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Family, friends remember FPJ’s 10th death anniversary

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The family of the late action king Fernado Poe Jr. (FPJ) mark his 10th death anniversary  at the Manila North Cemetery.  NESTOR CORRALES/INQUIRER.net

MANILA, Philippines — The family of the late action king Fernado Poe Jr. (FPJ) commemorated his 10th death anniversary Sunday morning at the Manila North Cemetery. His wife Susan Roces and daughter Senator Grace Poe led the commemoration by hearing Mass at his tomb at the Manila North Cemetery. FPJ’s former colleagues in the industry […]

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Pugsley from ‘The Addams Family’ dies

This Oct. 31, 2006 photo provided by ABC, shows some of the original cast of the TV show, "The Addams Family," from left, John Astin, (Gomez Addams), Felix Silla, (Cousin Itt), Lisa Loring, (Wednesday Addams) and Ken Weatherwax, (Pugsley Addams), reunited at a special Halloween edition of ABC's "Good Morning America" outside their Times Square studios in New York. Weatherwax, who played the child character Pugsley on "The Addams Family" television series in the 1960s, has died. He was 59. AP

Ken Weatherwax, who played the child character Pugsley on “The Addams Family” television series in the 1960s, has died. He was 59.

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Mikael Daez shuttles between comedy and drama

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Mikael Daez wants to be known for his versatility: He hones his comedic chops in “Bubble Gang” and “Ismol Family” and does romantic drama opposite Andrea Torres in “Ang Lihim Ni Annasandra.”

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Twisted surprises from Daniel Radcliffe, Shailene Woodley

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RADCLIFFE AND WOODLEY. “Palatable” implausibilities.

Daniel Radcliffe and Shailene Woodley topbill twisted screen dramas, with varying degrees of success: While Radcliffe’s “Horns” is getting good feedback for its inventiveness, thematic grit and originality, Woodley’s “White Bird In A Blizzard” is dissed by some critics for mangling its “Gone Girl”-style shock tactics.

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Insights from Bruce Lee

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LEE. “The key to immortality is living a life worth remembering.”

Always be yourself; express yourself. Don’t go looking for a successful personality and merely duplicate it.

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