Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami."

Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepApr 21st, 2017

Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami."

Loisa Andalio on Joshua Garcia: "Sayang... nagkaibang landas kami.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 21st, 2017

It’s Sharon vs Joanna at the 2nd Eddys

  Sharon Cuneta ("Unexpectedly Yours") goes mano-a-mano against Joanna Ampil ("Ang Larawan") in the second edition of the Eddys, organized by the Society of Philippine Entertainment Editors (SPEEd). Joining the Megastar and the international theater luminary in the best actress derby are Alessandra de Rossi ("Kita Kita"), Bela Padilla ("100 Tula Para Kay Stella") and Mary Joy Apostol ("Birdshot"). But the race in the other categories is just as eagerly anticipated: For best actor, Aga Muhlach is pitted against costar Ronaldo Valdez ("Seven Sundays"), Abra ("Respeto"), Edgar Allan Guzman ("Deadma Walking") and Joshua Garcia ("Love You to the Stars and Back"). For best...Keep on reading: It’s Sharon vs Joanna at the 2nd Eddys.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated News12 hr. 47 min. ago

Height, speed are keys for Kai Sotto and Batang Gilas in FIBA Asian Championships

The Philippine youth team bannered by promising big man Kai Sotto,will bank on height and speed for its coming campaign in the FIBA U16 Asian Championships in Foshan, China from April 2-8. The 15-year-old Sotto, who recently led Ateneo to the UAAP juniors basketball championship, serves as the centerpiece of the 12-man team of coach Michael Oliver which also counts on Rafael Go, Raven Cortez, McLaude Guadana, Terrence Fortea, Recaredo Christian Calimag, Rence Padrigao,, and Shaun Geofrrey Chiu – all of whom suited up for the Batang Gilas squad that won the Southeast Asian Basketball Association (SEABA) juniors championship held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last year. Newcomers include Jerick Kyle Bautista, Joshua Rafael Lazaro, Yukien Andrada, and King Balaga. “We have a combination of height and speed. At least hindi na tayo kawawa sa ilalim unlike before. Hindi na tayo undersized sa mga kalaban natin,” said Oliver. Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) executive director Sonny Barrios, who, was with Oliver and Batang Gilas co-team manager Andrew Teh and Wilbert Loa in Tuesday’s Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum at the Tapa King Restaurant at the Farmers Center in Cubao, said seven Batang Gilas players are above six feet, including Sotto who stands 7-foot-1, Chiu, who is 6-foot-8, and Cortez at 6-foot-7. Chiu and McLaude joined the team together with deputy coach MC Abolucion in the session presented by San Miguel Corp., Tapa King, and the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. The country is bracketed in Group B with powerhouse Australia and Malaysia. The host country leads Group A together with New Zealand and Hong Kong, Group C will have Iran, Chinese Taipei, and Macau, while Group D is composed of Korea, Japan, Lebanon, and India. In all, 13 countries are seeing action in the week-long event. Barrios said the meet was supposed to be held last year shortly after the SEABA meet, but had to be moved to this year as FIBA failed to find a willing host. The top four countries to finish in the meet will represent Asia to the FIBA U17 Basketball World Cup in Argentina next year. As per tournament format, the best placed team in each group will qualify directly to the knockout stage starting with the quarterfinals. The second and third place teams will proceed to the playoff round. It won’t be easy, according to Oliver, since the team didn’t get to practice with a full roster until after the end of the UAAP season. “Naghahabol talaga kami sa training. Daily practices kami as much as possible,” said the Batang Gilas coach......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News20 hr. 34 min. ago

UAAP VOLLEYBALL: Tatak ng La Salle na kapag natalo, bumabawi -- Dy

Let this serve as a warning. Two-time defending champion De La Salle University is out to exact revenge on its first round tormentors. The Lady Spikers destroyed National University in straight sets payback, 27-25, 27-25, 25-16, on Saturday in the 80th UAAP women’s volleyball tournament at the FilOil Flying V Center in San Juan. DLSU handed the Lady Bulldogs their second loss as the Lady Spikers tied their victim at the top spot with 6-2 win-loss slate.     “One week ‘yung training namin so may added motivation na, ‘Uy natalo tayo dito sa first round.’ So siguro naging motivation din namin ‘yun coming into this game,” said Kianna Kim Dy, who had 14 points to lead the Taft-based squad. NU defeated DLSU, 26-24, 19-25, 22-25, 25-17, 16-14, last February 18 in the Lady Spikers’ first of two losses in their last four games to end the first round. DLSU also dropped a four-set match against Adamson University before closing the opening round with a four-set win over archrival Ateneo de Manila University last week.  “Syempre naging tatak ng La Salle na kapag natalo babawi kami,” said Dy. “‘Yun rin ang sinasabi ni coach na malapit na kami manalo tapos bibitaw, siguro ‘yun ‘yung pina-practice namin na panapos lagi kasi sayang eh nandoon na.” The Lady Spikers made their revenge even sweeter – or colder if you’re NU – by taking the win in a come-from-behind fashion in the first two sets. DLSU went down, 14-21, in the opening set before the Lady Spiker blasted a 9-2 rally capped by reigning Most Valuable Player Majoy Baron’s service ace. NU and DLSU traded errors in the next play that tied it at 24. The Lady Bulldogs took a second set point advantage but Jaja Santiago committed two of NU’s last three errors to surrender the frame to DLSU.   The Lady Bulldogs again buried the Lady Spikers to a 17-10 hole only to allow the Taft-based squad to mount a comeback to steal the frame.  With momentum on their side, the Lady Spikers built a 22-13 lead on their way to completing the sweep. “So I think maganda sa team na pinakita ang maturity kasi we were down by ilang points tapos hinabol namin parang nagkakumpyansa din kami,” Dy said. DLSU will face University of the Philippines on Wednesday.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 10th, 2018

TNT KaTropa force way to Philippine Cup Playoffs

Teetering on the brink of elimination for the second straight game, the TNT Katropa clinch the final Philippine Cup playoff berth with a 118-97 victory against the Phoenix Fuel Masters in the Smart Araneta Coliseum Sunday evening. Leading at the half, 54-49, TNT never looked back after unleashing a 21-6 run to open up the third quarter and led by 20 courtesy of an RR Pogoy triple, 75-55.  With the victory, TNT advances to their 12th straight Philippine Cup playoff appearance, with their streak starting in the 2007 Philippine Cup. By virtue of the win, the eighth-seeded KaTropa will play in their third straight do-or-die game against the top-seeded and twice-to-beat San Miguel Beermen on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m., a rematch of last year's Philippine Cup semifinals, which the Beermen won, 4-3. Veteran Jayson Castro flirted with a triple double, as he finished the game with 17 points, eight rebounds, and nine assists. Troy Rosario meanwhile their scoring with 18 points.  Matthew Wright meanwhile led the way for Phoenix with 17 markers, 6 boards, and 6 dimes. "Buhay pa. I think at this point, conference, all you want is a day to live. From our last elimination game, yun na ang buhay namin eh," TNT coach Nash Racela said after the game. With the big matchup looming against San Miguel, the former FEU coach always sees a ray of sunshine in the two games against the three-time defending Philippine Cup Champions. "We live another day. That's what we wanted before we ended the eliminations. Sabi namin, ang importante lang is yung chance to make the playoffs. Yes, we're number 8, playing the number 1 team, again, it is what it is. Ang importante ay buhay pa kami." The Scores: TNT 118 — Rosario 18, Castro 17, Cruz 17, Pogoy 15, Semerad 12, Williams 11, Tautuaa 10, Reyes 5, Garcia 4, Tamsi 4, Paredes 3, Nuyles 2, Carey 0, Golla 0, Torres 0. Phoenix 97 — Wright 18, Kramer 16, Alolino 13, Jazul 11, Perkins 10, Chan 9, Mendoza 7, Eriobu 5, Intal 4, Guevarra 2, Wilson 2, Cortes 0, Dehesa 0, Gamboa 0. Quarterscores: 27-25, 54-49, 94-76, 118-97.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 4th, 2018

Ebondo proves to be too much as CEU downs Zark’s-LPU

Centro Escolar University once again leaned on Rod Ebondo as his game-high 33 points towed his side to a 91-85 win against Zark’s Burger-Lyceum of the Philippines University in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup on Tuesday at the Marikina Sports Center. The Congolese bruiser was superb as always, hauling down 20 rebounds and also collecting three assists, two steals, and two blocks to preserve the Scorpions’ 3-0 card. “We’re so happy dahil nanalo kami against LPU,” said coach Yong Garcia. “I’m very thankful sa kanila. Tinrabaho talaga nila yung panalo.” Art Aquino also chipped in 18 markers and six boards, while Orlan Wamar churned out nine points, five rebounds, and three assists. CEU banked on its experience late as Aquino broke the 84-all deadlock with a drive in the final 1:20. Nino Ibañez split his freebies on the other end in the last 32.5 seconds, but though Jaycee Marcelino secured the offensive rebound, he would throw the ball away and lead to an Orlan Wamar and-one play with 25.9 ticks on the clock. CJ Perez still tried to keep Zark’s-LPU in the game, but he continued to misfire from the field before Ebondo sealed the game with a thunderous dunk. It was a frustrating night for Perez, who had 17 points and eight rebounds but went 7-of-20 from the field. Jaycee Marcelino got 15 markers and seven rebounds as they kept the ship for the Jawbreakers afloat despite the limited minutes from Mike Nzeusseu, who sprained his ankle in the first half. Zark’s-LPU saw its four-game winning streak halted as it dropped to 4-2. BOX SCORES CEU 91 — Ebondo 33, Aquino 18, Wamar 9, Arim 6, Cruz 6, Fuentes 6, Caballero 4, Guinitaran 3, Manlangit 2, Opiso 2, Veron 2, Saber 0. ZARK’S BURGER-LPU 85 — Perez 17, Jc. Marcelino 15, Jv. Marcelino 10, Serrano 10, Yong 9, Liwag 6, Caduyac 5, Ibañez 5, Tansingco 4, Nzeusseu 2, Santos 2, Baltazar 0, Pretta 0. QUARTER SCORES: 26-26, 50-44, 69-69, 91-85......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 20th, 2018

Batangas-EAC grounds JRU to get on win column

Batangas-Emilio Aguinaldo College survived a furious endgame uprising from Jose Rizal University to pull off an 81-71 stunner of a win on Monday in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup at the Pasig Sports Center. Cedric Ablaza topscored for the Generals with 16 points, 11 rebounds, three assists, and two blocks, but contributions were abound for the team which finally halted their four-game losing streak and nabbed their breakthrough win. “We’ve been wanting to win and we’re very thankful na yung gameplan, nagawa  namin nang maayos. What more can I ask for?,” said coach Ariel Sison, who seemingly lost his voice in celebration after finally ending the drought. The trio of Jerome Garcia, Cedric De Joya, and Earvin Mendoza all chipped in 11 markers each while helping the cellar-dwelling side finally see the light halfway through the conference. Batangas-EAC shell-shocked JRU early to grab a 20-8 lead at the end of the first period, pouncing on the dazed opposition on its way to a 26-point edge, 66-39, late in the third quarter. The Heavy Bombers got their bearings back late, chipping the lead away and got the deficit down to six, 71-77 in the final 24.5 seconds courtesy of a Jed Mendoza free throw split. The comeback bid, however, wouldn’t come to be as Ablaza and De Joya drained the game-sealing buckets to end the rally and seal the game shut. “Ang ganda ng halfcourt execution namin. Doon kami talaga sinwerte,” said Sison. “Sana ma-sustain yung win. Sana, hindi lang ito ang una’t huli naming panalo.” Jeckster Apinan and newcomer Kris Porter led the way for the skidding JRU with 16 points apiece. The Heavy Bombers have now suffered four straight losses to go on a three-way tie at the cellar at 1-4 with AMA and Batangas-EAC. BOX SCORES BATANGAS-EAC 81 — Ablaza 16, De Joya 11, Garcia 11, E. Mendoza 11, Diego 8, Laude 8, Bautista 6, J. Mendoza 6, Dela Peña 4, Estacio 0, Neri 0. JRU 71 — Apinan 16, Porter 16, Pontejos 11, De Guzman 10, Mendoza 10, Dela Virgen 5, Esguerra 2, Sawat 1, Ramos 0, Tobiano 0. QUARTER SCORES: 20-8, 41-30, 66-43, 81-71......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 19th, 2018

UAAP Volleyball: Pons: Our team still lacks right decision-making

The FEU Lady Tamaraws played three games thus far in the UAAP Season 80 women's volleyball tournament.  So far, they all played five-setters. In their five-setter against the De La Salle Lady Spikers, FEU came up short for the second straight game, and team captain Bernadeth Pons still rues that her team lacks in right decision-making, reiterating her coach George Pascua's sentiments, who said almost the same thing in an interview earlier. 'Siguro kulang 'yung decision-making rin namin, especially pagdating palagi ng fifth set kasi 15 points lang so laging konting focus lang, yung decision-making namin, hindi pa kami ganoon ka-mentally tough pagdating sa fifth set," Pons said after the game. Just like Pascua, Pons is not frustrated on the sets setters Gel Cayuna and Kyle Negrito had been giving, instead putting the blame on herself for not correctly converting the chances given to her in the game. "Frustrated, oo, kasi 'di namin nakuha [ang puntos], pero sa mga sets naman, kahit ano na set, mapaganda or pangit, basta pag na-set na yan, kailangan magawan ng paraan, as a spiker." The hitter added that she does not blame the sets given to her, and mentioned that it is her job to attack correctly, in any form the ball be directed to her. "Hindi ko siya puwede isisi sa setter kasi na-set na yun eh. Kailangan gagawan ko siya ng paraan pero hindi ko nagawa. So yun rin yung isa sa mga naging kulang ko kanina." Pons, who finished with a game-high 21 points lamented that the team could use a more balanced scoring output, so that the team will benefit more. "Sabi ko nga sa amin noon, noong nag-meeting kami noong last na hindi ko naman kailangan pumuntos ng sobrang dami, kailangan na pumuntos ng sobrang dami ni Chin [Basas], kung puwede tig-sampu lang kami, mas madali, mas maganda, kasi lahat nag-cocontribute." Though FEU had already faced such tough games, the 21-year old mentioned that the experience will benefit the team more than harm, since they experience the same intensity in practice. What is the difference, however, is the execution of set plays in crunch time, which the Lady Tamaraws had come up short for the second straight game. "Kailangan kung kukunin lang rin namin, kukunin na talaga namin yung mismong laro na kasi sayang lang rin yung dalawang set na kinuha namin, tapos talo rin pala sa dulo," the skipper said. "So, kailangan yung decision-making namin, parang isang click, alam mo agad yung gagawin mo kasi pagdating sa fifth set kailangan yung player mo mentally tough na so hindi puwede power ng power, at ang sabi ni coach na pagdating sa fifth set, pagod na. Parehas kayong pagod na. Kailangan, yung decision-making yung pinaka-importante. " -- Follow this writer on Twitter, @philipptionary.    .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2018

Where Did Joshua Garcia Take Julia Barretto For a Surprise Valentine’s Day Date?

When we last spoke to #JoshLia, Joshua Garcia shared to us that he likes surprising Julia Barretto with dates. One time he blindfolded Julia and drove her around, only to bring her back at home to a dinner setup. (Watch our video to hear the full story.) For Valentine's Day (or the night before), Joshua pulled off another surprise for Julia. In an Instagram post from Owa Merelino, we see Julia and Joshua having dinner in a garden. They're surrounded with lights forming a heart, as well as heart-shaped balloons. A post shared by Owa Merelino (@owamerelino) on Feb 13, 2018 at 6:19am PST Joshua also posted a photo of Julia with a big bouquet of roses. Look at her ...Keep on reading: Where Did Joshua Garcia Take Julia Barretto For a Surprise Valentine’s Day Date?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2018

Baste-backed Revellers get jump on Titans to get back on track

Che'Lu Bar and Grill-San Sebastian College-Recoletos banked on its veterans late to pull off an 83-79 victory versus AMA Online Education on Thursday in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup at the Ynares Arena in Pasig.   Former pro Samboy de Leon delivered seven of his 21 points in the payoff period, while also collecting six rebounds and two assists as the Revellers’ bounced back from an 82-83 loss to Wangs Basketball-Colegio de San Juan de Letran three days ago.   Michael Calisaan also provided stability in the paint, racking up 12 markers and 10 boards while Alfred Batino had 11 points and 11 rebounds as Che’Lu Bar & Grill -San Sebastian had to battle back from an early 14-point hole, 7-21.   “We’re supposed to lose with the way we played the game,” said coach Stevenson Tiu, who waas obviously disappointed with the Revellers’ slow start.   “Every game, laging slow start kami. Kahit anong adjustment, ganoon pa rin kaya hindi namin makuha yung rhythm namin,” he said. “We just had the decision to go to the veterans. Thankfully, nag-respond naman sila.”   RK Ilagan shot 6-of-11 from threes to top Che’Lu-San Sebastian with 22 points, five rebounds, and four assists.   The Revellers now rise to 2-1 while dropping AMA to 0-3.   Robbie Manalang saw his sensational debut go down the drain as he tallied 28 points, three rebounds, and two assists in the defeat.   Genmar Bragais added 16 markers and 13 boards while Carlo Escalambre had 13 points and five rebounds for the Titans.   BOX SCORES   CHE’LU BAR AND GRILL-SAN SEBASTIAN 83 — Ilagan 22, De Leon 21, Calisaan 12, Batino 11, Bulanadi 8, Faundo 6, Jeruta 2, David 1, Costelo 0, Santos 0. AMA ONLINE EDUCATION 79 — R. Manalang 28, Bragais 16, Escalambre 13, Matillano 10, Porter 7, Paras 5, Antonares 0, Carpio 0, Garcia 0, Jordan 0, P. Manalang 0, Salonga 0.   QUARTER SCORES: 18-21, 35-39, 56-58, 83-79......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 1st, 2018

Red-hot CEU sends Marinerong Pilipino to second straight loss

Congolese big man Rod Ebondo fired 31 points and nine rebounds as he pulled Centro Escolar University to a 104-93 opener over Marinerong Pilipino in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup on Monday at the Ynares Arena in Pasig. But the victory wasn’t all Ebondo as the Scorpions’ snipers found their range and went 12-of-30 from downtown. Judel Fuentes accounted for three of those triples as he shot 3-of-8 from beyond the arc to wind up with 20 markers. His last five coming in the last 1:22 helped CEU deny a late rally from the Skippers as the Mendiola-based squad started its campaign on top. Joseph Manlangit also chipped in 19 points, eight in the fourth quarter, alongside seven rebounds while Orlan Wamar shot 11 markers, four rebounds, and three dimes. The Scorpions established early control of the game and took a 19-point advantage, 62-43. Marinerong Pilipino crawled back and even tied the game at 75 after an Achie Iñigo layup, but CEU used an 8-0 finishing kick in the frame to retake an 83-75 lead and go on cruise control from that point on. “We had a good first half, but in the third quarter, nag-relax kami. I’m just glad na sinunod namin yung gameplan at naka-recover kami,” said CEU coach Yong Garcia. Rian Ayonayon saw his 24 points, eight rebounds, and two assists performance go down the drain as Marinerong Pilipino incurred its second straight defeat. Renzo Subido and Billy Robles both had 17 in the loss. BOX SCORES CEU 104 — Ebondo 31, Fuentes 20, Manlangit 19, Wamar 11, Arim 9, Guinitaran 8, Cruz 4, Aquino 2, Caballero 0, Intic 0, Saber 0, Veron 0. MARINERONG PILIPINO 93 — Ayonayon 24, Subido 17, Robles 17, Toth 10, Tratter 6, Iñigo 6, Paredes 6, Banal 5, Pasaol 2, Babilonia 0, Lopez 0, Terso 0. QUARTER SCORES: 20-21, 55-41, 83-75, 104-93......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 29th, 2018

LPU-backed Zark s chomps down on Batangas-EAC

Zark’s Burger-Lyceum of the Philippines University finally lived up to the hype as it clobbered Batangas-Emilio Aguinaldo College to score a 37-point beatdown, 112-75, and register its first win in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup on Tuesday at the Pasig City Sports Center. It was an all-out attack from the Jawbreakers as they beat the Generals to the bite and took control of the game early with Mike Nzeusseu and Jaycee Marcelino guiding their side to a 48-33 lead at halftime they never surrendered. CJ Perez paced Zark’s with 21 points and 10 rebounds while MJ Ayaay tallied a double-double of his own with 15 markers and 10 boards to go along with three assists. Cameroonian Nzeusseu also delivered 14 points, 11 rebounds, and two assists while Marcelino had eight first half points and wound up with 12 off the bench as the reserves chipped in 56 huge points in the tussle. Coach Topex Robinson lauded the Jawbreakers for quickly adjusting to the style of play in the PBA D-League just days after falling to Marinerong Pilipino, 92-94, back in opening day. “Medyo adjusted na kami on everything, but the things we want to mind are those things we control. We just have to keep on doing what we are doing. It’s more on replenishing na lang on our old ways,” he said. Earvin Mendoza and Cedric de Joya both had 16 points for the Generals in the losing effort. BOX SCORES ZARK’S BURGER-LPU 112 — Perez 21, Ayaay 15, Nzeusseu 14, Jc. Marcelino 12, Serrano 10, Baltazar 8, Santos 8, Jv. Marcelino 6, Tansingco 6, Marata 4, Liwag 4, Ibañez 2, Cinco 2, Pretta 0. BATANGAS-EAC 75 — E. Mendoza 16, De Joya 16, Tampoc 12, Laude 9, Pate 8, Maguliano 6, Altamirano 5, Diego 3, Garcia 0, Dela Peña 0, Martin 0, J. Mendoza 0, Neri 0. QUARTER SCORES: 19-14, 48-33, 84-47, 112-75......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 23rd, 2018

Style Inspo: 12 Everyday Looks You Can Easily Steal From Loisa Andalio

These no-brainer outfits are so stylish!.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 10th, 2018

‘The Revenger Squad’

  (We are running this guide to help moviegoers plan their holiday cinema tour. The 43rd Metro Manila Film Festival runs from Dec. 25 to Jan. 7, 2018.) Directed by Joyce Bernal; stars Vice Ganda, Daniel Padilla, Pia Wurtzbach, Loisa Andalio, Ejay Falcon. Comedian Vice Ganda has set "exceptionally high expectations of himself" while making this fantasy-adventure film, according to director Joyce Bernal. She says the comedian "wants to do a lot of things in the movie," referring specifically to action stunts and special effects required in making it. Bernal also has good words for young star Daniel Padilla and 2015 Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach, whom she said was "surpri...Keep on reading: ‘The Revenger Squad’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 19th, 2017

Julia Barretto: Joshua Garcia is the best thing that happened to me in 2017’

MANILA, Philippines — Kapamilya love team Joshua Gar.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 12th, 2017

What Julia Barretto learned from Joshua Garcia

If there was one thing that actor Joshua Garcia said he was proud to have taught onscreen partner Julia Barretto, it was the importance of pakikisama (fellowship). "Part of being a celebrity is knowing how to reach out to the people you work with---from the bosses, down to the lowliest employees. You earn their respect that way," Joshua told the Inquirer during a recent media gathering to launch his own clothing collection under the brand BNY. Joshua's comment was a reaction to rumors that Julia was always aloof and unapproachable, even to the people she works with. The actress once had to apologize to fans who accused her of snubbing them at an event in London organized for...Keep on reading: What Julia Barretto learned from Joshua Garcia.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 10th, 2017

WATCH: Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia Reveal Each Others Quirks

It was a gloomy Thursday afternoon when we met up with Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia, who've been busy promoting their latest film Unexpectedly Yours. Julia, unfortunately, had a cold and Joshua had a headache, but that didn't really stop them from hanging out and sharing a few laughs. One usual question that #JoshLia would get during interviews is to confirm if they are indeed together. We asked them the very same question and they both just said that it's something they want to keep to themselves and treasure which was totally understandable. But just between you and me, their chemistry and how they take care of each other in between takes are enough signs for us to see that ...Keep on reading: WATCH: Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia Reveal Each Others Quirks.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 10th, 2017

Loveteams na dapat abangan sa 2018!

WILL we have a new set of superstars and loveteams this coming New Year. Nagpakita na ng kakaibang lakas ang tandem nina Julia Barretto at Joshua Garcia via the blockbuster movie, na ipinalalabas pa hanggang ngayon, ang Unexpectedly Yours, topbilled also by Sharon Cuneta at Robin Padilla. Running close to….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsDec 9th, 2017

ROS not too concerned about ongoing PBA impasse

After the initial storm that rocked the PBA to its very core, the whole league impasse and the Commissioner Chito Narvasa issue has been rather quiet as of late. Which can only mean two things, either the two separate blocs are still on a stalemate or the PBA board is on its way to resolving the whole thing. And while most signs point to the latter, the league's 43rd season is still up in the air. The first opening date is supposed to be on Dec. 17 but the league has not said anything official as of press time. There have been rumors about a possible lockout but that's highly unlikely at this point. Despite all of this, teams are busy preparing for the 2018 Philippine Cup including the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters who would rather focus on basketball operations than think about what goes on during board meetings. "Sabi naman ng mga bosses namin, mukhang tuloy naman [PBA opening]," head coach Caloy Garcia said when asked about the state of the league. "Our job is to prepare ourselves. Problema na ng board yun, hindi na namin problema," he added. Off season preparations for the Elasto Painters include a championship in a pocket tournament that also involved the Phoenix Fuel Masters, the Alaska Aces, and the NLEX Road Warriors. With that that out the way, the next focus now for ROS and to get everybody healthy, the team missed six players in the pocket joust, and be prepared for the season-opener. Whenever that is. "Basta  kami we just have to continue working and ayun, we have to be ready against the first [assignment]," Garcia said.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 6th, 2017

Joshua Garcia: The eyes have it

The passing Year of the Rooster has been lucky to Joshua Garcia whose star is predicted to be even bigger and brighter in the coming Year of the Dog......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2017