Bela on breakups: Move on agad, no regrets

January 17, 2020
BELA Padilla and JC Santos are together again after they did two consecutive hits, “100 Tula Para Kay Stella” and “The Day After Valentine”, both directed by Jason Paul Laxamana. They were also together in the Metro filmfest topgrosser, “Miracle Cell No. 7”, but they don’t play romantic lovers.

Kyline doesn’t adhere to having a loveteam

January 16, 2020
KYLINE Alcantara is happy to be a regular on GMA-7’s newest weekend noontime show, “All Out Sundays”, as it gives her the chance to sing and dance in fabulous musical numbers. Some folks are quick to observe that she is reunited with Miguel Tanfelix, who was linked to her when they were doing “Kambal Karibal”, with Miguel’s ka-love team, Bianca Umali, in turn being linked to Ruru Madrid.

Movie review: Jojo Rabbit

January 16, 2020
CURRENTLY showing is “Jojo Rabbit”, a film that got several Oscar nominations, including best picture. See it right away before it vanishes. It is directed by New Zealand filmmaker-actor Taika Waititi, who hit it big in Hollywood when he helmed “Thor: Ragnarok”. He also wrote the screenplay of “Jojo Rabbit”, based on the 2004 book “Caging Skies” by Christine Leunen, a New Zealand-Belgian writer.

Yam the director praises Yam the actress

January 15, 2020
DIRECTOR Yam Laranas is best known for horror flicks like “Sigaw”, “Patient X”, “The Road”, “Aurora”. He now comes up with his latest scary thriller, “Night Shift”, starring Yam Concepcion, opening in theaters on January 22. It’s about a morgue assistant who gets trapped inside the hospital morgue on a rainy night, played by Yam Concepcion, and she starts noticing that the supposedly dead people around her are starting to move.

Yam on working with Direk Yam: Dream come true

January 12, 2020
YAM Concepcion made waves playing the role of Jericho Rosales’ unfaithful wife in the hit TV series, “Halik”. Now, she stars in a new movie, a horror flick entitled “Night Shift”, produced by Viva Films and written and directed by her namesake, Yam Laranas, who did hit horror films before like “Sigaw”, “The Road” and “Aurora”. Yam is also set to star in a new TV drama, “Love Thy Woman”, where she shares topbilling with Kim Chiu and Xian Lim. So what’s her role in “Night Shift”?

Wency continues relaxed musical journey

January 12, 2020
WENCY Cornejo is best known as the vocalist of the band called AfterImage and they did various hit songs like “Next in Line”, “Habang May Buhay”, “Mangarap Ka”. The last two were used as the title songs of hit movies in the 90s. He later went on solo and did more hits like “Hanggang”, “Magpakailanman”.

Jodi doesn’t mind being single forever

January 11, 2020
JODI Sta. Maria was last seen on the big screen in the hit horror flick, “Clarita”. Now, she is in the newest iWant online series "My Single Lady," which she herself also produced together with Dreamscape Digital. Her leading men in the 6-part online drama series are Zanjoe Marudo and Ian Veneracion, directed by Carlo Catu (of acclaimed indie films “Ari, My Life with a King” and “Kung Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon”). So how did she get into producing her own project?

Three big frontmen in big musical event

January 11, 2020
A BIG musical event that fans of local bands should not miss is “90s Frontmen Acousticized”, to be staged at the Music Museum on January 31 and February 1. Four icons from the era of rock bands will join forces for the first time on the same stage: Jett Pangan from The Dawn, Wency Cornejo of After Image, Basti Artadi of Wolfgang and Dong Abay of Yano.

‘AOS' cast inspired due to high ratings

January 11, 2020
ALDEN Richards s the main host of “All Out Sundays” is so happy that their pilot episode last January 5 rated so high it easily trounced the competition. “Lahat kami ngayon, inspired para mas mapaganda pa ang lahat ng aming production numbers, games and skits sa show namin today,” he says. “Dahil it’s the season of the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, our all out celebration will start with a colorful Rio Carnival-themed party as all GMA kapuso artists perform Latin-flavored pop songs.”

'AOS' poses big challenge for Miggy

January 10, 2020
MIGGY Tanchanco is the director of GMA-7’s new weekend noontime show, “All Out Sundays” or AOS. The son of popular choreographer Geleen Eugenio, he started as a member of the Universal Motion Dancers then he became a choreographer himself. He later branched out to be a blocking director on stage for some musical variety shows of GMA.