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By Andy Bais
Hector San Andres, businessman: “What’s happening to our film industry? Gone are the days when plots mirrored the social concerns of the day, and when artists’ lives were considered private. In those days, hecklers and bashers were almost nonexistent.
By Nestor U. Torre
At recent media and show biz events, we caught up on old times with some former child stars, who commented favorably on our cautionary pieces about the “dark” side to the seemingly fun and perk-laden world of juvenile performers, of which the local entertainment world has literally hundreds of practitioners and aspirants. We asked [...]
By Nestor Torre
While we were watching the grand finals of “It’s Showtime’s” “That’s My Tomboy” tilt recently, we wondered what GMA 7’s “Eat Bulaga” was doing to compete with the admittedly popular special event. So, we tuned in to “Eat”—and found that, among other things, it had whipped up its own special competition for the nonce, and it too was a unique and viewer-drawing lulu:
Comedian Wally Bayola who hid from the public after he figured in a sex tape controversy, surprised the audience of GMA Network’s show “Eat Bulaga” on Saturday when he appeared for the birthday of Jose Manalo, Bayola’s tandem in the entertainment industry.
By Riz M. Pulumbarit
“The format of the show (‘Eat Bulaga’) has evolved. They have advocacies. They don’t just do it for entertainment,” said Imelda Dakis, executive assistant of University of Santo Tomas’ (UST) Office of the Secretary General, which organizes the USTv Students’ Choice Awards.
By Nestor Torre
As the telecasting year draws to a close, we note a more competitive energy (if not frenzy) on noontime shows, especially in their efforts to “one-up” each other by way of the innovative regular game portions or talent and personality tilts that their respective brainstormers are able to think up.
Comedian Michael V. on “Eat Bulaga” cohost Wally Bayola’s absence from show biz: “Ipinagdarasal ko na sana makabalik siya sa industriya. If you ignore that incident (sex video scandal with an EB Babe), ang daming napapaligayang tao ni Wally. Sana tignan niyo rin ’yung good side niya.”
By Allan Policarpio
Currently focused on strengthening its primetime and weekend programming, TV5 is in no hurry to replace Willie Revillame’s “Wowowillie,” which will air its final episode on Saturday.
Chair Eugenio Villareal of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board on issues involving child star Ryzza Mae Dizon: “Tape Inc. (producer of “Eat Bulaga” and “The Ryzza Mae Show”) has submitted to the board a report on its measures [to ensure child-friendly shows] but wants to improve on them and has asked for additional time. The matter is currently with our ad hoc committee. We will keep [the public] posted.”
By Kristine Angeli Sabillo
Movie and Television Review and Classification Board Chairman Eugenio “Toto” Villareal on Friday said television producers should issue guidelines for cast, crew and audience on how to treat child actors.
GMA Network and the producers of two of its shows on Thursday “acknowledged lapses” in their handling of child host Ryzza Mae Dizon and agreed to have closer collaboration with the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) to ensure a child-friendly programming.
An official of Eat Bulaga denied Thursday that Wally Bayola has been fired amid a sex scandal allegedly involving the comedian and a sexy dancer of the popular noontime TV show.