By Oliver M. Pulumbarit
“I feel like I am constantly learning,” said actor Steven R. McQueen, who plays young vampire hunter Jeremy Gilbert in the hit horror-drama series “The Vampire Diaries (TVD).” He told the Inquirer in a recent e-mail interview that acting in the weekly, hour-long show continues to be “very rewarding, so far.”
J.J. Abrams may be immersed in a galaxy far, far away these days, but he’s taking a break from preproduction work on the new “Star Wars” film to accept a special honor at the 41st International Emmy Awards Gala.
Grammy-winning Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias, whose mother is from the Philippines, on Tuesday urged his fans to give money to help victims of the devastating Typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan).
Utah’s governor and other top officials have honored Robert Redford for his on-camera and off-camera contributions to the state as owner of the Sundance ski resort and founder of the Sundance Film Festival and Sundance Institute.
Canadian teen idol Justin Bieber, currently on a Brazil concert tour, is under police investigation in Rio for alleged unauthorized wall tagging.
Iconic American singer-songwriter Lou Reed, a seminal figure who melded folk music’s lyricism with punk rock’s energy and darkness has died, US media reported Sunday. He was 71.
British actor and singer Noel Harrison, who recorded the Oscar-winning song “The Windmills of Your Mind,” has died at the age of 79, his wife said on Tuesday.
Cosmologist Stephen Hawking tells the extraordinary tale of how he overcame severe disability to become the most famous living scientist in a new documentary film premiered in Britain on Thursday.
Rap reggae performer Prince Jazzbo has died in his homeland of Jamaica. He was 62.
By Nestor U. Torre
We kept close tabs of the TV coverage of last month’s Tropical Storm “Maring’s” rains and floods to see if our broadcast journalists’ work has improved since similar extended weather disturbances last year.
“Diana”, a biopic of the late princess of Wales who died in a Paris car crash, has its world premiere Thursday with its star Naomi Watts already defending her involvement in the controversial film.
Veteran broadcaster David Frost, who won fame around the world for his interview with former President Richard Nixon, has died, his family told the BBC. He was 74.