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AJ Raval, Aljur Abrenica officially confirm relationship | Philstar.com
aj raval – Tempo – The Nation's Fastest Growing Newspaper

MAY mga hindi pa rin kasi nakakapag-move on sa pagbati niya sa dyowang si Aljur Abrenica noong nakaraang Father’s Day. Hirit ng kibitzers, parang out of sync daw ang pagbati ng aktres sa aktor to think na sa pagkakaalam ng publiko ay kay Kylie Padilla merong dalawang anak si Aljur. Sey pa ng mga nagmamaldita, ang pagbati raw ba niyang iyon ay hindi lang pag-amin na nagli-live in na sila ng actor kundi kumpirmasyon din na tatay na ang actor ng kanyang ‘anak.’ Matatandaang noon pa man ay natsitsika nang may anak si AJ kay Aljur subalit itinanggi naman ito ng kampo ng aktres. Maging ang tatay niyang si Jeric Raval ay pinabulaanan ito sa isang panayam. Sa isang portal, ito naman ang reaksyon ng mga nagmamahadera sa ginawang pagbati ni AJ kay Aljur  noong nasabing okasyon ng mga tatay. “Kumpirmasyon ba ito na may anak na nga sila ni Aljur?” “Noon pa, natsismis iyan. Baka naman baby number 2 na.” “So, nanganak siyang muli?” “Dyusko. Kung sinuman ang may K na bumati, iyon ay si Kylie kasi doon siya may dalawang anak.” “Oo nga. Hindi binati ni Kylie si Aljur. Akala ko ba, okay na sila?” “Bakit naman babatiin ni Kylie si Aljur, eh, hiwalay na sila. Parang awkward lang, lalo na’t baka naman hindi nagsusustento…” “Bilib din ako kay ghurl. Laki ng sakripisyo niya sa career mula nang ma-in love kay Aljur.” “Bakit ba hindi maamin-amin na meron na silang anak para tapos na ang isyu.” “Pamangkin daw niya iyong rumored na anak niya noon.” “Huwag na kasi nilang itago kasi meron na rin namang lovelife si Kylie.”

Eddie Romero @ 100: CCP hosts special screenings of restored films – adobo  Magazine


AN artist’s legacy is an invaluable contribution to society and collective history – their art stands the test of time. For the late National Artist for Film Eddie Romero, his work lives on to be celebrated anew by generations and generations of audiences, more so now on his 100th birth anniversary. The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), in partnership with the Society of Filipino Archivists for Film (SOFIA) and in cooperation with ABS-CBN Sagip Pelikula, Cinema One, and the FPJ Archives, honors NA Eddie Romero’s unparalleled artistry through the CCP Cine Icons: Eddie Romero @ 100, a series of screenings of his digitally-restored films.  Want to know why Romero was one of the most revered filmmakers in the industry, regarded by both local and foreign directors and why he was conferred the National Artist in 2003? These cinematic gems will tell you why.   1.Aguila This 1980 period drama film encompasses the history of the Philippines, told through the life story of Daniel Aguila. Touted as the “biggest event in local history” and “the biggest Filipino film ever made,”  2. Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon This 1976 period drama film narrates the adventures and misadventures of a naive peasant boy, named Kulas, who wanders through the Philippine Revolution of 1896-1898 and the Philippine-American War of 1899-1901.  3. Kamakalawa  Premiered in 1981, the classic fantasy film explores the folklore of the prehistoric Philippines in an adventure of mortals in the world filled with gods and mythological creatures. 4. Hari Sa Hari, Lahi Sa Lahi This 1987 Filipino-Chinese epic historical drama film is set in the 14th century, where a brewing friendship between the Chinese Emperor Yong Le and the King of Sulu, Paduka Pahala is forged upon the latter’s visit to China. 5. Banta Ng Kahapon Set at the backdrop of the 1969 congressional elections, this 1977 action film unravels the story of men as pawns in a milieu of political power – men best described as beholden only to amorality and the highest bidding politicos who pay their services. 6. Lost Battalion  A 1960 black-and-white film set in the Philippines during World War II, the film is about a girl who is rescued from bandits by a guerrilla fighter. 7.

The Raiders Of Leyte Gulf The 1963 war film recounts the story of a U.S. intelligence officer during World War II who was captured and tortured by Japanese soldiers occupying the small island of Sundao. 8. The Walls Of Hell  This gritty, atmospheric 1964 war film dramatizes a chapter of World War II history in which 10,000 Japanese soldiers, fearing execution if they surrendered, disobeyed their own superiors’ orders and barricaded themselves in Intramuros along with a thousand or so unfortunate civilians. 9. Black Mama, White Mama In this 1973 crime drama film, a black prostitute and a white revolutionary must form an uneasy alliance when they are busted out of prison, then pursued by guerrillas, bounty hunters and the Army. 10. Savage Sisters  Set in 1974, the exploitation film tells the story of three women of three races who join the fundraising part of an island revolution. To get the latest updates on future film screenings from CCP Cine Icons, follow the official CCP and CCP Film, Broadcast, and New Media Division social media accounts on Facebook, X, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube.

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