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By Rito P. Asilo
Rocco Nacino is so busy these days he doesn’t have enough time for himself or his family—but, it’s the kind of “problem” he appreciates: On the big screen, he made life a living hell for Marian Rivera and Richard Gutierrez in “My Lady Boss,” was cast as a missing activist in Cinemalaya 2013’s closing film, [...]
“Glee” said goodbye to Finn, its beloved singer-quarterback, while paying tribute to Cory Monteith, the late actor who had portrayed him, in a highly anticipated episode of the Fox high school musical drama that aired Thursday.
Patrice Chereau, a celebrated and award-winning French actor and director in film, theater and opera who was renowned for cutting-edge productions, has died, officials said Tuesday. He was 68.
By Ruben V. Nepales
Dane DeHaan, who shot his first feature film in Bohol as part of the cast of John Sayles’ “Amigo,” is suddenly a hot Hollywood actor. Acting opposite Daniel Radcliffe (they’ve become best friends) in “Kill Your Darlings,” Dane has many critics raving and writing the same line, “You cannot take your eyes off him when he’s on screen.”
By Allan Policarpio
Mario Maurer arrived in Manila Saturday last week, a rainy day, to promote his comedy-horror movie “Pee Mak,” which reportedly just became the highest-grossing locally-produced film of all time in his native Thailand, with a box-office turnout or US$33 million. From the airport, Mario was whisked straight to Edsa Shangri-La Hotel in Mandaluyong City [...]
By Nestor U. Torre
We’re so happy that our dear friend and colleague, Behn Cervantes, will be honored, along with other awardees, by the UP Alumni Association with its prized Lifetime Achievement award in appropriately significant rites on June 22.
Police have charged a longtime star of the British soap opera “Coronation Street” with child sex offenses including rape and indecent assault.
“There’s a deeper reason than lust for anyone to leave his/her partner for someone else. A woman is not a thing that you borrow and then give back to the owner. It’s always better to pledge yourself to one person and stick to that (person). I’m loyal; I don’t waste my time playing games.”
Jack Klugman, who made an art of gruffness in TV’s “The Odd Couple” and “Quincy, M.E.,” has died at the age of 90.
By Nestor U. Torre
Kids on the big and small screens are special creatures—blessed with good looks, talent, and enough cuteness going for them to initiate a group sugar rush and diabetic attack in viewers. They’re popular, sometimes earn more than bank presidents, and have the run of the stellar sandbox that is the entertainment arena—until they grow up.
By Totel V. de Jesus
Now on its 25th year, Aliw Awards will honor once again the best of the best among local actors, singers, musicians, stand-up comedians and other live performers on November 28 at the Manila Hotel.
South Korean actor Lee Min-ho, who shot to fame in Asia for his role in the 2009 hit television drama “Boys Over Flowers,” has received a rousing welcome from Filipino fans in Manila.