From the popular webcomic comes the highly-anticipated fantasy-adventure film, “Along With The Gods: The Two Worlds”!
Starring Ha Jung-woo (The Tunnel), Cha Tae-hyun (My Sassy Girl), Ju Ji-hoon (Princess Hours), Kim Hyang-gi (Snowy Road), Lee Jung-jae (Il Mare), Kim Dong-wook (The Concubine), and Do Kyung-soo (D.O. of EXO)!
“Along With The Gods: The Two Worlds”, now showing in cinemas nationwide!
Ang mga superhero na magpapasaya at magpapatawa sa’tin ngayong Pasko, makikilala mo na!
Abangan ang mga adventures nina Kweenie (Pia Wurtzbach), Rappido (Daniel Padilla) at Gandarra (Vice Ganda), ang ating mga bagong #tagapagtangGOALS! “Gandarrapiddo: The Revenger Squad”, now showing in cinemas nationwide!
Marami ang kinikilig sa tambalang James Reid at Nadine Lustre kaya naman inaabangan talaga ang kanilang comeback movie kasama ang “On The Wings of Love” at “Till I Met You” director na si Tonet Jadaone.
Sunod-sunod ang nagiging performances ni James sa Sunday show na ASAP at nagiging viral ang mga videos ni James Reid sa ASAP Chillout.
Kamakailan lang ay tinanong ng hosts si James ng isang tanong na gustong-gustong itanong ng karamihan: Ilang anak ba ang gusto ni James at Nadine?
Mula sa isang malaking pamilya si James kaya naman hindi kataka-taka na gusto niya ring magkaroon ng maraming anak.
Ayon kay James, “Gusto ko marami kasi my family, I have 7 [siblings], 7 of us so… Masaya ‘pag marami.”
Siguradong magiging magaganda at gwapo ang magiging anak nila ni Nadine in the future!
Ating abangan ang “Revolution: The JaDine Concert” ngayong darating na February 2018!
Celebrities have already started celebrating the holidays with their families and friends.
One of these celebs would be Mrs. Anne Curtis Heussaff. On her Instagram, she shared photos of her shining, shimmering “Friendsmas” dinner with her fellow It Girls Martine Cajucom, Bea Soriano-Dee, soon-to-be-mommy Isabelle Daza, Geogina Wilson, and Liz Uy.
She even made a cheesy but sweet statement about what she wants to receive on Christmas!
“Excited for Christmas.
Want to know what I want for Christmas?
Well, I already got it.
Swipe to find out what it is.
Apology for the #AngAga”
The It Girls’ “Friendsmas” dinner looked like a blast!
Popstar Royalty Sarah Geronimo shared the concert stage with three of the most promising young artists in the country.
The powerful performance was delivered by Sarah G., James Reid, Inigo Pascual, and Darren Espanto on ABS-CBN’S Just Love Christmas Special. They all channeled their inner Bruno Mars as they sang and danced his famous hits.
First, Geronimo did a rendition of Mars’ “24K Magic”.
She was then joined by Espanto for an “Uptown Funk” duet.
Geronimo sang “That’s What I Like” with Pascual.
The “Miss Granny” co-stars Geronimo and Reid performed “Locked Out Of Heaven”.
For the last part, the four singers serenaded the audience with Mars’ hit song, “Treasure”.
Watch their epic performance here:
Screenshots taken from ABS-CBN Entertainment YouTube
Some may say that actress Sarah Lahbati is living the perfect life. She has a pretty face, a good body, a solid career, and a beautiful family.
But just like the rest of, Sarah also gets her ups and downs in this roller coaster we call life. In her blog post, she admitted that she used to be an insecure teen.
She shared, “As a teenager, I felt so unsure, doubtful and self-conscious. I had wavy hair. I thought I was fat. I moved awkwardly. I wore the wrong clothes, apparently. I kept comparing myself to other girls who had straight hair (like they stepped out of a shampoo commercial) and perfect bodies, who moved gracefully and had model-perfect makeup. Yes, I was envious of how they looked and what they had.”
She recalled she had to work hard to get what she wants.
“Call me superficial, but I have to admit that not looking a certain way and not having cool stuff made me feel like I wasn’t enough.”
Things changed when Sarah finally met friends who accepted her for who she really is.
“That feeling changed when I met true friends who appreciated me for well, being just me. The messy-wavy haired me. The awkward me. The unfashionable teenage me.”
Sarah urged young women to not change the way they are just to please other people. For Sarah, you need to embrace and love yourself for who you truly are.
“And I want to assure women out there, young girls especially, that it’s important and amazing to be just you—to not change for anyone else’s approval!”
She continued, “Whenever I read or hear the expression, “How to be you?” I get a little upset. I am actually sick and tired of it. It’s not cute. People stress about not looking like their Instagram idol. This attitude has become a sort of sickness. We need to stop comparing ourselves to other.”
According to Sarah, the secret to overcoming insecurities is to have friends who will support you all the way and to love your imperfections.
“Each of us has her own special gifts and talents. Each one is beautiful in her way. Take care of yourself as best as you can. Exercise. Eat healthy. Develop your talents. Appreciate your uniqueness, whether you have a curvy body, wavy hair, straight hair, lanky arms or whatever. It’s okay to have baby fat. It’s okay to have curly hair. It’s okay if you are not graceful. You have positive traits that you can accentuate. You have a good heart, and you can give love. Find true friends who will have a positive influence and bring out the best in you.”
She encourages us to be the better versions of ourselves instead of being imitations of our favorite celebrities.
“Don’t ask the celebs you idolize, “How to be you?” Instead, ask yourself, “How can I be the best that I can be?” and improve yourself.”