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Friday, August 31, 2012
Mykiru Isyusero: After I brought to you Michael Sanjay Chandumal last month, here's another new discovery from your favorite TV commercials. You might have hardly recognized him on commercials like Sky Flakes Onion & Garlic, Sun Cellular, Kotex, Bingo, Rexona and Jollibee Cheezy Nachos with Fries, but for sure, you have been totally caught by him on the Globe commercial with mega daughter KC Concepcion. Zuher Bautista's latest commercial is the one with KC inside a bus, wherein a group of girls and the boys were debating as to which gender is superior than the other, until KC uttered the now famous line, "women outlived men." The advertisement is actually for Globe's partnership with Yahoo! Other than being a model, Zuher also joined Star Circle Quest Season 1 and was one of the Top 20.
Wikipedia: Andrew Lincoln (born Andrew James Clutterbuck; 14 September 1973) is an English actor, known for his television and film roles. He currently stars as Rick Grimes in the AMC television series The Walking Dead. Lincoln made his first on-screen appearance in "Births and Deaths", a 1994 episode of Channel 4 sitcom Drop the Dead Donkey. His first major role was Edgar "Egg" Cook, one of the lead characters in the highly successful BBC drama This Life (1996–1997). He went on to star as probationary teacher Simon Casey in the Channel 4 sitcom Teachers (2001–2003), and had a lead role as university lecturer and psychologist Robert Bridge in Afterlife (2005). Lincoln appeared in several films, including Human Traffic (1999) and Love Actually (2003). In 2009 he appeared in the stage production of Parlour Song. He went back to England after filming the Sky One TV series Strike Back in South Africa with Richard Armitage. He starred alongside Vanessa Paradis in Pascal Chaumeil's Heartbreaker. In April 2010 Lincoln was cast as Rick Grimes, affecting a southern-US accent in the live-action adaption of the comic The Walking Dead, and narrated the project at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con International.
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
OVM Entertainment/Production this September.
Yahoo!: The suspect, Abdul Jandul, an alleged member of the Abu Sayyaf extremist group, was arrested by police and military agents on the troubled southern island of Basilan, a police statement said. Jandul, who also worked as an Arabic teacher in an Islamic school, had a bounty of 350,000 pesos ($8,400) on his head for his alleged role in the kidnapping of 29 teachers and students that resulted in three deaths. The Abu Sayyaf Islamic militants seized the teachers and students including a Claretian priest, Father Rhoel Gallardo, in Basilan in March 2000. Most of those captured were freed but Gallardo and three teachers were killed by the Abu Sayyaf. The priest was reportedly tortured before he died. Police have not said whether Jandul had allegedly taken part in the killings. The Abu Sayyaf has been blamed for the worst terror attacks in Philippine history, including bombings and mass kidnappings of foreigners and Christians. The group set up in the 1990s with seed money from Osama bin Laden's Al-Qaeda network is based on remote southern islands, including Basilan. The number of Abu Sayyaf fighters has dropped from roughly 2,000 a decade ago to a few hundred today, according to security analysts. However they remain a threat in the south, capable of kidnapping locals and foreigners, as well as bomb attacks, partly due to support from members of local Muslim communities.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Starring Andi Eigenmann, JM De Guzman, Janice De Belen, Joel Torre, Ronnie Lazaro, Baron Geisler, Bekimon and introducing Venus Raj. This movie is directed by Rico Maria Ilarde under Regal Films.