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By Bong Lozada
Arguably Philippine folklore’s most frightening creature, the “Aswang” has swooped down on American television screens and provided the Filipino-brand of scare, with NBC’s “Grimm” grabbing the no. 1 spot of scripted shows in the US on the evening of March 7.
On Monday, Inquirer Entertainment will cover the 86th Academy Awards on Twitter (@InqEnt), online (INQUIRER.net) and radio (Inquirer Radio).
By Ruben V. Nepales
Talking to the real-life Philomena Lee, played by Judi Dench in “Philomena” in a performance that earned her Oscar and Golden Globe Best Actress nominations, was as moving and inspiring as the film itself. Philomena, a lovely woman at 80, was sweet and gracious throughout our interview in London, bearing no bitterness despite the heartache and struggles she went through.
By Nimfa U. Rueda
Hollywood star Vanessa Hudgens recalled the first time she saw heart-rending images of the destruction wrought by Supertyphoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan).
Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist in Hollywood Ruben Nepales, Philippine Consul General to New York Mario de Leon Jr. and US District Judge for the Southern District of New York Lorna Schofield will keynote the third annual The Outstanding Filipino Americans in New York (TOFA-NY) Awards Saturday night at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall—the official venue of the TOFA-NY Awards ceremonies for the past three years.
By Ruben V. Nepales
Dane DeHaan, who shot his first feature film in Bohol as part of the cast of John Sayles’ “Amigo,” is suddenly a hot Hollywood actor. Acting opposite Daniel Radcliffe (they’ve become best friends) in “Kill Your Darlings,” Dane has many critics raving and writing the same line, “You cannot take your eyes off him when he’s on screen.”
By Allan Policarpio
Taking a break from hobnobbing with Hollywood stars, Los Angeles-based Inquirer Entertainment columnist Ruben V. Nepales is in town for vacation—which, in his case, also means he spent a lot of time checking out the films shown at the recently concluded Cinemalaya indie festival. In between catching up with friends and attending screenings, Nepales [...]
I read your March 3 article in the Inquirer about the Fil-Am student who handed out trophies at the Oscar awards. As we watched the replay of the Oscars here in Abu Dhabi, most of us were convinced he was, indeed, Filipino, but weren’t quite sure if he had been introduced as such. Your [...]
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
Our man in Hollywood, Ruben V. Nepales, described the Oscars red carpet in four words: “Crazy … pandemonium as usual.” And he took us all there, to the front row.
Ruben Nepales, our man in Hollywood, reports on the 85th Academy Awards Monday for the PDI media group via Twitter, Inquirer SMS Alert Service, INQUIRER.net, Radyo Inquirer and the Philippine Daily Inquirer. Nepales is among a select group of international journalists accredited for coverage of the proceedings, from both the red carpet and backstage . [...]
Inquirer Entertainment columnist Ruben Nepales won the Best Print Award at the 2012 Migration Advocacy and Media Awards for his book titled “My Filipino Connection: The Philippines in Hollywood” published by Anvil Publishing early this year. The book, a compilation of success and inspiring stories of talented Filipinos, Filipino–Americans and Filipino-Canadians who made it [...]
Philippine Daily Inquirer Hollywood columnist Ruben V. Nepales won two prizes in the 2012 National Entertainment Journalism Awards presented by the Los Angeles Press Club, his wife Janet Nepales announced.