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31st Luna Awards 2013 Winners | Angel Locsin Wins Best Actress, The Mistress Big Winner

Posted on June 1, 2013 | 11:21 PM

The 31st Luna Awards (2013) happened June 1 and the Film Academy of the Philippines (FAP) has given 12 Luna trophies to outstanding films and people behind the successful movies of the year.

31st Luna Awards 2013 Winners

Star Cinema's The Mistress was big winner of the night, clinching half of the trophies given away. It won Best Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Actor for John Lloyd Cruz, Best Supporting Actor for Ronaldo Valdez and Best Supporting Actress for Hilda Koronel. 

Angel Locsin won Best Actress, her fourth Best Actress trophy for her performance in One More Try. Meanwhile, the last five awards were brought home by El Presidente, including the most coveted Best Picture award. 

Here are the winners of the 31st Luna Awards 2013:

El Presidente

Olivia M. Lamasan (The Mistress)

John Lloyd Cruz (The Mistress)

Angel Locsin (One More Try)

Ronaldo Valdez (The Mistress)

Hilda Koronel (The Mistress)


Director/Actor Eddie Garcia

Vanessa R. Valdez (The Mistress)

Carlo Mendoza (El Presidente)

Danny Red & Joel M.V. Bilbao (El Presidente)

Marya Ignacio (The Mistress)

Jessie Lasaten (El Presidente)

Albert Michael Idioma (El Presidente)

Director Marilou Diaz-Abaya (Posthumous)
Director Peque Gallaga

The Film Academy of the Philippines recognizes the artistic and technical excellence of the performances and accentuates the value of quality works of the people behind the outstanding films shown during the year.

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'The Mistress' Grosses P106.27 Million on First 5 Days - Box Office Mojo

Posted on September 19, 2012 | 1:26 PM

Star Cinema's The Mistress starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo grossed P106.27 million on its first 5 days of showing according to Box Office Mojo (BOM).

This was a validation of Star Cinema's previous report that The Mistress had reached the P100 million mark in just 5 days. On its first week, The Mistress had already raked in P140 million according to Star Cinema's Roxy Liquigan.

The Mistress grosses P106.27 million on first 5 days - Box Office Mojo

The Mistress (which is shown in 200 theaters) is the number 1 movie for the period of September 12-16 beating Resident Evil: Retribution (settling at far no. 2 with P64.03 million) which also premiered the same day as The Mistress in over 212 theaters.

The Mistress is the fourth film this year to breach the P100 million mark and is expected to hit the P200 million mark (or even surpass the P300 million mark) in the coming weeks. 

Here are the top 10 movies in the Philippines for the period September 12-16 according to BOM. Click here to see last week's ranking.

Weekend Gross
The Mistress (2012)
Star Cin.
106,273,381 PHP
106.27-M PHP
Resident Evil: Retribution
64,030,053 PHP
64.03-M PHP
1,500,628 PHP
19.23-M PHP
The Raid: Redemption
Viva Int.
1,220,158 PHP
4.74-M PHP
The Watch
998,698 PHP
11.07-M PHP
Total Recall (2012)
956,991 PHP
61.1-M PHP
652,942 PHP
3.1-M PHP
The Campaign
146,346 PHP
9.4-M PHP
The Dark Knight Rises
126,732 PHP
218.16-M PHP
The Bourne Legacy
65,864 PHP
200.27-M PHP

Highest Grossing Pinoy Films for 2012
(as of September 16, 2012)

1. Unofficially Yours - P157.25 M
2. Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme - P133.34 M
3. The Mistress - P106.27 M
4. The Healing - P104.6 M
5. The Reunion - P68.1 M
6. Moron 5 and the Crying Lady - P64.6 M
7. Born To Love You - P52.37 M
8. Corazon: Ang Unang Aswang - P51.4 M
9. Every Breath U Take - P50.2 M
10. The Mommy Returns - P30.6 M
11. Amorosa: The Revenge - P25.2 M
12. Boy Pick-Up: The Movie - P24.99 M
13. A Mother's Story - P24.81 M
14. My Cactus Heart - P23 M
15. My Kontrabida Girl - P13.09 M
16. I Do Bidoo Bidoo - P12.85 M
17. The Witness - P8.6 M
18. Just One Summer - P6.16 M
19. Hitman - P5.75 M
20. Bwakaw - P1.55 M
21. Captive - P1.11 M
22. Mga Mumunting Lihim - P0.77 M

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'The Mistress' Certified Box Office Hit, Grosses P100 Million in Just 5 Days!

Posted on September 16, 2012 | 5:52 PM

Star Cinema's The Mistress is a certified blockbuster! The movie which is topbilled by John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo had already grossed P100 million barely a week after it premiered in theaters.

The Mistress Certified Box Office Hit! Grosses P100 Million on first 5 days

In a report by The Buzz on Sunday, The Mistress had reached the P100-million mark in just 5 days of showing. The report was then confirmed by Star Cinema's Roxy Liquigan and Marketing director Marj So via Twitter.

"Thanks to all those who watched, was entertained & intrigued #TheMistress reaches its Php 100M mark today! Watch it now or watch it again...," tweeted Marj So.

It was earlier reported that The Mistress had an opening gross of P25 million breaking the record of The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin which grossed P23.6 million on first day. Vice Ganda's movie eventually became the Philippines' highest-grossing movie of all time.

Will The Mistress be able to surpass Praybeyt Benjamin's record? The said movie reached the P200-million mark in just a week before topping it all with P331.63 million in the box office.

Meanwhile, The Mistress will surely make money not only in the Philippines but also overseas as its international screening is all set for several venues across North America, the Middle East and in Europe, New Zealand and Guam (Click here for the schedule dates and venue).

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The Mistress Grosses P25 Million on First Day - Star Cinema

Posted on September 13, 2012 | 11:48 PM

The Mistress starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo had grossed P25 million on its opening day according to Star Cinema's Advertising and Promotions manager, Mico del Rosario.

[Check out the cinema trailer of The Mistress here. For the memorable movie lines and quotable quotes, check here.]

Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz (The Mistress)Star Cinema's The Mistress a Certified Box Office Hit!

Based on the figure, The Mistress can be considered as a super box office hit, beating the record set by The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin which grossed P23.9 million on its first day. Praybeyt Benjamin which stars Vice Ganda is currently the highest-grossing Filipino film of all time.

The Mistress marks the 10th anniversary of John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo as a love team. Directed by Olivia Lamasan, it also stars veteran and award-winning actors Ronaldo Valdez and Hilda Koronel.

With a story and formula that of previous hits such as No Other Woman, The Mistress is also expected to break box office records. The question is that will it be able to topple Vice Ganda's success and eventually be hailed as the Philippines' highest-grossing movie?

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John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo's 'The Mistress' Movie Quotes

The Mistress Official Poster, Movie Quotes, Movie lines and Quotable QuotesStar Cinema's most-awaited movie this year, The Mistress premiered on Wednesday, September 12. Directed by Olivia Lamasan, the said movie is in celebration of John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo's 10th anniversary as a love team. 

Also starring Ronaldo Valdez and Hilda Koronel, The Mistress tells a four-way love story of the benefactor (Rico), the wife (Regina), the lover (JD) and the mistress (Sari). In the film, Bea is a wardrobe mistress, that is a master cutter (aside from being a man's mistress). Ronaldo Valdez is her benefactor while John Lloyd is her lover. The wife is played by Hilda Koronel.

Below are some of the movie quotes and lines from The Mistress. Watch the film to know more about the characters who said these quotable quotes but somehow, by just reading these lines, you'll have an idea on who gets to say them. 

Spoiler alert: If you're planning to watch the film, don't read further because some lines will spoil the story and interconnection among the characters.
"Sari. Finally. Isang linggo ko rin pinag-isipan ang pangalan mo. Gusto mong magkape? Kasi ako, gusto kong magkape kasama ka."
"Have I told you how much I hate Thursdays?"
"It's Thursday. It's the day of the week that hurts me... He is with her every Thursday, every fuckin' Thursday fuckin' her."
"Alam mo kung ano ang kaya kong gawin na hindi kaya ng Mr. Thursday mo. Kaya kitang pakasalan. Sa akin, wala kang kahati."
"Sa akin. Marami kang kahati."
"Tapusin mo na para hindi ka masaktan."
"I can't. When I married him, for better or for worse... I love him."
"He keeps on doing that to you because you keep on forgiving him."
"I live to disappoint you, father. It's my greatest joy."
"I didn't raise you to turn your back on me when I need you most... You ungrateful, boy."
"So the next time you call her a whore, I'm going to hurt you so bad so you can't say those words again. Ever."
"This my dear is your gift to me. Don't worry, mas mura pa 'to kesa balak mong iwan sa kabit mo."
You're a mistress."
"Mistress. Wardrobe mistress. Yan yung tawag sa mga babaeng master cutter."
"As long as I am alive, you will never be promoted to wife."
"JD, hindi ako puta."
"Ang daming dahilan para hindi kita mahalin. Pero may isang dahilan para 'di ko magawa yun. Mahal kita. Yun lang yun."
"Yes, I am Mrs. Torres, the wife and the mother of the two men willing to kill each other for this bitch."
"Layuan mo ang asawa ko. Tagalog na yan para maintindihan mo."
One of the most dramatic confrontation scenes from the movie trailer:
JD: Do you love me?
Sari: Oo, pero
JD: Sari
Sari: Hindi ko iiwan si Rico
JD: Bakit hindi mo siya maiwan?
Sari: Umalis ka na
JD: Is it the money?
Sari: Mukha bang pera ang habol ko sa kanya?
JD: Kundi pera ano? Sex?
Sari: Kung oo. Titigilan mo na ba ako?
JD: No! Because I bet you. I'm a damn better lover.
Sari: Tama na!
JD: You enjoy being some old man’s dirty little secret ganoon ba?
Sari: Walang babaeng pinangarap maging kabit.
JD: Then get out.
Sari: Mahal ko siya.
More movie quotes from www.iamthecoffeechic.com
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Ina, Kapatid, Anak Teaser Trailer Released!

Posted on August 31, 2012 | 11:15 AM

ABS-CBn has just released the teaser trailer for the upcoming teleserye Ina, Kapatid, Anak starring Kim Chiu, Xian Lim, Enchong Dee and Maja Salvador.

Ina, Kapatid, Anak Poster

Ina, Kapatid, Anak marks the return on primetime of My Binondo Girl hit tandem Kim Chiu and Xian Lim (KimXi). Maja Salvador, who had a minor role in 'Binondo' will also reunite with the two. Enchong Dee will add spice in the series coming from his last teleserye, Maria La Del Barrio.

An all-star drama, Ina, Kapatid, Anak's story will revolve around the shoe industry and the struggles among the lead characters. In one of her interviews, Maja said that aside from its unique storyline, viewers should watch out for a lot of “explosive and dramatic” encounters between her and Kim.

Also starring Janice De Belen, Eddie Gutierrez, Cherrie Pie Picache, Ariel Rivera, Pilar Pilapil and Ronaldo Valdez, Ina, Kapatid, Anak is under the direction of Jojo Saguin and Don Cuaresma. The show is slated to premiere this October 8, 2012, and is said to replace Walang Hanggan.

Watch the teaser trailer of Ina, Kapatid, Anak below:

What can you say about the storyline and it's cast? Can it live up to viewers' expectations and be able to fill the shoes of the country's number 1 series Walang Hanggan? Comment below.

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Bea and John Lloyd's 'The Mistress' Official Poster Unveiled

Posted on August 26, 2012 | 9:28 AM

Star Cinema released the official poster for The Mistress, their latest mature film which marks Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz's 10th anniversary as a love team. One big and beautiful celebration, The Mistress will tackle a complicated love story of four people set to hit theaters September 12, 2012.

The Mistress starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo Official Movie Poster

Since their first team-up in the critically acclaimed and top-rating ABS-CBN teleserye in 2002, Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay, John Lloyd and Bea have won the hearts of the Filipino viewers proven by a string of remarkable TV and film projects over the past decade.

In The Mistress, both Bea and John Lloyd matured as an actor, with Bea's role considered as her bravest to date. John Lloyd Cruz plays JD Torres, a guy who fell in love with a mysterious woman named Sari Alfonso (played by Bea Alonzo). 

Sari, on the other hand is committed to her benefactor, a married man named Rico (Ronaldo Valdez). The said successful businessman's legal wife is Regina, played by multi-awarded actress Hilda Koronel.

Under the direction of Olivia Lamasan, The Mistress also stars Ms. Anita Linda, Carmi Martin, Tony Mabesa, K Brosas, Gabe Mercado, Minnie Aguilar, Nor Domingo and Clarence Delgado. 

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Star Cinema's 'The Mistress' Cinema Trailer (starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo)

Posted on August 25, 2012 | 10:14 PM

Star Cinema has just released the official full trailer for The Mistress, Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz's 10th anniversary movie.

Star Cinema's The Mistress - John lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo

The Mistress will be Bea Alonzo's most daring role to date, playing the title role as the mistress named Sari whose benefactor Rico (Ronaldo Valdez) was way older. Bea and Ronaldo will have intimate scenes in the movie.

Playing Ronaldo Valdez's wife is award-winning actress Hilda Koronel while John Lloyd Cruz will be Sari's suitor named JD.

In the movie, Bea and John Lloyd's paths will cross in an unexpected circumstance, that is when Sari is already committed to a married man, Rico (Ronaldo Valdez).

Perhaps one of the most-awaited movie this year, The Mistress will surely be another box-office hit from Star Cinema. Directed by the Olivia Lamasan, The Mistress opens in theaters this September 12. Read more about the movie here.

Watch the official full trailer of The Mistress below, Bea and John Lloyd's 10th annivesary movie:

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Bea Alonzo and Ronaldo Valdez Have Love Scenes in 'The Mistress'

Posted on August 20, 2012 | 9:56 PM

Star Cinema offers another controversial love story with the upcoming movie The Mistress starring Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz in celebration of their 10th anniversary as a love team.

In this movie, Bea Alonzo will be at her bravest and most daring role yet. Playing the title role as the mistress named Sari, the movie required Bea to have kissing and love scenes with an older man (Rico) played by veteran actor Ronaldo Valdez.

Bea Alonzo and Ronaldo Valdez have kissing scenes and love scenes in The Mistress
Ronaldo Valdez, 64, who once played Bea Alonzo's father in the hit remake I Love Betty La Fea, revealed that he and Bea will have love scenes in the movie.

“Nung mabasa ko ‘yung script at malaman ko ‘yung role ko bilang si Rico ang mature benefactor ni Sari (Bea), na-excite ako kaya pumayag agad ako. Kinilig ako kasi it’s a love story of two people na nagkataon ‘yung isa younger at ‘yung isa older tapos at nagkataon din na meron nang pamilya si Rico.”

According to the highly-acclaimed actor, the movie is a great challenge for him since it's not only a typical father that he is portraying but Bea Alonzo's lover and John Lloyd's rival. He also added that he tried to be at ease with Bea.

“Dahil baka mailang siya I tried my best to be ease with her. Ayokong isipin niya na nagte-take advantage ako. Well its work, but then again syempre kailangan ng preparations lalo na at may love scenes.”

Meanwhile, John Lloyd Cruz will be playing JD, Sari's suitor. In the movie, Bea and John Lloyd's paths will cross in an unexpected circumstance, that is when Sari is already committed to a married man, Rico (Ronaldo Valdez).

Aside from Bea, John Lloyd and Ronaldo, The Mistress also stars multi-awarded actress Hilda Koronel who will play Regina, Rico's understanding wife. This will be Ms. Hilda's first movie after six years in hiatus and the reason she said yes to the project is not just that she loved the script the first time she had read it.

“It’s a perfect project–it’s from Star Cinema, I have direk Olive, and I’m working with John Lloyd, Bea, and Ronald. When you have all these people, you just can’t say no!”

Under the direction of acclaimed director Olivia Lamasan, The Mistress will hit Philippine theaters this September 12, 2012.

The Mistress Cast - Minnie Aguilar, Ronaldo Valdez, Hilda Koronel, Clarence Delgado, John Lloyd cruz and Bea Alonzo - with Direk Olive Lamasan

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'The Mistress' Starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo Opens September 12

Posted on August 18, 2012 | 2:27 PM

In celebration of their 10th anniversary as a love team, Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz topbill the Star Cinema's latest mature film offering, The Mistress which will open in Philippines theaters this September 12.

A braver and fiercer Bea Alonzo will surprise us in The Mistress set as her reunion movie with original tandem John Lloyd Cruz. According to Bea, The Mistress is one grand celebration of a decade of her team up with Lloydie.

The Mistress (Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz) poster
“Nakakatuwa kasi ang layo na ng narating nung relasyon namin bilang magkatrabaho. Isang dekada na. Honestly, bawat project ay iniisip namin baka last na, kagaya ng ‘One More Chance’ at ‘Miss You Like Crazy,’ pero hindi. Kaya sobra po talaga ang pasasalamat namin sa mga naniwala at sumusuporta sa amin sa loob ng 10 taon,” shared Bea.

“Hanggang ngayon, napapatulala pa rin ako kung pano niya dinideliver ang roles niya, he’s such a good actor. Everytime na magkatrabaho kami ni Lloydi parang may sense of familiarity ka yet it’s always refreshing kasi palagi siyang may binibigay na bago, ‘yung talagang mapapasabi ka ng ‘uy bago yun ah,” added Bea.

In their ten years as a love team, The Mistress can be considered as their 'bravest' film. Bea Alonzo said that in this film, she went out of her comfort zone and did things she had never done in a teleserye or movie.

“Seriously, kinakabahan talaga ako hanggang ngayon. Nagdalawang isip ako noong una kung kaya ko siyang gawin kasi nasanay na ako sa comfort zone ko na ano ako yung regular na mabait na character. By far, ito pinakamatapang na movie ko dahil marami akong ginawa dito na never ko pa nagawa sa teleserye man o pelikula. Mahirap siya, feeling ko aatakehin ako sa puso kada eksena,” explained Bea.

Under the direction of  Olivia Lamasan, The Mistress is a beautiful ‘imperfect love story’ which tackles infidelity. It is about the not so ordinary love between Sari Alfonso (Bea) and JD Torres (John Lloyd) whose roads crossed unexpectedly, and whose love grows at the wrong time. “What will you do if the only woman  you love is already somebody's property?”

Also starring Ronaldo Valdez, Minnie Aguilar, Clarence Delgado and Ms. Hilda Koronel, The Mistress is showing September 12 in theaters nationwide.

For more information about The Mistress, just log on to http://www.StarCinema.com.ph/, http://facebook.com/StarCinema and at http://twitter.com/StarCinema.

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Bea and Derek Movie Follows a Controversial Theme

Posted on January 29, 2012 | 3:13 PM

In an interview with ABS-CBN's E-Live on January 28, Bea Alonzo dropped hints about her upcoming movie with Derek Ramsay. The two met with Star Cinema on January 27 to talk about the said reunion movie.


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