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WATCH: JaDine get tangled up in each other in first Never Not Love You teaser

MANILA, Philippines – The first teaser for Never Not Love You, the new movie starring James Reid and Nadine Lustre, has been released, and it promises a lot of kilig moments for fans of the reel-to-real-life couple. The teaser's moody lighting and hip, urban look fit right in the JaDine aesthetic ........»»

Category: newsSource: rappler rapplerFeb 8th, 2018

WATCH: James Reid, Nadine Lustre get confrontational in ‘Never Not Love You’ full trailer

After inking their promises of forever in the teaser trailer, it now shows there is trouble in paradise for James Reid and Nadine Lustre. In the full trailer of “Never Not Love You,” it can be seen that a heated argument between Lustre and Reid’s characters transpire.The JaDine love team last appeared on the big… link: WATCH: James Reid, Nadine Lustre get confrontational in ‘Never Not Love You’ full trailer.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsMar 16th, 2018

WATCH: The full trailer for JaDine movie Never Not Love You

MANILA, Philippines – After the teaser was released , a full trailer is now available for the James Reid-Nadine Lustre movie Never Not Love You. In the trailer, released Thursday, March 15, we get to know more about Gio (James) and Joanne (Nadine).  The two meet and, as a result, Gio begins ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 16th, 2018

LOOK: Nadine Lustre ‘chooses to be happy’ (and sexy) with James Reid

The latest from Nadine Lustre and James Reid comes from the waters off the coast of Zambales. Lustre shared with fans a couple of photos on her Instagram page showing JaDine playing around in the water at Nagsasa Cove in Pundaquit, Zambales. She wrote, "Choose to be happy." The actress also shared a some sexy solo shots from the same venue for a watch ad. Photographer Andrei Suleik uploaded similar photos and a few other fashion shots. Lustre and Reid will be staring in a new movie titled "Never Not Love You" which will premiere on Mar. 31. JB RELATED STORIES: LOOK: Nadine Lustre shares sexy bikini shots from La Union beach LOOK: Anne Curtis becomes...Keep on reading: LOOK: Nadine Lustre ‘chooses to be happy’ (and sexy) with James Reid.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 4th, 2018

WATCH: Eminem and Ed Sheeran tease ‘River’ video

Unhappy Valentine's day! #River Music Video ft. @TeddysPhotos WEDNESDAY A post shared by Marshall Mathers (@eminem) on Feb 12, 2018 at 12:03pm PST Eminem has shared a first look at his upcoming video for "River", which features the rapper and the newly engaged Ed Sheeran talking about love. The rapper posted the video teaser to Instagram with the message "Unhappy Valentine's day!" and revealed that the full video will in fact drop on Valentine's Day, this Wednesday. The love-themed teaser opens amidst a scene of domestic quarrel, seemingly centered around a pregnancy test, which fits with the song's themes of abortion and infidelity. This footage is intersperse...Keep on reading: WATCH: Eminem and Ed Sheeran tease ‘River’ video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 13th, 2018

5 things to watch out for at Jadine s Revolution concert

MANILA, Philippines – Two years after the success of their first concert Jadine in Love  at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, real life couple James Reid and Nadine Lustre are set to perform in the same venue once more on February 9. Revolution will show a whole new side to the couple since they ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 30th, 2018

WATCH: KathNiel is married in 'Can't Help Falling In Love' teaser

WATCH: KathNiel is married in 'Can't Help Falling In Love' teaser.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 16th, 2017

WATCH: Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla start over in Barcelona: A Love Untold

MANILA, Philippines — The teaser of the film starring Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla is finally out......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 4th, 2016

WATCH: Daniel Padilla, Kathryn Bernardo fall in love in 'Barcelona' teaser

WATCH: Daniel Padilla, Kathryn Bernardo fall in love in 'Barcelona' teaser.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 3rd, 2016

WATCH: Tim Burton s live action Dumbo gets first teaser trailer

On Wednesday, June 13, Disney shared the first teaser trailer for the live-action remake of 'Dumbo', directed by Tim Burton. This remake of Disney's animated classic is slated for Un.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 14th, 2018

Spieth in mini-slump heading to Shinnecock Hills, US Open

By Barry Wilner, Associated Press SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — Lots of folks have become accustomed to seeing Jordan Spieth's name atop leaderboards, particularly at golf's majors. So has Spieth. Yet since winning the British Open last July, Spieth barely has been a factor on the weekends. He believed third-place finishes in Houston and at the Masters had indicated a turnaround heading into this week's U.S. Open. But since Augusta, his best showing in five tournaments is a tie for 21st at the Byron Nelson, and he twice missed cuts, including most recently at the Memorial. Not quite the stuff that rocketed Spieth to the top of golf, with Masters and U.S. Open wins in 2015, and his third major last summer at Royal Birkdale. "Yeah, I think my patience has been tested, just not going into Saturday or Sunday with a legitimate chance to win but maybe once," Spieth said Tuesday at Shinnecock Hills. "Technically the Masters, I didn't really have a chance. The back nine, I ended up giving myself a chance. "Yeah, just the limited number compared to previous years of chances I've had on the weekends has been frustrating." Spieth, 24, always has been mature as a competitor and person. When he went after the career Grand Slam for the first time last year at the PGA Championship, he wound up 10 shots back. No one contemplated he wouldn't have won another PGA Tour title since, missing two cuts before the Masters and two more after. While exasperated, Spieth, as always, believes he is close to the way out of this mini-slump — for him, at least. "Over the last, since probably in between Austin (a first-round elimination by Patrick Reed in match play) and Houston was a really big weekend for me of settling down and getting back on the right track with things," he said. "And recognizing that it's a long career, and, you know, results aren't going to come by wanting them to come. They're going to come by being obsessed with the process, getting back to the basics, being an athlete, figuring out within the swing, the intricacies of the game. Kind of the stuff — the reason I love to practice — that's what's going to kind of bring it back, and results aren't everything." Maybe not, except that when the results have been so spectacular so quickly, they become how you are measured by the public. Spieth has won 11 times in his first five full seasons, including those three major championships. His putting skills are envied by many of his peers. So are his analytical breakdowns of shots, holes, his swing. His optimism that all will be right again is praise-worthy — and probably accurate. "I feel like my game is in the best shape it's been in a long time, including last year," he said. "And my results don't necessarily speak towards that, but I feel that way, and so I'll stick with the process, and they'll surely come at some point." If that point is this week, Spieth must outshoot not only the sentimental fan choices (Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson) but all of those young guns who have begun to grab majors: Reed, Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka. "It almost feels like I'm back in high school and college," Spieth joked. "These are the same guys we used to battle it out with then, and I'd win one, then they would win one. It's just blown up now because there was no coverage; no one really cared to watch us back then, and now people do. "But it's nothing different than what we've kind of been doing with each other for a number of years. It's really cool to be out here doing it, but I don't think we ... think of it as a totally different experience than anything we've always kind of done.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

WATCH: Arcade Fire s new video is all about animal chemistry

Image: AFP Relaxnews Arcade Fire's new playful animated video for its upbeat single 'Chemistry' features a dog and a cat falling in love. The cat and the dog, or more precisely two p.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

WATCH: Hiccup, Toothless’ last epic journey in ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’

"How to Train Your Dragon" fans surely wouldn't want to miss this movie that completes the trilogy. In "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World," Hiccup realizes his destiny as the village chief of Berk, alongside being the dragon leader. This was teased in the movie's first teaser trailer released Thursday. Meanwhile, Toothless suddenly meets a female of his own kind. The dragon tries to impress her upon first meeting by doing all sorts of tricks. As danger mounts at Berk, Hiccup's skills are tested as a leader. Will he and his partner be able to defeat the evil that threatens their village? Dean DeBois returns as director for the animated film. It also features a star-...Keep on reading: WATCH: Hiccup, Toothless’ last epic journey in ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 9th, 2018

WATCH: Is everything still awesome in The Lego Movie 2?

MANILA, Philippines – Get ready for another dose of awesome – and coffee with copious amounts of sugar – in "The Lego Movie 2." The teaser trailer begins with Lucy (Elizabeth Banks) introducing us to the world 5 years after Taco Tuesday. This time, however, they face a new threat: ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 6th, 2018

Ali Wong, Typo X Kelloggs, Evil Genius and more

  Ali Wong Okay, confession time. We're officially in love with Ali Wong. The "Fresh Off The Boat" writer first got our attention with her Netflix comedy special "Baby Cobra." We saw the poster and thought, what's this very pregnant woman doing recording a show when it looks like her water's about to break at any moment? What if she goes into labor mid-joke? (Spoiler alert: She doesn't.) We watched and we were hooked, so hooked that we watched it again, so hooked that we forced friends to watch it too, so hooked that we watched "Hard Knock Wife," her second Netflix special, the very day it was released. It came out on Mother's Day---very fitting, since Ali was once again ver...Keep on reading: Ali Wong, Typo X Kelloggs, Evil Genius and more.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 3rd, 2018

Fitting follow-up for Dingdong’s game-changing thespic triumph

  With the release of Irene Emma Villamor's "Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story," Dingdong Dantes finally finds a fitting follow-up to his game-changing thespic triumph in "Seven Sundays"---with affable Anne Curtis in tow. Yes, it is the movie to watch this week. Dingdong's noirish romantic starrer reverberates with the millennial vibe that has made films like "Never Not Love You" and "Meet Me in St. Galen" crackle with relatable pertinence as it follows the lives of reckless protagonists who don't mind betting on everything but their hearts. Go-getting stockbroker Sid (Dingdong) and odd-jobs worker Aya (Anne) are no strangers to gambling---he with his money, she with her ...Keep on reading: Fitting follow-up for Dingdong’s game-changing thespic triumph.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 2nd, 2018

Watch: Sid & Aya: Not A Love Story , Talaga ba?

Irene Emma Villamor's 'Sid & Aya: Not A Love Story' is anything but your usual love-themed movie. It's something like along the lines of 'Kita Kita' that improves.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJun 1st, 2018

LeBron, back in Boston, for another Cavs farewell

By Jimmy Golen, Associated Press BOSTON (AP) — LeBron James and the depleted Cleveland Cavaliers won’t get any sympathy from the Celtics when they return to Boston for Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals. Already laboring to reach his eighth straight NBA Finals with a supporting crew made mostly of cast-offs and throw-ins, James lost the only other All-Star on the roster on Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) when Kevin Love was declared out for the series finale with a concussion. Now, in what could be his final game in a Cleveland uniform — again — James will have to do it largely on his own. In Boston, where the Celtics are perfect so far this postseason. And in a series where the road team hasn’t really even come close. “There’s something different about LeBron, period,” Cleveland forward Larry Nance Jr. said after James scored 46 with 11 rebounds and nine assists on Friday night (Saturday, PHL time) to send the series to a decisive seventh game. “I think [coach Tyronn Lue] said it best: ‘We’re going into a Game 7 with the baddest dude on the planet on our team.’ I like our chances.” James is having what could be the best postseason of his career, averaging 33.9 points and just under nine assists and rebounds, with seven 40-point games, two buzzer beaters, and a sweep of top-seeded Toronto. But he’s played in every game this season — Sunday (Monday, PHL time) will be his 100th — and it showed in the Game 5 loss to the Celtics. He admitted to fatigue afterward, and then played all but two minutes in Game 6 despite a sore knee from a collision with Nance. Still, the four-time MVP carried his team even after Love banged heads with Boston’s Jayson Tatum in the first half and left the game. “I can’t say enough good things about him,” Celtics coach Brad Stevens said. “Every time we watch. Every time you’re standing out there. Every time you watch him on film. Best player in the game.” James will probably have to do it again in Game 7 to reach the NBA Finals for the eighth straight year, something accomplished only by Bill Russell and some of his Celtics teammates in the 1960s. Lue said he wasn’t concerned about James’ leg. Or about the team’s history in the TD Garden, where the Cavaliers lost the first three games by an average of 17 points. “We throw it all out,” Lue said on Saturday (Sunday, PHL time). “It’s one game left to go to the NBA Finals.” The Celtics have had their own injury problems, starting in the first quarter of the season opener — at Cleveland — when top free agent Gordon Hayward went out for the year with a broken leg. Five-time All-Star Kyrie Irving, acquired from the Cavaliers in an offseason roster overhaul, needed knee surgery and was lost in March. But they caught a break when Tatum was cleared to play on Saturday (Sunday, PHL time). Stevens said the team doctors checked on him “and he’s great.” “So nothing there as far as to be concerned about,” Stevens said. Well, there’s one thing to be concerned about. “We know LeBron is different than a lot of other guys, but we’ve got to get the job done,” Celtics guard Terry Rozier said. “That’s no excuse, so we’re looking forward to it.” For James, it’s an opportunity to extend the season for his hometown team and put off another summer of questions about his future. Eight years ago, he came to Boston for the conference semifinals and had a triple-double — 27 points, 19 rebounds and 10 assists — but shot 8-for-21 with nine turnovers and the Celtics eliminated the Cavs from the playoffs. As he left the court, James stripped off his Cleveland jersey; then came “The Decision” and the move to Miami. James is again able to become a free agent this season, with the Lakers, 76ers and Rockets among the most-mentioned destinations. Having led Cleveland to the city’s first major sports title in half a century in 2016, there is less pulling at him to stay home this time. But another title would ease the pain even more. And with the injury bug hitting the Western Conference finalists — Chris Paul was the latest ruled out for a game — the East champion might not be as big an underdog as expected. James will be ready. “You’ve got to be poised. You’ve got to be able to handle a punch or two,” he said. “We know it’s challenging. They’re 10-0 on their home floor, and they’ve been very successful against us, obviously, at home. But if you love challenges, then this is a great opportunity.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 27th, 2018

Aging like fine wine, James shines when it matters most

By Steve Aschburner, NBA.com CLEVELAND – The first 57 seconds came near the end of the third quarter, LeBron James finally heading over to the Cleveland Cavaliers’ bench after logging 35 minutes – 35:03, as long as we’re counting – of intense, frantic, backs-against-the-wall elimination basketball against the Boston Celtics in Friday's (Saturday, PHL time) Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals. James took his seat with the idea of resting as much as he could, as quickly as he could. That’s about all he gets this time of year, when subbing James out of the game too often is like the Cavaliers loosening their grip on a balloon they’re blowing up but have yet to tie off. If the air went out of Cleveland’s balloon at Quicken Loans Arena, it was going to be out for months. Heck, given James’ possible departure in free agency this summer, the air might have been gone for good. “Obviously [if] I get a minute, couple minutes here per quarter, would be great. But it's not what our team is built on right now,” James said after yet another remarkable performance to keep the Cavs’ postseason alive. With what was left of the third on the game clock and how it played out, followed by the break between quarters, the Cavaliers’ star got about five minutes in real time to catch his breath. Then promptly subbed back in for the fourth. “Our team is built on me being out on the floor to be able to make plays, not only for myself but make plays for others,” James said. “It's just the way we've been playing, and we've been succeeding with it. “I was able to play 46 minutes today. I got my couple minutes, I guess.” He got another 57 seconds to be exact. They were less hurried, less nervous and absolutely earned, coming as they did at the very end. When James exited for good, his work was done. The Cavs had pushed this home-dominant series to its max, with Game 7 at Boston’s TD Garden Sunday (Monday, PHL time). James’ stats line was one of those gaudy/ordinary types he has spoiled his team and NBA fans with for so many years: 46 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists. He also had three steals and one blocked shot, racing back in the third quarter to deny Boston’s greyhound guard Terry Rozier after finishing a Cavs fast break an instant before. James went down as if shot early in the fourth, his team up 89-82; teammate Larry Nance fell into the future Hall of Famer’s right leg. But after a few tentative, anxious moments both for him and the folks in the arena, James was back to moving, pivoting and launching as if nothing had happened. “I felt some pain throughout my entire right side of my ankle into my leg,” said James, who seems to go through more histrionics and drama than the average player when he gets clobbered, without enduring the same level of injury. “I was just hoping for the best, obviously, because I've seen so many different injuries, and watching basketball with that type of injury, someone fall into one's leg standing straight up.” Not long after that, though, James was draining two bak-breaking three-pointers on consecutive trips, burning young Celtics forward Jayson Tatum both times from deep on the left wing. The second sent Boston scurrying into a timeout with 1:40 to go, and had James going a little primal along that far sideline, pounding his chest and hollering out. “The love of the game causes reactions like that,” James said. “Understanding the situation and understanding the moment that you're in. It was just a feeling that you can't explain unless you've been a part of it.” James has been a part of it plenty. This was the 22nd elimination game of his career, his eighth since returning to Cleveland in 2014. He is 13-9 overall and 6-2 in this Cavs 2.0 version. His production in these win-or-go-home games is unsurpassed in NBA history. James is averaging 34.1 points, 10.8 rebounds and 7.4 assists, performing best when it matters most. That wasn’t always the case – James had some rough-shooting, high-turnover nights in elimination games early in his career. More recently, though, he’s everything you want but cannot get in a mutual fund: His past performances definitely are a guarantee of future results. “I’ve watched him play a lot of really great games, but that one’s right up there towards the top,” said Kyle Korver, Cleveland’s 37-year-old sniper. “It’s just so much heart. He wanted this game so bad. “I think he just craves those moments. He loves those moments. When the game is on the line, when the season is on the line, he’s just been rising up, and that’s what the great players do.” Iconic players like James and, before him, Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant are the ones who block whole NBA generations from achieving their dreams, hoarding Finals appearances and championship rings for them and theirs only. Celtics Brad Stevens, young as he is, has had to gameplan against James’ greatness and ability to dominate three times in playoff series now. “Does that ever come into our minds? Yeah, every time we watch,” Stevens said. “Every time you're standing out there. Every time you watch him on film. Best player in the game. Special night tonight and special night in Game 4 [44 points]. I can't say enough good things about him.” At least one of James’ own teammates didn’t always feel that way. “I've been in the league for some years and ran across him on the other side and really hated his guts,” said George Hill, the former Indiana Pacers guard who never beat James in postseason basketball before joining him via trade in February. “But to have him on our side, it kind of lets me take a deep breath of fresh air. It's just something that you really can't explain what he's doing night in, night out.” The view from the Cavaliers’ side isn’t just safer, it’s illuminating for George. “Yeah, I thought the best was when he always put us out,” the veteran said. “But to actually see it when he's on your team, I can't even put it into words. Sometimes I just think, ‘How did he make that shot?’ Or ‘How did he make that move?’ Or ‘When did he see that pass?’ Just making big plays and big shots. People always list him as not a shooter, but he's making big shots down the stretch. If it's three-pointers, layups, dunks, passes, he can do it all.” James wasn’t always so complete as a player. In some of his early forays into the playoffs, critics would pounce. Passing off a potential winning shot, for example, to less-decorated teammate Donyell Marshall. Getting ousted by a savvier, saltier Celtics crew in seven games in 2008 and in six two years later. A couple years after that, though, James would return the favor with his new crew in Miami. He dropped 45 points with 15 rebounds on Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and the rest right on the hallowed parquet in Game 6, then backed it up with 31 in Game 7. Now he’s tormenting a whole new set of Celtics. “Like I said, I haven't always done it in my whole career, but I've never shied away from it,” James said. “That's either making a shot or making a play. I was taught the game the right way ever since I started playing.” So it’s talent to start, fundamentals ladled onto that and then time and experience to percolate, to ferment, to ripen James into what he is now: No one to be trifled with when there’s something to be won or to be staved off. Getting a little more introspective than usual, James talked about the maturation journey he has taken since arriving on the NBA scene still a teenager in 2003. “I've embraced a lot of situations as you grow up,” he said. “I mean, I love being a husband now. Did I embrace that at 18, 19? I don't think so. “As you get older, you just grow into more things. I didn't love wine until I was 30 years old, and now every other [social media] post is about wine, National Wine Day. So you learn and you grow and you know what's best for you as you get older. That's just all of us. I think that's what being a human being is. “At 18, I don't think I'm the same player that I am today at 33, and I shouldn't be. I'm just much more seasoned.” Fifteen seasons worth and counting, aging like all that wine. That’s the guy Boston will try to put out Sunday (Monday, PHL time). Arguably the GOAT, undeniably the BLOAT, as in Best LeBron of All Time.  Steve Aschburner has written about the NBA since 1980. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here and 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 NewsMay 26th, 2018

LOOK: Mouthwatering reasons why ‘Wok of Love’ will wake the lover (and foodie!) in you

Binge-watching culture often involves food. During long weekends, holidays or vacation leaves, drama enthusiasts only have two main agenda for the day: what series to watch and what food to eat while watching. So, how about considering a new Viu series which merges a good story and food? Directed by Park Seon Ho, "Wok of Love" follows a story of survival, food and love. Starring Jang Hyuk, Lee Joon-Ho and Jung Ryeo-Won, it is tagged as "a love story hotter than the boiling oil in a sizzling hot wok." Here's the plot: across the street of the six-star Hotel Giant, there stands a small, shabby Chinese restaurant, Hungry Wok. Chil Seong, the owner of the restaurant,...Keep on reading: LOOK: Mouthwatering reasons why ‘Wok of Love’ will wake the lover (and foodie!) in you.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 24th, 2018

WATCH: The Prince Harry-Meghan Markle royal wedding, in 2 minutes

Missed the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? Or simply want to relive the real-life fairy tale? Here are the highlights, all summed up in two minutes. You might also want to check out the following: Livestream + highlights of the royal wedding Reverend Curry fires up royal wedding with love sermon  (Full text here ) IN PHOTOS: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle captivate world in royal wedding LOOK: Prince George and Princess Charlotte at the royal wedding – Rappler.com .....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2018