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Piolo Pascual On The Job

‘On the Job’ wins big in PMPC Star Awards

ON THE JOB. The crime thriller took home several awards at the Star Awards. Screengrab from YouTubeON THE JOB. The crime thriller took home several awards at the Star Awards. Screengrab from YouTube

MANILA, Philippines – The movie On the Job was the biggest winner in Sunday night’s (March 9) Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) Star Awards for Movies held at the Solaire Resort and Casino in Pasay City.

Winning Best Picture of the Year, the movie produced by Star Cinema also gathered Director of the Year for Erik Matti, Best Cinematography, Best Editor, and Screenwriter of the Year for Matti and co-writer Michiko Yamamoto.

Actor Joey Marquez grabbed the Movie Supporting Actor of the Year for the said film as Sgt. Joaquin Acosta.

Meanwhile, Movie Actor of the Year went to Vice Ganda for his varied roles in the movie Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy.

Movie Actress of the Year went to KC Concepcion for her as Marla de Guzman in Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill.

Angel Aquino on the other hand grabbed the Movie Supporting Actress of the Year for the movie Ang Huling Cha-Cha Ni Anita.

For the Indie categories, the movie Badil won Best Picture and Director of the Year for Chito Roño.

Newcomers Vince Tanada and Isabelle Daza meanwhile won the New Movie Actor and Actress of the Year awards for their roles in Otso and It Takes a Man and a Woman, respectively.

Child star Ryzza Mae Dizon was awarded the Movie Child Performer of the Year for My Little Bossings.

Special awards were also handed out to Rustica Carpio (Nora Aunor Ulirang Artista Lifetime Achievement Award), Peque Gallaga and Ricky Lee (Ulirang Alagad ng Pelikula sa Likod ng Kamera Lifetime Achievement Award).

Eugene Domingo, Judy Ann Santos, and Ai-Ai De Las Alas meanwhile were the Dekada Actress awardees, while Baron Geisler, John Lloyd Cruz, Aga Muhlach, Piolo Pascual, Dennis Trillo, and Jericho Rosales were awarded the Dekada Actor awards.

Jerrold Tarog, Mark Meily, Jose Javier Reyes, Olivia Lamasan, Maryo J. de los Reyes, and Joel Lamangan were given the Dekada Director awards.

Toni Gonzaga and Piolo Pascual were the Female and Male Stars of the Night. They recently starred in the movie Starting Over Again.

POSTED ON 03/10/2014 2:13 PM | UPDATED 03/10/2014 2:23 PM

Iza to do a teleserye with Piolo

WOW, Ian F., le’t s congratulate Iza Calzado for having been tapped as tv host ng It’s Showtime at The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition Doubles.

Both programs happen to be aired daily in ABS-CBN kaya Kapamilya followers get to watch her on tv twice a day.

Guess who is Iza’s ‘equal’ among the Kapamilya talents?

Kris Aquino, who is seen twice a day — in Kris TV and Aquino & Abunda Tonight.

“Alam n’yo,” said Iza, “ang makalinya ko lang si Kris is a great honor. I admire her kasi as a tv host.”

Iza is also proving her worth as an actress. To date, her performance as the ‘other woman’ in the still showing blockbuster movie, Starting Over Again, is still talk of the town.

After all, as she herself agree, it’s not easy to pit talent with the two of the most talented and versatile performers in the business, Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga.

Anytime soon, Iza will realize her dream to play full-time leading lady to Papa P (everybody’s term of endearment for Piolo). They are doing a soap together.

Iza said she will never forget the fact that in her first movie, Milan, she had Papa P for her leading man. At heto, sa first full-length picture niya with Star Cinema na Starting Over, kapareha niya uli si Papa P.

Both Milan and Starting Over is directed by Olive Lamasan.

“I guess some people are truly lucky and I’m glad I am one of them. If I sound mayabang, well, masisisi n’yo ba ako?” waring nahihiyang pahayag ni Iza.

Published : Monday, March 10, 2014 00:00 Article Views : 605
Written by : Nel Alejandrino
Source: http://www.journal.com.ph/index.php/entertainment/showbiz-news/68573-iza-to-do-a-teleserye-with-piolo

Ivana Chubbuck in Manila

Ivana Chubbuck in Manila, Bringing the class to acting

MANILA, Philippines – Entering show business seems to be one of the top career choices nowadays. Have a modicum of talent, possess a respectable amount of good looks, and it seems the proliferation of reality and talent shows beckon, fueled by dreams of stardom, fast money and lucrative endorsement deals. And that is the fact, along with the inescapable truth that while many are called and want to be actors, very few are ready to treat it like a true profession, put in the work and hone their craft so they emerge that rarity — a really good actor. After all, how many Matthew McConaugheys and Cate Blanchetts are there in the world?

As head of ABS-CBN Star Magic Acting Workshops, director Rahyan Carlos knows that improving one’s acting skills is a never-ending process. While many in the entertainment industry have concentrated on advancing technology, whether via camera work, special effects or set design, Rahyan has made it his calling to constantly upgrade what the workshops can mean within the context of what resources he can muster — and to place “acting” as the obvious core of his mission vision.


When Halle Berry won her Oscar for Monster’s Ball, it was the name of her acting coach, Ivana Chubbuck, that she screamed out during her acceptance speech. The likes of James Franco, Charlize Theron, Brad Pitt and Beyoncé are ready to give testimonials on her website. Rahyan put in the time to travel to L.A., learned the Chubbuck technique, went beyond her book The Power of the Actor and emerged as the only Filipino to be accredited as Chubbuck acting coach.

And just this month, Rahyan was able to convince Ivana to visit Manila and hold a two-day workshop at ABS-CBN’s Dolphy Theater. The idea was to give those who would participate a proverbial taste of what the Ivana Chubbuck Studio can offer — the apt metaphor as Ivana herself would stress was that this merely like licking the icing of a cake. For the observers, this was a chance to witness how a premier acting coach operates, putting the likes of participants Piolo Pascual, Xian Lim, Sam Milby, Dimples Romana, Gerald Anderson and Jake Cuenca, as well as those from the world of theater and hosting like Issa Litton, through their paces as they were assigned scenes from such celebrated films as Chasing Amy, The Breakfast Club, Girl Interrupted and Perks of Being A Wallflower, among others.

A no-nonsense, gritty teacher, Ivana spewed “fire” during the two days, challenging the actors to reassess their potential and use “substitution” as a means to unlock their power as actors. By employing the Chubbuck technique, this meant using what you have felt or undergone in your life as a key to giving life to the lines and the portrayal. Raw, heightened emotions are thus harnessed to give one’s acting a newfound dimension. And while that may seem simple in concept, tapping into that real emotion is a process that’s not obvious at all. Ivana would brazenly ask the participants about their personal lives, practically turning her Q&A into a form of psychoanalysis — this in order to identify the right “substitution.” It was revelatory, as some of the participants would be moved to tears, remembering the pain of a father who abandoned them, or a serious relationship that went awry. Just how integral a role the “acting coach” played in all this was very obvious, as some of these are memories and feelings one may have submerged and/or relegated to a dark corner of one’s psyche over time.

Without exception, the actors all saw the “method to the madness,” and their performances on the second day already showed marked improvements — making one wonder as to how it could create new standards if one underwent the full course as offered at Ivana’s studio. I observed some TV directors, cinematographers and acting neophytes in the audience, and they seemed enthralled by the process — how Ivana has systematically turned it into a technique, one that readily shows results.

What remains to be seen is how many of the actors will take the lessons during the two days to heart, and understand that they all have the opportunity to better their craft. As some of them are established stars, it can be so easy to sit back, stay within their comfort zone and believe they no longer have anything to prove. Ivana’s whirlwind two days here should be a potent reminder of how great acting is all about educated risks, about stretching and never being complacent, smug or satisfied.


By Phillip Cu-Unjieng (The Philippine Star) | Updated March 9, 2014 – 12:00am

Source: http://www.philstar.com/entertainment/2014/03/09/1298683/ivana-chubbuck-manila-bringing-class-acting

Piolo Pascual (Yahoo)

Piolo almost bid showbiz goodbye

Piolo Pascual was all set for his curtain call prior to starting work on “Starting Over Again.” He, in fact, considered the film his swan song.

However, the success of the Olivia Lamasan-helmed drama made him change his mind.

“I was seriously considering quitting (showbiz) this year pero, when the movie became a big hit, I said the joke is on me. I guess hindi pa po time para umalis ako sa showbiz,” the hunk shared in an interview with ABS-CBN News.

“Starting Over Again,” which also stars Toni Gonzaga and Iza Calzado, has grossed P375 million in three weeks.

An emotional Piolo expressed gratefulness to fans during the thanksgiving party for the film held on Tuesday, saying, “Thank you for always being there para sabihin sa akin na huwag akong tanga at huwag ko isipin na umalis kasi hindi ko talaga alam. This was hard for me. Inayos ko na ang buhay ko. I was ready to settle down in the States. This could be my last. Maraming salamat sa tiwala kasi hindi ko talaga alam na aabot ako dito.”

Piolo Pascual (Yahoo)
Piolo Pascual (Yahoo)

The 37-year-old revealed that his son is among factors that made him consider quitting showbiz.

“I wanted to devote more time sa anak ko. Para bago man lang maging adult ang bata, I can give him more time physically. That’s one of the factors and parang gusto ko rin naman magpahinga, so iyon… Sometimes kailangan natin pagtuunan ng pansin ang ibang bagay para hindi tayo tumanda na may na-miss out tayo,” Piolo explained in a separate PEP interview.

Piolo said Iñigo didn’t agree with his plan. “(Sabi niya) ‘You can’t quit yet because I still wanna see you on TV.’ Sabi ko, ‘Ano ka ba naman, I wanna do this for you yet ayaw mo.'”

With this, Piolo deemed it “a sign.”

“There are some things na out of our control. I was planning something else, but I guess ABS-CBN had a different plan. God had a different plan kaya sabay na lang tayo sa agos,” he added.

“I thought kaya kong tuldukan, hindi pa pala. Bahala na ang Diyos, bahala na ang ABS-CBN. Happy ako, sobra.”

Manila Bulletin – Thu, Mar 6, 2014 1:26 AM PHT
Yahoo Southeast Asia Newsroom – Piolo Pascual (NPPA Images)

Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga

‘Starting Over Again’ to have a sequel?


MANILA – Following the box-office success of Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga’s first big-screen team-up, the actor revealed that Star Cinema is already planning to come up with a follow-up project for the two stars.

In an interview with ABS-CBN News on the sidelines of the movie’s thanksgiving party, Pascual said he is ecstatic that he will be given another opportunity to work with Gonzaga.

“Pinag-uuspaan na nila. Naghahanap na ng material. Hindi siguro sequel, baka prequel,” the actor said in jest.

Gonzaga, meanwhile, said a second movie with Pascual would be a treat since she waited 13 years before finally sharing the screen with the actor again.

The two first worked together in a memorable TV commercial.

“Siyempre kapag naging ganito ang resulta ng isang pelikula, mae-excite ka kung ano pa kaya ang pwedeng maibigay sa kanila, kung ano pa kaya ang pwedeng ma-offer. Pero siyempre depende pa rin yun sa management, kay Mr. M (Johnny Manahan). Baka may bago na namang leading lady si PJ,” she said.

Gonzaga said working with Pascual is important for her because it shows how far she has gone in show business.

“Ito ang pinakaimportanteng bahagi ng career ko kasi parang full circle. I started just screaming his name tapos naging leading lady. Dreams really do come true. Kapag may pangarap, never give up on your dreams,” she said.

According to Star Cinema, the total earnings of “Starting Over Again” in three weeks is P375 million, breaking the personal records of Pascual and Gonzaga.

Source: http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/03/06/14/starting-over-again-have-sequel
Posted at 03/06/2014 1:39 PM | Updated as of 03/06/2014 3:12 PM

Piolo nearly quit in showbiz

NOW it can be told, Ian F., that Piolo Pascual considered quitting showbiz pala this year kung ’di lang pumatok sa takilya ang still showing movie niya, Starting Over Again, with Toni Gonzaga for Star Cinema.

Piolo didn’t articulate why. Basta raw, binalak niya na mamirmihan na sa Amerika, where his mom and several of his siblings live along with 15-year-old son Iñigo.

Pero gaya raw ng sabi ng talent management arm ng ABS-CBN, Star Magic, headed by Direk Johnny Manahan and Mariole Alberto, may lugar pa si Piolo sa showbiz and he should not lose hope.

Kaya, grateful raw siya, bukod kina Toni at Iza Calzado (his leading ladies), kay Direk Olive Lamasan, with whom he last worked in the movie Milan.

Nagpapasalamat din daw siya lalo na kay Malou Santos, Star Cinema managing director.

* * *

SA victory blowout for the cast, production staff and everyone involved sa Starting Over…, no wonder na present din sina Charo Santos-Concio, president at CEO ng ABS-CBN, at Gabby Lopez, chairman of the board, ABS-CBN.

Nandu’n din sina Carlo Katigbak, head of Access, at Aldrin Cerrado, head of Finance ng ABS-CBN.

As of this writing, the film, which is on its fourth week, has reportedly grossed close to P400M.

* * *

Sayang at patapos na nang dumating sa victory blowout si Cai Cortez, gumanap na isa sa close friends ni Toni sa Starting Over…, bukod kay Beauty Gonzales.

Iyon pala, na-involve si Cai sa isang puwedeng ituring na freak accident, dahil pinili niya raw na magbihis sa kotse nang malapit na siya sa ELJ Building, where the occasion was taking place.

While squeezing through her damit na isusuot, kung bakit aksidente raw niyang nasagi ang isang nakausling kung anumang matulis na bagay.

Bago niya nalaman, dumudugo na ang hintuturo sa kanyang kanang paa.

Kaya, she had to rush herself to the hospital for first-aid treatment.

Sayang, nang finally nga ay makarating si Cai sa party, pack-up na ang lahat.

Pero natanggap pa rin niya ang kanyang bonus from Ma’am Malou herself.

For those of you who don’t know, Cai is the only daughter of Rez Cortez and wife Candy.

Rez takes pride in saying na natural comedienne ang kanyang anak.

* * *

Going back to the party, present din sina Lito Pimentel, Joross Gamboa, Edgar Allan Guzman, Bryan Santos at Ryan Yllana, who all played supporting roles sa pelikula.


Source: http://www.journal.com.ph/index.php/entertainment/showbiz-news/68327-piolo-nearly-quit-in-showbiz

Published : Thursday, March 06, 2014 00:00 Article Views : 457
Written by : Nel Alejandrino


Piolo Pascual

Piolo Pascual thanked the people behind “Starting Over Again” but not his fans?

Piolo Pascual turned emotional during the thanksgiving party of his movie

“Starting Over Again” on Tuesday, admitting he almost gave up on his career.

When it was his turn to take the stage to thank the people behind the success of the Star Cinema movie, Pascual suddenly became teary-eyed, revealing that he thought of quitting showbiz until this project turned out to be a blockbuster hit.

Piolo Pascual
Piolo Pascual

Addressing the ABS-CBN executives in particular, Pascual said: “I was seriously considering quitting this year pero when the movie became a big hit, I said the joke is on me. I guess hindi pa po time para umalis ako sa showbiz.”

“Thank you for always being there para sabihin sa akin na huwag akong tanga at huwag ko isipin na umalis kasi hindi ko talaga alam. This was hard for me. Inayos ko na ang buhay ko. I was ready to settle down in the States. This could be my last. Maraming salamat sa tiwala kasi hindi ko talaga alam na aabot ako dito,” he added.

Three weeks since it was released in theaters, Pascual’s first big screen team-up with Toni Gonzaga already earned P375 million.

Saying this is his biggest movie to date, Pascual said he is still in awe as to how people supported “Starting Over Again.”

“Nung lumabas na ganun ang kita ng pelikula, hindi talaga ako makapaniwala because back during my time, maka P100 million ka lang okay ka na. For the movie to make more than a hundred million in four days, it was really overwhelming for me. I never thought na it would still happen,” he said.

Saying he chooses to just trust God’s plan for him, Pascual said: “Kasi roller coaster ang pinagdaanan ko. Kumbaga binigay ko na lang kasi for me, hindi ko na alam kung saan ako pupulutin after nito. Hindi naman na ako bata. With my team-up wih Tin, quota na ako.”

Source: ABS-CBNnews.com

Starting over again, the way movies were

(UPDATED) ERNEST Hemingway told aspiring writers, and I suppose filmmakers too, “Show it, don’t tell it.” Fitzgerald did it that way, so did Cather, so did others both contemporary with and succeeding Hemingway. In movies, this style of showing instead of narrating suddenly appeared. I can’t think with which film it started or finally took off as the way to make a movie.

“Show it, don’t tell it.” But most stories, even famous ones by say Victorian writers, do tell their stories; and many contemporary writers do it still, some handling very modern themes. Hemingway’s advice seems to have been forgotten perhaps all for the better.

But movies once mostly told the story rather more than showed it happening. Sure plots unfolded but they were greatly moved along with words of explanation. Filipino movies seemed stuck in the narrative mold and then, imitating new thrillers, they went European, which is to say sparing with speech, and showed the story happening instead. It would be the audience’s problem to understand the movie; and the filmmakers’ challenge was help with the comprehension with a variety of devices, like flashbacks.

Well, Starting Over Again is in the old mold of telling a story while showing it unfolding as well. This is a remarkable achievement for being so dangerously retrograde. It is to the credit of both those who wrote the lines and those who spoke them so well that it is pulled off with perfection; without a single false or awkward instant.

I don’t recall the names of the scriptwriters or of the director but Piolo Pascual, Toni Gonzaga and Iza Calzado speak the lines, and tell the story as much as show it: the story of a love found, lost, found and… I won’t give away the ending.

The actor who plays the father of Toni’s character is the only one who never tells what happened or is happening; he endures things with stolid reticence, showing only on his impassive face a man defeated by a single failure; someone who never picked himself up again.

To be exact, first love here was not found; rather was it carefully planted on the part of one character and delightfully cultivated on the part of the other; until it appears in full flower. But when we look at the flower patch again, part of it is bare where once there was a pair of blossoms and now another pair of grows nearby, of which only one has survived from the earlier pair, slightly changed.

How all that happens is partly shown but mostly, in the old fashioned way of old movies. It is told but in a totally new way. The spoken narratives flow naturally, effortlessly from the situation the characters find themselves in, or put themselves in, and from which they try to get out.

There are flashbacks but they are not drawn out; what is drawn out is the narrative in which flashbacks are interjected as iconic and revealing instants.

It is bold to tell the story of a movie but all three actors pull it off superbly.

Piolo shows his love as it flowers; and then ruefully relates its loss but with the softness and clarity he has painfully earned through a suffering he has never overcome. It is buried so deep that he can relate it as if he had completely recovered but forgotten none of it. He does not tell it in an improbably clinical way but with just enough feeling, enough doleful depth in his eyes to show its root in a still throbbing pain.

Effortlessly he conveys a character that all of us has assumed at one time or another, sometimes permanently; the one who graduates from the things he does without effort, in this case teach history, to something else he likes doing but where he runs the risk of failure and succumbs. You see him happy as he goes boldly on the same wrong path when his failure should have warned him to take stock and prepare himself better for a second try. In the end he does take stock, prepares himself better but it is too late. The very lightness that made him so attractive to a childlike woman deeply in love with him makes him if not repellent then dangerous to her love.

As she puts it, always in the wrong context, she was afraid she would stop loving him; that would be too much of a loss for her because she cherished that love.

She loved him for his detachment and yet commitment; conveying a strength she doesn’t see in any other man in her life especially her father; but when he returns her love, she sees the weakness of a man who loves not wisely but too well. She and the life he thinks he can make for both of them is in her view facing certain failure.

Toni shows a childlike, even childish exuberance and optimism that survives intact through all the travails that it is Piolo who mostly suffers. For him the past is a healed wound but it is still sensitive to the touch—scar tissue but tougher than the surrounding skin yet affected by the slightest change in the climate. In the movie’s immortal line, “I know this, I can never unlove you.”

Piolo has a genius for snatching long lines teetering on the edge of cheesiness, with a line of his own that gives what was said to him, and to which he responded, a freshness and an aptness to the situation in which it unfolds.

Toni Gonzaga also tells but it is not her story and that is her problem. She cannot talk of her real feelings. She talk only of what she feels and is afraid to stop feeling; and of what she would like to believe but deeply mistrusts.

The scene of her trashing in bed, alternating between despair, hope and then turning to cunning is a bravura performance of perfect lightness; it never feels too long. I must say she has a most expressive set of toes. This is a part of the body that no preceding movie has ever been utilized to express anything, let alone sexual passion; as when her toes spread out until her big toe distances itself from the others and sticks out with a thumb’s up for what she has just so loudly undergone.

Toni too speaks but she tells the wrong things, which mislead her the most of all of those whose lives intersect on her return. We are not sure if that was accidental or contrived by Piolo and perhaps by her as well.

For Toni, narrative is not a way of moving the story forward but of having her way. And it is in reaction to Toni’s sweetest yet worst outburst of self-indulgence, that Iza Calzado—with an unvarying saccharine blandness—suddenly yet softly rises, with the fewest possible words and no histrionics, to give the most moving declaration of a love that never flared into life with passion, but sparked from the ember of a friendship and grew slowly into a steady undying flame. Speaking in a soft voice that never breaks as she masters, without showing a hint of it, a hurt that must be tearing her apart, she turns when she has said her piece and walks away. Then she cries.

This is the most mature romantic comedy I have ever watched on the screen, and while I am given to hyperbole whenever I enjoy a movie, on this one I have tried to hold back my reactions until finally I must say with cold sobriety, that this is one of the finest romantic comedy films ever made, here or abroad. It is the finest Filipino movie ever made in the old way of telling it without a trace of anachronism.

The last five minutes should be cut out because it is inconsistent with the character that is so carefully developed by Toni—not of a flirt or of someone can easily fall in and out love; but of a someone who chose carefully whom she wanted to love only to fearfully shy away from it, and then return to brave humiliation to undo her mistake. This movie has to be watched because it is not so much seen as experienced.

By Teddy Locsin, Jr.
Posted at 03/04/2014 4:03 PM | Updated as of 03/05/2014 12:17 PM

Source: http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/blogs/opinions/03/04/14/starting-over-again-way-movies-were

Toni and Piolo to beat Vice’s record?

Dahil sa higanteng tagumpay ng Starting Over Again, bilang pasasalamat ay nag-blow-out si Toni Gonzaga sa entertainment press by having a thanksgiving presscon.

Hindi alam ni Toni ang exact figures ng gross ng movie na hanggang ngayon ay humahataw pa rin sa box-office pero ang nakarating sa aming balita, close to P400M na raw ang kinikita ng pelikula.

Say ni Toni, hindi raw talaga nila ito ine-expect at ang wish nga lang nila even before the showing, maka-P100M lang ay okay na sa kanila.

“Actually, ang target lang namin talaga ay kumita ang pelikula. Sabi nga nila, makalampas lang ng P100M, okay na ’yun, kasi nga, iba ’yung timpla ng pelikula. Mabigat na light na lalabas ka ng sinehan na parang pinag-isip ka niya, parang iisipin mo ang nangyari sa buhay mo di ba? Na, ‘o, naka-relate ka ba?’ ‘sino ka sa tatlo?’ ’di ba?” pahayag ni Toni.

Maging sa U.S. pala ay humataw sa takilya ang pelikula at nasulat pa.

“Oo, kasi talagang lumaban daw sa box-office doon. Nagulat sila, na parang this newcomer Filipino movie making waves daw in the U.S. Tapos, 52 cinemas lang, naka-$150,000.00,” masayang wika pa ng dalaga.

Sa ngayon kasi, ang may hawak ng record ng highest box-office sa local movies ay ang pelikula ni Vice Ganda last December na Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy na umabot sa P420M. Kasalukuyan pang showing ang Starting Over Again at hindi malayong malampasan nila ang kinita ng GBBT.

Pero ayon kay Toni ay hindi naman daw niya iniisip ’yun at love daw niya si Vice Ganda.

“Natutuwa nga ako sa kanya kasi nagpa-block screening siya (for SOA), so sabi ko, first time na may gumawa sa akin ng ganu’n. Na-touch ako talaga,” say ni Toni.

She added, “mahal ko naman si Vice, pero kung lalampas, eh, magkaibigan pa rin kami. At anu’t anuman ang mangyari, hindi ’yun makakaapekto sa pagkakaibigan namin. At malaki na ang napatunayan ni Vice. Sa kanya na ‘yung tronong phenomenal talaga.”

May bonus na bang ibinigay ang Star Cinema?

“Oo, ikadadamdam ko kung wala,” natatawa niyang say. “Sasakit ang loob ko (kung walang bonus), sa pinagdaanan ko sa pelikula. Ako na lang ang hihingi. Kung hindi man nila bigay, hihingin ko.”

Sa ngayon ay pag-uusapan pa raw nila ng Star Cinema kung ano ang next movie niya. Kung lalagyan ba ng part 2 ang movie o iba naman.

“May nakalatag na talaga akong next na gagawin. Pero dahil nga dito sa movie, hindi ko pa alam kung ano ang magiging plano. Kasi magmimiting pa.”

When asked kung sino ba ang gusto niyang makatrabaho pa or maging leading man, say ni Toni, gusto raw sana niya ay matuloy na ang naudlot na pagsasama nila ni Vic Sotto.

When asked kung magagawa pa ba niyang ulitin ang love scene na katulad ng ginawa niya with Piolo Pascual sa SOA, say ni Toni ay baka hindi na raw at baka maloka na raw talaga ang parents niya.

Published : Monday, March 03, 2014 00:00 Article Views : 1,210
Written by : Vinia Vivar
Source: http://www.journal.com.ph/index.php/entertainment/showbiz-news/68136-toni-and-piolo-to-beat-vices-record