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Official! Teaser Photos of Upcoming Series “Burado” | Soon on ABS-CBN!

Official! Teaser Photos of Upcoming Series “Burado” | Soon on ABS-CBN!.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: abscbn abscbnFeb 13th, 2020

Nadine Lustre, Julia Montes to star in new teleserye Burado

MANILA, Philippines – Julia Montes and Nadine Lustre are teaming up for an upcoming teleserye called Burado, under Dreamscape Entertainment. Dreamscape Entertainment head Deo Edrinal posted photos from the meeting on Monday, February 10. Joining the two was Paulo Avelino, whom both have worked with in past projects. Zanjoe Marudo and ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 10th, 2020

WATCH: The Isa Pa With Feelings trailer is here, and you ll want to watch it over and over again

MANILA, Philippines – Fans have barely recovered from the first teaser of Isa Pa With Feelings – and now production company Black Sheep has broken the internet again with the official trailer for the upcoming film, which stars Maine Mendoza and Carlo Aquino. {source}Kapag hindi magkarinigan, paano ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 28th, 2019

Team Lakay’s Honorio Banario, Lito Adiwang added to ONE: Century

The Philippines will be well-represented on ONE Championship’s upcoming 100th event, ONE: Century at the Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, Japan on Sunday, October 13th.  Headlining the Sunday evening card will be ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon “The Truth” Vera of the Philippines moving down a weight class to challenge reigning and defending ONE Light Heavyweight World Champion “The Burmese” Python” Aung La N Sang of Myanmar. In the co-headliner of that same card will be Kevin “The Silencer” Belingon of the Philippines challenging Brazilian legend Bibiano “The Flash” Fernandes for the ONE Bantamweight World Championship.  In the co-main event of the Sunday morning card, Danny “The King” Kingad of the Philippines will face former long-time UFC Flyweight World Champion Demetrious” Mighty Mouse” Johnson of the United States in the Finals of the ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix.  Also added to the massive event in Tokyo are a pair of standouts from Team Lakay. Joining Belingon and Kingad are former ONE Featherweight World Champion Honorio “The Rock” Banario and the latest ONE Warrior Series contract winner Lito “Thunder Kid” Adiwang.  Banario, who now competes at lightweight is looking to get back on track after back-to-back losses, but it won’t be an easy night for “The Rock” as he’s set to face former two-time ONE Lightweight World Champion and Japanese legend Shinya “Tobikan Judan” Aoki on the Sunday evening card.  Aoki is coming off a stunning second-round TKO loss to Christian Lee back in May.  Making his official ONE Championship debut will be Adiwang, the newest Team Lakay member to make it to the ONE roster.  The strawweight standout made a name for himself on ONE Warrior Series, picking up three impressive wins before finally being offered a spot on the main roster.  Adiwang will meet Japanese veteran Senzo Ikeda on the Sunday morning card.    ONE: Century will be available on multiple ABS-CBN platforms on October 13th! Stay tuned for more news in the coming days. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 26th, 2019

Derek, Andrea parehong palaban sa hubaran, churvahan

Makikipagsabayan si Andrea Torres kay Derek Ramsay pagdating sa mga mapupusok at maiinit na eksena sa upcoming Kapuso series na The Better Woman. Teaser pa lang eh, pasiklab na ang pang-aakit ni Andrea kay Derek sa seksi niyang suot habang humahagod ang katawan sa isang bakal bilang pole dancer. Sa totoo lang, damang-dama na sa […] The post Derek, Andrea parehong palaban sa hubaran, churvahan appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 25th, 2019

Cantlay s past shows why the future of golf is promising

By Doug Ferguson, Associated Press DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — To the victor go the social media requests. This proved far more difficult for Patrick Cantlay than his 64 at Muirfield Village, the lowest final round by a winner in 44 years of the Memorial and a performance that suggested his move to No. 8 in the world was about more than any mathematical formula. Cantlay looked at the phone as the PGA Tour social media team tried to explain what it wanted — a short video saying what this victory meant to him. He stretched his arm and struggled to get the right angle while still being able to start the video. Finally, a tour employee held it for him. Cantlay smiled and said all the right things. "First selfie?" someone cracked as he walked off the stage. Cantlay rolled his eyes. He doesn't do social media. Cantlay appears to be anti-social on the golf course, which is misleading. In the absence of cameras and microphones, the 27-year-old from California is smart, honest and insightful with an occasional needle. On the golf course, he has a cold focus with no apologies. He knows how he comes across because when he arrived at Muirfield Village on Sunday, someone jokingly said, "It can't be that bad, can it?" Cantlay could easily fit the description of an old soul on young shoulders — except for his back. It was a stress fracture in his back that kept him out of golf for the better part of three years — two straight years without playing one tournament — and kept him from the pace set by others from his own age group. Jordan Spieth saw it coming. Neither of them had PGA Tour status when Spieth and Cantlay were paired together in the opening two rounds of the 2013 Puerto Rico Open. Spieth got him by one shot each round and went on to tie for second, the important step that led to a PGA Tour card — and victory — later that year. Cantlay, who had won the week before in Colombia on the Web.com Tour, was two months away from one swing that nearly ended his career, a pain he described as a knife in his back. That was the start of back trouble so severe there was no guarantee he would ever return. He was 20 when he turned pro. He was 25 for his official rookie season in 2017 on the PGA Tour. Trying to manage his schedule after not having competed for two straight years, Cantlay played 11 times and still made it to the Tour Championship. "If he had the full year this year, I would imagine he'd have been on the Presidents Cup team, no question," Spieth said at the TPC Boston that year. "He's extremely talented, and he's going to work his way up into the top 10 in the world, in my opinion." And here he is. Predictions are never easy in golf — Cantlay knows that better than anyone — and so where he goes remains a work in progress. It's where he has been that explains why his victory Sunday got so much attention, even if it wasn't worthy of the front of sports pages. Anyone who saw Cantlay play in Ohio eight years ago would have expected a performance like this. His time at Muirfield Village was short. Cantlay received the Jack Nicklaus Award as the best player in college — as a freshman at UCLA — and posed for photos with Nicklaus, then got ready for U.S. Open qualifying at the sectional site filled with PGA Tour players. Cantlay was the only amateur to get one of the 16 spots. Two weeks later, he was low amateur in the 2011 U.S. Open at Congressional, his first tournament against the best in the world. The following week, he set a PGA Tour record for amateurs with a 60 in the second round of the Travelers Championship. He was low amateur at the Masters in 2012. He made the cut at the U.S. Open again at Olympic Club (Spieth was low amateur that year). Much like Spieth, he had a knack for delivering. It was a tournament Cantlay did not win that might be the most revealing. After the stabbing pain he felt at Colonial in 2013, he didn't play for three months as his status on the Web.com Tour money list kept dropping. Cantlay tried to play two more events to stay in the top 25 to earn a PGA Tour card and missed the cut in both, finishing 29th. His last chance was a four-tournament series with a special money list. Cantlay played the first one and finished one shot behind Trevor Immelman. It was enough to get his card, and then he couldn't play again for nearly nine months. Cantlay has been through a lot, but he is still relatively new considering he had to start over. "It really is my third year on tour," he said. "It's just taken me seven years to do it." He ended that first full year with a victory in Las Vegas, and Cantlay was mildly irritated that more wins didn't follow. "Being out for so long and to come back and play really well and win within a year ... I didn't think it would take me this long," he said. "But I've played a lot of really good golf, a lot of really solid golf. And so I think I was closer than it seems. So maybe this one will do it.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 5th, 2019

Beyonce – or Nala – is the queen we all need in new Lion King teaser

MANILA, Philippines – We all know Beyonce is queen. That's just a fact. But the newest teaser for the upcoming remake of The Lion King leaves no doubt over whether she'd make a good lion queen too.  In the teaser released on Disney's official platforms and Beyonce's official YouTube channel, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 4th, 2019

Sleepwalking Warriors snap to behind ultimate weapon Durant

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com LOS ANGELES -- The only sound in a basketball game that mimics an alarm clock blaring is the final buzzer, but by then the score is official and it’s too late to wake up. And maybe the Warriors needed seven months and 88 games to recognize this, because when you’ve won three championships in four years and bring four All-Stars in their prime and play nightly against the rank-and-file, there’s a tendency to doze off just to, you know, make things interesting. Well, nap’s over. After Friday's (Saturday, PHL time) 129-110 victory over the Clippers, the buzzer has shifted to the opening tip, and suddenly the Warriors are aware of where they are and who they’re up against and what time it is. [Watch the Playoffs on NBA League Pass for 30% less with this limited time offer! Select Annual package and use code SAVE30 at checkout to redeem] At least, those are the signals they’re giving off now, on the eve of the second round of the playoffs, when there is no better moment -- to paraphrase the noted prophet Kevin Durant -- to let folks know who you are. They’ll be led into their next basketball battle by Durant, fresh off a fiddy, which of course is basketball slang for 5-0 points, which finally silenced the Clippers and made the basketball world revisit the belief that the Warriors are not to be denied. This of course will be put to the test by the Rockets, arguably the biggest threat facing the Warriors between now and a June champagne sip. But really, now: If Durant plays like he has the last few games, does it really matter what James Harden and Chris Paul bring in this upcoming best-of-seven? “He’s in a groove right now,” said Steph Curry. “Special to see.” With the exception of last year’s Western Conference finals, when Houston took Golden State to the limit, the Durant Warriors have been one level above all others in the playoffs. The Clippers just took two from them -- despite Durant -- and nobody else claimed more than one victory in a best-of-seven. Overall, excluding that Rockets’ series, the Durants are 32-5 in the postseason, a clean 9-0 in series play. Everything that the Warriors were projected to do once Durant signed up for duty two summers ago has come true. They’re three superstars ahead of good teams and two superstars ahead of very good teams. Right now, they’re alone on the island, the only true great team in the league, even on nights when they don’t play the part. With all due respect to Damian Lillard, no one has has drawn more awe lately than Durant, who’s on pace to cause major problems for whomever crouches in a defensive stance before him. In the last four games, he averaged 42 points on 55 percent shooting, and at times was a singular force against the stubborn Clippers. Remember, Steph Curry is trying to climb out of a fog, stifled and troubled by missed jumpers in the last week and momentarily sidelined Friday (Saturday, PHL time) by a tweaked right ankle, which always causes the Warriors to hold their breath. Klay Thompson, as is his pattern, went ballistic for one game, then was rather tame by comparison in the others. “I just play my game through it all,” Durant said. “I definitely don’t want to go away from my teammates if they’re struggling to shoot the ball. But at the same time, I have to be aggressive and try to win the game as well.” Given how leaky the Warriors’ defense looked and how carelessly they handled the ball, the one constant in the first round was Durant drilling shots from all angles and distances, especially once he confined his chatter to making shots instead of taking them at Pat Beverley, the Clippers’ All-Star instigator. Warriors coach Steve Kerr called it “one of the greatest performances I’ve ever seen” and this is someone who rode with Michael Jordan and Tim Duncan. Whether Kerr was simply caught up in the moment, it doesn’t minimize what Durant did to close out the Clippers and what he’s capable of doing against the Rockets. “He's the ultimate weapon because there's no defense for Kevin,” Kerr said. “No matter what anybody does, he can get a good shot. And he knew we needed him badly. And he just took over the game in the first half and set a great tone.” Durant appears to be locked in and on a mission, and if this is his last run with the Warriors, it’s morphing into a gallop. His 50 points Friday (Saturday, PHL time) were a personal playoff high and his 38 in the first half tied Charles Barkley for second on the all-time list. And this came on the heels of the 45 points he delivered in a losing Game 5 effort. “Sometimes you come across special people and it doesn’t matter what defense you send to them,” said Clippers guard Lou Williams. “There is no scheme. There’s nothing you can do with special people. He’s one of them and he showed it. He put them guys on his shoulders. He proved exactly who people think he is, who he thinks of himself, and he did it.” The Warriors finished with the best record in the West this season, almost on reputation or cruise control. Once again, there were lapses that seemed suspiciously like a team bored with the schedule and awaiting a summer coronation. This breezy attitude seeped into the opening round, when the Warriors choked away a 31-point lead and then lost another home game to an eighth-seeded team devoid of All-Stars. This doesn’t happen unless the heavily-favored one-seed is taking their championship rings for granted. “I think I made a joke like this first round felt like it was two months,” said Curry. “It was just the emotional part of it, I mean, losing (DeMarcus Cousins) and a 31-point lead and trying to come back on the road and the mental investment you put into it. We’ve got to be able to flip the switch from one team to the next and that will be the biggest test.” Well, and this might be a stretch, but expect the Warriors to show the Rockets a lot more respect. Deep down, Kerr knows losing a pair to the Clippers was perhaps the face-slap his team needed, and at the right time. The Warriors know any lapse in this series will likely be their last, and a fatal one as well. “We know what Houston's about,” said Kerr. “We know how good they are. We've got to be ready.” There are positive signs beyond Durant. Thompson will be the first line of defense against Harden, the league’s leading scorer this season, and Thompson is coming off a lockdown of Williams, who finally cooled and went 3-for-21 Friday (Saturday, PHL time). This will be of major importance, of course, given Harden’s usage rate and relentlessness. “If you’re not focused,” Durant said, “he can drive past you, he shoots floaters now, he’s a strong finish with either hand and obviously the step-back three-pointers is one of his staples. He can score in a variety of ways so you have to be locked in from the beginning. You’ve got to be ready to play tough all game.” Draymond Green is coming off a triple-double, while the aging Andre Iguodala seems springy and active, usually his profile this time of year. Yes, there’s finally perhaps a sense of urgency or at least an understanding of what’s at stake and more of an emphasis on staying woke for the Warriors. “Obviously we would love to win every series 4-0,” said Durant. “That would be ideal. But we know it’s not really going to happen that way.” Perhaps not. But the Durant Warriors, based on their track record, are convincing enough. Veteran NBA writer Shaun Powell has worked for newspapers and other publications for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here or follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 27th, 2019

Prime time to heat up with Echo-Arci tandem

ABS-CBN Network talent and sexy actress Arci Muñoz and Asian Drama King Jericho Rosales are teaming up for the first time in the upcoming series Magpahanggang Wakas. By just looking at the program’s teaser, this prime time fare looks more daring.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsSep 16th, 2016

The talked-about teleserye teaser

The first teaser trailer of the upcoming ABS-CBN series The Greatest Love easily became one of the most talked-about not only on Twitter bu.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 17th, 2016

LOOK: Brillante Mendoza confirmed to direct Duterte's SONA

MANILA, Philippines – It's official: Brillante Mendoza is directing President Rodrigo Duterte's first State of the Nation Address (SONA). In a series of photos posted on the Presidential Communications Office (PCO)'s Twitter account, Mendoza is .....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 17th, 2016

Marian: Magagamit ko na ang pagkananay ko sa ‘First Yaya’

WALA nang urungan ang muling pagsalang ni Marian Rivera sa bagong series niya sa GMA. Ginanap na kamakailan ang story conference ng upcoming show niyang First Yaya. Si Gabby Concepcion ang makakapareha niya sa serye habang ito naman ang magiging first full length series ni Baeby Baste na humahataw ngayon bilang pinakabatang TV host sa […] The post Marian: Magagamit ko na ang pagkananay ko sa ‘First Yaya’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 20th, 2020

Philippines 3x3 World Tour leg still on

The upcoming FIBA 3x3 Olympic Qualifying Tournament in India and 3x3 World Tour Masters leg here in Manila are still on amid the coronavirus disease 2019 outbreak, a federation official announced yesterday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2020

ATE GUY PURING-PURI SI KYLINE: ALAM KO MAGALING SIYA, BIKOLANA RIN, E!

NANINIWALA ang nag-iisang Superstar na si Nora Aunor na malayung-malayo pa ang mararating ng Kapuso young actress na si Kyline Alcantara. Magkasama ngayon ang dalawa sa upcoming afternoon series ng GMA 7 na Bilangin Ang Bituin Sa Langit na magsisimula na sa darating na Lunes, sa direksyon ng napakagaling ding aktres na si Laurice Guillen. […] The post ATE GUY PURING-PURI SI KYLINE: ALAM KO MAGALING SIYA, BIKOLANA RIN, E! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2020

So Ji Sub bibida sa star-studded crime science-fiction film; ‘Doctor Playbook’ ni Jo Jung Suk hahataw na sa Marso

KOREAN word of the week: “Mo-reu-get-da” – ginagamit ito bilang isang Korean expression na katumbas ng “Bahala na” sa Filipino. Sa Ingles naman ito’y “I don’t know.” * * * Nagsimula nang maglabas ng teaser ang upcoming tvN drama na “Doctor Playbook” na kilala rin sa tawag na “Hospital Playlist” kung saan bibida ang Korean […] The post So Ji Sub bibida sa star-studded crime science-fiction film; ‘Doctor Playbook’ ni Jo Jung Suk hahataw na sa Marso appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2020

OPPO HQ Executive teases ‘revolutionary’ screen display

THE Find X2 is the upcoming addition of OPPO, the world-leading smartphone brand, to its flagship series and is rumored to carry a 120-Hz screen display technology, the latest and strongest visual display innovation on smartphones today. According to the post by OPPO Vice President and President of Global Marketing Brian Shen on Twitter, the […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2020

FIRST TIME! Julia at Nadine, magsasama sa upcoming series na “Burado”

FIRST TIME! Julia at Nadine, magsasama sa upcoming series na “Burado”.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 10th, 2020

Park Hae Jin walang pahinga; hataw uli sa ‘Old School Intern’

Kasisimula pa lang ng bagong serye ng Korean superstar na si Park Hae Jin na “Forest” pero ngayon pa lang ay kumpirmado nang gagawin niya ang panibagong drama series this year. Bibida si Hae Jin sa upcoming drama “Old School Intern” kung saan gaganap siya bilang Ga Yeol Chan, isang office worker na lumipat sa […] The post Park Hae Jin walang pahinga; hataw uli sa ‘Old School Intern’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 10th, 2020

OPPO HQ executive teases about a possibly ‘revolutionary’ screen display of Find X2

THE Find X2 is the world-leading smartphone brand OPPO’s upcoming addition to its flagship series, rumored to carry a 120-hertz screen display technology — the latest and strongest visual display innovation on smartphones today. According to the post by OPPO executive Brian Shen on Twitter, OPPO Find X2 is slated to come out in the […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsFeb 10th, 2020

Dingdong laging handa sa military operation: Doon kami sa combat support

NGAYONG gabi na magsisimula sa GMA Telebabad ang Philippine adaptation ng Korean hit series na Descendants of the Sun starring Dingdong Dantes and Jennylyn Mercado. Siguradong inaabangan na ng mga fans ng DOTS ang pilot episode ng Pinoy version nito matapos mag-trending at pusuan ng milyun-milyong netizens ang mga teaser trailer nito sa iba’t ibang […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 9th, 2020

Tom Rodri­guez, muntik mag-suicide

      SWEET boyfriend si Tom Rodri­guez kay Carla Abellana noong mediacon ng “Love of my Life.” Pinupunasan niya ng pawis sa balikat si Carla na mukhang init na init dahil mahina ang aircon sa venue. Hinawi pa ni Tom ang mahabang buhok ng girlfriend. Swak kay Tom ang title ng upcoming GMA series […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsJan 31st, 2020