Tonight will be the premiere night of Kurap
, the movie topbilled by Sherwin Ordonez
. This movie is brought to you by the Sikil
tandem of director Roni Bertubin and scriptwriter Ome Avellanosa. If you have seen Sikil
, which was noted for its lyrical presentment of rural gay love, then Kurap
will have to be the opposite. It is a raw and fast-paced psycho-sexual picture of inner city, er, gay love. Plus, the occasional and gratuitous show of skin, of course. Make it a date, tonight! Sherwin and the cast will be there, too.
Mainly because he is having a new movie, entitled Kurap
[Blink], Sherwin Ordonez
is doing the nekkid-guy-in-bed thing, to promote the indie flick about a small-time crook in inner city Manila who falls for a cunning journalist, as their lives spin, spiral towards a tragic ending in a romantically ruthless setting, dark and foreboding, oh, you have to see and feel the movie just so you will know what I’m saying, aside of course, from the visual treat of the boys – nasty, immodest and good-looking all – Dexter Castro
, Jeff Luna
, Rico Lazaro
and this German-Filipino mestizo Christian Burke
, plus Mr. Ordonez, who is such a revelation in his first movie outing [and lead role!] and I’m raving and ranting because I’m doubly excited about Mr. Ordonez taking on a serious role, as this movie will be shown uncut at the UP Film Institute
on Saturday, November 8
with all the cast and crew in attendance, so I will see you there, too. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ll take a vacation now and won’t be back till Monday.
The name of Jeff Luna
‘s character in the new movie Kurap
and I’m wondering why. Although Jeff Luna is playing support to Sherwin Ordonez in the new indie film by director Roni Bertubin, he gets to showcase his, uh, thespic skills and prowess [and, of course, more,
to stress the point]. Kurap’
s blurb goes – In the blink of an eye, moral degradation, sexual awakening, deceit and deception will be exposed. Corruption and greed will lead them to destruction. Will their good intentions justify their tragic ends?
The movie will have its preem next week on November 8
[Saturday] at the UP Film Institute. See you all there with the cast!
Methinks Rayver Cruz
has a lot of potential in showbiz once he stops trying to be consciously cute. He is tall and quite good-looking, so he should block those studied and calculated moves as if he is still in the twinkie cupcakes mode. Now that Starstudio magazine has included him in the list of “most sizzling boys under 23,” Rayver Cruz should take heed and move on to more serious yet cool roles. I’m thinking too much, actually.
I was driving early this morning going back to Makati [from a trail run somewhere south], when I saw this billboard of man-of-the-hour Dingdong Dantes
in Magallanes Interchange, right beside this ad
of a half-naked Piolo
. I couldn’t help but slow down and gaze and gape and godawful me I just put myself in a precarious situation all because of these shirtless guys. I’m noticing lately – most of the sexy billboards in the metro are those of guys, e.g. Dingdong
in Guadalupe, Piolo
in Magallanes, Jon
in Cubao, Aki
in SLEX, and so on. Not that I’m complaining but where have all the girls gone?
Yes, I know I just posted some photos barely a week ago. But then again, these pictures of Gerald Anderson
are hard to pass up. So, pretty please, with sugar on top, can I tease and torment you again with these photos? These were taken in a Boracay resort, with a wet, wet Gerald
confidently showing off his young and developing bod. Happy Friday!
Yeah, I noticed it too. First it was very apparent in the Brent Javier
photo. And now, here comes Marco Alcaraz
in the military-inspired photo shoot. I’m referring to the hardware, the guns strategically placed near their crotches, like phallic symbols. While Brent Javier’s gun points up, Marco’s weapon trains down. I must be thinking too much. Coincidence or the stylists just didn’t notice.
So there, Joseph Bitangcol is already 24 years old but still he looks like a cute teenager and I am pretty glad that he’s trying to shed [“shed” used in a nice, non-smart-alecky way, by the way] that image of a teenybopper, less-serious actor via the acting vehicle, Walang Kawala, directed by award-winning film and tv director Joel Lamangan, who says he did not have a hard time convincing Polo Ravales and the now-daring Joseph B. to roll over, get nekkid and do more than just kissy-kissy, which is the highlight of the DMV Entertainment-produced movie scheduled for its premiere night on November 6 at the UP Film Institute, uncut of course, and whether Joseph B. is uncut, we’ll have to find out, too, on that playdate!
You may have noticed the sofa
from the publicity shots of Kambyo
. But this time, it’s Polo Ravales
promoting the movie Walang Kawala.
I received another bunch of publicity photos from one of the WK people, and the pictures of erstwhile teen idol Joseph Bitangcol are quite revealing. By now, you may have seen them from other sites. In the meantime, here’s Polo Ravales again for WK, which will have its uncut preem on November 6 at the UP Film Institute.
Although the careers of Jericho Rosales
] and Dennis Trillo
were stalled somewhere along the way, the two actors are slowly picking up the pieces and re-tracing their respective paths back to success. I’m pretty sure they’ll be on top sooner or later, as the two actors – belonging to rival stations, have great acting sensibilities and talents [they can also sing!]. Jericho Rosales
now has a primetime series on ABS-CBN, while Dennis Trillo
will soon wear a Spiderman-like suit for his new fantasy series on GMA 7.