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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Top 10 Prettiest Celebrity Brides

Published: 2011-06-29 07:45:00



(SPOT.ph) Nobody, not even a celebrity, could possibly be immune to the stress that comes with wedding planning. The dizzying options for everything—from choosing wedding gowns to trimming down the guest list—can cause many a sleepless night, stress-related binge-eating, and the look of utter exhaustion to be written all over the bride-to-be's face. Hence, we tip our hats off to the most radiant celeb brides who walked down the aisle looking even more stunning than usual, flaunting gorgeously-groomed hair, a figure-flattering dress that shows off her style, and that unmistakable I’m-getting-married-to-the-man-of-my-dreams glow.



2. Judy Ann Santos
Judy Ann Santos' Batangas wedding to TV host Ryan Agoncillo escaped local media coverage because the couple made an effort to keep the details under wraps. The decision proved to be the right one: the bride looked visibly relaxed and radiant during their early-morning church ceremony and beach reception.
Judy Ann wore a Paul Cabral wedding gown with a layered tulle skirt and petal cut-outs in satin, and chose to wear her hair down with soft curls. Simple yet classy, she kept everything at a minimum with simple stud earrings and fresh, pink-hued makeup.

Wedding date: April 28, 2009
Makeup: Juan Sartre
Bridal Gown: Paul Cabral
Photographer: Patrick Uy, Raymund Isaac

Judy Ann kept everything at a minimum: stud earrings and fresh, pink-hued makeup allowed her bridal glow to shine.


source:http://www.spot.ph/peopleparties/48587/top-10-prettiest-celebrity-brides

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Mama Daisy called me in the midst of my meeting with OctoArts boss Orly Ilacad at Annabel’s restaurant while Boss Orly was beside himself with joy dahil among the MMFF entries ang kanyang “My Househusband” na tampok sina Juday at Ryan ay number one sa ganda ng istorya sa lahat ng mga na-submit na stories kaya napili kaagad ito.


Natawa lang si Orly sa balitang na-Ilacad niya sa komite ang entry ng film outfit niya dahil “malakas” daw siya kay Papa Jesse Ejercito.


“Lakaran lang ba ang usapan diyan? Eh ‘di mas malakas pa pala ako kay Jesse Ejercito kesa pamangkin niyang si ER Ejercito na ‘di naaprub ang entry nitong “Asiong Salonga”?


Syempre galing na ‘yang maling balitang ‘yan sa mga sourgrapes na ‘di nakapasok sa MMFF,” humble na wika ni Boss Orly, who was never known na nambraso kailanman ng gusto niya.


Happy si Boss Orly kasi it has been three years na kaming nag-uusap for a Juday movie sa outfit niya.


“Sa wakas matutuloy na rin yata tayo,” ani Boss Orly.


Iniabot niya sa akin ang kontrata for the movie for me to read and sign if agreed on the terms.


Buti na lang nandoon na rin ang manager ni Ryan na si Noel Ferrer kaya naplantsa na ang lahat ng kundisyones na ina*yunan namang lahat ng mabait na Boss Orly.


So far, sina Juday at Ryan at magdidirek nitong si Joey Reyes ang sigurado na.


Wala pang mga supporting cast except Eugene Domingo. And definitely, walang starlets from Star Magic na makakasali sa movie!


Boss Orly further related na nagustuhan ng komite ang istorya ng “My Househusband” dahil sa makaka-relate ang lahat sa everyday happenings sa buhay ng bawa’t Pinoy, direk Joey saw to it na maiiba ito sa past topgrossers nina Juday at Ryan na “Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo” at “Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo” sa magkasunod na MMFF.


Tinawanan lang ni Boss Orly ang sabi ng mga sourgrapes na part 3 lang ito ng dalawang naunang KKK at SSS na likha rin ni direk Joey. Patutu*nayan daw ni direk Joey na itong iskrip na sinulat niya at ididirek ay magugustuhan ng mga bata at matatanda dahil ayon na rin daw kay Juday, “masaya ito at magaan”, which is the main purpose of the MMFF tuwing Pasko at Bagong Taon, ang magpasaya ng bawa’t isang Pilipino!


So mga Judainians, saan pa kayo?

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Everyday should be Mother's Day!

A sneak peek of Junior Master chef Pinoy Edition (video)

Balik-telebisyon na pero Judy Ann nakukulangan sa responsibilidad bilang asawa at ina

SHOWBIZ NEWS NOW NA! Ni Boy Abunda (Pilipino Star Ngayon) Updated June 20, 2011 12:00 AM Comments (1) View comments


Nalalapit na ang pagbabalik-telebisyon ni Judy Ann Santos. Siya ang host ng Junior Master Chef Pinoy Edition na malapit nang mapanood.

Medyo kabado si Judy Ann dahil ngayon pa lamang niya mararanasang mag-host ng isang television show. Isang malaking challenge ito sa aktres dahil pagsasabayin niya ang trabaho at kanyang buhay-pamilya.

“’Yung pagiging nanay ko, hindi talaga puwedeng hindi lumabas. Sa bawat araw na nagte-tape ako ng Junior Master Chef, hindi mo siyempre maiwasan na ma-miss ang anak mo kasi almost everyday nagte-tape na rin ako. So, kapag nakakakita ako, kahit na eight months pa lang si Lucho, ng mommy and son na talagang sobrang close, may ganun kang emosyon,” pahayag ng aktres.

“Ilang months ako na nasa bahay lang. Mahirap din pala na makabalik sa trabaho ’tapos iiwan mo ’yung mga bata sa bahay. Meron kang guilt factor sa puso mo, sa dibdib mo, na parang ‘Oh my God, ano ba itong pinasok ko?’”

Ayon pa kay Juday ay mahalaga na natututukan niya ang kanyang mga anak lalo pa’t mabilis lumaki ang mga ito.

“Malaki na, gumagapang na, tumatayo na, bungisngis at saka meron na siyang attitude rin na kapag gusto, gusto. Kapag ayaw, ayaw. Ang bilis ano? Parang kailan lang buntis ako, magbi-birthday na ngayon. Happy at sad kasi biglang hinipan ng hangin na ang laki na niya.

“Kapag nagtitinginan kami ni Ryan (Agoncillo), si Yohan, big girl na,” kuwento pa ni Juday.

Minsan ay napapaisip din siya kung naga­gampanan ba niya ang papel bilang asawa kay Ryan at bilang ina sa kanyang mga anak. “Minsan, tinatanong ko pa rin, Lord nanay na ba talaga ako? Nako-cover ko ba ’yung duties ko bilang isang ina? Bilang isang asawa? Na-achieve ko ba? Ako sa sarili ko kulang, nakukulangan ako sa sarili ko sa nabibigay kong atensiyon,” pagtatapat ng young superstar.

Nagpapasalamat naman si Juday sa lahat ng suportang ibinibigay ng mister sa kanya at sa buong pamilya.

“He is very busy lalo na ngayon but he makes it a point to be home. He makes it a point na makabawi sa mga bagets and he’s a good dad, he’s a really good dad and understanding husband.

“I’m sure napakaraming babaeng naiinggit sa akin ngayon dahil nasa isang posisyon akong maayos at palagi kong sinasabi na hindi ako nagkamali sa paghihintay ng tamang tao. Hindi lang ’yung taong paliligayahin ka, susuportahan ka pa sa lahat,” sabi ni Juday.


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Hanep ang napiling line-up ng MMDA para sa 37th MMFF.

Sa entries na pumasok, nanguna ang Star Cinema at M-Zet at APT Films entry na Enteng ng Ina Mo with bosing Vic Sotto at Ai Ai delas Alas bilang mga bida. Last year, big winners sina Ai Ai at bosing Vic, kaya napakalaking ambisyon ang pagsamahin sila this time.

Pero hindi naman patatalo ang GMA Films at Imus Productions dahil ang record-breaking din nilang PANDAY 2 ang entry nila with Senator Bong Revilla na leading ladies sina Marian Rivera at Iza Calzado.

Nakipag-collaborate din si Kris Aquino sa Star Ci-nema at kay Dingdong Dantes sa isa na namang horror flick na Segunda Mano, habang si Robin Padilla ng RP Production, nakipag-tie up sa Star Cinema para sa Mr. Wong kasama si Angelica Panganiban.

Kung may tatlong projects ang Star Cinema, tatlo rin ang sa Regal Entertainment, na nakipag-tie up sa Cinemabuhay ng TV5 para sa drama project na Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (Dennis Trillo in the lead), ang Hototay na bida si Ruffa Gutierrez at ang klasikong 13th edition ng Shake, Rattle and Roll.

Solong-solo ng Octoarts ang produksyon ng My Househusband na siyang magsisilbing balik-tambalan nina Judy Ann Santos at Ryan Agoncillo, na sasamahan pa ni Eugene Domi-ngo.

Well, may posible pang changes sa line-up ng stars ng mga nabanggit na pelikula, pero ang sigurado, patok na naman ang paparating na 37th MMFF.

Kaya tugang na Butch, magtipid na ha, kasi for sure ang dami nating mga inaanak na hihingi ng pambayad sa sinehan ngayong Pasko.

Hahahaha!
Coco Martin admits crush on Maja Salvador, but insists they’re just friends

June 22, 2011 | Wednesday | 8:12 am

Sa pagtatambal nila sa ABS-CBN primetime series na Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, lumalawak ang fans ng Coco Martin-Maja Salvador tandem.

Bukod sa powerhouse cast at mahusay na pagkakaganap ng mga artistang kasama sa show, ang chemistry ng tambalang Coco-Maja ang isa sa inaabangan sa nasabing teleserye.

Sa panayam ng PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) kay Coco sa One Big Show ng Boardwalk last June 18, Saturday, sa Araneta Coliseum, very thankful ang aktor sa mainit na pagtanggap ng publiko sa kanilang tambalan ni Maja.

Hinihiling nga ng iba na sana raw ay mauwi sa totohanan ang tambalan nila, kahit matagal nang bulung-bulungan ang espesyal na relasyon nito kay Matteo Guidicelli

“Sabi ko nga, proseso,” umpisa ni Coco.

“Pangalawang soap na namin ito, pero dito, mas naging close kami ni Maja sa soap na ito.

“Dahil sa napakahusay niyang aktres, napag-iisipan tuloy kami na baka kami na nga.

“Basta sa ngayon, wala pa naman, purong trabaho lang talaga at magkaibigan kami.”

Unang nagkasama sina Coco at Maja sa afternoon soap na Nagsimula Sa Puso.

Hindi naman itinatago ni Coco na crush niya si Maja dahil sa magagandang katangian nito.

“Wala namang hindi magkakagusto dun dahil sa sobrang bait niya.

“Sobrang okay, sobrang professional na tao,” papuri ng aktor sa kapareha.

MAJA-MATTEO RUMOR. May balitang sina Maja at Matteo Guidicelli na raw, pero itinatago lang daw nila ito sa tao.

Tinanong ng PEP si Coco kung aware ba siya rito at isa ba ito sa rason kung bakit hindi niya maligawan ang kapareha kahit crush niya ito.

“May naririnig akong ganun,” sabi niya.

“Pero kung totoo nga, wala namang problema, trabaho lang naman ito.

“Hindi naman kasi si Maja ang magsasabi sa akin nito.

“At kung saka-sakali, let’s say nanliligaw nga si Matteo, magpapasantabi ako kung saka-sakaling liligawan ko si Maja.”

Ayon sa aktor, wala siyang lovelife ngayon dahil alam niyang sa hectic ng schedule niya ay hindi rin niya mabibigyan ng oras ang karelasyon kung saka-sakali.

MOVIE WITH JUDY ANN. Isang pelikula sana ang gagawin ni Coco kasama si Judy Ann Santos para Star Cinema, ang Love Will Lead You Back, pero hindi ito napili na maging entry sa taunang Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF).

Sa halip ay ang pelikula ni Juday with her real-life husband Ryan Agoncillo ang nakasama sa MMFF, ang My HouseHusband.

“Malungkot, pero hindi naman kami nag-e-expect,” sambit ni Coco.

“Basta ako, ang wish ko sana matuloy pa rin na magkatrabaho kami ni Ms. Judy Ann Santos.

“Sobrang excited ako sa movie na yun.

“Hindi pa natatapos dun coz I’m sure pag nagawa namin yun, isa yun sa pelikula na ipagmamalaki ko.”

“Hindi ko alam ang rason kung bakit hindi siya nakapasok, pero sana matuloy. Sana huwag magkaroon ng aberya.”

What makes a great movie?

by Nickie Wang

Six months from now, a swarm of locally-produced movies will be exhibited at multiplexes for the annual Metro Manila Film Festival–Philippines.

On June 17, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority or MMDA, the same government agency tasked to manage solid waste disposal, flood control and sewerage, and transport and traffic in Metro Manila, announced the eight official entries to the 37th edition of MMFF.

Included in this year’s list are movies starring MMFF regulars Vic Sotto and AiAi delas Alas (for Star Cinema, M-Zet Films and APT Entertainment co-production Enteng ng Ina Mo), and Bong Revilla (GMA Films and Imus Productions’ Panday 2). And of course, the annual film festival will not be complete without Regal Films’ Shake Rattle & Roll, which is now on its 13th installment.

Other entries that made the final cut in this year’s festival are: Regal Films and SMDC’s Hototay (featuring John Lapus, Ruffa Gutierrez, Andi Eigenmann, Lovi Poe, and Melai Cantiveros); RP Productions’ Mr. Wong (top-billed by Robin Padilla and Angelica Panganiban); OctoArts Films’ My Househusband (starring Ryan Agoncillo and Judy Ann Santos); MJM Productions’ Segunda Mano (starring Kris Aquino, Dingdong Dantes and Angelica Panganiban); and Studio 5’s Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (with Dennis Trillo, Heart Evangelista, Carla Abellana, and Ritz Azul as the main cast).

Every year, they are almost the same names that we see on the big screen, giving moviegoers a dose of local movies for the entire last week of the year. Expectedly, MMFF regulars are the same people that would go up and down the stage to give acceptance speeches on the festival’s awards night. Similarly, their films are also likely to dominate the box-office.

In its 37 years in existence, has MMFF raised the bar of Philippine filmmaking? Or can we consider the films included in the annual event great movies?

To qualify a production as a great movie is subjective. Different people coming from different social background can have different views on what makes a great film. In the point of view of an average reasonable person, a great movie must be entertaining to begin with. It must have the capacity to affect our emotions and most importantly it must have a good story plot. Visually arousing scenes and special effects work for a certain kind of genre let say for example in fantasy and action but every film must cast good and intelligent actors who will essay roles that the viewers can relate to.

These are just simple parameters on how to consider a great film but let’s admit we can only count those movies that qualify as good ones. Forget about technology in filmmaking, it’s an alien territory to local filmmakers. In fact, we are far behind our neighboring countries, much even behind Hollywood or even Bollywood.

In the eyes of movie producers and executives in production houses, what they produce are of good quality. Well, it’s either they are in denial or underestimating local moviegoers. Worse, they have really dubious taste in movies.


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8 films picked for Metro film festival

Written by bong Entertainment Jun 22, 2011

It’s official – eight entries to the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) this year have been selected.

Chairman Francis Tolentino of the Metro Manila Development Authority, organizer of the annual filmfest, now on its 37th year, listed the eight films as follows:

1. Enteng ng Ina Mo (ABS-CBN Film Productions, M-Zet TV Productions, APT Productions, and Octo Arts),
2. Hototay (Regal Entertainment, SMDC),
3. Mr. Wong (RP Studios),
4. My House Husband (Octo Arts Films),
5. Panday 2 (Imus Productions, GMA Network),
6. Segunda Mano (MJM Productions),
7. Shake, Rattle, and Roll (Regal Entertainment), and
8. Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (Studio 5).

Tolentino said the entries were chosen based on the following criteria: story, creativity, writing excellence, innovativeness, thematic values and global appeal, 40 per cent; commercial viability, 50 percent; Filipino cultural and/or historical value, 10 percent.

The 37th edition of the MMFF, a two-week festival commencing on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, promises a star-studded line-up of actors and actresses topbilling Tagalog films spanning various genres: romantic comedy, horror, action-fantasy, action-adventure, drama, comedy-fantasy.

Starring in competing entries are the likes of Vic Sotto and Ai Ai de las Alas, Ramon ‘Bong’ Revilla Jr., Robin Padilla, Kris Aquino, Dingdong Dantes, Judy Ann Santos, Ryan Agoncillo, Heart Evangelista, Carla Abellana, Eugene Domingo, Dennis Trillo, among others.

The finalists were chosen from among entries submitted in script form to the 14-member MMFF screening committee, composed of experts representing various disciplines in the movie industry. The committee was chaired by Ma. Cristina Velasco, assistant general manager for planning at the MMDA.

Tolentino said that with the new line-up of film entries, the MMFF is targeting gross sales of P600 millions this year. In 2010, the festival made P540 million.

The MMDA chairman said that the MMFF has so far given away P9.325 million to its various beneficiaries, among them the Movie Workers Welfare Fund (Mowelfund) and the Optical Media Board, among others.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Lauren Dyogi describes Judy Ann Santos as the perfect host for 'Junior Master Chef'

6/21/2011 8:39 AM
by: Napoleon Quintos

Lauren Dyogi has another surprise for all fans of ABS-CBN reality shows. After the success of Pinoy Big Brother and The Biggest Loser: Pinoy Edition, Direk Lauren’s team is now cooking up a Philippine version of Junior MasterChef. The show will put children in a contest to see who has the best culinary skill.

In an interview with Push.com.ph during the general assembly of the top sixty young contestants, “Direk Lauren shared that he is very excited about having Judy Ann Santos as host of JMC Pinoy edition. “Nagtagpo ang landas namin ni Ms. Judy Ann dahil matagal na pala niyang gustong gumawa ng cooking show. Nagkataon na naghahanap kami ng host for JMC. Naisip agad namin si Judy Ann dahil nagawa na niya ‘yung teleserye na Ysabella, which was about cooking.”

He added that JMC is a perfect show for Judy Ann because this will combine two things that the young superstar love very much: cooking and kids. “Alam din natin na kumuha siya ng culinary course dahil hilig talaga niya ang pagluluto. Akmang akma ang JMC sa kanya dahil hilig niya ang pagluluto at ngayon ay isa na siya ina. Tuwang-tuwa siya kapag may bata.”

However, since this is her first time to do a hosting job, Judy Ann had confessed in a separate interview that she is very nervous about JMC. But for a seasoned reality show director like Lauren, he said this nervousness may serve a good purpose for Judy Ann. “Maganda ang may kaba kasi ibig sabihin mage-exert ka ng extra effort at diligence para paghusayan ang iyong trabaho,” he explained.

Direk Lauren also said he is confident that Judy Ann will do a good job as host of JMC. “She’s very professional. Kapag may tinanggap siyang project she will make sure na pagaaralan niya nang mabuti at ibibigay niya ‘yung best niya. We’re excited to be working with her on this show.”

Aside from Judy Ann, JMC: Pinoy Edition will also feature three top chefs in the country who will taste and judge whatever the kid contestants will serve on the table. Direk Lauren talked about how he and his team chose Chefs Fern Aracama, Rolando Laudico, and JP Anglo as their judges. “Mahirap din ang prosesong ‘yan. Nagpa-audition din kami ng ilang professional chefs. Si Chef JP nahanap namin sa Iloilo. Si Chef Fern inalok namin pero nung una sabi niya busy na siya pero good thing lumuwag bigla ‘yung schedule niya and he immediately told us na gusto niyang maging part ng show. We’re very happy with our three judges.”

In the end there will only be one winner of JMC who will take home one million pesos plus a scholarship to a top culinary school. Direk Lauren related the popular reasons of these kids for wanting to be part of the show. “Marami talaga ang hilig ang pagluluto. ‘Yung iba gustong hasain ang kanilang talento sa pagluluto at baka in the future ay maging magaling silang chef at makatulong sa pamilya. I’m sure they will exceed our expectation.”

Purefoods Tender Juicy with Ryan, Judai and Yohan

Film fest becomes an extension of network wars

By: Bayani San Diego Jr.
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Déjà vu. Like last year, the country’s top three networks—ABS-CBN, TV 5 and GMA 7—have again fielded entries to this December’s Metro Manila Film Festival, now in its 37th year.

ABS-CBN collaborates with M-Zet and APT for Tony Y. Reyes’ comedy caper “Enteng ng Ina Mo,” which brings together fest crowd-drawers Vic Sotto and Ai-Ai de las Alas.

GMA 7 teams up anew with Imus Productions for Mac Alejandre’s “Ang Panday 2,” sequel to the 2009 action-fantasy top-grosser starring Sen. Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Phillip Salvador and Iza Calzado.

TV 5’s Studio 5 joins forces with Regal Entertainment for Jun Lana’s “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” top-billed by Dennis Trillo, Heart Evangelista and Carla Abellana.

Regal has two other entries: The comedy “Hototay” and the horror franchise “Shake, Rattle & Roll XIII.”

Regal producer Roselle Monteverde promises that “Shake XIII” will be the last of the popular series. “We want to end it with a bang. We got three young filmmakers—Chris Martinez, Richard Somes and Jerrold Tarog—to direct the episodes.”

“Shake XIII” headlines Eugene Domingo, Kathryn Bernardo and Paulo Avelino.

“Hototay” marks Regal’s first co-production venture with SMDC Films—the movie outfit of mall giant SM. Directed by Joel Lamangan, “Hototay” features Ruffa Gutierrez, Andi Eigenmann, Lovi Poe and Melai Cantiveros.

Ric Camaligan, member of the festival executive committee, describes “Hototay” as a “comic ‘Mano Po.’”

New producers join this year’s fest as well.

Robin Padilla’s RCP Productions offers the action flick “Mr. Wong,” while the thriller “Segunda Mano” is produced by MJM in partnership with producers-lead stars Dingdong Dantes and Kris Aquino.

Also marking a return to the fest are the Agoncillos. Real-life married couple Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo reunite with filmmaker Jose Javier Reyes in the comedy “My House Husband,” under OctoArts. The Agoncillos and Reyes are behind the back-to-back fest blockbusters, “Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo” and “Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo.”

Agoncillo said: “It’s my homecoming to OctoArts, the same company that produced my first MMFF entry (“Kutob”) in 2006.”


According to reports, Cinemedia submitted another Judy Ann Santos-starrer, a drama titled “Love Will Lead You Back” which pairs her with Coco Martin.


But rules dictate that a lead actor can have only one fest entry. “I’m happy with the jurors’ choice,” said Santos.


“It’s a good blend of different genres. The final eight have good box-office potential,” said Boots Anson-Roa, executive committee member.

Junior MasterChef photos (credits to Cristy)

Judy Ann praises Pinoy Junior Master Chefs


MANILA, Philippines - Actress Judy Ann Santos enjoys taping for ABS-CBN's upcoming reality show "Junior Master Chef: Pinoy Edition."



Santos said she still can't believe there are young Filipinos who can cook very well.

"Exciting at saka nakakatuwa ang mga batang nakasali. Kasi talagang 'yong talent na pinapakita nila sa pagluluto parang hindi ka makakapaniwala na mayroon palang mga ganyang bata dito sa Pilipinas," Santos said.

The actress added that the show's contestants are living proof that a lot of Pinoy children are not yet glued to the TV and Internet.

"Nakikitaan mo ang mga bata na nakaka-proud kasi hindi pala lahat ng bata glued on television and on Internet. Most of them [ay] mahilig magluto. So ang [gusto sana namin] ay ma-inspire ang mga bata na magluto at hopefully kung may season 2 ng 'Master Chef' there are kids na mag-excel pa," she said.

Santos admitted that she is nervous about this first hosting job, which is new to her.

"Nakaka-pressure din. May pressure ang pagho-host ng 'Junior Master Chef' dahil unang-una, hindi ako host. So, kung may sablay man, I'm trying very hard. I'm trying na may maipakitang iba o bago sa larangan ng pag-aartista," she explained.

Santos said that the number one challenge in the show is how to criticize the kids' work without hurting the junior chefs.

"Kailangan ng mga words na 'di makakasakit ng mga bata dahil sila ay mga kids. Kailangan careful ka sa lahat ng mga salitang bibitawan kasi hindi mo alam ang epekto noon sa mga bata. Kailangan din naman naming sabihin 'yong totoo pero maayos kami sa pagki-criticize ng mga bata," the actress said.
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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

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Judy Ann Santos on Coco Martin: "Nakikita ko yung pagka-intense niya bilang aktor."

Judy Ann Santos on Coco Martin: "Nakikita ko yung pagka-intense niya bilang aktor."

  "Para sa akin naman kung talagang mahusay ang isang tao wala namang imposible. Nakikita ko kay Coco kung paano niya pinagbubuti yung trabaho niya, magaganda yung mga projects niya,"  says Judy Ann Santos about the possibility of working with Coco Martin in a movie.
Judy Ann Santos on Coco Martin: "Nakikita ko yung pagka-intense niya bilang aktor."
Paula Joan Garcia

After months of being away from the spotlight, Judy Ann Santos is hoping to make a comeback on the big screen. Indie prince turned drama prince Coco Martin is reportedly being eyed to be her leading man.

In a previous interview, Coco said he would love to be given this rare opportunity. He was quoted as saying: "Bata pa lang ako pinapanood ko na si Ms Judy Ann...in Esperanza, Krystala.

For her part, Judy Ann also expressed her admiration for Coco, who is currently topbilling ABS-CBN's primetime series Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin. "Nakikita ko yung pagka-intense niya bilang aktor kaya gusto ko rin maranasang makatrabaho siya," Juday told entertainment website, PUSH, recently.

Though Juday clarified that the said project has yet to be finalized, she complimented the young actor for taking his acting career to heart. "Para sa akin naman kung talagang mahusay ang isang tao wala namang imposible. Nakikita ko kay Coco kung paano niya pinagbubuti yung trabaho niya, magaganda yung mga projects niya."

Versatile actress that she is, Juday is also preparing for her first stint as a TV host. She will share her passion for the culinary arts by hosting ABS-CBN's upcoming reality cooking show, Junior MasterChef Pinoy Edition.  


Produced by the same team that adapted Pinoy Big Brother and The Biggest Loser for Philippine television, Junior MasterChef Pinoy Edition is the local adaptation of the British show that features contestants aged 8 to 12.

Juday promises a kitchen culture that Pinoys can claim as their own: "Siyempre may mga ginagawa sa abroad na hindi mo puwedeng gawin dito sa Pilipinas kasi we have a different culture. Itong version natin for sure, makaka-relate ang maraming Pilipino habang nanonood sa mga bata."

Judy Ann has two Film Fest entries

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We stand corrected, umabot lang sa 18 scripts/screenplays ang na-submit na entry sa 2011 Metro Manila Film Festival at sa Friday, ia-announce ang eight official entries sa isang presscon.

Dalawa sa entries ay pagbibidahan ni Judy Ann Santos. Ang isa’y entry ng OctoArts Films at makakasama niya ang asawang si Ryan Agoncillo at Eugene Domingo sa direction ni Joey Reyes.


Ang isa’y pagtatambalan nila ni Coco Martin at ang grupo nina Deo Endrinal na gumawa ng Noy ang nasa likod nito. Family drama ang movie nina Judy at Ryan, hindi namin alam ang genre ng movie nila ni Coco.



source: http://www.journal.com.ph/index.php/entertainment/showbiz-news/7317-judy-ann-has-two-film-fest-entries

Juday at Ryan balik-pelikula sa MMFF!*

ABOUT SHOWBIZ Ni Nitz Miralles (Pilipino Star Ngayon) Updated June 15, 2011 12:00 AM



Kabilang sa script na isinabmit sa Screening Committee ng Metro Manila Film Festival ay ang balik-pelikula ni Judy Ann Santos kapa*reha ang asawang si Ryan Agoncillo at kasama si Eugene Domingo. Hindi namin nakuha ang title ng movie to be produced by OctoArts Films and to be directed by Joey Reyes.

Balik-tambalan nina Ryan at Judy Ann ang movie at reunion with direk Joey na director nila sa hit movies na Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo at Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo na pawang ipinalabas during MMFF. Nakalimutan ng aming source ang title, pero malalaman ‘pag in-announce sa Thursday ang eight official entries sa 2011 MMFF.

Subok na ang kolaborasyon nina Judy Ann, Ryan, at direk Joey at idagdag pa si Eugene, kaya kung mapipili ang script, tiyak na isa ito sa magandang pelikulang mapapanood sa darating na film festival.

Kahit walang ginagawang pelikula at walang TV show si Judy Ann, very visible ito sa rami ng endorsements at sumasabay sa kanya si Ryan.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Judy Ann Santos hopes her movie project with Coco Martin will push through


6/09/2011 8:36 AM

by: Napoleon Quintos

Push This
060911-juday_main.jpgFans of Judy Ann Santos continue to wait for her to become active again on television and in movies. The actress is preparing for her newest TV project, ABS-CBN’s reality show Junior Master Chef where she will serve, for the first time in her career, as host. However, in terms of other projects, Judy Ann said her comeback is still dependent upon discussion with different producers and the material to be offered to her.

As early as now there are talks that the Young Superstar is set to star in a movie opposite Coco Martin. Judy Ann clarified that the said project is still under discussion. Nevertheless, the actress expressed her admiration for Coco as an actor. “Hindi ko man siya kilala personally, wala man kaming direct connection, alam kong pinaghirapan niya kung ano man ‘yung narating niya ngayon. Nakikita ko ‘yung pagka-intense niya bilang aktor kaya gusto ko rin maranasang makatrabaho siya.

Judy Ann was further flattered when told that Coco looks up to her as an actress. In return, she praised the actor for having achieved so much at a young age, one of which is being recently named as Aktor ng Dekada by the Gawad Urian. Judy Ann said, “Para sa akin naman kung talagang mahusay ang isang tao wala namang imposible. Nakikita ko kay Coco kung paano niya pinagbubuti ‘yung trabaho niya, magaganda ‘yung mga projects niya.”

She promised that once the movie with Coco is finalized, she will quickly fill everyone in on the details. For now, all that is in her mind is her first venture into hosting with JMC, produced but the same team that brought us Pinoy Big Brother and The Biggest Loser: Pinoy Edition. How does the Filipino version of JMC differ from the other ones shown abroad? Judy Ann explained, “Siyempre may mga ginagawa sa abroad na hindi mo pwedeng gawin dito sa Pilipinas kasi we have a different culture. Itong version natin for sure makaka-relate ang maraming Pilipino habang nanonood sa mga bata.”

JMC Pinoy Edition is already in the process of trimming down 60 young hopefuls to the official contestants who will make it to the competition proper. The 60 kids from all over the Philippines were recently gathered together in general assembly held at ABS-CBN’s Dolphy Theater last May 23. Judy Ann talked about how she is very much excited about meeting these kids and bonding with them over culinary activities. “Gusto kong makita ‘yung reaction nila kapag nakita na nila ‘yung kitchen. Masarap kasi sa pakiramdam ng isang bata na mahilig magluto tapos makakakita ng isang professional kitchen. Magandang experience ‘yun para sa mga bata. Feeling ko magiging super close ako sa mga bata kasi almost everyday kaming magkakasama sa taping.”

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Is it true what Ryan Agoncillo confessed to a writer of a glossy showbiz magazine that while wife Judy Ann Santos was pregnant with their first-born Lucho, Senator Tito Sotto advised him na para ma-assured na magiging kamukha niya ang kanilang panganay, huwag na siyang makipag-argue with Juday?

Ang resulta, based on Lucho’s photographs na  lumalabas, kamukhang-kamukha nga ni Ryan ang bata.

No wonder, too, na lahat din ng anak ni Tito Sen, mapa-babae at mapa-lalaki (nag-iisa lang si Gian, now a councilor ng Q.C.) ay mga kamukha niya.

Though ultra-busy with his hosting job for his top-rating show Talentadong Pinoy on TV5, Ryan co-hosts with Tito Sen, Joey de Leon at Vic Sotto sa daily and equally popular show Eat Bulaga on GMA-7.

Monday, June 6, 2011

While trying to lose weight following childbirth, Judy Ann Santos faces TVC cameras, which don’t seem to mind whether she’s slim or not. Juday’s current endorsements are mostly for family audiences, justifying her current state of physical abundance.
Heard that Judy Ann’s next account is a hot dog brand, wherein she’ll be joined by her husband Ryan Agoncillo and her daughter, Yohan in a series of endorsements.
Meanwhile, Judy Ann’s endorsement of Del Monte Pineapple has reportedly widened reach of the brand, famous for enhancing the taste of everyday Pinoy dishes like adobo. Juday says Del Monte Pineapple also has recipes for Pork Humba, Pancit, Guisado and a lot more to which you can add Del Monte Pineapple.
Incidentally, Judy Ann comes back to TV by way of a reality show,  “Junior Master Chef,” which she will host very soon on channel 2. GMA, however, has jumped the gun on the cooking contest show for children by launching “Amazing Cooking Kids,” hosted by Carmina Villaroel, much ahead of competition.

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Ryan ka-join na nina Juday at Yohan sa isang endorsement

ABOUT SHOWBIZ Ni Nitz Miralles (Pilipino Star Ngayon) Updated June 04, 2011 12:00

Ryan ka-join na nina Juday at Yohan sa isang endorsement

Magsasama-sama ang mag-anak na sina Ryan Agoncillo, Judy Ann Santos at Yohan sa TVC ng Purefoods Hotdog na ilalabas this June, sabay ng opening ng klase. Game na game ang dalawa na gawin ang concept ng TVC na mala-80’s at ginawa silang sina Madonna at Michael J. mula sa costume, buhok at sumayaw pa sila.

First time na nagsama sa endorsement ang tatlo dahil madalas sina Judy Ann at Yohan lang, ngayon ay tatlo na sila. Hindi namin naitanong kung ano ang role ni Yohan sa TVC.

Isa lang ito sa bagong endorsement ni Ryan dahil siya rin ang dagdag na endorser ng Emperador.