Matteo Guidicelli, makakasama na nang matagal si Sarah Geronimo!

EXCITED NA HUMARAP sa press at sa bossing ng ABS-CBN si Matteo Guidicelli noong Biyernes para sa kanyang contract signing sa Star Cinema. Two-picture contract ang pinirmahan ni Matteo at isa sa mga proyektong kanyang gagawin ay isang teleserye, kung saan makakasama niya ang Pop Star Princess na si Sarah Geronimo.

Tanggi nang tanggi si Matteo na niligawan niya si Sarah noon pero sobrang excited naman siyang magkakatrabaho na sila. “I am so excited to work with her and Sam for this project. And I can’t wait na mag-start na kami,” pahayag ni Matteo. Malapit-lapit na rin daw matapos ang Agua Bendita at as soon na matapos ito, ay sisimulan na raw agad ni Matteo ang teleserye with Sarah.

Bukod sa Agua Bendita, lalabas na rin sa dalawang movies under Star Cinema si Matteo. Nagbi-VJ na rin siya ngayon sa Studio23 at may mga naririnig na rin kaming bali-balita na baka gumawa na rin ng isang album si Matteo under Star Records. Marami ang nakapansin sa magaling na pagkanta ni Matteo sa ASAP dalawang linggo na ang nakararaan, kung saan nakasama niya sina Sam Milby at Piolo Pascual. Hindi na rin kami siguro magtataka kung bigla na ring kuning VJ ng Myx itong si Matteo.

Congratulations Matteo at sana ay hindi ka magbago sa iyong paglipad!

KUNG SI MATTEO ay pumirma na ng kontrata sa Star Cinema, nag-story conference naman si Lorna Tolentino para sa kanyang bagong movie kung saan makakasama niya si Bea Alonzo. Reunion project daw nila ito ni Bea. 2003 noong ginawa nila ang Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay kaya marami na raw ang nagbago sa kanila in terms of acting. Si Direk Laurice Guillen ang magdidirek ng movie na ito na may kaparehong tema rin sa Tanging Yaman na lumabas noong 90’s.

Kasama pa sa said movie sina Enchong Dee, Miles Ocampo, Boyet de Leon at mukhang pati si Gretchen Barretto ay makakasama na rin! Hinihintay na lang daw na magkaayos sa kontrata at sa pag-uusap.

Magsisimula na sa Mayo ang kanilang taping at sa July nila tinitingnan na ipalabas ang pelikula sa mga sinehan.

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  1. In 1961, when Liberal Party standard-bearer Diosdado Macapagal was in the midst of a victorious presidential campaign, today’s presidential aspirant Manny Villar Jr. was 11 years old and living with his large extended family in a rented three-story corner house along Tondo’s main tree-lined boulevard, Moriones Street.

    Villar’s father, Manuel Sr., was a US-educated Philippine government budget officer and his mother was an enterprising fish dealer, one of a privileged few with a choice stall in Divisoria market, one of Manila’s busiest.

    By that year, Evelyn Villar, Manny’s aunt and Manuel Sr.’s sister, had already been a leading lady in movies produced by the major studio LVN. Evelyn hung out with Rosa Rosal, Delia Razon and other LVN stars at the time, and would occasionally sleep over in the Moriones house.

    It was also a time when, candidate Manny Villar would like voters to believe, his family was almost desperately poor, judging from the songs, rhetoric and political ads that have formed the main narrative of his political campaign.

    “Ako, noong first 11 years of my life, talagang squatter kami noong araw. Lahat, dinaanan ko yan,” the senator said two weeks ago.

    In 1962, as Villar was turning 13, his younger brother Danny, then three, died of leukemia, after his family had already transferred from Moriones to the upscale San Rafael Village in North Balut, Tondo (San Rafael village spans the border between Tondo and Navotas).

    But in a political ad that has stopped airing, Villar claimed that his family was so poor then that they couldn’t buy the medicines that could have saved his brother’s life.

    His critics and political opponents have since challenged the veracity of his claims to childhood destitution, leading Villar and his allies to back track a bit and halt some of the more questionable ads proclaiming his pauper roots, including the now famous music ad about swimming in a sea of garbage and spending Christmas on the streets, as if Villar and his siblings were urchins caroling to motorists.

    The argument about the Villar family’s true economic status has become one of the bitterest bones of contention in this overheated political season, and has led to spirited exchanges in the media and on the web about what constituted real poverty in the early 1960s.

    GMANews.TV has spent the past month trying to get to the bottom of Villar’s childhood poverty claims, interviewing neighbors, family members, and retired and active fish vendors who used to source their fish from Manny’s mother, Curing. She was acknowledged by both family members and her fellow-fish dealers as the entrepreneur in the family, and whom the candidate credits for teaching him the rudiments of business.

  2. ANG SABI NI “PENGUIN 60” kung sino ka man) AY:

    kung hindi man nakapagpasa ng bill si Noynoy, hindi naman siya nagnakaw paris ng mga nagpapasa ng bill na yan.may record ba si Noynoy an nagnakaw paris ng mga iniidolo nyo na maging Presidente?

    ANG SAGOT KO NAMAN AY:

    GANYAN, DI INAMIN MO RING WALANG NAGAWA SI NOYNOY ABNOY SA SENADO.

    ANONG HINDI NAGNAKAW? HINDI BA PAGNANAKAW ANG TAWAG DOON SA TANGGAP NG TANGGAP NG SWELDO AT PORK BARREL NA MILYON MILYON NA WALA NAMANG KAPALIT NA TRABAHO? SAMANTALANG MILYON-MILYONG PILIPINO ANG WALANG MALAMON. E ITONG NOYNOY ABNOY NA ‘TO MAY HACIENDA NA AY SYA PANG KUMUKUHA SA KANING ISUSUBO NA LANG NG MGA MAHIHIRAP.

    MAGNANAKAW DIN ANG TAWAG DOON. MASAHOL PA.

    26 YEARS OLD PALANG YANG NOYNOY ABNOY MO NAGKASALA NA NG GRAFT. DAHIL PAG-UPONG PAG-UPO NG NANAY NYANG SI CORY NAGTAYO AGAD YAN NG SECURITY AGENCY (SBA) NA KOMONTRATA SA IBAT-IBANG AGENSYA NG GOBYERNO. DOON MISMO ANG ADDRESS SA ARLEGUI. SA BAHAY NG PANGULO. ANG KAPAL. UMABUSO NA AGAD. LAHAN NAMAN NG ANGKAN NAG KANYA-KANYA NG KABIG.

    DAPAT KINASUHAN YON PATI ANG NANAY NYA NG GRAFT PERO SYEMPRE KASABWAT SI NANAY
    NA SI “SAINT CORY OF DEMOCRACY” O DI BA? PWE, NAKAKAHILO ANG BAHO.

  3. BASAHIN NYO ITO:

    Manila Standard, April 16, 2010

    ‘Tomcat’ recalls Noynoy
    By Jojo Robles

    Readers of this column know that I rarely surrender my space to others in the form of extensive passages quoted verbatim. But today I willingly cede my allotted quota of words, editing only for style considerations, to someone who calls himself “Tomcat,” who recently wrote the following open letter (via Facebook) to leading presidential candidate Noynoy Aquino:

    Dear Noynoy:

    We were classmates at the Ateneo and I have no doubt that you would remember me even if we were not close. Hint: I was one of those who ribbed you about the low grade that Father Kreutz gave you in math because you could never seem to get your fractions right. Remember going ballistic over that ribbing? [Reverend Wiliam “Bill” Kreutz, SJ, is a long-time Ateneo teacher from New York who founded the Jesuit Volunteers of the Philippines—JR. All subsequent bracketed phrases are mine.]

    Anyway, reading the psychological report that was posted on the Internet a few days ago certainly made me remember you. I heard you say on the news that the report was fake but you did admit that there were some things in it that were true. “Part truths” I think were your exact words. It fascinated me enough to want to read the report carefully to check out which were those things that were true.

    Obvious things first, those facts that any of our classmates can confirm if asked. One of these is, as the report says, you have a labile disorder. This is whole truth. Even Father Gorospe would be distracted by your drooling during our oral exams. [The late Reverend Vitaliano Gorospe, SJ, was connected for a long time with the Ateneo Theology Department.] Father Ferriols, who made a point of showing he didn’t like you, would make side comments about it that led your classmates to give you the nickname “Cooper,” a reference to Cupertino school where we would teach Catechism to retarded children. I, however, never called you Cooper. [Reverend Roque Ferriols, SJ, taught Filipino Philosophy at Ateneo.]

    The report says that you have a “major depressive disorder.” Well, I honestly don’t know if that is true. What I do know is that in school you were very temperamental and had sudden mood swings. Isang minuto, nakikikain ka kay Brudda Francis, maya’t maya nagagalit ka na. Many of our classmates can attest to witnessing scenes like this.

    The report said that you used to go with your mom to see Dr. Manuel Escudero. That is a whole truth. I remember seeing you at Tito Maning’s high-rise apartment on Roxas Boulevard when we were still kids. Tito Maning was a consultant with the WHO here in Manila but he was also a psychiatrist who treated only the high society people in Manila. Even Imelda Marcos was his patient. Unfortunately, so was my mom who suffered from insecurities due to my dad’s numerous infidelities.

    Tito Maning’s wife, Tita Jo, was a very good artist who had a couple of exhibits of her work before they left Manila for good a few years after martial law was declared. They lived in Topeka, Kansas. After they left, I kept a correspondence for a while with their very cute daughter Nina who I am sure you remember. I had such a crush on her. Maybe you did too. She used to talk to us “little folk” in the sala of their apartment while the “big folk” would lock themselves in the room and discuss “big folk” matters. She wanted to go to ballet school or some dance school which she did, I think, and I eventually lost track of her.

    About your smoking marijuana, I also can’t say if that is wholly true. What I do know is that you would try to tag along with a group of students that would hang out with Ma’am Gloria Arroyo. [Yes, President Arroyo herself.] Mga students niya sa Economics. She was always surrounded by bright and handsome students kaya hindi ka pinapansin. Pati si Ma’am Placer, she never gave you the time of day kasi people said you were “medyo weird” and your grades were mababa per her standards.

    Pero, you still tried to hang out with those guys. Trying hard to belong ba. I know those guys would drink na kasama pa si Miss Rosales na pag lasing na, kumakanta ng Spanish songs in Spanish. They would drink dozens of bottles of beer at Shakey’s Katipunan because Mrs. Ramos (our Spanish teacher in case you don’t remember) owned the restaurant. This group was also known to also smoke joints in the college auditorium, up in the closed space where the spotlights were. So, if you were hanging out with them then, you were probably also smoking marijuana too.

    The report said you had a flight attendant girlfriend. This is another whole truth. I will not mention her name here to protect her but she was a PAL stewardess. I found out about this because I was on a flight with Father Samson [probably Ateneo de Davao president Reverend Antonio S. Samson] once and she was the one who seated us. When she found out we were from Ateneo, she introduced herself and said she was the girl friend of an Atenean and mentioned your name. Father Samson then asked jokingly if you were a good boyfriend to her. She shrugged and said you were “okay” but she was bothered because you were “too conservative.” You didn’t even like to kiss her daw because you were saving her for the wedding night. And you insisted that she dress very conservatively. Jealous boyfriend ka daw. No wonder that relationship ended. Maybe that’s why you got so depressed over it.

    About the report. I know that [Ateneo-based Jesuit psychologist Reverend] Tito Caluag is one of your best friends. His group of “friends” are some of the richest and most influential people in the country today. I know that you used to frequently visit his home. He hosts get-togethers where things that are too esoteric for me are the subjects of discussion. At one time, this group of yours even discussed the ousting of [Ateneo president] Father [Bienvenido] Nebres because Tito Caluag had his own ideas on how Ateneo should be run. Maybe your closeness to him is why he was the one you went to when you were depressed and why he was the one who handled your case and signed your psychological report. To keep things quiet.

    But I confess I actually don’t know. I do know that Tito Caluag was at one time your sister Kris’ father confessor. He may not be a very trustworthy father confessor, though, because many have heard him say aloud that “walang ginawa si Kris Aquino dito sa Ateneo kundi habulin si Alvin Patrimonio at mag-emote sa quadrangle”.

    Anyway, yun muna. Good luck on your presidential run. If you become president of the Philippines, that would be really something, huh? From “Cooper” to “Mr. President” when brighter and more scheming Ateneans like Mar Roxas and Dick Gordon have not been able to make it is an achievement that Ripley should feature.

    Your old friend,

    Tomcat

    • ano raw? walang ginawa si kris sa ateneo kundi habulin si alvin patrimonio? paano naman hahabulin ni kris si alvin patrimonio sa ateneo, eh taga Mapua yun? ano yan? another paninira na naman? ang galing naman magcompose, may mga names pa, hehehe

      • totoo yung kay alvin patrinonio.. ibig lang niya sabihin nung nag aaral pa si tetay sa ateneo hinahabol na niya si patrimonio..

        si kris naman talaga ang naghahabol sa lalake…

      • ITONG SI KIKAY ANG HINANG UMINTINDI BUTI PA SI “NO ONE” MAGALING.

        NAGHAHABOL SI KRIS SA MGA LALAKI HINDI LANG SA KAMPUS NG ATENEO KUNDI SA IBA’T-IBANG LUGAR.

        HAAAY, NAG HIRAP UMINTINDI.

  4. Manila Standard, April 16, 2010

    ‘Tomcat’ recalls Noynoy
    By Jojo Robles

    Readers of this column know that I rarely surrender my space to others in the form of extensive passages quoted verbatim. But today I willingly cede my allotted quota of words, editing only for style considerations, to someone who calls himself “Tomcat,” who recently wrote the following open letter (via Facebook) to leading presidential candidate Noynoy Aquino:

    Dear Noynoy:

    We were classmates at the Ateneo and I have no doubt that you would remember me even if we were not close. Hint: I was one of those who ribbed you about the low grade that Father Kreutz gave you in math because you could never seem to get your fractions right. Remember going ballistic over that ribbing? [Reverend Wiliam “Bill” Kreutz, SJ, is a long-time Ateneo teacher from New York who founded the Jesuit Volunteers of the Philippines—JR. All subsequent bracketed phrases are mine.]

    Anyway, reading the psychological report that was posted on the Internet a few days ago certainly made me remember you. I heard you say on the news that the report was fake but you did admit that there were some things in it that were true. “Part truths” I think were your exact words. It fascinated me enough to want to read the report carefully to check out which were those things that were true.

    Obvious things first, those facts that any of our classmates can confirm if asked. One of these is, as the report says, you have a labile disorder. This is whole truth. Even Father Gorospe would be distracted by your drooling during our oral exams. [The late Reverend Vitaliano Gorospe, SJ, was connected for a long time with the Ateneo Theology Department.] Father Ferriols, who made a point of showing he didn’t like you, would make side comments about it that led your classmates to give you the nickname “Cooper,” a reference to Cupertino school where we would teach Catechism to retarded children. I, however, never called you Cooper. [Reverend Roque Ferriols, SJ, taught Filipino Philosophy at Ateneo.]

    The report says that you have a “major depressive disorder.” Well, I honestly don’t know if that is true. What I do know is that in school you were very temperamental and had sudden mood swings. Isang minuto, nakikikain ka kay Brudda Francis, maya’t maya nagagalit ka na. Many of our classmates can attest to witnessing scenes like this.

    The report said that you used to go with your mom to see Dr. Manuel Escudero. That is a whole truth. I remember seeing you at Tito Maning’s high-rise apartment on Roxas Boulevard when we were still kids. Tito Maning was a consultant with the WHO here in Manila but he was also a psychiatrist who treated only the high society people in Manila. Even Imelda Marcos was his patient. Unfortunately, so was my mom who suffered from insecurities due to my dad’s numerous infidelities.

    Tito Maning’s wife, Tita Jo, was a very good artist who had a couple of exhibits of her work before they left Manila for good a few years after martial law was declared. They lived in Topeka, Kansas. After they left, I kept a correspondence for a while with their very cute daughter Nina who I am sure you remember. I had such a crush on her. Maybe you did too. She used to talk to us “little folk” in the sala of their apartment while the “big folk” would lock themselves in the room and discuss “big folk” matters. She wanted to go to ballet school or some dance school which she did, I think, and I eventually lost track of her.

    About your smoking marijuana, I also can’t say if that is wholly true. What I do know is that you would try to tag along with a group of students that would hang out with Ma’am Gloria Arroyo. [Yes, President Arroyo herself.] Mga students niya sa Economics. She was always surrounded by bright and handsome students kaya hindi ka pinapansin. Pati si Ma’am Placer, she never gave you the time of day kasi people said you were “medyo weird” and your grades were mababa per her standards.

    Pero, you still tried to hang out with those guys. Trying hard to belong ba. I know those guys would drink na kasama pa si Miss Rosales na pag lasing na, kumakanta ng Spanish songs in Spanish. They would drink dozens of bottles of beer at Shakey’s Katipunan because Mrs. Ramos (our Spanish teacher in case you don’t remember) owned the restaurant. This group was also known to also smoke joints in the college auditorium, up in the closed space where the spotlights were. So, if you were hanging out with them then, you were probably also smoking marijuana too.

    The report said you had a flight attendant girlfriend. This is another whole truth. I will not mention her name here to protect her but she was a PAL stewardess. I found out about this because I was on a flight with Father Samson [probably Ateneo de Davao president Reverend Antonio S. Samson] once and she was the one who seated us. When she found out we were from Ateneo, she introduced herself and said she was the girl friend of an Atenean and mentioned your name. Father Samson then asked jokingly if you were a good boyfriend to her. She shrugged and said you were “okay” but she was bothered because you were “too conservative.” You didn’t even like to kiss her daw because you were saving her for the wedding night. And you insisted that she dress very conservatively. Jealous boyfriend ka daw. No wonder that relationship ended. Maybe that’s why you got so depressed over it.

    About the report. I know that [Ateneo-based Jesuit psychologist Reverend] Tito Caluag is one of your best friends. His group of “friends” are some of the richest and most influential people in the country today. I know that you used to frequently visit his home. He hosts get-togethers where things that are too esoteric for me are the subjects of discussion. At one time, this group of yours even discussed the ousting of [Ateneo president] Father [Bienvenido] Nebres because Tito Caluag had his own ideas on how Ateneo should be run. Maybe your closeness to him is why he was the one you went to when you were depressed and why he was the one who handled your case and signed your psychological report. To keep things quiet.

    But I confess I actually don’t know. I do know that Tito Caluag was at one time your sister Kris’ father confessor. He may not be a very trustworthy father confessor, though, because many have heard him say aloud that “walang ginawa si Kris Aquino dito sa Ateneo kundi habulin si Alvin Patrimonio at mag-emote sa quadrangle”.

    Anyway, yun muna. Good luck on your presidential run. If you become president of the Philippines, that would be really something, huh? From “Cooper” to “Mr. President” when brighter and more scheming Ateneans like Mar Roxas and Dick Gordon have not been able to make it is an achievement that Ripley should feature.

    Your old friend,

    Tomcat

  5. DINA kailangan ng ABS iworkshop sina Mateo at Andi mataas naman ang ratings ng Agua dahil sa nasimulan ng batang Agua!

    pretty lang ang talent nila yun lang wala na!

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