Treating his supporting role in the epic war drama, ‘Dunkirk’ as a learning experience, not a stepping stone to Hollywood. Five years later, he returns to acting, ready to take the lead as the ambitious husband Jack Chambers in New Line Cinema’s provocative thriller, Don’t Worry Darling.
Musical theater regulars Markki Stroem, Arman Ferrer, and Poppert Bernadas are headliners in this year’s “Triple Threats: Three Tenors” from October to December 2022 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Tanghalang Ignacio Gimenez (CCP Black Box Theater) at 7:30 p.m.
On Shopee, you can paint the town bright with a joyous splash of color to your everyday style with the latest Crocs Spray Dye Collection from the Crocs Official Store on the e-commerce platform.
Tanghalang Pilipino’s “Anak Datu” breathes new life into a short story by National Artist for Visual Arts Abdulmari Imao, adapted for the stage by Rody Vera and directed by Chris Millado.
We asked first-time theater-goers from our young team of writers to go inside the remarkable return of “Mula Sa Buwan”, pioneering the return of live theater and the reasons it deserves to be seen.
With the shift in the weather and the heavy rainfall expected to continue in and around the country in the next few months comes the inevitability of blackouts. With this known fact, preparing one’s household with a power station that can supply energy for all devices, big and small, is a need.
Giving you the most recent updates that you might have missed from the week that was, here’s everything that the pop culture world has seen on films, music, events, and the Internet.
Young Sydney-based indie-alt singer-songwriter grentperez teased his upcoming four-song “Trail Mix Tape”, set for release on September 30th via Fast Friends, headlined by new vibrant single, “Ego”.
After the box office success of his original written soul-stirring flicks “Get Out” and “Us,” Jordan Peele is consistently proving that he’s one of the certified hitmakers in the industry with his third number one debut of his career with “Nope.”
As we walk forward in time, the narrative of one of the darkest moments in Philippine history is being rewritten once again—but this time backed by the central figures that are now seated in power—to what they say is “the family’s version of truth”. To remind us afresh of the people’s version of history, Philstagers Films presents the highly-acclaimed “Katips: The Movie.”