Many of the new teleseryes making their debut this month are of the usual, love-and-vengeance variety—but, “Sherlock Jr.” opts to take a bracingly different tack, focusing instead on “light action-comedy-fantasy,” and topbilling not just human actors, but also—a dog. The post Too cute and disarming to compete with appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.
I remember interviewing James Corden in 2014 for “Into the Woods,” where he played the Baker. It was November. He was preparing to succeed Craig Ferguson as the host of “The Late Late Show.” While James enjoyed a career in film, TV and onstage in the United Kingdom, he wasn’t well-known in America. The post James Corden hopes to sing along in karaoke-crazy Asia appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.
It’s great to see Edu Manzano and his son Luis together onscreen in a new TV promo spot for Shakey’s this month, because it’s an antic reminder of the importance of “genetics” in local entertainment. The post Chip off the old blockbusters appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.
Maryo J. delos Reyes and I fondly called each other “Tokyo Love” because of the fun bonding we, along with my mom, had in Japan many cherry blossom seasons ago. I also enjoyed our trip to his hometown in Bohol in 2015. He invited me to join the Sandugo festivities. The post Remembering Direk Maryo J appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.
He’s not only feted like one, this Filipino filmmaker actually has the makings of a true-blue rock star. Indeed, Lav Diaz’s latest opus is a genre- and mind-bending musical titled “Ang Panahon ng Halimaw” (Season of the Devil). The post Lav songs for a blighted country appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.
Parents and mentors of child actors and singers who want to make it big on the local performing scene should carefully and savvily plan their moves, rather than just crossing their fingers—and hoping and praying for the best. The post Starting them off really young appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.
I’m still in an Iloilo state of mind. I got a Dinagyang fiesta hangover. The culminating event of the Kapuso extravaganza was a mall show in SM Iloilo, featuring Glaiza de Castro, Lauren Young and Jak Roberto, who topbill GMA 7’s coming afternoon soap, “Contessa.” The fun trio was mobbed by their Ilonggo fans. The post Love advice from Glaiza, Jak and Lauren appeared first on Inquirer Entertainment.