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Angelina on having a happy family life

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She and Brad are able  “to explore the darker side of marriage” in their new film because, she says, “We’re in such a good place.”  Photo by Ruben V. Nepales

In our first interview with Angelina Jolie since she got married to some guy named Brad Pitt, she wore a white dress, looking every inch like a modern bride. Make that a modern, accomplished woman. Angelina’s “Unbroken” is quite an achievement, especially since it’s only her second directing job. “It does feel differently when you say, ‘My husband,’” said Angelina about being able to call Brad that. “It warms you in a different way and you look at that person a little differently.”

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Helping Visayas through music and laughter

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EMMY-WINNING news anchor Cher Calvin also served as the show’s emcee.

Apl.de.ap, will.i.am and Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas (BEP), Fil-Am comedian Jo Koy and a 13-year-old Filipino-Singaporean shone in the recent “Rebuild Philippines!” concert at LA’s renowned outdoor show venue, the Greek Theater.

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‘Aswang’ swoops down on American TV, grabs No.1 spot

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THE ASWANG  made its debut on US television last week.

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.

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Multi-platform Oscars

Water from heavy rain is swept off the floor in front of the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood amid ongoing preparations on March 1, 2014 for the 86th Academy Awards on March 2nd, 2014 in Hollywood, California. AFP PHOTO FREDERIC J. BROWN

On Monday, Inquirer Entertainment will cover the 86th Academy Awards on Twitter (@InqEnt), online (INQUIRER.net) and radio (Inquirer Radio).

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Meet the real Philomena

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JUDI Dench and Steve Coogan in “Philomena”

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.

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