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Saturday, October 17, 2015
But worry no more, you can also get your tickets by calling Ticketworld hotline 891.9999. Hurry, buy your tickets now!
But what if an offer to put together these two biggest loveteams in a movie came to their direction, is this something that she might be willing to accept?
“Oh, my God, isa ako sa producer, puny#t*! Ako magpu-produce!” she answered laughing.
To prove they're not just "all about kilig," Eat Bulaga Kalyeserye announced on Saturday that ALDUB is set to stage its much-anticipated grand fans day-slash-bayanihan event called "Tamang Panahon: ALDUB Library Project" at the 55,000 seater Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan on October 24 (not October 17 as previously reported by Showbiznest).
Tickets can be sold at the following select Ticket World outlets:
100% of the ticket sales will be given to public libraries nationwide such as Ongol Ilya Primary School, Tambacan Elementary School, and Lumban Central Elementary School.
Watch the AlDub Bear Brand Adult Plus TVC below:
So what next for the power tandem? Reportedly next in line are Neozep, Head & Shoulders, Red Ribbon, and Coca-Cola.
Alden Richards second studio album earns a Gold Record award even before it was released? Whoah! Congrats @aldenrichards02 @mainedcm #ALDUBTheBigSurprise @artistcenter @gmarecordsA video posted by Jeng Bauto (@showbiznest) on
After his much-felt absence last week, Alden Richards returns on "Sunday Pinasaya" this Sunday, October 18 with a grand comeback offerings that will surely delight his supporters.
Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYICtdYDqS8 (timecode: 43:20)
The Pambansang Bae is also set to launch the much-anticipated official music video for his bestselling single "Wish I May" off of his second studio album released by GMA Records.
ABS-CBN's “Isang Bayan Para Kay Pacman” Campaign Receives Best Sports Digital Platform from Asia Sports Industry Awards
The “Isang Bayan Para Kay Pacman” was a month-long campaign of the Kapamilya network in promoting the airing of the the megafight between Filipino ring icon and People’s Champ Manny Pacquiao and flamboyant American champion, Floyd Mayweather, Jr. on ABS-CBN. The campaign involved digital interactivity through the use of the hashtag #OneForPacman where people can show their support for Pacquiao prior to his fight.
Another highlight of the campaign was the microsite the network created where people can throw their support via an interactive punching bag that one can click and “punch” showing that behind every punch of Manny is the strength of millions of Filipinos. The punch meter on the website garnered 126 million punches.
“Our win against some of the best campaigns in the region is a testament to the power of teamwork and excellence at ABS-CBN Sports. We’ve shown that we can top some of the very best Sports marketing projects around the Southeast Asian region with the work that we do,” said ABS-CBN Sports head Dino Laurena.
The Asia Sports Industry Awards recognizes and celebrates business leaders, organizations, facilities and campaigns at the forefront of the sporting industry, that have made a contribution to the growth and development of sports across South East Asia in the past eighteen months.
ABS-CBN, through ABS-CBN Sports, brings to free TV games of international and popular leagues such as the NBA, UEFA Champions League, and is the home of collegiate basketball in the country being the broadcast partner of the NCAA and UAAP. They also broadcast big fight events from the UFC aside from sports lifestyle shows such as “Upfront at the UAAP.”
Star Cinema is expected to laugh its way to the bank with its latest offering that will surely breaks another box-office records.
Hey Anne Curtis, can you handle this? Vice Ganda, can you handle this? Maja, Kim, Shaina, can you handle this?
In a statement released by ABS-CBN, the forecast of heavy rainfall brought about by typhoon "Lando" this weekend prompted ABS-CBN to prepare and "be ready to respond to the needs of our Kapamilyas in Northern and Central Luzon."
In its latest weather bulletin, PAGASA said that "Lando" has maintained its strength as it moves closer to Isabela-Aurora area. Public storm signal warnings have been raised over 27 areas in Luzon.
"Hence, ABS-CBN deemed it best to cancel the 'Kapamilya Thank You: ASAP 20, Biyaheng Cebu," the statement from ABS-CBN read.
The show will be rescheduled and ticket holders are advised to wait for future announcements.
Sarah Lahbati topbills “MMK” for the first time this Saturday (October 17) as she portrays “Bituing Walang Ningning” star Monica Sacay.
At an early age, Monica joined singing contests in her province. Together with her mother Myrna (Aiko Melendez), who is also a singer, they would perform at wakes, birthday parties, and other events.
She was only eight years old when she ended up under the care of her aunt Ethel (Francine Prieto) after her mother succumbed to cervical cancer. To support her schooling, Monica peddled rice cakes and ice candies. To attract more customers, Monica serenaded them with her sweet voice.
In 2010, Ethel convinced her to join ABS-CBN’s talent search “Star Power” where she finished 2nd runner-up.
It opened doors for her to begin the career she had always wanted and also gave her a taste of the show business. But at 15 years old, Monica got caught up with the lifestyle and tried to fit in by putting on a new persona, which affected her personal relationships with some people closest to her. As offers and gigs started to dwindle, Monica returned to Ormoc and resumed her normal life. Until one day, opportunity knocked once more.
Joining the upcoming “MMK” episode are Yesha Camille, Simon Ibarra, Mara Lopez, Jacob Dionisio, Kyle Secades, Katya Santos, Kyline Alcantara, Margo Midwinter, Mikee Agustin, Chienna Filomeno, and Jong Cuenco. The episode is directed by Raz Dela Torre and written by Ruel Montanez. “MMK” is led by business unit head Malou Santos.
Don’t miss the longest-running drama anthology in Asia, “MMK,” every Saturday, 8pm, after “The Voice Kids” on ABS-CBN. For more updates, log on to MMK.abs-cbn.com, follow @MMKOfficial on Twitter, and “like” Facebook.com/MMKOfficial. Tweet your thoughts about this Saturday’s episode by using the hashtag #MMKKontesera.
Immediately after leaving the Pinoy Big Brother House, Dawn Chang, the "Bombshell Baker ng Parañaque," released a NSFW video produced by Cloak Media Production showing the dancer/baker/model in a super sexy "lingerie" video. Check out below:
Knowing that his action defied the norms of the airlines, Justin shared that he was put on a 6-days suspension for his actions.
Friday, October 16, 2015
A video of pop star Ariana Grande switching notes singing an operatic song called “E Più Ti Penso” with music legend Andrea Bocelli is hits a little less than 3 million hits on YouTube in just 3 days. Whoah!
Experience the joy of a #SmartLife. Just text SHAREJOY to 238 for more info.
Jasmine Curtis-Smith spreads joy by giving away FREE gadgets to unsuspecting office employees having lunch in a convenient store and to lucky students in the University-Belt area. Watch below:
“Feng Shui 2”, graded A by the Cinema Evaluation Board is the 2014 sequel to the phenomenal Chito Rono cult classic of the same title. The film also became Star Cinema’s MMFF entry last year and amassed P235 million, making it the highest grossing Filipino horror of all time.
The sequel follows the story of Lester Anonuevo (Coco Martin), a man who struggles to make ends meet. One day, he steals the cursed bagua from a Chinese temple and suddenly he experiences a reversal of luck. But things take a turn for the worst when a series of deaths occur in his family and in his neighborhood. When fate brings Lester and Joy (Kris Aquino), the previous owner of the cursed bagua together, they discover that the curse has gained more power, causing two deaths at a time. With a challenging bout, Lester and Joy must unite and find a way to end the dreaded curse.
Definitelyfilipino.com congratulated Rono on his storytelling: "He was able to flawlessly bridge the Feng Shui film ten years ago to this year’s new sequel."
“Feng Shui 2” also bagged commendation for its cinematography by Neil Daza, according to Ferdinand Godinez of website, The National. “Feng Shui 2 boasts impressive cinematography compared with its predecessor. The sweeping, dark, panoramic shots of Binondo district in Manila perfectly build up the tension. Binondo, of course, is also the city’s Chinatown, complementing the Chinese motifs that recur in the story,”
The film garnered so many positive reviews, with Philbert Dy of Clickthecity.com giving it a four out of five stars rating. In his review, Philbert wrote that, “the movie is best when it plays by its own rules, building the horror from a logical set of circumstances. Thankfully, the movie does that for a good long time, which is more than one can say for most local examples of the genre.”
“Feng Shui 2,” the perfect Halloween blockbuster treat of the channel is just one of the many well-loved films that Cinema One will showcase this October to fulfill its aim to become a platform for Filipinos to watch blockbuster films at the comfort of their own home. The show will also have an encore airing on October 24, 930PM.
The hit teleserye got a national TV rating of 42.9% or 24 points higher than its rival show "Marimar" with only 18.5%, according to the data from Kantar Media.
The story gets more and more intense as Cardo now assumes the identity of his deceased twin brother Ador.
How long can he keep his cover? Will Cardo be able to fulfill his mission? Don't miss the thrilling episodes of the top-rating primetime teleserye, "Ang Probinsyano," weeknights after TV Patrol. For more information, log-on to www.abs-cbn.com or follow ABS-CBN on Facebook and Twitter (@abscbndotcom).
James Bond 'Spectre' is Bigger, Better than 'Skyfall'
When approaching the 24th James Bond movie, SPECTRE, from Albert R. Broccoli's EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment, the filmmakers were keen to ensure that the film followed on closely from its predecessor, the $1.1 billion global smash Skyfall. Daniel Craig, of course, is back for his fourth outing as 007, while the characters of Q (played by Ben Whishaw) and Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) both return after their reintroduction to the series in Skyfall. The new M (Ralph Fiennes) also returns.
The chance to explore all these characters' stories was of vital importance to Sam Mendes, who is back for a second stint in the director's chair. "It all starts from character with me," begins the Academy Award®-winner, "and I wanted to explore all sorts of different aspects of the characters that I'd left behind in Skyfall. We had populated MI6 with a whole new generation of people — a new M, a new Moneypenny and a new Q. I wanted to let those relationships develop and grow."
For actor Daniel Craig, the remit for SPECTRE was even simpler. "We wanted to be better than Skyfall," he says. "It is as simple as that. We didn't have a choice; we had to be bigger and better. With Skyfall, we set something in motion and we wanted to go a bit further with it and experiment a bit more."
Bond was rejuvenated at the end of Skyfall. "He had a sense of new beginnings," continues Mendes, and this had a profound effect on SPECTRE. In the new movie, the world's most famous secret agent is an entirely proactive character, in control of his own destiny. He has a focussed mission from the outset and nothing, and no one, is going to stand in his way.
"Skyfall was an entirely reactive movie as far as Bond was concerned," explains Mendes. "In the first sequence he was pursuing somebody with all his old focus and drive, but he gets shot before the credits even roll and for the rest of the movie he is one step behind Javier Bardem's character, Silva. You could even argue that at the end of Skyfall he has failed. He has not kept M alive, and though Silva's death is a victory for Bond, there are other elements that are failures. Hence, with SPECTRE, I wanted to give him a chance of redemption."
EON Productions' Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, long-serving producers of the franchise, agree. "I think this film is very much about the empowerment of Bond," says Broccoli, "and with Daniel portraying the character, he does this with such enormous integrity that we really feel what he is going through, emotionally as well as physically."
Bond's proactive nature has given the filmmakers plenty of scope in terms of location and narrative ideas. The film sees a cryptic message from the past, which sends 007 on a rogue mission to Mexico City and eventually Rome, where he meets Lucia Sciarra (Monica Bellucci), the widow of an infamous criminal. When overseas, Bond infiltrates a secret meeting and uncovers the existence of a sinister organisation known as SPECTRE.
This infamous organisation has featured in six previous Bond films — Dr No, From Russia With Love, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service and Diamonds Are Forever — introducing a whole host of villains. The latest film, however, sees the organisation reimagined for the 21st century.
"What we've got here is a kind of creation myth at play," says Mendes. "We are not adhering to any previous version of the SPECTRE story. We are creating our own version. Our film is a way of rediscovering SPECTRE and the super villain, setting him up again for the next generation."
Craig concurs. "Having SPECTRE in the film opens up lots of avenues for us to explore," the actor says. "Having this organisation allows us to be both traditional while also bringing in something very new."
Opening across the Philippines on Friday, Nov. 06, "Spectre" will be distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International.
Lea and Brad accompanied by Oscar-winning composer Alan Menken on the piano in this exclusive performance of their iconic duet, "A Whole New World," from Disney's "Aladdin."
Thursday, October 15, 2015
May mga pagkakamali ako sa past Ate Vice, dun sa mga pagkakamali na ‘yun may matututunan ka and you never judge a person dahil nagkamali ka kasi wala naming perpektong tao ‘di ba. Nagkamali ka bumangon ka sa tingin ko may dahilan ‘yung lahat kung bakit nangyayari yung mga nangyari. And sa tingin ko yung mga experiences ko na masasakit before, ‘yun yung nagging sandata ko ngayon para maging strong as a person. Wala po akong anak Ate Vice,”
Followed up by a question on whether she had an abortion or not in the past.
Hindi po ako nagpalaglag ever sa buong buhay ko. Catholic po ako if ever na magkakaroon ako ng isang blessing aalagaan ko siya mamahalin ko siya.”
Check out this video as Kris tour the house of Jennylyn as featured on "Kris TV".
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Maine Mendoza (Yaya Dub) - Catholic Social Media Achievement Award for being influential in propagating Christian values to the youth
Lola Nidora - Catholic Social Media Award for being instrumental in spreading good values in media
Alden Richards - Catholic Social Media Award for being a good youth role model
TAPE Inc. - Achievement Award for producing #KalyeSerye and giving importance to promoting Christian family values and virtues
AlDubNation Team wins Achievement Award for spreading #KalyeSerye values online through inspirational posts and tweets
Dawin, the voice behind the hit song "Desert," made popular in the Philippines by Eat Bulaga! Kalyeserye as Lola Nidora's theme song, sent his regards to AlDub Nation and Eat Bulaga via Twitter on Monday.
The singer even dare Lola Nidora, after watching the show, to a dance showdown.
Petit is the only one in history who has ever, or will ever, walk in the immense void between the World Trade Center towers. It’s a role that few other actors could play as memorably. “This was one of those roles that felt so particularly tailored to my desires and individual talents,” says Gordon-Levitt.
“When I first met Joe, I felt that he completely understood the heart and soul of this character,” says director Robert Zemeckis. “If you look at Joe’s body of work, he’s very much the consummate showman.”
Indeed, “The Walk” would make full use of Gordon-Levitt’s physical capabilities (as he has put on display multiple times, from a memorable song-and-dance routine, incorporating multiple backflips, in his hosting duties on “Saturday Night Live,” to spending weeks on a bicycle to film the lead role in the well-regarded thriller “Premium Rush”), melded with his abilities as an entertainer, as seen in his hosting duties on his television program, “HitRECord on TV,” combined with his interest in acting in thrillers, such as “Inception,” “Looper,” and “The Dark Knight Rises.”
In fact, Gordon-Levitt embraced the challenge of walking on the wire. “It was a serious challenge, but I like a challenge,” he says. “I love doing stuff with my body – incorporating physicality into a performance. There’s nothing like a close-up in a movie, but what you can convey to the audience with your body is also part of what makes the whole thing fun.”
“What is wire walking?” asks Zemeckis. “You could say it’s a stunt because it’s risky. It’s dangerous, that sort of stunt — you’re on a wire hanging, in the case of the World Trade Center towers, over 1300 feet in the air — but it’s also dance. It’s also gymnastics. It’s also ballet. It’s a whole physical performance, it’s not just the stunt—it’s an art form unto itself. It’s really interesting in that regard. In movie terms, it’s stunt work, but in reality it’s really probably ballet.”
So, Gordon-Levitt learned to walk on the wire. He couldn’t have asked for a better teacher: Philippe Petit himself. “I spent eight days straight with Philippe in a one-on-one workshop with him,” he says. “He was really generous with his time with me; we spent quite a bit of time together. He was teaching me how to walk on a wire, but what he was really teaching me was much broader than that. For Philippe, that balance on the wire is a metaphor for his whole life and creativity.”
Gordon-Levitt says that Petit also shared his advice and wisdom for high-wire walking. “Before I met him, when I had just read his books and seen his interviews, I heard him say, ‘I never fall,’ and I’ll admit, at first, I misinterpreted it. I thought, ‘Well, that’s arrogant; he could fall.’ But then when we were together, he taught me what he meant by that. He said, ‘I jump, because it’s a decision.’ You never want to keep fighting the balance to the point that you lose control. If you are having a problem, you make a decision before it’s too late, and you deal with it. Either you jump to the mat, or, if you’re on the high wire, you kneel down. You do something about it, you don’t just fall.”
“I was able to teach him how to walk on the wire,” says Petit. “I did a private, one-on-one workshop, excruciatingly tiring, nine AM to five PM every day. Breaks of only thirty seconds – that’s how I was. I wouldn't let him go. We started with the line on the floor, and by the end of our time, he was seven feet high on a thirty feet long wire.”
But Petit says that learning to walk the wire isn’t a matter of learning how to balance on a thin piece of rope; it’s about artistry. “I taught him my wire, not the high wire,” he says. “I taught him that there is no balance unless your body and your soul, or your heart or your mind, is in unison with your feet and with a balancing pole being held in your arms. And that to me is the secret of balance. Without passion, without soul, you'll have a dumb acrobat on a rope.”
Ultimately, for Gordon-Levitt, wire-walking is a lot like acting. “The first step is very difficult, because you’re confronted with doubts,” he explains. “But then the challenge was to put the doubts aside and just focus on the joy, the enjoyment – I can do this, this is not hard. It reminds me of acting. You can get up in your head and think, ‘Oh my God, they’re rolling film, all these people are watching, I can’t mess this up’ – and you’re screwed. You can’t think that way. You have to be able to set all of those thoughts aside and focus. I felt a very parallel experience walking on the wire.”
Beyond learning to wire walk, Gordon-Levitt also found inspiration in playing the role of Petit. “Philippe – what a character!” he says. “I’m lucky that I got to know and make friends with him. Getting to know his fierce determination and focus and, at the same time, this whimsical and exceedingly gentle, positive, magic person-to-person connection that he has – it’s really quite a combination.”
To play the role – a real person – the actor says that it was more important to capture the nature of the man than to do an impersonation. “The best way for me, as an actor, to honor a real person is to take them into my own self. Rather than slavishly imitate, I absorbed what I loved and admired about Philippe, and played my version of that. The most important thing was to tell the overall story that Philippe was telling by walking on this wire: you can do anything you imagine. You can create the impossible. That’s what magic is; that’s what art is.”
Robert Zemeckis, the master director of such marvels as “Forrest Gump,” “Cast Away,” “Back to the Future,” “Polar Express” and “Flight,” again uses cutting edge technology in the service of an emotional, character-driven story. With innovative photorealistic techniques and IMAX® 3D wizardry, “The Walk” is genuine big-screen cinema, a chance for moviegoers to viscerally experience the feeling of reaching the clouds.
Opening across the Philippines in October 14, “The Walk” is distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International.
Boss Vic will handle all entertainment shows, including those which will be line-produced for TV5. He will also be in-charge of the Network’s content strategy.
Boss Vic, for his part, said that “he is excited with the limitless possibilities that this partnership between two industry leaders in showcasing the creative talents of the Filipino to the world.”
“Viva has always pioneered in bringing new talents and creative concepts in ways that the public would highly appreciate so we owe it to our audiences to bring them the best and most interesting shows that they can take to heart and claim as their very own,” he stressed. He said that TV5 and the collaborative spirit that he found in his working with the MVP group, “gives impetus to the Network’s goal of reaching out and providing the best in entertainment programs to every Filipino wherever he or she may be in the world.”
Dumating na si Alden, pero aalis naman si Yaya Dub papuntang probinsiya. Pati si Tito, Vic at Allan naiyak sa eksena nila kanina. Ano ba???Pero sabi nga ni Lola Nidora:" "Minsan may mga bagay na gusto mong hawakan pero hindi kasya sa kamay mo. Ang hindi kaya ng kamay mo, hawakan mo ng puso mo... Ang pag-ibig ay hindi madamot. Hindi araw-araw kilig. Hindi araw-araw pasko. Pero anuman ang mangyari - makita nyo sana ang dahilan sa mga nangyayari sa buhay nyo.Hindi mo pwedeng hatiin ang puso mo... pati katawan mo. May oras para sa lahat ng bagay...Alden, wag kang bibitaw... Malapit na ang tamang panahon.."
Posted by AlDub on Wednesday, October 14, 2015
"On The Wings of Love" Phenomenon Hits Televiewers Worldwide
More and more Filipinos of all ages here and abroad are catching the "OTWOL" fever brought by the top-rating Kapamilya primetime series "On the Wings of Love" starring the phenomenal love team of James Reid and Nadine Lustre.
Every night, fans religiously stay glued to their TV screens to catch the development in the romance between Clark and Leah and how they are trying to conquer the challenges that keep them apart.
Because of the show's 'kilig' factor and appealing story, "On the Wings of Love" has captured the hearts of viewers and has consistently recorded strong ratings nationwide since it premiered.
Those who missed an episode or those who want to watch again their favorite "OTWOL" scenes have been spending time to catch the series on iWant TV, the free online catch-up service of ABS-CBN. Because of this, "On the Wings of Love" was recently named as the most watched program on iWant TV with a whopping 3.7 million page views for September alone.
Apart from the series, "On the Wings of Love" collectibles are also selling fast in The ABS-CBN Store and online (abs-cbnstore.com). Among the regular bestsellers are the "On the Wings of Love" pillows, while pre-orders for the couple rings inspired by the series also poured in a week before it was officially launched mid-September, according to The ABS-CBN Store.
Another premium "On the Wings of Love" collectible fans are clamoring to get their hands on is the official scrapbook of the hit Kapamilya series. A few weeks back, an estimated 4,000 cheering fans flocked to the scrapbook launch organized by ABS-CBN Publishing and Dreamscape. To date, the scrapbook has sold more than 10,000 copies and is now on its second printing.
Even in the digital sphere, the "OTWOL" fever is getting stronger. Netizens regularly tweet their reactions about each episode, making "On the Wings of Love" a regular trending topic worldwide.
Famous personalities could not escape the "OTWOL" fever as well. Joining the pack of certified OTWOListas led by Vice Ganda, Bernadette Sembrano, Marvin Agustin, Luis Manzano, Kyla, director Badji Mortiz, Kat de Castro, and basketball star Paulo Hubalde are Bianca Gonzalez, Myrtle Sarrosa, John Lapus, Kiray Celis, Darla Sauler, UAAP volleyball stars Mika Reyes, Gretchen Ho, and director Jose Javier Reyes, who was Antoinette Jadaone's scriptwriting teacher.
Because the series champions OFW issues, Filipinos overseas are also hooked on "On the Wings of Love." In an interview with "TV Patrol," James recounted that while he and Nadine were in London for their "ASAP20" show, fans were calling them by their character names.
"The OFW issues that are featured in the series are based on research because we wanted it to be realistic. Dreamscape tapped the research team of ABS-CBN in North America and we found out that OFW issues vary per state in the US," said executive producer Arnel Nacario.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer also praised the top-rating series for its OFW representation and for highlighting the challenges and worries overseas Filipinos go through.
Praises for "On the Wings of Love" have also flooded director Antoinette Jadaone's social media accounts. On Twitter, she recently expressed her gratitude to everyone who sent her positive reactions because of the mix of sweet and heartbreaking scenes.
As "On the Wings of Love" continues to touch viewers, the latest development in the series will focus on Clark and Leah's shot at love in the Philippines.
In the Philippines, Clark and Leah will continue to face big challenges that will test the strength of their relationship. The next chapter of "On the Wings of Love" will showcase Clark attempting to win the approval of Leah's father, Mang Sol (Joel Torre) who got mad when he discovered that her daughter and Clark got married without his consent.
Avid viewers of "On the Wings of Love" will also witness Clark's immersion in the Filipino culture of courtship that will involve him driving Mang Sol's jeepney, among other exciting scenes.
Will Clark and Leah finally achieve a happy ending in the Philippines? Don't miss another batch of must-see moments between Clark and Leah in "On the Wings of Love," which is extended until next year, on ABS-CBN. For more information, visit Dreamscape Entertainment Television on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.