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Film on young Pacquiao’s untold story

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Director Paul Soriano (right) reports that he got full cooperation from his famous subject Manny Pacquiao for the biopic, “Kid Kulafu.”

What were Manny Pacquiao’s childhood and teenage years like? How did the tough challenges he endured in Mindanao help make him the world boxing sensation that he is today? Director Paul Soriano promises to tell untold stories of Pacquiao’s struggles as a youth in his movie, “Kid Kulafu.”

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James Yap’s advice to Pacman

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WITH Renée Zellweger (left) in Taiwan, 2009

I always enjoy Viber-messaging with my cool buddy James Yap in his native Hiligaynon, which makes us feel really at ease. I am an adopted daughter of Iloilo, so Ilonggos like James are my kind of people. I look forward to bonding with him and his fab GF Mic on her Halloween birthday party.

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Too many sponsors

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ABUNDA. Back on TV.

Timmy Rocero, nurse: “I love watching beauty pageants on television—but, this has changed after the recent Miss World Philippines telecast. I understand the organizers’ need to acknowledge their sponsors, but do they have to do this in the guise of giving away numerous special awards?

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Mixed results for 2 new TV shows

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GOMEZ. His new game show is a welcome contrast to over-loud and  hectic contests on the tube

We made it a point to catch some new TV shows last week, the better to give viewers initial notes on those new attractions on television, to see if they’re worth their while to sample.

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Lessons learned

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CUNETA. Has acknowledged the constricting corner she’s painted herself into.

We’re so glad that Sharon Cuneta has acknowledged the constricting corner she’s painted herself into of late, and has decided to finally get her personal and professional act together again.

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