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In Columbia Pictures’ new wild comedy “Zookeeper,” the animals at the Franklin Park Zoo love their kindhearted caretaker, Griffin Keyes (Kevin James). Finding himself more comfortable with a lion than a lady, Griffin decides the only way to get a girl in his life is to leave the zoo and find a more glamorous job. The animals, in a panic, decide to break their time-honored code of silence and reveal their biggest secret: they can talk!
As darkness settles in theaters, “Fright Night” in 3D is sure to bite a brand-new generation of horror-film devotees with its imaginative take on a cult classic-a perfect blend of horror and action. As lead actor Colin Farrell explains, “There are none of those romantic leanings. This vampire is just a killer. He’s over four hundred years old. He’s probably a little bit bored when we find him, but he feeds. He just feeds.” A revamp of the 1985 comedy-horror classic, “Fright Night” revolves around Charley (Anton Yelchin), a high school senior who’s on top of the world-he’s running with…
“Steven’s movies don’t leave any fat on the bone. They’re lean and fast.”
The modern day hero is nowhere near Andres Bonifacio or Jose Rizal. He does not carry a sword; nor does he wield a pen to rally a revolution. He is largely unknown and unacknowledged. But his sacrifice is no less valiant – after all he carries the dream of his family and a country’s economic security (17 billion USD in remittances and a 12% in GDP) on his shoulders. So how do you say ‘thank you’ to a hero? How do you give back to the 11 million overseas Filipino workers who are sustaining our nation?
MTV recently announced the triumphant return of Beyoncé to the VMA stage at the “2011 MTV Video Music Awards” for what promises to be the latest addition to her extraordinary list of unforgettable VMA performances. Nominated for three Moonmen this year including “Best Female Video,” “Best Choreography” and “Best Cinematography,” Beyoncé will add to her remarkable music legacy with a performance for the ages.
Filipinos has once again proven that we can be good in every field we take part whether it is in the Philippines or abroad. Just recently, three (3) Costume Players or more popularly known as Cosplayers won in Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC) cosplay competition, which is one of Asia’s biggest cosplay event. Singapore-based Pinoy Roy Anchinges was hailed grand winner of the event, while Hero Face Off champions Stephanie Sumbe and Mary Grace Roldan received Special Jury Prize.
Be mesmerized as fur shawls, metallic corsets, beaded fishnet stockings and pointy boots, with matching the lavishness of an evening eye and face make-up, dominate primetime TV! Velvet, the fun, sexy channel, proudly airs the much-awaited third season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” beginning on August 27, 10p.m. In the newest season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Asian and definitely “Pinay” drag contender Manila Luzon joins 12 of the competition’s talented and overly dramatic beauties, who are pitted against each other in an over-the-top competition and given the chance to fulfill their lifelong dream of becoming America’s Next Drag Superstar.
After the success of BUM Equipment’s “MY STORY” contest, they are back with another contest that will definitely reveal your darker side. Focusing now on its new concept, Costume Play, or more popularly known as COSPLAY, is what they want to penetrate because of its growing style trend in the Philippines. Truth to this is that it is no longer just part of the Otaku culture (fans of Japanese comic books or manga), but it is becoming a common sight in everyday Pinoy fashion little by little. There’s a lot to Cosplay than a representation of a person’s favorite anime…
Hey there! Get ready for a culinary throwdown of mouth-watering proportions! We need 20 BLOGGERS interested to cover the GREAT DOLE COOK-OFF! happening this August 26th, Friday at 6PM. Chosen bloggers will be contacted thru SMS and is required to post a comment here to confirm. Thanks. Here are the 20 Bloggers chosen to cover the event: Arvin Ello Karen G Tuazon Aileen Vedad Orlee Pasion Marco Dennis Esplana Jenny Roxas Richard Mamuyac Myk Rome Rod Magaru Patricia Venci Josephine Bonsol Ethan Jamelle Geronimo Jinkee Umali Marjorie Pineda Edelweiza Mabalay Florencio Jusay Ruth Floresca Jude Ng Nicely Rom Marco Polo…