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  • The age-old problem of bullying remains to be a cause for concern among school authorities and parents of bullied children.
  • For generations now, McJim Classic Leather has been the leading and trusted brand for classic leather goods and accessories of superior quality and design.

Nearly two decades into the new millennium, the age-old problem of bullying remains to be a cause for concern among school authorities and parents of bullied children, mainly because most cases take place in the campus.

For some reason, however, such incidents have been largely kept unreported until a fairly recent bullying incident broke out and went viral on social media, creating quite a ruckus among netizens.

Bullying, in fact, is an issue that is hiding in plain sight. According to the United Nations’ 2018 report, one in three children worldwide experience some form of bullying, a disturbing fact we must confront if we resolve to find a long-term solution to the problem.

This is the central theme of McJim Classic Leather’s newest viral short film titled “The Bully,” which zeroes in on the pathetic plight of bullying victims.

Directed by award-winning filmmaker Chris Cahilig, it tells the story of Ramon Christian Galvez (played by Jordan “Jay” Castillo, Jr.), an anti-bullying advocate who returns to his alma mater to give a talk on bullying. This rouses memories of the character’s own disquieting past—visions that continue to haunt him to this day.

“With ‘The Bully,’ McJim comes up with yet another compelling and socially relevant short film that tackles issues we need to talk about as a humane and progressive society,” says Cahilig, who is also behind McJim’s previous award-winning shorts “Pitaka,” “Sinturon,” “Bag,” and “No Strings Attached.”

“Once again, McJim proves to be more than just a lifestyle brand as it strives to stay relevant in this day and age. It does so rather convincingly as it takes on another critical advocacy: anti-bullying,” Cahilig says of McJim and its newest short film, which, the director promises, will get viewers hooked until the end—all for a good cause.

“‘The Bully’ is a heart-rending but essential watch for people of all ages. Bullying is real. If we persist in glossing over the issue, we will do a disservice to scores of bullying victims and to the values that we hold dear,” Cahilig asserts.

He likewise counsels the youth. “If you are a victim of, or a witness to, bullying, don’t keep quiet. Talk about it and ask for help.”

“The Bully” comes at a time when issues concerning child abuse are coming to the fore. The short film also has worthy precedents. “Pitaka” was hailed as the Best Branded Digital Ad at the 40th Catholic Mass Media Awards, and the Best Illustrated Poem at the 2018 Wales International Film Festival. “No Strings Attached,” meanwhile, bagged the Best Social Shorts award at the Liverpool International Film Festival 2018 in the United Kingdom.

Prior to “The Bully,” McJim earned praises for its first LGBT-themed short filmed “Bag” for its honest portrayal of a gay-straight friendship—a bold and unconventional move for a masculine brand like McJim.

“The Bully” and other McJim short films can be viewed on McJim’s official Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/OfficialMcJIM/.

“The Bully” was crafted by a team led by Yuji Gonzales (screenplay), Patrick Ferrer (cinematography), Paulo Luneta (editor), Kenneth Amparo (online vfx and color), Jordan Castillo, Jr. (assistant director), Kat Salinas (sound design), Richard Gonzales (scoring), Johanna Evangelista (production manager), and Christian Paul Mendoza (production coordinator). It also stars Adrian Cabido, RJ Perkins, Gold Azeron, Allen Ansay, Sheryl Pasia, and Johanna Evangelista.

For generations now, McJim Classic Leather has been the leading and trusted brand for classic leather goods and accessories of superior quality and design.

For more information, visit and like the official McJim Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/OfficialMcJIM/.

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  • PayMaya customers are in for a surprise as they have a chance to get 1%, 10%, or 100% cashback for their Big Bad Wolf Book Sale purchases each time they pay using PayMaya QR from today until March 4!
  • Part of the proceeds of the sales during Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Manila 2019 will go to Gawad Kalinga, also a partner beneficiary of PayMaya for its #PayMayaItForward program.

Book-lovers can look forward to a more convenient and rewarding experience at the much awaited Big Bad Wolf Book Sale as PayMaya powers the cashless experience as the official digital payments partner for the annual mega-sale event.

Happening from February 22 to March 4, 2019, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is now on its second year of offering 24-hour book shopping on heavily discounted books and other items at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.

Jacqueline Ng, Founder of Big Bad Wolf (2nd from right); Kenneth Palacios, Director and Head of Wallets Business at PayMaya (rightmost); Luis Oquiñena, Executive Director of Gawad Kalinga; and Nick Wilwayco, Head of PR and Communications at Voyager Innovations.

Those who will be purchasing piles and piles of books can leave their wallets at home and simply use their PayMaya app to pay via PayMaya QR, eliminating the need to fumble through their wallets for cash or coins whenever they pay for their desired books at the Big Bad Wolf book sale.

But aside from convenience, PayMaya customers are in for a surprise as they have a chance to get 1%, 10%, or 100% cashback for their Big Bad Wolf Book Sale purchases each time they pay using PayMaya QR from today until March 4!

That means they can purchase their favorite romance novels, mystery thriller series, business titles, or children’s books, among others, and earn as much as 100% of their purchases back, or up to P1,000 per transaction and a maximum P2,000 cashback during the promo period.

“We’re really honored to support Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Manila this year and enable a cashless and seamless payment experience for all book shoppers dropping by this exciting event. Aside from the big discounts on books, shoppers can get massive cashback on their purchases as well whenever they pay using PayMaya QR, making this an all-around great deal for all!” said Kenneth Palacios, Director and Head of Wallets Business at PayMaya Philippines.

Part of the proceeds of the sales during Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Manila 2019 will go to Gawad Kalinga, also a partner beneficiary of PayMaya for its #PayMayaItForward program.

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  • Located in the heart of Bonifacio Global City, WeWork Uptown Bonifacio’s design-savvy space sets to transform collaborative workspace with best of technology and hospitality.
  • Robust growth in the Philippines will see expanding reach to Makati City with RCBC Plaza slated for Q2 2019  .

  • Joining forces with landlords in Southeast Asia through participating leases will pave the way for them in sharing the upsides that WeWork generates.

  • A game changer in transforming the future of work, WeWork Uptown Bonifacio will  serve as a launch pad for homegrown companies looking to grow their presence through WeWork’s global community.

Edukasyon.ph Chief of Strategy Judge Calimbahin, Klook Philippines Market Lead Michelle Cruz, WeWork Director of Engineering (Technology) Beverly Dolor, Taguig City Deputy Chief of Staff Atty. Maricar Loinaz-Sarmiento, WeWork Managing Director of Southeast Asia Turochas “T” Fuad, Megaworld Senior Vice President Jericho P. Go, and Megaworld Vice President JP Balboa celebrate another WeWork milestone as it officially launches its first Uptown Bonifacio location in Manila, Philippines.

Bonifacio Global City, Philippines: WeWork—a platform for creators that provides the space, community, and services to help people make a life, not just a living—has officially opened its first Philippine location in Uptown Bonifacio Tower Three central to the Bonifacio Global City (BGC) enclave, and promises to make Filipinos love Mondays again. Fortified by strong demand from enterprises, startups to small and MSMEs (micro, small, and medium entrepreneurs) in joining the WeWork community, WeWork will also be expanding its presence to RCBC Plaza in Makati City by Q2 2019.

On the heels of WeWork’s new locations including Ho Chi Minh and Kuala Lumpur that opened in late 2018, WeWork’s first community in the country is a milestone set to pave the way for revolutionizing the way Filipinos view work. Accommodating over 800 members across the 9th and 10th floor of the Uptown Bonifacio Tower Three Building, this will strengthen WeWork’s Southeast Asia total reach to more than 13,000 members in its regional community.

Testament to its local commitment in further accelerating the future of work in the dynamic Filipino market, WeWork Uptown Bonifacio also boasts thoughtfully curated elements such as a games and karaoke room and an indoor garden area amongst its signature features, where freelancers, startups, MSMEs, and enterprises on the lookout for enhancing their work environment and elevating their businesses to the next stage, will be further empowered by its global network.

“With Philippines a rising economy in Southeast Asia, there is no better time to be here than now. WeWork is not just about the space, but also the value that we create by providing an inclusive member-driven experience that fosters an environment of creativity and collaboration across a vibrant global community of individuals. As our footprint continues to grow in Manila,  we are committed to helping Philippine-based enterprises, freelancers, startups, and MSMEs by harnessing the power of WeWork’s global network and community. We look forward to fostering greater cross-border collaborations and ideation that will spur business growth in the region,” said Turochas “T” Fuad, Managing Director, WeWork Southeast Asia.

WeWork’s “global company, “local playbook” approach

Grounded by its core mission of creating opportunities for community and collaboration through optimizing space with good design, WeWork has since expanded its footprint worldwide with 425 physical locations in 100 cities in 27 countries. Driven by its expansions in 2018, its Southeast Asia stronghold has seen its footprint grow to 17 locations in total through new locations in Singapore, and new markets such as Indonesia (Jakarta), Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) and Thailand (Bangkok).

The company’s growth has always been driven by the mantra, “global company, local playbook”, which marries its proven expertise around the world with a local approach to space design and member experience. Dedicated to its local commitment in Philippines through close collaborations with key partners and experts in creating a unique WeWork Philippines experience, this is most visible in WeWork’s effort to incorporate Filipino elements in its BGC site, through the use of art.

With the WeWork Uptown Bonifacio space based on the ideals of fresh air and mobility, two aspects that are brought to life through the spaces’ ample natural light and various open-air meeting places. Highlights unique to location consists of a Karaoke and Games room; along with an Indoor Garden on the 10th floor that provides ample space for contemplation and relaxation. Overlooking other towers in BGC, the Indoor Garden is also inspired by the Philippine Islands, where artificial turf mounds with planters and swings cover the length of the corridor, while also showcasing the vivid mural by Bitto as well.

One of the focal points in WeWork’s space in Uptown Bonifacio is the mural in the main common area on the 9th Floor. A collaboration by WeWork’s arts & graphics team and a Filipino artist, Bitto, the mural puts the spotlight on the Filipino tradition of “bayanihan” or mutual assistance; which embodies the spirit of civic unity and cooperation among Filipinos, and is also a value championed by WeWork through its deep belief in collaboration. Amongst artwork with local inspiration, there is also a neon sign on the 10th floor inspired by Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao that celebrates the locals’ love for boxing and another sign that’s inspired by Halo Halo, a popular Filipino iced dessert.

Maintaining a rhythm unique to the space that exudes a Philippine tropical vibe, natural light for warmth, as well as planters for a healthy dose of greenery are also complemented to bring the space to life. With the space integrating a mostly neutral palette, deliberate use of color pops such as through the mint-colored ceiling feature and mural are complemented for the space to stand out.

Fuad comments, “Apart from creating habitats for creativity and focus, our goal is to shape truly dynamic environments that aim to create better experiences where our our members are inspired to go to work everyday. By transforming spaces into beautiful multipurpose and responsive environments that function like an office, but feel like a home for our members, we are very much rooted in our values that demonstrates how every design element and corner in WeWork was considered with the member in mind.”

Unrivalled matched access to a global network empowered by an inclusive community

WeWork bridges the gap between physical spaces and digital platforms by utilizing software and data to ensure our spaces are designed and built efficiently and that our communities are connected, productive and, ultimately, happy.

Our rapid growth has also driven by our technology – the majority of which has been built in-house – which spans R&D, construction, real estate and design, as well as community experiences. Through our WeWork Members Network App, we are connecting members using our in-house, mobile technology – allowing them to extract maximum value from the WeWork ecosystem where our members can connect seamlessly with the community and to manage their workspace experience.

With the WeWork app a tool that enables members to tap into the entire community of creators & entrepreneurs, members can easily book meeting rooms, invite other members to events, and get access to like-minded individuals or companies from WeWork’s global membership; making it convenient for any member to promote his or her service to an international market or engage in cross-border collaborations.

With this an unparallelled edge in the industry, WeWork has also taken this a step further by taking these insights and our expertise from sourcing, designing, building and operating high-performance workspaces and developed an offering that applies our data-driven approach to enterprises’ owned or leased spaces that provides for enterprise members: Powered by We. Today, Powered by We—our full-service strategy, real estate, and technology offering—has become one of our fastest-growing business lines, as enterprises like UBS, Sprint, and Standard Chartered Hong Kong turn to WeWork to deliver optimal workplace experiences for their employees around the world.

WeWork welcomes members ranging from global enterprises to organizations with a presence in Manila such as education technology enterprise Edukasyon.ph, activities booking platform Klook, and cashback reward startup Shopback.

“We were looking for an efficient and productive working space that would enable us to continuously optimize, innovate and up our game, so WeWork became a natural fit for us. Our team thrives in this collaborative environment, and we are confident that WeWork’s global network and resources will enable us to progress even faster towards our goals,” said Judge Calimbahin, Chief of Strategy, Edukasyon.

“At the core of Klook, we embrace the power of community as a firm foundation of our exponential business growth. With Klook also a member in Seoul and Japan, partnering with WeWork gives us the flexibility and peace of mind to be dynamic with our growth, without worrying about real estate needs and costs,” said Michelle Cruz, Market Lead, Klook Philippines.

Seamlessly and effectively bringing all these aspects together to create a remarkable member experience is at the heart of WeWork, and Fuad says that they’re just at the start of their Philippines journey. “The Philippines is a now a major growth center in the region and we are amazed by how much creative and entrepreneurial potential there is here. We are keen on helping propel individuals and companies towards growth through our workspaces,” Fuad remarks.

Evolving space into experience and deepening partnerships with landlords

With WeWork leading the world in thinking about the interaction of space, people and technology together, its new Manila location is testament to building the heart and soul of the local community. Along with expanding our physical footprint around the world, there has also been increasing demand from landlords through participating leases that enable them to share in the growth and upside on a global level.

Achieving great success with participating leases with landlords such as Daman Land (Malaysia), Sinar Mas Land (Indonesia), Fung Group (Shanghai) amongst others, WeWork is creating value by helping to revitalize buildings and neighborhoods, attract new tenants and create greater value.

Research by the leading real estate consultancy HR&A showed that WeWork can help generate as much as 29 percent in rent premiums for building owners, where in select buildings that sold after WeWork moved in, there was a 50-120 percent increase in sale price. Leveraging on its brand value, global footprint and member base, WeWork looks forward to partnering with landlords in navigating market complexities with our expertise in Philippines and beyond.

“As WeWork strengthens its presence in Southeast Asia, whether it’s work, living, education, wellness, or retail – we can reimagine, reshape, and re-humanize the architecture of our space, our buildings, and our cities to support and encourage human connection and creativity,” Fuad concludes.

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  • OPPO and Ericsson announced the signing of a multi-year global patent license agreement between the two companies.
  • The agreement covers patent licensing and collaboration on a number of business projects. 

Head of OPPO Intellectual Property Department Adler Feng said that the agreement will lay a solid foundation for further cooperation between the two companies in the 5G era. “OPPO has always placed intellectual property rights as our top priority. We look forward to working with Ericsson to drive cutting-edge innovation in products and services.”

Ericsson is one of the leading providers of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the world. Chief Intellectual Property Officer at Ericsson, Gustav Brismark says “This important deal confirms the value of our patent portfolio, and the stability of our entire licensing program. Ericsson has signed more than 100 patent license agreements to date, and we are delighted to sign a mutually beneficial agreement with OPPO, a global leader in the smart device field.”

Following a patent-first strategy, OPPO has dramatically increased its patent portfolio since 2014. As of January 2019, the company has filed more than 33,000 patent applications worldwide and owns more than 8,000 granted patents. The deal with Ericsson is the latest in a series of patent license agreements by OPPO with key telecommunication industry partners including Qualcomm, Dolby and Nokia. OPPO will continue to work closely with leading industry partners to bring the best products and experiences to consumers globally.

About OPPO

OPPO is a leading global smart device brand. Since launching its first smartphone – “the Smiley Face” – in 2008, OPPO has been in relentless pursuit of the synergy of aesthetic satisfaction and innovative technology. Today, OPPO provides customers with a wide range of smart devices spearheaded by the Find and R series, ColorOS operating system, as well as internet services such as OPPO Cloud and OPPO+. OPPO operates in more than 30 countries and regions, with 6 research institutes and 4 R&D centers worldwide and an international design center in London, OPPO’s more than 40,000 employees are dedicated to creating a better life for customers around the world.

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“FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” sustained its double-digit lead last Wednesday (Feb 20) as it scored 42.3%, or 25.8 points higher than the 16.5% national TV rating of “Kara Mia.”

With a 31.4% rating last Tuesday (Feb 21), “The General’s Daughter” continues to beat rival show “Onanay” that only recorded 17.8%.

“Halik” captured more viewers last Tuesday (Feb 21) with a 24.0% national TV rating, as compared to “Toda One I Love’s” 12.1%.

February 20, 2019 – Wednesday

Kape’t Pandasal (0.7%) / Matanglawin (Replay) (1.1%) vs. Alisto! (Replay) (1.1%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (4.6%) vs. Unang Hirit (3.2%)
Magandang Buhay (5.3%) vs. Detective Conan (3.8%) / Yo-kai Watch (3.9%) / Fire of Eternal Love (3.6%) / Chinese in the Trap (4.4%)
Kapamilya Blockbusters ‘Take Down’ (10.0%) / PlayHouse (12.4%) vs. Charming Girl (4.9%) / Kapuso Movie Festival ‘Dumb & Dumber’ (6.8%)
It’s Showtime (16.5%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (10.9%) / Asawa Ko, Karibal Ko (10.6%)
Kadenang Ginto (17.1%) vs. Inagaw na Bituin (10.2%)
Precious Hearts Romances Presents Los Bastardos (13.6%) vs. My Special Tatay (11.1%)
Pinoy Big Brother Otso Gold (11.5%) / Minute to Win It Last Man Standing (18.7%) vs. Wowowin (12.8%)
TV Patrol (30.4%) vs. 24 Oras (20.5%) vs. Aksyon (1.8%) / 2017-2018 PBA Philippine Cup (Replay) (1.3%)
FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (42.3%) vs. Kara Mia (16.5%)
The General’s Daughter (30.2%) vs. Onanay (17.3%)
Halik (20.9%) vs. TODA One I Love (11.6%) vs. Sports Center Philippines (0.5%) / Aplikante sa Senado (0.1%)
Pinoy Big Brother Otso (11.5%) vs. My Golden Life (6.2%) vs. Aksyon Tonite (0.3%) / Scorpion (0.3%)
Tonight With Boy Abunda (5.8%) / Bandila (2.8%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (2.9%) / Tunay Na Buhay (1.6%) vs. 2018-2019 NCAA College Basketball (Replay) (0.0%)
Red Alert (1.2%) / O Shopping (0.5%) vs. The 700 Club Asia (0.6%) vs. Shop TV (0.0%)

Top 20 programs and comparative TV ratings nationwide (Urban + Rural):

February 21, 2019 – Thursday

Kape’t Pandasal (1.2%) / My Puhunan (Replay) (1.4%) vs. Tunay Na Buhay (Replay) (0.9%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (5.1%) vs. Unang Hirit (2.8%)
Magandang Buhay (5.1%) vs. Detective Conan (4.3%) / Yo-Kai Watch (4.3%) / Fire of Eternal Love (4.2%) / Cheese in the Trap (4.9%)
Kapamilya Blockbusters ‘Speed’ (11.1%) / PlayHouse (13.6%) vs. Charming Girl (5.2%) / Kapuso Movie Festival ‘The Bourne Supremacy’ (6.8%)
It’s Showtime (17.1%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (10.3%) / Asawa Ko Karibal Ko (12.0%)
Kadenang Ginto (18.8%) vs. Inagaw na Bituin (10.8%)
Precious Hearts Romances Presents Los Bastardos (14.0%) vs. My Special Tatay (10.5%)
Pinoy Big Brother Otso Gold (12.2%) / Minute To Win It (20.0%) vs. Wowowin (12.2%)
TV Patrol (29.9%) vs. 24 Oras (18.9%) vs. Aksyon (1.2%) / PSL Philippine Superliga Grand Prix 2019 (Live) (0.9%)
FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (39.5%) vs. Kara Mia (17.0%)
The General’s Daughter (31.4%) vs. Onanay (17.8%) vs. Sports Center Philippines (0.4%)
Halik (24.0%) vs. TODA One I Love (12.1%) vs. Pamilyang Guinaling (0.4%) / Aplikante sa Senado (0.4%)
Pinoy Big Brother Otso (13.0%) / vs. My Golden Life (7.6%) vs. Aksyon Tonite (0.5%)
Tonight With Boy Abunda (6.4%) / Bandila (3.5%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (3.6%) vs. Scorpion (0.6%)
Sports U Ikaw Ang Panalo! (1.6%) vs. Reporter’s Notebook ‘Mailap na Lunas’ (1.9%) vs. World Cup China 2019 Qualifiers (Live) (1.3%)
O Shopping Live (0.8%) vs. The 700 Club Asia (0.7%)

Top 20 programs and comparative TV ratings nationwide (Urban + Rural):

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  • GMA Network dominated the ABS-CBN Network in the NUTAM People Ratings of February 20, having two primetime wins over one
  • The TV series ‘Onanay,’ ‘TODA One I Love,’ and ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ got higher scores in the NUTAM ratings
  • Kapuso series topped the recent ratings game conducted by the NUTAM ratings survey

On February 20, the most-recent AGB Nielsen NUTAM People Ratings survey resulted in two primetime series wins for the GMA Network. These were ‘Onanay’ and ‘TODA One I Love’ while ABS-CBN Network only got one series win in the ratings game, which is the unbeatable ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.’

The NUTAM People Ratings survey showed the domination of GMA Network against its rival network. On an overnight calculation, ‘Onanay’ garnered a total percentage of 13.4 versus the Kapamilya Network’s ‘The Generals Daughter’ that only got a total percentage of 12.1; making it’s rival gain a higher score of 1.3 percent.

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On the February 20 episode, ‘Onanay’ aired the scene of Maila going back to her senses and Soleng knowing the crime of Helena, after she caught her talking with the syndicate. While ‘The Generals Daughter’ screened Marcial convincing Corazon not to push through with her business partnership with Tiago.

The new Kapuso series ‘TODA One I Love,’ in its 13th episode, also dominated it’s rival show by gaining a total score of 9.9 percent. It aired the scene of Gelay seeing the man who had the same tattoo as her father’s killer. And also showed the continuous admiration of Emong to Gelay, even though both of their families are not in good terms. While ‘Halik’ only gained 9.3 percent, when it showed Lino trying to offer some comfort to Jacky after learning about her rocky relationship with Yohan.

Mas tumaas pa ang ratings natin kagabi, mga Ka-TODA! Maraming salamat sa patuloy na pagsama sa pag-arangkada ng #TODAOneILove gabi-gabi!

Mamaya ulit sa #TODAEmongInLove! Mas kaabang-abang ang mga magaganap! pic.twitter.com/LJaC5o1M8Z

— GMA Public Affairs (@GMA_PA) February 21, 2019

ABS-CBN, however, topped the primetime series bloc with ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,’ having gained a total percentage of 16.3 people audience share, as they aired the Vendetta members assigning Cardo Dalisay as their new leader; while ‘KaraMia,’ in its first week, only got a percentage of 11.1 – making at least a 5.2 percent difference.

The latter series showed Iswal saving Aya after their neighbors found out that she gave birth to a child with two faces.

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  • Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards are rumored to be paired up in an upcoming film
  • Kathryn Bernardo is rumored to be pairing up with Alden Richards in a film
  • Love teams are experimenting and they are being paired with other partners.

Speculations of an unexpected tandem is currently circulating online. It is rumored that Box Office Queen Kathryn Bernardo will be paired up with Pambansang Bae Alden Richards in an upcoming movie.

Many were surprised with this kind of pairing because first, they are working under different networks. Second, both of them are popularly identified with their respective onscreen partners  – with Maine Mendoza for Alden and Daniel Padilla for Kathryn. Third, there has been no clue at all that a project like this may happen soon.

READ: KathNiel’s ‘The Hows of Us’ wrapped up the year with P915 Million

Online reports said that the movie will be under Star Cinema and possibly co-produced with APT Entertainment. And Cathy Garcia-Molina will be directing the said movie, having this film part of her last few movies to make before she retires.

Netizens, after learning about this matter, were very excited of the new pairing and rare team up. Both KathNiel fans and AlDub fans were sharing their positive and negative thoughts about this rumored tandem.

Nakaka excite din yung KathDen. Hmm

— Avril (@FanNiJoshua) February 21, 2019

Wooow! Nabasa ko yung chika about KathDen movie! Sheeeeet, why not? Pareho silang magaling na actor.

Na-off lang ako dun sa article "ArDub" daw, poootaaah you can't replace "Al" in AlDub in wherever dimension of this gigantic universe ka pa man galing bcos it can never mean ADN

— engrzenypordalabᴬᴰᴺ (@rjnm16_flower) February 21, 2019

Wow totoo kaya yung rumors na magkakaroon ng Alden and Kathryn film?? Parang exciting! #KathDen

— advinxula (@inthegerzone) February 21, 2019

Pwedengpwede…magaling sila pareho….sana talaga ay matuloy ito…KathDen movie…fan din ako ng KathNiel …trabaho lang naman kaya GO3!…..

— Frankie Rempillo (@FrankieRempillo) February 21, 2019

Kung matuloy ang #KathDen movie support natin si Alden#ADNStayingForADN

— Shelley (@EsheQuinn) February 21, 2019

Kahit sabihin kong hindi ko susuportahan ang KathDen Movie if ever totoo yan at the end of the day susuportahan ko naman.. Hindi ko kayang pabayaan si Kathryn khit nkakapagod na ginagawa saknya ng mangment.

— ProudToBeHAMOG (@yhenzky17) February 22, 2019

Please please please.#KathDen

— pauline Garcia (@pauline87836570) February 21, 2019

As loveteams, the two are paired repective partners Teen King Daniel Padilla and phenomenal star Maine Mendoza. While KathNiel are real-life partners, the AlDub love team was put to rest after Maine became romantically linked with Kapamilya actor Arjo Atayde; and it has been confirmed that they are exclusively dating.

The ‘KATHDEN’ team up will be a refreshing pair to watch out for, as more speculations unravel.

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  • Thea Tolentino and Mikoy Morales broke up in August 2017
  • Over a year after their break up, they are back together

Last February 14 on the Instagram post of Thea Tolentino, she shared a photo together with Mikoy Morales.

Despite not being together last Valentine’s Day, Mikoy managed to make his girlfriend feel special.

Last February 20, during the taping the GMA afternoon prime, ‘Asawa Ko, Karibal Ko,’ PEP.ph had a chance to talk to Thea. They asked her if she’s dating someone now, she said: “Not available.”

This was followed by the question if she and Mikoy are together now.

“Hindi ko po alam. Tingnan n’yo na lang po, follow n’yo po ako sa Instagram, @theatolentino,” she gladly shared.

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Eh nasa Cebu ka…

A post shared by Thea Tolentino (@theatolentino) on Feb 14, 2019 at 6:21am PST

In the photo, it was seen that they are both smiling and Thea is seated on Mikoy’s lap. On the next photo, she’s holding a bouquet of flowers, with a short caption: “Eh nasa Cebu ka…”

In August 2017, it was recalled that they broke up after a four-year relationship. They are back together after a year. Despite of Mikoy being in Cebu last Valentine’s Day, he managed to send flowers to Thea.

They asked her how things happened.

“Bigla na lang ulit, last year.”

Did they go through the dating process again? Or re-courting perhaps?

“Walang ganun. Parang bigla lang po talaga.”

Do they have any realizations after being together again?

“’Ay, huwag nating lokohin ang sarili natin!’ Charot! Hindi… mag-best friends din po kasi kami. Ang hirap din naman na hindi mag-care for each other,” said Thea.

Their closeness and friendship stayed the same despite not being together. She also agreed that love is sweeter the second time around.

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  • “I can’t say that we weren’t scared. I can’t say that it wasn’t a risk,” Ogie Alcasid said, revealing his and Regine’s transfer to another network.
  • Ogie stated that Regine’s transfer of network was managed well and went smoothly
  • “In the end, we’re all working towards one goal and that is to entertain our Filipino audiences.”

Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez said goodbye to her home network of the past 20 years. It was the news that everyone, who’s interested in showbiz, was talking about last year. She officially joined the ABS-CBN Network and signed her exclusive two-year contract with them last October 17. And just recently, Push posted a conversation with her husband, Ogie Alcasid, regarding this matter.

According to Ogie, the transition of his wife transferring to the Kapamilya Network went smoothly for the two of them.

“I think she managed it really well. I think it went very smooth. I think ABS-CBN has been very welcoming of her and the other artists were very warm towards her so it made her feel at home so I think okay na okay. Dun sa mga dati nang Kapamilya fans they also welcomed her kasi siyempre sila yung mga manunuod so it was really good.”

He revealed that their transfer to the new network was not an easy decision and was indeed a journey, having both of them taking a leap of faith with God’s guidance.

“Our transfer – I’d say it was a journey. I can’t say that we weren’t scared. I can’t say that it wasn’t a risk. It was a leap of faith for both of us but we just stuck to what we believed in and then of course with God on our side.”

Ogie also said that both he and Regine just wanted to continue the entertainment that they have been giving to their fans.

“In the end, we’re all working towards one goal and that is to entertain our Filipino audiences. It just so happens that we’re trying to grab everybody’s attention but we’re all comrades, we’re all colleagues in an industry which is very small. In the end, respeto lang talaga. Me and Regine have a song out now, the theme song of The General’s Daughter. I wrote it and she sang it so that’s our last collaboration. It’s great. It’s doing very well with a lot of good feedback. I think it’s a hit already.”

He also shared that despite the tight schedules, they still find time to enjoy the simple dates they have at home, both he and Regine have been previously busy due to their respective Valentine concerts.

Regine Velasquez, sinabing h'wag sisihin si Ogie sa kanyang paglipat - YouTube

“We just have a barbeque in the house (laughs). You know a good date for us is just a movie. Because we don’t get to do it a lot. So it’s a luxury for us when we get to spend it, just the two of us. Because we have a seven-year-old and si Nate gusto niya sumama eh hindi naman siya puwede sa medyo pang-matanda na movie or anything romantic kasi he’ll just fall asleep. So it has to be a movie na medyo pambata. But when we get the chance to watch a good movie with popcorn, holding hands, sipping softdrinks, that’s a great date for us.”

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  • Multi-awarded recording artist Jed Madela has finally introduced his newest and much-awaited album “Superhero” under Star Music, now available on digital platforms—iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music, and Spotify.
  • Download Jed’s “Superhero” album on digital stores and watch out for his nationwide mall tours to promote his latest songs. For more details, like Star Music on facebook.com/starmusicph, and follow it on Twitter and Instagram @ StarMusicPH.

The “Tawag ng Tanghalan” judge’s latest offering has multiple tracks, including “Superman,” “Superhero,” “I Got Your Back,” “You Were Mine,” and “Di Matitinag.”

Also part of his “Superhero” album is the single “Be With You Again,” his exciting collaboration with BoybandPH.

“It’s about two people who had a relationship that didn’t work. One of them is hoping to get another chance at love,” Jed shared. “Be With You Again” is now part of the MYX Daily Top 10 (as of Feb. 18).

The highly anticipated album launch, held last Saturday at Eastwood Open Park with Six Part Invention, also featured guest performers JMKO and Lara. It was led by musical director Rey Cantong and hosted by MYX VJ Ai dela Cruz.

Aside from the recording project, the World Championship of the Performing Arts (WCOPA) hall of famer is also set to have his 15th anniversary concert tour all over the Philippines and also in the US and Canada this year.

Download Jed’s “Superhero” album on digital stores and watch out for his nationwide mall tours to promote his latest songs. For more details, like Star Music on facebook.com/starmusicph, and follow it on Twitter and Instagram @StarMusicPH.

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