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Actors should focus on their craft, not vices

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Actors should focus on their craft, not vices

/ 04:18 AM October 08, 2016
John Lloyd Cruz (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

John Lloyd Cruz (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

Marlyn Lopez, OFW: “The recent incident involving Mark Anthony Fernandez is very sad. Celebrities are supposed to set good examples to their fans and it’s such a shame if they get themselves into trouble. I hope it becomes a lesson to other celebrities to clean up their acts and be more focused on their craft, rather than get themselves hooked on dangerous vices.”

Transgender role

Lyn Baga, office employee: “I admire John Lloyd Cruz’s choices of film roles, notably in his award-winning turn in Erik Matti’s ‘Honor Thy Father’ and in his critically acclaimed transgender role in Lav Diaz’s ‘Ang Babaeng Humayo.’ He is one actor who dares to experiment—playing roles that are not mainstream staples. It also helps that he is being handled by some of the country’s best directors.

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“As a result, he is successful in his transition from mainstream to independent film making.”

Good news

James Nochefranca, student: “Charice is still very much around after all on account of reports that she has just released an album and the good news is, she wrote and composed the music in most, if not all of the songs.

“There’s no denying that Charice is still one of the country’s best singers despite her veering away from the birit style of singing she has been popularly known for. Her latest album reportedly will highlight her rocker side. Now, that’s exciting.”

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