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John Lloyd Cruz rushed to hospital after Mt. Pinatubo accident

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Actor John Lloyd Cruz was rushed to the hospital Thursday after he figured in a bike accident while shooting a television ID in Tarlac, an official said.

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‘Transit’ is PH entry to Oscars—FAP

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Hannah Espia’s “Transit” is the Philippines’ entry to the Oscars, according to FIlm Academy of the Philippines head Leo Martinez.

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Young actress goes from rebel to real

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The girl is obsessed with rings.   “I have a ridiculous number of them,” she says. Photo by Jim Guiao Punzalan

Natural is better, says Jessica Connelly, who admits she was a rebel at 15, with a short blonde bob and nose piercings.   “I was the opposite of what I really looked like [then]; I even had a fake tan,” the Fil-Australian actress tells Living Stars. “When my dad said, ‘You look so much better [...]

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MTRCB thumbs up CA’s decision on Revillame case

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The Movie, Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) expressed its delight over the Court of Appeals’ decision affirming their one-month suspension in 2011 imposed on the show of controversial TV host Willie Revillame.

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‘Party Pilipinas’ to go off the air

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GMA 7’s Sunday noontime variety show “Party Pilipinas” will go off the air soon.

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Noontime TV landscape: The battle heats up

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Willie Revillame’s return to the noontime slot via “Wowowillie,” has changed the noontime TV landscape. For the first time, all three major networks—ABS-CBN, GMA 7, and TV5—are offering a variety show in the same time slot.

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MMFF execom: Usual conflicts, higher grosses

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There were the usual conflicts and protests, but this year, “less feathers were ruffled” during the two-week run of the 38th Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), said executive committee member Boots Anson-Roa.

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Vilma Santos, Cesar Montano pay tribute to Marilou Diaz-Abaya

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Cesar Montano  and Batangas Gov Vilma Santos. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

On the second day Marilou Diaz-Abaya’s wake at the chapel in Gonzaga Building in Ateneo de Manila University-Loyola Heights, two of the major figures in local showbiz told the Inquirer how they remembered their influential director and friend.

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Death of actor-director Mario O’Hara stuns filmdom

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Award-winning director, actor, playwright Mario O’Hara died of cardiac arrest between 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Tuesday at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Pasay City. He was 68.

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Bonding time in HK

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VINA Morales and Ceana at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

“Spending quality time with your loved ones is the best gift you can give them,” said singer-actress Vina Morales, who recently took her daughter Ceana to Disneyland Resort in Hong Kong to celebrate her little princess’ third birthday.

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Kapamilya shows compete in NY fest

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ABS-CBN Corporation has received five nominations at the prestigious 2012 New York Festivals International Television and Film Awards for its news and current affairs programs and specials, the website www.newyorkfestivals.com announced last week. To compete with entries from over 40 countries are “Storyline,” nominated in the biography/profiles category; and “TV Patrol,” in best newscast, for [...]

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Wish List

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JOSE Manalo

“I hope the entertainment industry becomes more prosperous in 2012. This year we had a lot of movies that did well at the box office. I hope this continues — more movies and more TV shows mean work for more people. For myself, I always wish to continue being peaceful and healthy so I can do many more things. But more important than the wishing is being thankful to God for the blessings that I receive every single day.”

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