he briefly went steady with Mandy who confirmed it).

“Oh, yes, yes, I remember Billy. But I haven’t seen or heard from him in a long time. The last time we performed together was years ago, with the *NSYNC. I haven’t talked to him since then.”

I’m sure your fans in the Philippines are eagerly waiting for your concert...

“...Oh, I’m just as excited to sing for them. I’ll be doing songs from my new (fifth) album, Wild Hope, which was released last year. My concert will be a bit different from the last one over there because it shows me going in a different direction. I’m just too excited to share that piece of myself with my fans over there.”

You’ve been performing in concerts and doing movies. Which one are you more comfortable in, singing or acting?
“In singing, I guess...in performing before a ‘live’ audience. There’s nothing more satisfying than seeing your audience enjoy what you are doing and yourself enjoying the whole experience with them. But I do love doing movies, too.”

You write songs, too, don’t you?
“Oh yes, I do!”

How much do you draw from your personal experience when you’re writing songs?
“Subconsciously I do that, I think, just like every other songwriter. You can’t help it.”

Do you write songs better when you’re in love or when you’re out of love?
“You know, it’s easier for me to write songs when I’m not in love. Yes, I do...in my limited experience. Don’t ask me why.”

I’ve seen some of your movies, including A Walk to Remember, Princess Diaries and License to Wed (released recently in the Philippines). You have two more coming soon, Dedication and Southland Tales. In movies, where are you more comfortable, drama or comedy?
“I love doing romantic-comedies because the roles I play are close to who I am, and that makes things easier for me. I play one of those roles in Because I Said So, one of my new movies.”

Who among the actresses do you admire?
“There are a couple of people out there, especially young actresses, people like, uh, Reese Witherspoon. I love the fact that she can do really big mainstream films and kind of go up and do quirky little independent films. She’s loved in both kinds of roles. She’s my role model.”

In an interview published in a recent issue of Jane magazine, you revealed that you went through a period of depression and you arrtibuted it to your split-up with Zach Braff, star of Scrubs. (According to Jane, while promoting his new film, The Last Kiss, Braff opened up about the troubles of dating in Hollywood, saying that his break-up with Mandy in 2006 was due in part to their nine-year age difference and that the scrutiny put on celebrities can be overwhelming. “A relationship is hard, doing it in the public eyes is something that’s very new to me, I was a waiter five years ago and when I was a waiter nobody was telling lies about me in the tabloids. But it’s par for the course.”)

(Mandy was quoted by Jane as saying): “A few months ago, I felt really low, really sad — depressed for no reason. The break-up added to what I was going through, but it’s not the complete reason.”

How do you cope with a broken heart?
“Hmmmm...I guess I just surround myself with people I love and who love me, no matter what. Or I spend some time just being by myself. That helps, I guess.”

By the way, how did you spend Valentine’s Day?
“Alone...at home.”

Do you find it difficult to combine your career and your love life?
“No, not really. I would I say I don’t find it any more difficult than anybody else would. It’s all about prioritizing and finding equal time for both.”

As far as dating and courtship are concerned, are you the old-fashioned type?
“Hmmmm...A bit old-fasioned and a bit modern. But I don’t find doing my fair share when I’m out on a date.”

You’re 23 and you’ve have gone through a lot of things since you were 15 when you entered showbiz. How different are you now from what you were then?
“Hmmmm...good question. Let me see...Yes, I’m older and wiser. I’ve met new friends and wonderful people in my life. I’ve done things that I’m really proud of. I’ve been through ups and downs but, yes, I’m good!”

(Note: Mandy Moore Live at Eastwood City will be held on March 12, starting at 7:30 p.m. For ticket inquiries, call 687-1499 or 687-6770 to 74; text 0917-8-EWCITY.)

Source: Ricky Lo, Philstardotcom

DAVID HERNANDEZ of American Idol 7: Gay Stripper?

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An interesting rumor has just surfaced that David Hernandez was a stripper in Phoenix before his time on American Idol. Obviously we're not 100% sure, but here's what we've found so far. After rumors were posted around the internet that David has a steady boyfriend of 2-3 years and that he stripped at Dick's Cabaret, we found pictures of David working at Burn, a gay nightclub that just recently closed in Phoenix. Obviously you don't wear the club's logo if you don't work there. So although we haven't found any pictures of him stripping just yet, we're still on the hunt, and the pictures we found are leading us in the right direction. We'll keep you updated.




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2008 Oscars Ratings Sink to All-Time Low

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US television ratings for this year’s Oscars sunk to an all-time low, preliminary figures showed Monday, as viewers turned their back on a ceremony dominated by dark, bleak films.

According to figures from Nielsen Media Research, Sunday’s three-hour-long ceremony at the Kodak Theatre averaged an audience of only 32 million viewers, the worst since records began in 1974.

The previous lowest figure had been in 2003, when only 33.04 million people tuned in for a ceremony won by “Chicago” that took place just days after the beginning of the US-led war in Iraq.

Final figures are due to be released on Tuesday but are not expected to change significantly. If the 2008 figures are confirmed, it would represent a drop of more than 20 percent from last year’s average audience of 41 million.

The record-low audience came in a year when the Oscars race for best picture was dominated by films that received critical acclaim but struggled to perform at the box-office.

Only one film out of the five best picture nominees — the teenage comedy “Juno” — broke the 100 million dollar barrier this year.

Analysts say there is a high correlation between the box-office popularity of films nominated for the Oscars best picture and television viewership for the Academy Awards.

The largest average audience ever for the Oscars telecast came in 1998, when 55.25 million watched the ceremony which was won by “Titanic”, the highest grossing movie of all time with box-office earnings of 1.85 billion dollars.

Sunday’s Oscars were won by Joel and Ethan Coen’s bleak thriller “No Country for Old Men,” a grim adapation of Cormac McCarthy’s novel of the same name.

The film won four awards — best picture, best director, best adapted screenplay and best supporting actor.

The acting awards on Sunday were swept by non-American actors for the first time since 1965.

CHARICE PEMPENGCO on QTV's "Pinaka"

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Youtube sensation Charice Pempengco was featured on QTV’s Pinaka as one of the “Pinoys Who Made It Big On The Internet”.



And here’s a video montage featuring different performances of Charice from the very first singing contest that she joined to the present…


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JENNYLYN's Letter To Her Unborn Child

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To my dearest baby,


First of all, I want you to know that Mommy loves you very much. I may not be sure how to show it or how to make you feel it, but I love you deeply because you are my life and I know that you know that because you are keeping me strong. God has given you to me to be my strength and inspiration.

Baby, I also want to tell you that I am very sorry. If I could have chosen a better circumstance for you to be brought into this world, I would. But I couldn’t, kaya I’m sorry that you will have to grow up in an imperfect world. Mommy did not have an ideal childhood, and I wanted sana to spare you from the complications of being born into a broken home. But Daddy and I are both not ready, kaya hindi namin maibibigay sa’yo ‘yung complete family that you deserve. Pero, Baby, we love you very much at kahit hindi buo ang family natin, our love for you will keep you whole. I promise you that.

As much as natatakot ako that I will not be a perfect mommy, I am excited to have you na, Baby. I want to cuddle you and kiss you and witness all your firsts. We will sing together and laugh together and have sobrang madaming-madaming fun.
I promise you that, as best as I can, I will protect you from harm. I may not be able to prevent other people and things from hurting you but I will always be here to cry with you and to comfort you. I will take care of you the best way I can because I love you very much, Baby.

You came into my life as a blessing from God, and I will forever be thankful to Him for that. You are the reason why I am happy because God gave you to me as a promise that everything will be okay. And, I assure you, all will be okay, Baby. Just be strong and I will also be strong for you.

Mommy loves you very much.

— MOMMY

Source: Ricky Lo, PhilStar

OSCAR 2008 Winners

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Best Picture: 'No Country for Old Men'

Best Director: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen (No Country For Old Men)


Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis (There Will Be Blood)


Best Actress: Marion Cotillard (La Vie en Rose)


Best Supporting Actor: Javier Bardem (No Country For Old Men)


Best Supporting Actress: Tilda Swinton (Michael Clayton)


Best Animated Feature Film: 'Ratatouille'
Best Foreign Film: 'Counterfeiters' (Austria)
Best Original Screenplay: Diablo Cody (Juno)
Best Adapted Screenplay: Joel Coen & Ethan Coen (No Country For Old Men)
Best Documentary Feature: 'Taxi to the Dark Side'
Best Original Score: Dario Marianelli ('Atonement')
Best Original Song: Falling Slowly ('Once')
Best Film Editing: Christopher Rouse ('The Bourne Ultimatum')
Best Documentary - Short Subject: Cynthia Wade and Vanessa Roth ('Freeheld')
Best Cinematography: Robert Elswit (There Will Be Blood)
Best Costume Design: Alexandra Byrne ('Elizabeth: The Golden Age')
Best Sound Mixing: Scott Millan, David Parker and Kirk Francis (The Bourne Ultimatum)
Best Sound Editing: Karen Baker Landers and Per Hallberg (The Bourne Ultimatum)
Best Live Action Short Film: 'Le Mozart des Pickpockets (The Mozart of Pickpockets)'
Best Animated Short Film: 'Peter & the Wolf'
Best Makeup: Didier Lavergne and Jan Archibald ('La Vie en Rose')
Best Art Direction: Dante Ferretti; Set Decoration: Francesca Lo Schiavo ('Sweeney Todd')
Lifetime Achievement Award: Robert F. Boyle Art Direction/Production Design
Best Visual Effects: Michael Fink, Bill Westenhofer, Ben Morris and Trevor Wood ('The Golden Compass')

REGINE VELASQUEZ Speaks Up Regarding "Lipatan" Issue

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Regine Velasquez, guested live on The Buzz to finally put an end to the weeklong controversy about her career status.


Regine Velasquez - The Buzz
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GRETCHEN Nag-Walk Out sa Entertainment Live

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Nag-walk out si Gretchen Barretto sa guesting niya sa Entertainment Live noong Sabado. Hindi nagustuhan ni Gretchen ang report ng Entertainment Live tungkol sa away nila ni Nadia Montenegro. Galit na galit si Gretchen kaya minabuti niya na mag-walk out.


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