Bea Alonzo, Paulo Avelino and Iza Calzado topbills “Sana Bukas Pa ang Kahapon”!

After six years absence in television, Bea Alonzo will be soon seen together with Paulo Avelino and Iza Calzado in the up-coming ABS-CBN’s teleserye Sana Bukas Pa ang Kahapon!


Also included in the casts are Susan Roces, Anita Linda, Ronaldo Valdez, Dina Bonnevie, Albert Martinez and Tonton Gutierrez. 

Six years after Betty La Fea the right time has arrived for Bea to be back on primetime.

This is what Bea said:

“Sobra akong pressured. Hindi ako magiging ipokrita, pressured ako. Kasi, first time ko sila makakasama halos lahat. Si Tita Anita lang at si Tito Ron ang nakatrabaho ko na before.

But syempre, more than the pressure, mas ‘yung excitement ‘yung nangingibabaw. Kasi, it’s not everyday na nabibigyan ka ng pagkakataon to work with these people. Alam mo ‘yun, na ikaw pa ‘yung anchor nu’ng show?

So, as much as pressured ako, mas nangingibabaw ‘yung excitement.”

Sana Bukas Pa ang Kahapon soon on ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida!

“She’s The One” International Screening Dates and Venues Revealed!

She’s The One starring Bea Alonzo, Dingdong Dantes and Enrique Gil is now a certified blockbuster movie!


The International Screening Dates and Venues revealed:

 USA, Middle East, Australia






Bea Alonzo torn between Dingdong Dantes and Enrique Gil in “She’s the One”!

They are three of this generation’s biggest stars. He is a two-time Best Actor winner and one of the top leading men in television and film. She is the undisputed box-office queen and he is one of the hottest young actor today. They have earned the respect of critics and the support of their audience. But they have never done a project together—until now.


This October, on its 20th anniversary, Star Cinema brings to the big screen Dingdong Dantes, Enrique Gil and Bea Alonzo in “She’s The One”, a story that combines the excitement of an unexpected romance with the epiphany that comes with finding the one person you can’t live without.

“She’s The One” hits theaters on October 16 and is directed by Mae Cruz from a story and script by the award-winning Vanessa Valdez. It also stars upcoming screen sweetheart Liza Soberano in her biggest, most important and most challenging film role to date.

After giving life to some of the screen’s most iconic female characters—Basha in One More Chance, Lara in And I Love You So, Mia in Miss You Like Crazy and Sari in The Mistress—Bea Alonzo brings viewers another one in this, her latest film project. Cat Aguinaldo is a young woman for whom family responsibility has always come first. The cat always stands by the side of her best friend Wacky (Dingdong), a morning show host and serial dater who unwittingly pushes his best friend into a complicated romantic situation just to save his TV career. By the time he realizes what he’s done and confronts his own feelings, it may be too late.

Dingdong returns to the Star Cinema fold after successful team-ups with Kris Aquino in Segunda Mano and Angelica Panganiban and Angel Locsin in One More Try. “She’s The One” is his first time to work with Bea Alonzo.

The film is woven around the idea of an “epiphany”, or that one moment in life when we finally find the answer that will change everything. But we may find ourselves asking, how far are we willing to go when we do?

For more updates about the movie, visit Star Cinema on the web at, on Facebook at

Star Magic Ball 2013 who came in pairs photos revealed!

The biggest and the brightest stars converged last night September 7, 2013 at Fairmont Hotel for the most anticipated Star Magic Ball 2013!

See who came in pairs and who came with whom lat last nights event!


See the rest of the photos below:

Zanjoe Marudo on living-in with Bea Alonzo: “Wala pa naman sa ganoong sitwasyon.”!

Zanjoe Marudo shoots down the rumor that he and girlfriend Bea Alonzo are already living-in together!


Zanjoe said that the rumor may have started when people saw his girlfriend Bea leaving his pad in many instances and in some instances  she would stay in his home due to events that cannot be controlled reasonably, such as typhoons or floods.

In an interview on The Buzz about the rumor, this is what he said:

Wala pa naman sa ganoong sitwasyon. Siyempre minsan may mga pagkakataon na bumabagyo, hindi kami makalabas.”

In a previous interview, Zanjoe admitted that that he wants to spend the rest of his life with Bea and is already saving up to buy her a ring but his girlfriend is still too young to get married. She’s only 25.

‘Four Sisters and a Wedding’ official movie poster revealed!

Star Cinema has just revealed the official movie poster of “Four Sisters and a Wedding” !
This is the movie  stars the biggest stars of their generation with Toni Gonzaga, Bea Alonzo, Shaina Magdayao,  and Angel Locsin playing the four sisters. The young actor Enchong Dee joined the four beautiful ladies playing their only brother.
The movie is under the direction of the box-office director, Cathy Garcia-Molina.
“Four Sisters and a Wedding” will be shown on theaters this coming June 26, 2013 and is Star Cinema’s anniversary movie offering!

Angel Locsin, Bea Alonzo, Toni Gonzaga and Shaina Magdayao movie “Four Sisters and a Wedding” poster revealed!

A fan-made movie poster of Star Cinema’s upcoming biggest movie offering this year titled “Four Sisters and a Wedding” starring  Angel Locsin, Toni Gonzaga, Shaina Magdayao and Bea Alonzo made it on the net!


Directed by the blockbuster director Cathy Garcia-Molina, with Enchong Dee, Angeline Quinto, Janus del Prado and Ms. Coney Reyes.

A nice one!

“I Do Bidoo Bidoo” and “Bwakaw” leads with most nominations at the 10th Golden Screen Movie Awards!

The movie musical “I Do Bidoo Bidoo” and the Oscar-submitted drama “Bwakaw” lead the roster of nominees for the 10th Golden Screen Movie Awards to be handed out by the Entertainment Press Society (Enpress) on April 27.


“I Do Bidoo Bidoo” earned a total of 15 nominations, including Best Motion Picture-Comedy or Musical, Best Direction, and no less than 9 acting nods for its singing stars.

“Bwakaw” scored 12 nominations, including Best Motion Picture-Drama, Best Direction, and Best Actor for lead star Eddie Garcia.

The full list of nominees follows:

Motion Picture-Drama:

  • ”Alagwa” (Breakaway Films),
  • “Bwakaw” (Cinemalaya, APT Entertainment, and Octobertrain Films),
  • “Kalye Marino: Intoy Syokoy” (Cinemalaya, Boy So, Rober Bernardo and Boy Abunda),
  • “Mater Dolorosa” (Cinema One Originals and Creative Programs. Inc.),
  • “Mga Mumunting Lihim” (Cinemalaya and LargaVista Entertainment)
  • “Sta. Niña” (Cinemalaya, CCM Creative, and Bonfire Productions),
  • “The Mistress” (Star Cinema Productions),
  • “Thy Womb” (Centerstage Productions).

Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy: 

  • “I Do Bidoo Bidoo” (Unitel and Studio 5),
  • “Of All the Things” (Viva Films and GMA Films),
  • “REquieme” (Cinemalaya and Cine Handurawan).

Best Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role-Drama: 

  • Agot Isidro (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”),
  • Angelica Panganiban (“One More Try”),
  • Bea Alonzo (“The Mistress”),
  • Gina Alajar (“Mater Dolorosa”),
  • Iza Calzado (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”),
  • Janice de Belen (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”),
  • Jodi Sta. Maria (“Migrante”),
  • Judy Ann Santos (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”),
  • LJ Reyes (“Kalye Marino: Intoy Syokoy”),
  • Nora Aunor (“Thy Womb”)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role-Drama: 

  • Alfred Vargas (“Supremo”),
  • Allen Dizon (“Migrante”),
  • Coco Martin (“Sta. Niña”),
  • Dingdong Dantes (“Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles”),
  • Eddie Garcia (“Bwakaw”),
  • Kristoffer King (“Oros”),
  • Jericho Rosales (“Alagwa”),
  • JM de Guzman (“Kalye Marino: Intoy Syokoy”),
  • John Lloyd Cruz (“The Mistress”)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role-Musical or Comedy: 

  • Eugene Domingo (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Regine Velasquez (“Of All The Things”),
  • Shamaine Buencamino (“REquieme”),
  • Zsa Zsa Padilla (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role-Musical or Comedy: 

  • Aga Muhlach (“Of All The Things”),
  • Archie Alemania (“Slumber Party”),
  • Gary Valenciano (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • John Lapus (“Moron 5 and the Crying Lady”),
  • Ogie Alcasid (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Sam Concepcion (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role-Drama, Musical or Comedy: 

  • Anita Linda (“Sta. Niña”),
  • Dina Bonnevie (“Flames of Love”),
  • Frenchie Dy (“I Dobidoo Bidoo”),
  • Hilda Koronel (“The Mistress”),
  • Janice de Belen (“Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles”),
  • Mylene Dizon (“Sosy Problems”)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role-Drama, Musical or Comedy: 

  • Cesar Montano (“El Presidente”),
  • Kristoffer Martin (“Oros”),
  • Joey Paras (“Bwakaw”),
  • Joross Gamboa (“Kalye Marino: Intoy Syokoy”),
  • Neil Coleta (“I Dobidoo Bidoo”),
  • Ronaldo Valdez (“The Mistress”),
  • Soxie Topacio (“Bwakaw”)

Best Breakthrough Performance by an Actress:

  • Dawn Jimenez (“The Animals”),
  • Kim Komatsu (“Oros”),
  • Sweet Plantado (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Tippy dos Santos (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Yam Concepcion (“Rigodon”)

Best Breakthrough Performance by an Actor:

  • Anthony Falcon (“REquieme”),
  • Kenneth Salva (“Kalye Marino: Intoy Syokoy”),
  • John James Uy (“Rigodon”),
  • Markki Stroem (“Slumber Party”),
  • Marti Sandino San Juan (“Grave Bandits”),
  • RK Bagatsing (“Slumber Party”),
  • Ronald Pacifico (“Grave Bandits”),
  • Sef Cadayona (“Gayak”)

Best Direction: 

  • Adolfo Alix, Jr. (“Mater Dolorosa”),
  • Brillante Mendoza (“Thy Womb”),
  • Chris Martinez (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Jose Javier Reyes (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”),
  • Joyce Bernal (“Of All The Things”),
  • Jun Lana (“Bwakaw”),
  • Olivia Lamasan (“The Mistress”),
  • Richard Somes (“Supremo”)

Best Original Screenplay: Chris Martinez (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”), Henry Burgos (“Thy Womb”), Jerry Gracio (“Mater Dolorosa”), Jimmy Flores (“Supremo”), Jose Javier Reyes (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”), Jun Lana (“Bwakaw”), Mel Mendoza-del Rosario (“Of All The Things”)

Best Screenplay Adaptation: Eros Atalia (“Kalye Marino: Intoy Syokoy”), Layeta Bucoy (“Melodrama Negra”),

Best Story: 

  • Allan Lopez (“Melodrama Negra”),
  • Chris Martinez (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Emmanuel Palo (“Sta. Niña”),
  • Ian Lorenos (“”Alagwa”),
  • Jerry Gracio (“Mater Dolorosa”),
  • Jimmy Flores (“Supremo”),
  • Jose Javier Reyes (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”),
  • Jun Lana (“Bwakaw”),
  • Mel Mendoza- del Rosario (“Of All The Things”)

Best Cinematography: 

  • Albert Banzon (“Mater Dolorosa”),
  • Alex Esparto (“Supremo”),
  • Carlos Mendoza (“Bwakaw”),
  • Charlie Peralta (“Of All The Things”),
  • Francis Ricardo Buhay III (“Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles”),
  • Larry Manda (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Nor Domingo (“Sta. Niña”),
  • Odyssey Flores (“Thy Womb”),
  • Rodolfo Aves, Jr. (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”)

Best Editing: 

  • Benjamin Tolentino (“Mater Dolorosa”),
  • Carlos Francisco Manatad & Joris Fernandez (“Supremo”),
  • Jay Halili (“Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles”),
  • Lawrence Ang (“Bwakaw”),
  • Randy Gabriel (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Vaness de Leon (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”)

Best Production Design: 

  • Adolfo Alix, Jr. (“Mater Dolorosa”),
  • Brillante Mendoza (“Thy Womb”),
  • Danny Red & Joel Bilbao (“El Presidente”),
  • Digo Recio (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Erin John Martir & Adrian Torres (“Supremo”),
  • Joey Luna (“Bwakaw”), Peter Collias & Benjamin Padero (“Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles”)

Best Sound Design:

  • Albert Michael Idioma (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Antonieto Carlos (“Supremo”),
  • Brillante Mendoza (“Thy Womb”),
  • Ditoy Aguila & Corinne de San Jose (“Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles”),
  • Mark Locsin & Alex Tomboc (“Bwakaw”)

Best Musical Score: 

  • Egien Ignacio (“Mater Dolorosa”),
  • Jema Pamintuan (“Bwakaw”),
  • Joseph Lansang & Jobin Ballesteros (“The Strangers”),
  • Jesse Lucas (“Mga Mumunting Lihim”),
  • Jessie Lasaten (“El Presidente”),
  • Vincent de Jesus (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”),
  • Von de Guzman (“Supremo”),
  • Von de Guzman (“Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles”)

Best Original Song:

  • “Aking Inang Bayan” from the movie “El Presidente”, composed by Marizen Soriano, arranged by Jessie Lasaten and interpreted by Maita Ejercito;
  • “Di Maipaliwanag” from the movie “Slumber Party”, composed by Shielbert Manuel and Braduz Zon and interpreted by Og Sacred;
  • “Paalam Muna” from the movie “Mga Mumunting Lihim”, words, music and interpreted by Davey Langit;
  • “Saan Ako Tutungo” from the movie “Migrante”, composed by Lucien Letaba, Rody Vera and Boni Ilagan, arranged by Melvin Corpin and interpreted by Honey Araneta

Best Visual/Special Effects: 

  • Carlo Manatad (“Supremo”),
  • Dave Yu of Mothership (“Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles”),
  • Imaginary Friends (“Bwakaw”),
  • Gaspar Manarin of Blackburst (“The Strangers”),
  • Keep Me Posted Production Outfit (“Thy Womb”),
  • Unitel Productions and Optima Digital (“I Do Bidoo Bidoo”)

Coinciding with the award-giving body’s 10th year is the Dekada Award for the Gallery of Distinction. Past winners will be recognized for their contribution to the field of acting, 12 artists, one producer and one director: Zsa Zsa Padilla, Ara Mina, Maricel Soriano, Eugene Domingo, Judy Ann Santos, Coco Martin, Iza Calsado, Dennis Trillo, Sid Lucero, Tirso Cruz III, Aga Muhlach, and Cherry Pie Picache; MLR Films/Quantum Films; and Jeffrey Jeturian.

Recipients of the Presidential Recognition include Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista, Senator Jinggoy Estrada, Senator Tito Sotto, Manila Vice-Mayor Isko Moreno, Senator Bong Revilla, Jr. and Governor Vilma Santos.

The awarding ceremonies will be held on April 27 at Teatrino Greenhills.

2013 Box-Office Entertainment Awards Winners List revealed!

Star Cinema wins big with John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo as Box-Office King and  Queen, respectively, for their film “The Mistress.” Kris Aquino, Vice Ganda and Ai Ai delas Alas, who starred in the Star Cinema and Viva Films offering Sisterakas,” were named Phenomenal Box-Office StarsDingdong Dantes has been declared Film Actor of the Year for “One More Try”, another MMFF hit from Star Cinema. His two leading ladies in the film, Angelica Panganiban and Angel Locsin, are joint winners as Film Actresses of the Year.


Here are the list of winners of the 44th Box-Office Entertainment Awards:

Phenomenal Box Office Stars
Ai-Ai delas Alas, Vice Ganda, Kris Aquino

Box-Office King
John Lloyd Cruz

Box-Office Queen
Bea Alonzo

Film Actor of the Year
Dingdong Dantes

Film Actress of the Year
Angelica Panganiban, Angel Locsin

Prince of Philippine Movies
Luis Manzano

Princess of Philippine Movies
Toni Gonzaga

Prince of Philippine Television
Coco Martin

Princess of Philippine Television
Julia Montes

Most Promising Male Star of the Year
Daniel Padilla

Most Promising Female Star of the Year
Kathryn Bernardo

Male Concert Performers of the Year
Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola

Female Concert Performer of the Year
Anne Curtis

Male Recording Artist of the Year
Christian Bautista

Female Recording Artist of the Year
Aiza Seguerra

Promising Male Singer/Performer
Robin Nievera

Promising Female Singer/Performer
Zia Quizon

Most Popular Recording/Performing Group

Most Promising Recording/Performing Group

Most Popular Novelty Singers
Jose Manalo & Wally Bayola & Ryzza Mae Dizon – (“Cha Cha Cha”)

Most Popular Loveteam on Television
Richard Yap & Jodi Sta. Maria

All Time Favorite Loveteam on Movies & TV
Richard Gomez & Dawn Zulueta

Most Promising Love Team
Daniel Padilla & Kathryn Bernardo

Most Popular Male Child Performer
Bugoy Carino

Most Popular Female Child Performer
Ryzza Mae Dizon

Most Popular Film Producers
Star Cinema & Viva Films

Most Popular Film Director
Wenn Deramas

Most Popular Screenwriter
Olivia Lamasan/Vanessa Valdez (The Mistress)

Most Popular TV Program News & Public Affairs
24 Oras (GMA-7)

Most Popular Daytime TV Drama Series
Be Careful With My Heart (ABS-CBN)

Most Popular Primetime TV Drama Series
Walang Hanggan (ABS-CBN)

Most Popular TV Program Musical Variety
Eat Bulaga (GMA-7)

Most Popular TV Program Talent Search/Reality
X-Factor Philippines (ABS-CBN)

Special Award:

Bert Marcelo Lifetime Achievement Award
Noel Trinidad

An annual recognition of the most popular and commercially viable performers in Philippine showbiz, the Box-Office Entertainment Awards is the only mainstream showbiz award-giving body that announces all its honorees in advance.

The awarding ceremonies will be held on May 19 at the AFP Theater, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.

MMK Classics line-up on TFC for March 2013 revealed!

MMK Classics, The Filipino Channel’s (TFC) first program to be sub-titled in English ends the first quarter with a powerful line-up of stories that test the spirit and of people who stand up for what they believe in.


Starting on March 2 (March 3 Pacific time), MMK Classics recalls the tragic story of Tara Santelices, a Political Science student from the Ateneo de Manila University in Quezon City in the Philippines, who took a shot gun wound to her head after an armed man robbed an entire jeepney on the eve of her birthday.  Prior to the robbery, Santelices fought for a lot of advocacies.  In the end, it turned out that her greatest battle was to be for her life.  Karylle plays Santelices in this episode entitled Gitara (Guitar).


The following week on March 9 (March 10 Pacific time), another young Filipino – Efren Peñaflorida –  is shown to fight for another cause – the education of less fortunate children.  At the age of 16,  Peñaflorida  established the Dynamic Teen Company – a small but outstanding group that provides alternative education by recreating school settings in unconventional locations such as cemeteries and dump sites.  Enchong Dee, a young achiever himself, portrays Peñaflorida in this episode called Kariton (Cart).

On March 16 (March 17 Pacific time), MMK Classics dramatizes the life of Juana Tejada, a Filipina caregiver who fought for the rights of fellow caregivers until she had to face her own battle – the fight against colon cancer.  Because of her advocacy, the Juana Tejada law was enacted.  Maricar Reyes portrays Tejada in this episode entitled Niagra Falls.


On March 23 (March 24 Pacific time), MMK Classics shifts gears as it tells the story of Camille and Mio, two people from the opposite sides of the social world.  Camille is a beautiful woman from the upper middle class whose parents wish her an even better life with an affluent man.  In a cruise, she meets Mio, a man with a simple background but noble intentions.  Worlds apart and yet forced together for days, Camille and Mio face emotional tension ahead.  Real-life partners Bea Alonzo and Zanjoe Marudo portray Camille and Mio in the episode Barko (Ship).

Lastly on March 30 (March 31 Pacific time), then popular love team Roxanne Guinoo (Sheila in this episode) and Joross Gamboa (Dennis) portray two pen pals who find love despite the distance.  The question that besets them in this episode dubbed Bibliya (Bible) is will they also choose worldly love when inner calling heeds.

MMK Classics can be seen every Saturday of the month (Sundays, Pacific time) on TFC, worldwide.  You can also enjoy MMK Classics and other top kapamilya shows online, anytime on Connect with TFC on

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