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When actors play themselves

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JUANKARLOS

Last Sept. 27, we were able to watch two “biographical” dramas on TV, in which the lead actors portrayed themselves.

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Festival for strong female protagonists

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VALDEZ AND DIZON. Deliver memorable portrayals in their Cinemalaya entries.

“The latest edition of Cinemalaya will be remembered for the abundance of strong female lead performances—Eula Valdez for ‘Dagitab,’ Aiko Melendez in ‘Asintado,’ Nova Villa for ‘1st Ko Si 3rd’ and Mylene Dizon for ‘Mariquina,’ cementing the festival’s reputation as a festival for strong women.”

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Controversy-oriented TV shows go for the jugular

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TOLENTINO AND FERNANDEZ. Portrayed abortionists in weekly series’ premiere episode.

The recently revived anthology drama series, “Magpakailanman,” has been telecasting for only a couple of months, but it’s already established itself as the most “controversy-“ and even “scandal-” related weekly drama show on the tube.

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Anthology puts focus on livid melodrama

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TOLENTINO. Strained believability.

The anthology-drama series, “Magpakailanman,” recently made its comeback on GMA 7, still with Mel Tiangco hosting, and it chose a particularly “controversial” story for its first episode, to make sure that its return to the small screen would be noticed by many viewers.

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Richard Gutierrez gets real, admits he’s a dad

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RICHARD says his life is like a teleserye.

Last year, actor Richard Gutierrez and girlfriend Sarah Lahbati were hounded by rumors that they became the parents of a baby boy.

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