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By Andy Bais
Meanne Mijares, events planner: “Watching Pokwang say, ‘Are you the father? Are you the son? Are you the Holy Spirit?’ in the trailer of ‘Call Center Girl’ got my ire. I do not find it funny at all—in fact, it’s blasphemous!” Other notes: Denise Maling, student: “I wonder what’s keeping Glaiza de Castro from hitting [...]
Over the weekend, the Kapuso network’s “Sunday All Stars” studio was converted into a teeming relief center—with celebrities shedding glitz and glamour, buckling down to work for all their kababayan affected by Supertyphoon “Yolanda.”
By Entertainment Staff
Flamboyant Celeb hasn’t changed one bit. FC was in a foul mood before a gig down south. Apparently, FC had issues against the producer.
Kapuso stars Marian Rivera, Rafael Rossell, Julie Anne San Jose, Dennis Trillo and Glaiza de Castro lead PH Independence Day activities in the US and Canada.
By Nestor U. Torre
The start of a new performing season is a good time for young stars and starlets to figure out what the future holds for them, and what they should do to make sure that their careers will sustain their upward trajectory.
By Marinel R. Cruz
ACTRESS Glaiza de Castro, one of the lead stars in the GMA 7 drama series “Temptation of Wife,” had to cancel her family’s trip to Laoag in Ilocos Norte this holiday season because of work. Glaiza said taping for the program would resume tomorrow and run smack into her Laoag vacation. She may drive [...]
By Rica Arevalo
Glaiza de Castro auditioned twice and waited for five years to finally see the fruit of her labor in Quark Henares’ new film, “Rakenrol.” “The excitement before we started is still here! It’s a dream project! On TV, people see me in either cutesy, baddie or dramatic roles – but, this is the real me!” [...]
Glaiza de Castro laughs off rumors that she’s dating “Amaya” costar Sid Lucero: “Hahaha! We’re just comfortable with each other. There’s nothing serious going on.”—Bayani San Diego Jr.
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
Talk about being caught between a rock and a hard place. Glaiza de Castro had to straddle the local contemporary music scene and pre-colonial Philippines in two disparate projects: Quark Henares’ indie film “Rakenrol” and the GMA 7 prime time series “Amaya.” “Rakenrol,” which opened in local cinemas on Wednesday, took five years to finish. [...]
By Marinel R. Cruz
Filming inside a morgue was the most unforgettable experience for actress Glaiza de Castro while doing the coming-of-age movie “I-Libings.” “It felt really eerie,” De Castro told Inquirer Entertainment. “Even though we only shot one scene there, I couldn’t help imagining all those bodies that got cut up inside that large room in the basement. [...]
Batangas Governor Vilma Santos and Regal producer Lily Monteverde attended the photo exhibit opening of production designer/filmmaker Cesar Hernando at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. The fans had a field day snapping photos of the actress and the producer whose notable project, Mike de Leon’s 1984 masterpiece, “Sister Stella L.,” was featured prominently in [...]