Following the success of her last movie, Greed, Nadine is turning heads again with a new film, Deleter. She may have started in romcoms early in her career, but her performances in thrillers show how much she matured as an actress. Something is frightening about seeing her reactions to horror because it seems genuine. Fans are excited to watch the movie and are already at the edge of their seats after seeing the teaser trailer.
As the voice of many people’s childhood, Lea left a positive mark on her audience. Who can forget her performance as the singing voice behind Disney Princesses Mulan and Jasmine? After all these years, where she dedicated her platform to raising awareness about current issues, TIME Magazine recognized her with TIME100 Impact Awards, given to personalities who have “gone above and beyond” to move their respective industries forward. Lea’s contribution to society makes the recognition well-deserved.
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Things are heating up in Drag Race Philippines, but not for the contestants. DRPH director Fifth was caught body shaming a netizen on Twitter. His excuse? Stress. Unlike Rajo Laurel’s harsh comments to the queens, Fifth’s one-liner doesn’t come from a place of love. Body shaming remains a struggle and issue for many people, and blatantly exhibiting fatphobia and blaming it on stress doesn’t help promote body positivity. Maybe Fifth is contending for a title himself—as a controversial director.
As an actor, Dindo is known for his performances in movies and series, like Ang TV Movie: The Adarna Adventure (1996), Kristo (1996), and Ang Probinsyano (2015). However, being a veteran actor didn’t excuse Dindo from facing arrest for cybercrime. The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) of Biñan City currently has the actor in custody. The judge who issued the warrant of arrest has yet to share the information on who filed the case.