Saturday, April 8, 2017
- Season Four winner of Food Network's The Great Food Truck Race in 2013, Lanai Tabura
- Founder of the successful crowdfunded Passion Planner, Angelia Trinidad
- Singer-musician-songwriter-recording-artist AJ Rafael
- Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of mydiveo.com Roslynn Cobarrubias and
- Celebrity chef Charleen Caabay of Food Network's “Chopped”
Monday, April 3, 2017
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2. GREAT OCEAN ROAD RUNNING FESTIVAL IN AUSTRALIA
Kapuso actor Mikael Daez is happy and overwhelmed that despite his tight schedule with GMA afternoon prime's toprating series Legally Blind opposite Janine Gutierrez, his mother network let him take a day off to meet with some entertainment and food bloggers for an afternoon of Food Park Challenge at Markina Food Carnival in Marikina City.
For Maine Mendoza and the rest of the stars of "Destined To Be Yours," there's nothing quite like working...at the beach.
Asia’s Pop Sweetheart Julie Anne San Jose received a Silver Award equivalent to Second Place for her song Tidal Wave in the 12th International Song Contest: The Global Sound after getting a total of 500 points.
The Gold Award, however, was awarded to the group Temple Sour from Peru after getting a total of 501 points for their song ‘Te Gusto (I Like You).
Some of this years contestants include Danish Pop band Lukas Graham, Singaporean singer-songwriter JJ L and South Korean ballad duo Davichi.
Alden Richards was awarded Gold Record status for his sophomore album under GMA Records entitled "Say It Again".
Congratulations to our Pambansang Bae @aldenrichards02 for his GOLD Record Award on his #SayItAgain album! pic.twitter.com/4mMA7OVnCy— GMA Records (@RealGMARecords) April 2, 2017
The first teaser for "La Luna Sangre" is out showing the lead stars Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo, as their characters, trying to kill each other while showcasing the combat techniques they picked up while shooting for the upcoming primetime fantasy series.
ABS-CBN has released the trade trailer of the upcoming afternoon series "Pusong Ligaw" starring Beauty Gonzalez, Bianca King, Diego Loyzaga, and Sofia Andres.
The first trailer for "Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin," the new teleserye billed as the reunion project of Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson, has been released.
The star-studded event brought together over thirty artists trained and honed by the talent management arm of the Kapuso network - GMA Artist Center (GMAAC).
Fans from different parts of the country, as far as Leyte, came to see their favorite stars up close.
See a few unforgettable moments from the gathering here:
Although they failed to beat Team ArSue - Arci Munoz and Sue Ramirez - Cheerdancing act that made them the Week 4 winner of ABS-CBN artista reality-talent competition "I Can Do That," JC Santos and Cristine Reyes, Team JCTine, took to the social media by storm with their steamy pole dancing routine set to Aegis' "Sinta" last weekend.
#SmartMusicLive Gives Away Free Pre-Event Access and VIP Tickets to FIFTH HARMONY 7/27 Tour in Manila on April 5 at MOA Arena
Over 3,500 Pirated DVDs Surrendered to ABS-CBN from Dragon Mart, Red Carpet Express and Other Stores in Toronto, Canada
Joey King is one of the leading teen actresses in the world today having been, at 17, in the business for over a decade. She has starred in such blockbusters as The Conjuring, Oz the Great and Powerful, The Dark Knight Rises and White House Down. Now, she plays the granddaughter of Michael Caine's character in New Line Cinema's a fun and fast-paced comedy Going in Style.
In the film, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin team up as lifelong buddies Willie, Joe and Albert, who decide to buck retirement and step off the straight-and-narrow for the first time in their lives when their pension fund becomes a corporate casualty. Desperate to pay the bills and come through for their loved ones, the three risk it all by embarking on a daring bid to knock off the very bank that absconded with their money.
Adding to Joe's (Caine) resolve to rob a bank is the fact that his family relies on him to help keep a roof over their heads. Says Caine, "He has a granddaughter named Brooklyn (King) whom he adores, and her mom is a single mother who works very hard but it's not enough. Joe is just trying to make the payments and keep it all going. But now the bank is going to foreclose on the house and they have to be out in 20 days."
In the role of 14-year-old Brooklyn, director Zach Braff cast Joey King, then 16. "The part was written younger, and for a boy, but I thought it would be interesting to see the relationship of a grandfather trying to keep up with an energetic, teenage girl, so Ted Melfi rewrote it for Joey," Braff says. "I first met Joey on Sam Raimi's Oz the Great and Powerful, and I thought, 'This little girl is something special.' Then I cast her in Wish I Was Here. She's a phenomenal actress."
"Joe and Brooklyn have a great, loving connection," says King. "They're more like best friends than grandfather and granddaughter, and are always having discussions. It's such a sweet rapport. He's proud of how smart she is and he's always looking toward her future, and she really brings out his fun and youthful side. Plus, they're protective of each other."
King is currently in South Africa in production on Netflix's feature The Kissing Booth, and is attached as the title character in Catherine Hardwicke's Stargirl, based on the bestselling young adult novel by Jerry Spinelli. She will also be seen starring as a wayward, pot-smoking runaway in Smartass, and alongside James Franco, Will Ferrell, Seth Rogen, and Megan Fox in Franco's indie dramedy Zeroville.
Opening across the Philippines on April 6, 2017, Going in Style is distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.
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