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Winners, losers in 2014

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DINGDONG Dantes had an early start but fell back.

All stars and starlets do their best to line up new projects to add to their luster and popularity. For show biz year 2014, how have some leading or emerging luminaries fared in this regard?

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One challenging role deserves another

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JAKE Gyllenhaal (at the annual Governors Awards in Los Angeles) is a front-runner in this year’s acting derby for “Nightcrawler.” AP

2014 has turned out to be an annus mirabilis for Jake Gyllenhaal, who recently wowed drama buffs with his “twin” portrayals of two men who looked alike but were diametrically opposed in terms of psychological makeup in “Enemy.”

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Supporting performances add to teen flick’s luster

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“Relaks, It’s Just Pag-ibig” is obviously meant to be a starmaking showcase for its three teen leads, Iñigo Pascual, Sofia Andres and Julian Estrada, but it also turns out to be quite a vibrant venue for some of its supporting players to strut their thespic stuff.

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Not so ‘Krazy,’ after all

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KHLOE (left) and Kim Kardashian are laughing all the way to the bank. AP

Quite a lot of viewers archly and snittily dismiss Kim Kardashian and her huge, attention-grabbing clan as irrelevant irritants on the TV screen, but it looks like the “Krazy” Kardashians have gotten one over their fastidious critics—because they’re laughing all the way to the bank!

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Young comers are poised to go the distance

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IÑIGO Pascual and Piolo

“Papa” Piolo Pascual didn’t want his teenage son Iñigo Pascual to “go show biz” quite so soon but there’s no stopping the cool, young newcomer now, as his first film, “Relaks, It’s Just Pag-ibig,” is poised to start its theater run on Wednesday. Will Iñigo pass muster as a teen heartthrob?

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