Category: movie news

Sen. Francis Pangilinan is not jealous of actor Gabby Concepcion, who is the former husband of Sharon Cuneta. “No, I am secure,” Pangilinan, Cuneta’s second husband, said when asked if he got jealous following the recent television reunion of the megastar and Concepcion. Continue reading


Just a few know singer Dulce is a terrific actress. Given any role, she could manage to sink her teeth on it. In any facet, she’s fine. As a matter of course, she’s versatility personified. Continue reading

Sunod sa tagumpay ng teleserye niyang “Agua Bendita,” gigling na ang kamera para sa debut movie ni Andi Eigenmann – ang drama-comedy na “Mamarazzi” ni Joel Lamangan. Sobrang excited si Andi sa story conference kagabi ng star-studded project. Continue reading

At the press conference of the movie I’ll Be There, it was announced that there will be a scheduled reunion between ex-couple Gabby Concepcion and Sharon Cuneta. The Megastar was said to have finally agreed to have Gabby guest on her talk show Sharon on ABS-CBN. Continue reading

Comedian-host Vice Ganda has resumed filming his first movie, a remake of 1980s film “Petrang Kabayo.” It was January of this year when Vice Ganda announced his first major film. Three months later, however, the comedian confirmed the delay in filming “Petrang Kabayo.” Continue reading

Because he’s making a comeback after an absence of more than 4 years, Cogie Domingo was pelted with questions from the movie press during a mini-presscon a few days ago for “Muli,” an indie film serving as his relaunching vehicle, directed by Adolfo B. Alix Jr. from a Palanca Award-winner screenplay by Jerry Gracio. Continue reading

The movie ‘Noy’ will hit global movie theaters as it is set to be screened in the United States this month. Continue reading

After it was shown as an inspirational film for the recent launch of the socio-civic project “Kapit-Bisig Para Sa Ilog Pasig,” Centerstage Productions and Swift Productions’ “Lola” is slated to compete at the 57th Sydney Film Festival, which will run from June 2 to 14 in Sydney, Australia. Continue reading

After spending the last two years developing “The Hobbit” as his latest directing project, Guillermo del Toro has stepped down as director of the J.R.R. Tolkien adaptation amid studio delays and schedule conflicts. Continue reading

“Sex” is losing its allure at cinemas. The glamorous gals of “Sex and the City 2” were overshadowed by a green ogre at the weekend box office in North America on Sunday, as “Shrek Forever After” logged a second round as moviegoers’ top pick. Continue reading