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It’s Tommy’s turn to go on ‘attack’ mode in ‘Mrs. Real’

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NOT EXACTLY a faithful husband, Tommy Abuel’s character makes life difficult for the lead players.

For days now, “Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real” has been upstaging the competition, due to Maricel Soriano’s character’s being on the warpath, after belatedly learning that her husband has married another woman.

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Eventful start for medical drama series

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TRILLO AND PADILLA. Feisty “chemistry.”

GMA News Channel’s “relevant” drama series, “Bayan Ko” by Adolf Alix Jr., won plaudits some seasons ago for its incisive view of political injustice and corruption. It was followed by “Titser,” a less incisive depiction of teachers’ difficult prospects.

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Highlights and low blows at the Emmys

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PARSONS. Cited for his performances in comedy and drama. AFP

We had a fun time watching the 66th Emmy Awards last Tuesday morning, even if it turned out to be a three-hour telethon. Seth Myers was only a so-so host in our book, but other performers, personalities and presenters made up for the slack.

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Stars jump onto the trendy advocacy bandwagon

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PITT, JOLIE AND CLOONEY. Stellar involvement shines light on enlightened initiatives.

Some stars have always been known for their support of their important advocacies of choice. They throw the spotlight on important causes that would otherwise not get the viewing public’s attention, or elicit its concern and financial support.

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Male actors’ turn to take it all off

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STALLONE, RADCLIFFE AND DICAPRIO. Did the full monty in their starrers.

After our article on female stars who’ve stripped for the movie camera came out recently, some readers complained that our list was too limited and even “sexist,” because we focused on actresses and didn’t detail instances of male stars’ daring scenes.

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