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Eugene Domingo Nominated in 8th Asian Film Awards 2014

Posted on February 13, 2014 | 11:35 AM

Actress Eugene Domingo is nominated in the Best Actress category of the 8th Asian Film Awards 2014 for her performance in the movie Barber's Tales, which also gave her the Best Actress trophy at the 2013 Tokyo International Film Festival.
Eugene Domingo in Jun Lana's Barber's Tales
Eugene Domingo, the lone Filipino nominee in this year's awards, will be up against Han Hyo-joo (Cold Eyes, South Korea), Paw Hee Ching (Rigor Mortis, Hong Kong), Yoko Maki (The Ravine of Goodbye, Hong Kong), at Zhang Zi Yi (The Grandmaster, Hong Kong/Mainland China) for the award.

This is the second time that the Pinay comedienne was nominated in the Asian Film Awards which is dubbed as the Asian Oscars. In 2012, Eugene was nominated for Best Actress at the 6th Asian Film Awards for her role in Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank. She bagged then the People's Choice Award for Best Actress while compatriot Shamaine Beuncamino won Best Supporting Actress for Niño.

Last year, Nora Aunor and Eddie Garcia took home the top acting honors from the same award-giving body, for Thy Womb and Bwakaw, respectively, marking the first time that the Philippines bagged both the Best Actor and Best Actress awards in Asian Film Awards.

Gina Pareño is the first Filipino to win an award in the said Hong Kong based award-giving body, bagging the Best Supporting Actress trophy in 2009 for her performance in Brillante Mendoza‘s Serbis.

The 8th Asian Film Awards 2014 awarding ceremony will be held on March 27, 2014 at the City of Dreams Casino Resort in Macau.

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Ai Ai Delas Alas and Eugene Domingo, Successful in Career but Unlucky in Love

Posted on January 1, 2014 | 6:50 PM

Comedy icons Ai-Ai delas Alas and Eugene Domingo are undeniably successful actresses. However, both of them admit that they are unlucky when it comes to their love lives in “Tapatan Ni Tunying” this Thursday (Jan. 2).

Ai Ai Delas Alas and Eugene Domingo

Ai-Ai’s relationships have been widely publicized through the years. Her two failed marriages made headlines, including her controversial 29-day marriage with businessman Jed Salang in early 2013.

“At my age, I want someone who will stay at my side until I grow old. It was just painful that it didn’t last,” Ai-Ai says referring to her marriage to Jed.

The 49-year old comedy queen admits that growing old alone is one of her biggest fears, but claims that she already learned from her experience. She says she realized the deeper importance of marriage, and promised that she will never jump into it without thinking thoroughly and listening to her friends’ and loved ones’ advice.

“Marriage is not a solution to save an already failing relationship,” she says.

Meanwhile, not many people know that 42-year-old Eugene has never been in a serious relationship.  For her, it was not a priority when she was busy building her career as a theater, television, and film actress.

“Every year, I list down my goals in life. For instance, I want to make movies for film festival, to do a play… Then I noticed that I never wrote about my love life,” Eugene shares.

Eugene was on a roll in 2013, completing six movies including the prequel of the popular film “Kimmy Dora,” which has been showcased in the recent Metro Manila Film Festival.  This year, will Eugene take a step back to finally focus on her love life?

“I achieved and even surpassed my goals as an actress. Of course, I am also thinking that the end of the day, after all the success in my career, I will still want to have one. I hope it’s not too late,” she says.

Ai-Ai and Eugene also comically talk about their struggles and triumphs as successful comediennes in this episode.

Don’t miss “Tapatan ni Tunying” (TNT) with Anthony Taberna this Thursday, 4:45 PM on ABS-CBN’s Kapamilya Gold. For updates, follow @TNTunying on Twitter or like its Facebook page www.facebook.com/TNTunying.

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MMFF 2013 Awards Night: Vice Ganda, KC Concepcion Favored to Win Best Actor and Actress

Posted on December 26, 2013 | 12:12 PM

The 39th Metro Manila Film Festival Gabi ng Parangal (MMFF 2013 awards night) will happen Friday, December 27 at the Meralco Theater in Pasig City. Eight films will be vying for the coveted awards.

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KC Concepcion was among the favorites to win the Best Actress trophy for her daring role as a femme fatale in Boy Golden: The Arturo Porcuna Story requiring her to do action and sexy scenes.

KC will be in a tight battle against Diamond star Maricel Soriano as the mother of a quadruplets with different genders in Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy and Eugene Domingo as the twins Kimmy and Dora in the prequel of the successful Kimmy Dora series.

Aside from these three, Aiza Seguerra of My Little Bossings and Kathryn Bernardo of Pagpag are also considered for the award.

Meanwhile, Vice Ganda's exemplary performance as a girl, boy, gay and lesbian in the movie Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy made him a strong contender for the Best Actor award. Vice will be up against Gov. ER Ejercito of Boy Golden, Robin Padilla of 10,000 Hours and Rocco Nacino of Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir.

Vic Sotto of My Little Bossings and Sef Cadayona of Kaleidoscope World could also do well and score an upset over the favorite Best Actor contenders above.

The MMFF Awards night is a huge factor in boosting ticket sales for movies announced as winners, especially the Best Picture. However, this is not usually the case as viewers tend to watch the movie which they feel will give them great comfort.

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Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel Full Trailer (Video)

Posted on December 3, 2013 | 7:15 PM

Check out the full trailer of Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel starring Sam Milby and Eugene Domingo as the twins Kimmy and Dora. The movie is an official entry to the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Eugene Domingo and Sam Milby in Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel

The film is the prequel and final installment of the Kimmy Dora film series. The kiyemeng prequel is set before the events of Kimmy Dora: Kambal sa Kiyeme wherein the twins are seen disputing the ownership of the family corporation.

Written and directed by Chris Martinez,  Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel also stars Ariel Ureta as the twins' father and Honesto couple, Angel Aquino and Joel Torre. It will open in theaters December 25. Watch the trailer below.



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Daniel Padilla and Charice Face Off in ASAP 18 (September 15)

Posted on September 13, 2013 | 9:16 PM

The world-class concert stage of “ASAP 18” will transform into a glittering fashion runway this Sunday (September 15) after it was awarded with the ‘Style Tribute Award’ in the 2nd Star Studio Celebrity Style Awards. Watch out for the inimitable style of the biggest Kapamilya stars on the ramp to be led by Anne Curtis.

Daniel Padilla and Charice Face Off in ASAP 18 (September 15)

Witness the greatness of Filipino talent as international singing sensation Charice launches her latest album titled ‘Chapter 10;’ and as Teen King and “Got to Believe” lead star Daniel Padilla treats his fans with a ‘magical’ surprise.

Fun and laughter are set to fill the small screens with the special visit of “Momzillas” cast members Eugene Domingo, Billy Crawford, Andi, Eigenmann, and Maricel Soriano; and the birthday bash for Erich Gonzales and Aiza Seguerra together with the ASAP Sessionistas.

Meanwhile, watch out for the never-fading musical talent of 80’s band Neocolours as they celebrate their 25th anniversary with ASAP mainstays Martin Nievera, ZsaZsa Padilla, Vina Morales, and Gary Valenciano.

Get ready for the cheerdance-inspired number of Kapamilya teen stars Kathryn Bernardo, Ella Cruz, Sharlene San Pedro, Jane Oineza, Khalil Ramos, Nash Aguas, and Sam Concepcion; followed by the sizzling showdown of Maja Salvador, Shaina Magdayao, Iya Villania, Nikki Gil, Bangs Garcia, and Jessy Mendiola with models Daniel Matsunaga, Sam Adjani, Vince Ferraren, and Hideo Muraoka.

Prepare to be blown away with the hair-raising vocal act of Bamboo, Piolo Pascual, Erik Santos, Jed Madela, Jericho Rosales, Angeline Quinto, and Yeng Constantino; the must-see collaboration of Joey Albert, Marcelito Pomoy, and Jovit Baldivino; and the special acoustic treat of Sam Milby and Zia Quizon together with former “The Voice of the Philippines” artists Daryl Shy and Maki Ricafort.

Celebrate the world-class talent and remarkable fashion style of Filipinos this Sunday in the country’s longest-running, award-winning variety show, “ASAP 18,” 12 noon, on ABS-CBN.

For those who want to purchase the ASAP official merchandise, just go to the ABS-CBN Store located at the ground floor of the ELJ building, or visit abscbnstore.shopinas.com and My Regalo.com.

For updates, photos and to hang out live with the stars at ASAP Chill-Out, visit http://asap.abs-cbn.com/, ‘like’ http://facebook.com/asapofficial, follow @ASAPOFFICIAL on Twitter, and know the latest happenings in “ASAP 18” by tweeting the hashtag #ASAPTransform.

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Momzillas Full Trailer | Maricel Soriano and Eugene Domingo Movie Under Star Cinema and Viva Films

Posted on September 1, 2013 | 10:41 PM

Check out the full trailer of Star Cinema and Viva Films' Momzillas starring Diamond star Maricel Soriano and "rough" Diamond star Eugene Domingo. Formerly titled Oh My Mamma Mia, the movie is still part of Star Cinema's 20th anniversary presentation.

Momzillas: Maricel Soriano and Eugene Domingo

The hilarious comedy movie also stars Billy Crawford and Andi Eigenmann together with Candy Pangilinan, DIvina Valencia, Joey Paras and a lot more. Directed by box office director Wenn V. Deramas, Momzillas opens in theaters this September 18.

Watch the full trailer of Momzillas below.



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Sam Milby Replaces Piolo Pascual in 'Kimmy Dora' Prequel; Plays Leading Man to Eugene Domingo in MMFF 2013 Entry

Posted on August 17, 2013 | 10:22 AM

Singer-actor Sam Milby will replace fellow Kapamilya Piolo Pascual as Eugene Domingo's leading man in Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel, an official entry to the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF 2013).

Sam Milby Replaces Piolo Pascual in 'Kimmy Dora' Prequel | Plays Leading Man to Eugene Domingo in MMFF 2013 Entry

Piolo Pascual has to begged off from the project because of his busy schedule. However, he will still co-produced the movie via Spring Films, a production venture of Piolo, talent manager Erickson Raymundo, Shayne Sarte, and director Joyce Bernal.


He can't do the movie anymore because of his schedule kasi may ginagawa rin siyang mga pelikula ngayon. So meron kaming mga kailangang habulin schedule at hindi na siya nagma-match, so nag-decide naman kami to allow him not to do it na rin," Erickson Raymundo told ABS-CBN News.

Piolo Pascual, aside from being busy promoting for the internationally acclaimed film On the Job which opens August 28 in cinemas, is also filming for his first movie with actress Toni Gonzaga. The said project will also star Iza Calzado.

Both Eugene and Piolo were very happy that Sam accepted the role. Sam revealed that he was a big fan of the Kimmy Dora movies, that's why he was equally excited and pressured of doing the film since he knew that it has already established a lot of following.

Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel will take place a few years before the first Kimmy Dora film. The last installment of the Kimmy Dora trilogy, the movie will be a combination of mystery and comedy--more like a James Bond kind of movie gearing towards Austin Powers, Eugene revealed.

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Eugene Domingo on Toni Gonzaga: "Tupperware"

Posted on July 14, 2013 | 6:16 PM

Comedienne Eugene Domingo indirectly called multimedia star Toni Gonzaga as "plastic" after Toni mistakenly called her as Eugene Dominguez on her The Buzz guesting Sunday, July 14.
Toni Gonzaga and Eugene Domingo

The Buzz host Toni Gonzaga interviewed Eugene, who is promoting her upcoming movie Tuhog under Skylight Films, the independent film arm of Star Cinema. While mentioning the names of the cast, Toni had blundered on Eugene's surname.

Toni blushed in embarrassment after the incident which forced Eugene to throw jokes about the matter. She got back on Toni by changing her surname to Gonzales. The latter even stood up and showed Toni how large her name was written on the monitor and other promotional posters in the studio.

In defense Toni said that she just inadvertently mixed-up Eugene's surname with that of co-star Leo Martinez, the reason her mouth blurted Eugene Dominguez. 

Meanwhile, Eugene, kidding aside, said that Toni Gonzaga endorsing "Tupperware" is just perfect, since she was claiming as Eugene's friend yet she doesn't know the latter's surname. 

Knowing Eugene as a comedienne, the comment was made to save Toni from further embarrassment and lighten up the situation. She even clarified to all that her name is "Eugene Domingo" before the show went to a gap. Watch the video below.


Eugene Domingo and Toni Gonzaga became close on the set of Wedding Tayo, Wedding Hindi, a 2011 Star Cinema movie which also stars Zanjoe Marudo and Wendell Ramos.

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Video: The Making of Tuhog | 2013 Skylight Films and Star Cinema

Posted on July 7, 2013 | 11:45 AM

Check out the making of Skylight Films' Tuhog, one of Star Cinema's offerings in celebration of its 20th anniversary. Tuhog (2013) is a dark comedy movie starring Empress, Leo Martinez, Jake Cuenca, Enchong Dee, and Eugene Domingo.

Tuhog Movie Poster

Tuhog is a shockingly beautiful story about the connected lives of three uniquely struggling people–the cranky bus barker, Fiesta (Eugene); the confused retired old man, Tonio (Leo); and Caloy (Enchong), the young man who preserves his virginity for his girlfriend (Empress)–whose screwed lives are further ‘screwed’ by a bus accident (more on the plot here).

Directed by Veronica Velasco, Tuhog will open in theaters July 17, 2013. Below is "the making" of Tuhog. Meanwhile, watch the movie's full trailer here.



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Tuhog 2013 Full Trailer | Eugene Domingo, Enchong Dee, Leo Martinez, Jake Cuenca and Empress

Posted on June 28, 2013 | 9:20 PM

Star Cinema has released the official full trailer of Tuhog (2013), the second movie presentation of Skylight Films this year. Tuhog is a dark comedy movie starring Eugene Domingo, Enchong Dee, Jake Cuenca, Empress and Leo Martinez.

Tuhog

The title of the movie, Tuhog (which may sound erotic to some) stemmed from an accident which pierce three of the characters in a single steel bar. That mishap tied the lives of Fiesta (Eugene Domingo), Tonio (Leo Martinez) and Caloy (Enchong Dee) together (read more about the movie's plot here).

Written by Veronica Velasco and Jinky Laurel and also directed by Veronica Velasco (Last Supper No. 3 which won Best Film in 2009 Cinemalaya), Tuhog will open in theaters July 17, 2013. Watch the full trailer below.



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'Tuhog' Starring Eugene Domingo, Enchong Dee, Empress, Jake Cuenca and Leo Martinez Opens July 17

Posted on May 5, 2013 | 11:34 AM

After the hilarious comedy Bromance: My Brother's Romance which will hit theaters on May 15, Skylight Films and Star Cinema proudly present Tuhog, a dark comedy movie starring Eugene Domingo, Enchong Dee, Jake Cuenca, Empress and Leo Martinez.

'Tuhog' Starring Eugene Domingo, Enchong Dee, Empress, Jake Cuenca and Leo Martinez Opens May 29

In Tuhog, Eugene Domingo plays the role of Fiesta, a bus barker who turned spinster out of dedication to take good care of his demented father. Her life changes after she met Nato (Jake Cuenca), a driver who won her heart but with a dark secret.

Leo Martinez is Tonio, a retired old man past his prime who risked his pension to fulfill his dream of becoming a baker. Meanwhile, Enchong Dee plays Caloy, a young man who vowed to preserve his virginity for his girlfriend Angel (Empress), who also agreed to give her virginity only to Caloy. However, long distance relationship and a new guy in Angel's life challenged Caloy's faithfulness to the said pact.

The title of the movie, Tuhog (which may sound erotic to some) stemmed from an accident which pierce three of the characters in a single steel bar. That mishap tied the lives of Fiesta (Eugene Domingo), Tonio (Leo Martinez) and Caloy (Enchong Dee) together. 

Who will be given another chance to live and make things right? And whose life is really bound to end? 

According to Eugene Domingo, Tuhog's script is one of the best she had read for a long time and given a chance to compete in international film festivals, the award-winning actress said that Tuhog's screenplay will have a good chance of winning.

Written by Veronica Velasco and Jinky Laurel and also directed by Veronica Velasco (Last Supper No. 3 which won Best Film in 2009 Cinemalaya), Tuhog will open in theaters July 17, 2013.

Photo courtesy of Tuhog Facebook Page
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Nora Aunor, Eddie Garcia Win Top Acting Plums at the 7th Asian Film Awards (2013)

Posted on March 19, 2013 | 10:09 AM

Nora Aunor and Eddie Garcia won top acting awards at the 7th Asian Film Awards held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on Monday, March 18 after their respective wins in the 6th Asia Pacific Screen Awards and the 55th Asia Pacific Film Festival.

Nora Aunor, Eddie Garcia Win Best Actress and Best Actor, respectively at the 7th Asian Film Awards (2013)

Nora Aunor was hailed Best Actress for her performance in the internationally-acclaimed Thy Womb helmed by Brillante Mendoza while Eddie Garcia won Best Actor for his role in Bwakaw, the Philippines' official entry to the 2013 Oscars.

Nora bested the likes of Cho Min-soo (South Korea), Golshifteh Farahani (Afghanistan), Gwei Lun-Mei (Taiwan), and Hao Lei (China) for the award while Eddie Garcia, who also won People's Choice for Best Actor beat other nominees for Best Actor Joseph Chang (Taiwan), Choi Min-sik (South Korea), Tony Leung Ka-fai (Hong Kong), and Liu Ye (China).

Last year, Eugene Domingo (Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank) won People's Choice for Best Actress in the 6th edition of the Asian Film Awards. Shamaine Buencamino, meanwhile, bagged the Best Supporting Actress in the same edition.

It was the first time that the Philippines bagged both the Best Actor and Best Actress awards in Asian Film Awards, dubbed as the Asian Oscars. Gina Pareño is the first Filipino to win an award in the said Hong Kong based award-giving body, bagging the Best Supporting Actress trophy in 2009 for her performance in Brillante Mendoza‘s Serbis.

Here are the winners of the 7th Asian Film Awards (2013):

Best Film:
“Mystery” (China)

Best Actress:
Nora Aunor, “Thy Womb” (Philippines)

Best Actor:
Eddie Garcia, “Bwakaw” (Philippines)

Best Director:
Kitano Takeshi, “Outrage Beyond” (Japan)

Best Supporting Actor:
Nawazuddin Siddiqui, “Talaash: The Answer Lies Within” (India)

Best Supporting Actress:
Watanabe Makiko, “Capturing Dad” (Japan)

Best Newcomer:
Qi Xi, “Mystery” (China)

Best Cinematographer:
Touraj Aslani, “Rhino Season” (India)
Best Editor:
Kusakabe Mototaka – The Kirishima Thing

Best Costume Designer:
Man Lim-chung, “The Silent War” (China/Hong Kong)

Best Production Designer:
Bahman Ghobadi & Ali Daryai, “Rhino Season” (India)

Best Composer:
Pritam Chakraborty, “Barfi!” (India)

Best Visual Effects:
Fred Khoshtinat, “Rhino Season” (India)

Best Screenwriter:
Mei Feng, Yu Fan & Lou Ye, “Mystery” (China)

2012’s Top-Grossing Asian Film Award:
“Lost in Thailand” (Thailand)

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25th Aliw Awards 2012 Winners: Sarah Geronimo, Jed Madela, Iza Calzado, KZ Tandingan and More!

Posted on November 27, 2012 | 9:28 AM

25th Aliw Awards 2012 WinnersThe 25th Aliw Awards (2012) was held at the Fiest Pavilion of Manila Hotel Monday night, November 26. 

Sarah Geronimo bagged the Best Female Major Concert award for her 24/SG concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, while Jed Madela won the male counterpart for his Beyond Expectations concert at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Aiza Seguerra was hailed as Best Actress in a Featured Role for Rock of Ages.

Eugene Domingo and Edgar Allan Guzman were hailed as Best Actress and Actor, respectively for a non-musical theater act. Iza Calzado was bestowed the Best Female Emcee award while KZ Tandingan was awarded the Best New Artist trophy, beating YouTube sensation, Zendee Rose Tenerefe.

Here is the complete list of winners of the 25th Aliw Awards 2012:

BEST MAJOR CONCERT (MALE)
Jed Madela (Beyond Expectations/CCP)
BEST MAJOR CONCERT (FEMALE)
Sarah Geronimo (24/SG Araneta Coliseum)
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A CONCERT (MALE)
Bo Cerrudo (Cerrudo atTeatrino)
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A CONCERT (FEMALE)
Isay Alvarez (Swings Out with AMP Band/Teatrino)
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A CONCERT (GROUP)
Gloc 9 (Rap Rocker/ Metro Bar)
BEST PRODUCTION FOR CHILDREN
Wizard of Oz (Repertory Philippines)
BEST NON MUSICAL PRODUCTION
Sintang Dalisay (Tanghalang Ateneo)
BEST MUSICAL PRODUCTION
King and I (Resorts World)
BEST CONCERT STAGE DIRECTOR
Floy Quintos (Jed Madela Beyond Expectations)
BEST MUSICAL DIRECTOR
Mel Villena (Swings Out with AMP Band)
BEST STAGE DIRECTOR (MUSICAL)
Freddie Santos (King and I/Resorts World)
BEST STAGE DIRECTOR (NON-MUSICAL)
Ricardo Abad (Sintang Dalisay/Tanghalang Ateneo)
BEST ACTOR (NON MUSICAL)
Edgar Allan Guzman (Bona/PETA)
BEST ACTRESS (NON MUSICAL)
Eugene Domingo (Bona/PETA)
BEST ACTOR (MUSICAL)
Leo Valdez (King and I/ Resorts World)
BEST ACTRESS (MUSICAL)
Joanna Ampil (Sound of Music/ResortsWorld)
BEST ACTRESS IN A FEATURED ROLE
Aiza Seguerra (Rock of Ages/Atlantis)
BEST ACTOR IN A FEATURED ROLE
Phil Noble (Bona/PETA)
BEST CHILD PERFORMER
Alon Severino (Totong Hilot/Virgin Labfest 8)
BEST STAND UP COMEDIAN
Jon Santos (Music Museum)
BEST NEW ARTIST
KZ Tandingan
BEST NEW ARTIST (Group)
The Filipino Tenors
BEST DANCE COMPANY
Ballet Manila
BEST CULTURAL GROUP
Tanghalang SLU (Baguio City)
BEST CHORAL GROUP
UST Singers
BEST INSTRUMENTALIST
Mary Ann Espina (Piano)
BEST EMCEE (FEMALE)
Iza Calzado
BEST EMCEE (MALE)
RJ Ledesma
BEST CLASSICAL DANCER
Lisa Macuja (Swan Song Series/Ballet Manila)
BEST CLASSICAL PERFORMER
Randy Gilongo
BEST COLLABORATION IN A CONCERT
Lea Salonga/Cecille Licad/ Lisa Macuja (Legends and Classics/CCP)
BEST PERFORMER IN HOTELS, MUSIC LOUNGES AND BARS (GROUP)
Draybers (Resorts World)
BEST PERFORMANCE IN HOTELS, MUSIC LOUNGES, BARS (FEMALE)
Pat Castillo (Tap Room/Manila Hotel)
BEST PERFORMER IN HOTELS, MUSIC LOUNGES, BARS (MALE)
Ronnie Diao (Moomba Bar)
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Danny Dolor
Jose Mari Chan
UP Concert Chorus
Imelda Papin
HALL OF FAME
UP Singing Ambassadors
QC Performing Arts

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I Do Bidoo Bidoo Cinema Trailer Released!

Posted on July 27, 2012 | 10:30 PM

The cinematic trailer for the upcoming musical comedy movie I Do Bidoo Bidoo has been released. The said movie features the hit songs of OPM legend APO Hiking Society.

Starring Gary Valenciano, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Eugene Domingo, Ogie Alcasid, Sam Concepcion and introducing Tippy Dos Santos, I Do Bidoo Bidoo will hit theaters this August 29.
I Do Bidoo Bidoo
I Do Bidoo Bidoo tells the story of young lovers who are about to get married but are torn by their families’ differences. It's the Polotans versus the Fuentebellas in this uniquely feel-good film packed with singing and dancing (read more about the plot here).

Also starring Neil Coleta, Frenchie Dy, Sweet Plantado, Jaime Fabregas, Kiray Celis and Gerald Pesigan, I Do Bidoo Bidoo is directed by the Chris Martinez under Unitel Pictures and Studio 5.

Sam Concepcion as Rocky Polotan in I Do Bidoo BidooTippy Dos Santos as Tracy Fuentebella in I Do Bidoo Bidoo


Watch the I Do Bidoo Bidoo cinema trailer below:




More I Do Bidoo Bidoo publicity photos below:


Zsa Zsa Padilla as Elaine Fuentebella in i Do Bidoo BidooGary Valenciano as Nick Fuentebella in I Do Bidoo Bidoo

Eugene DOmingo as Rosie Polotan in I Do Bidoo BidooOgie Alcasid as Pol Polotan in I Do Bidoo Bidoo

Kiray Celis as Jazzy in I Do Bidoo BidooNeil Coleta as Brent in I Do Bidoo BidooGerald Pesigan as Raprap in I Do Bidoo Bidoo

Fuentebella vs Polotan Family in I Do Bidoo Bidoo

Photos courtesy of I Do Bidoo Bidoo Facebook
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Eugene Domingo is Cinema One's Numero Uno for July 2012

Posted on July 17, 2012 | 6:19 PM

Cinema One gives emphasis to comedy this month as it presents Eugene Domingo as “Numero Uno”. 

Known for her exaggerated yet hilarious portrayals of characters in films like the “Ang Tanging Ina” and “Kimmy Dora” series, succumb into laughter and craziness through a marathon of her movies. 

Eugene Domingo is Cinema One Numero Uno for July

The multi-awarded actress of Gawad Tanglaw and Metro Manila Film Festival will have her movies aired on “Tuesday Comedy”, every 6:00 p.m. featuring “Mamarazzi” on July 24 and “Kimmy Dora” on July 31. 

Also on “Must-See Movies” every 5:00 p.m., “Ang Tanging Ina N’yong Lahat” on July 18, “Ang Tanging Ina Mo Last Na ‘To” on July 19, and “Ang Cute ng Ina Mo” on July 20. 

Laugh out loud with Eugene this month on Cinema One. Cinema One is available on SkyCable Gold, SkyCable Silver and other quality cable operators nationwide. For more information about the latest happenings in the Philippines’s number cable channel, visit to http://www.facebook.com/Cinema1channel.

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Zanjoe Marudo: Comedy is More Challenging than Drama

Posted on June 28, 2012 | 6:16 PM

Hunk actor Zanjoe Marudo admitted that he’s more comfortable with serious acting and that compared to veteran comedians, he still has a long way to go.


Zanjoe Marudo

“It’s really difficult to make people laugh. Many people think that it’s harder to do drama but for me, comedy is more challenging.”

In “Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme” where he portrayed as Barry, Zanjoe said that he didn’t feel too much pressure because he was with great actors. Even Eugene Domingo, lead actress in the film, said that Zanjoe’s acting was great.

In “Banana Split” where he regularly tries his best at comedy, he said that if you’re comfortable with the people you’re with, your acting will come out more natural. “We’re almost like brothers and sisters in the show. We help each other,” he said.

Meanwhile in “Banana Split” this Saturday (June 30), watch out for “More Pun in the Philippines” where the cast will sing songs about the different places of the country. In “Hot Issue”, the gang will spoof Angeline Quinto’s search for her biological mom and Ruffa’s walkout in a talk show.

Catch Banana Split this Saturday (June 30) after “TODA Max” on ABS-CBN.


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Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme Grosses P100 Million in 2 Weeks

Posted on June 26, 2012 | 10:07 PM

Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme (aka Kimmy Dora 2) had already grossed more than P100 million according to Star Cinema.

This was announced on Kris TV's first anniversary on Monday, June 25 and also posted by Star Cinema's promotions manager on Twitter.

Kimmy Dora and The Temple of Kiyeme (Kimmy Dora 2) 2nd Week Gross: P100 million

Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme is the only 2012 Pinoy film so far to surpass the P100 million mark aside from Angel Locsin and John Lloyd Cruz' Unofficially Yours.

With the success of Kimmy Dora 2, lead star Eugene Domingo can't contain her happiness and thanked all the fans who supported the movie. The sequel also earned more than the first movie which according  to Box Office Mojo earned a total of P81 million on it's entire run.
"Gusto kong magpasalamat sa lahat ng nanood at nag-enjoy hindi lang isa beses kung hindi maraming beses. Dapat tayong mag-celebrate kasi Pinoy film ngayon ang pinakamalakas sa box office. So mabuhay ang pelikulang Pilipino." 
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