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Yes, she's already in her late 30s, a wife, and a mother—but here's why no one asked for your opinion.
You've probably already heard of the news, but here's a refresher anyway: The cult-favorite 2001 Korean movie My Sassy Girl will have a Philippine remake and Toni Gonzaga has snagged the female lead role. The official announcement was released by Tin Can
The 2001 Korean romantic comedy film that launched Jun Ji Hyun to stardom is officially getting a Philippine adaptation.
Yes, it's true: The 2001 Korean romantic comedy film My Sassy Girl is finally getting a Philippine remake—and it will star none other than Toni Gonzaga! Toni—who happens to also be celebrating her 37th birthday today, January 20—confirmed the news on her Instagram
Director Erik Matti puts the spotlight on these cool movies.
2021 is finally hear, and if you still need a vacation from your recent break (Read: a bit more time on your couch in front of the tube), Erik Matti may have something for you. The acclaimed director celebrated the landing of
The film also stars folk band Ben&Ben!
It was announced earlier this year that popular Filipino indie folk band Ben&Ben would be starring in LSS (Last Song Syndrome)—an official entry to the 2019 Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino—alongside real-life sweethearts Gabbi Garcia and Khalil Ramos, and now, you can finally
If you just wanna have a feel-good time!
We all have those lazy days when we just want to sit back, relax, and mindlessly enjoy a good 'ol romantic-comedy to make us laugh and feel buterflies all at the same time. If you've got an iFlix account, then you're in luck
Buckle up, movie geeks! Netflix just got a whole lot more interesting.
After an endless amount of clamor from Filipino cinephiles, you can now finally stream a selection of award-winning and blockbuster local films on Netflix in the months to come. From acclaimed action flicks like Heneral Luna to romantic dramas like Starting Over
It's a full week of Filipino movies at the cinemas!
It was supposed to last for only one week in cinemas, but the first-ever Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino held in 2017 proved to be so successful with Filipino movie fans that #ExtendPPP became a hot topic on social media. The campaign ended with