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Unfocused elements weaken male lead portrayals in ‘teleseryes’

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DANTES. Fall from grace.

When a star agrees to play a lead role in a daily drama series, he expects to get a part that will enable him to show how good an actor he can be.

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TV networks bring out their big guns

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MARICEL Soriano (left), Dingdong Dantes and Lovi Poe in “Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real”

Now that the stellar and ratings wars are heating up the teleserye scene, major networks are bringing out their biggest stars, the better to foil the competition’s best efforts to clinch the top slots in the TV ratings. If GMA 7’s biggest male lead, Dingdong Dantes, is currently headlining “Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real,” no problem, ABS-CBN is soon fielding no less than its own Papa Piolo Pascual in his own new series, “Hawak-Kamay.”

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Marian Rivera’s ‘dirty’ dream

Marian Rivera INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

GMA 7 star Marian Rivera hopes boyfriend Dingdong Dantes will guest in her new dance show “Marian,” which premieres June 21.

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Dingdong loses his ‘edge’

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DANTES. His key advantage has been frittered away.

Dingdong Dantes started off well in his new teleserye, “Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real,” with a focused and felt portrayal that made real his character’s love for his older wife, played by Maricel Soriano. Without that felt believability, the new series’ entire dramatic premise would have come off as awkwardly fake, so Dingdong should be credited for enabling the show to start off confidently and credibly.

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The Way They Like It

Fans got really close to their Kapuso favorites during the recent “Araw ng Dabaw” celebrations. Audience members in a show at SM City Davao got to hug the stars, sing and play games with them, even make sticky googoo “eyeballs” with them. (Clockwise from left): Kristoffer Martin, Dingdong Dantes, Rafael Rosell, Ervic Vijandre, Regine Velasquez and “Sing-ala-Regine” winner Aila Santos.

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