With the permission of Amazing Health Int’l. Here are some photos of Hanna and Lance endorsing Oil-Live Food Supplement Capsules.
Photos by: Miss Chanel Velhagen
Styling: Hanna Araneta Delos Reyes (soon to be a Raymundo)
from sip & sip 🙂
Oh, i so love these pics! real-life couple (sweethearts) Lance Raymundo and Hanna delos Reyes models Olive-C supplement. Perfect!
Lance, with his perfectly-sculpted physical body and nice healthy lifestyle deserves to model this brand. He is now growing his hair long and triming his body to prepare for an upcoming indie film which will surprise everyone!
Hanna, on the other side, is getting prettier and prettier. Her very slim and gorgeous body is an envy to every girl like her in town!
Last February 24, Friday was another memorable day for us- ang Regal Films audition search for new Regal Babies!
Ito na yata ang pinakamasayang audition search na napuntahan ng blogger na ito, after so many years! Pagpasok na pagpasok pa lamang namin sa sosyal na opisina ng Regal Films sa may Tycoon Tower sa Ortigas Center, damang-dama na namin ang excitement, ang saya, at ang umiigting na mga pagasa sa mga mukha ng auditioners!
Very positive ang ambience sa loob ng Regal office. Everywhere you look at, puro naggagandahang mga dilag at nagkikisigang mga binata ang makikita mo! Pawang mga walang itulak-kabigin! Kay sasarap pagkukurutin sa mukha!
Naku naman, magpapatalbog ba ang mga talents naming sina Janna Tiangco and her so cute and lovable brother na si Mhac Tiangco? Dehins, no! Kasabay namin silang pumasok sa loob ng Regal office. At pagpasok namin, lahat ng mga auditioners ay napatingin sa kanilang dalawa. Center of attraction sila bigla! very sexy kasi si Janna that afternoon sa suot-suot niyang mini-skirt at si Mhac naman, ruggedly handsome sa suot niyang brown windbreaker jacket.
All-smiles lang ang daddy ni Janna na si Mr. July Tiangco. And of course, ang mabait na pinsan nina Janna at Mhac na si Miss Jing Munoz na puwede ring artista dahil sa kanyang kagandahan.
Very friendly din ang mga kasamang mga ‘stage mothers’ and ‘stage fathers’, ‘stage talent managers’, ‘stage alalays’ and ‘stage friends’ ng mga auditioners. Walang mga suplado at isnabero, hindi tulad sa ibang mga audition searches na nagpapataasan ng mga ihi ang mga tao na akala mo mga kung sino. Itong grupo na ito ng mga auditioners sa Regal Films ay sadyang matatawag naming “wonderful batch”!
Nakita rin namin ang mga Facebook friends naming sina Zandrei Merced, Vicente VJ Mendoza, Marc Dexter Macalintal, at marami pang iba.
Dumalo din at nakitsika that afternoon ang mabait na talent manager na si Leo Dominguez, with his friend Miss Reena Ejercito, ang movie scribe na si John Fontanilla, actor Richard Quan, teen actor Hero Magalona, at siyempre pa, ang unica hija ni Mother Lily Monteverde na si Miss Rochelle Monteverde.
May mga taga-channel two ‘pips’ din nu’ng hapon na yun sa audition. Ang dalawang finalists sa “Big Fat Loser” ng channel 2 ay naro’n din para mag-audition, may beauty queen finalist na nakisali rin, and some famous commercial models.
Namangha na lang kami nang nasa actual audition part na si Janna. Inilabas talaga niya ang kanyang kagalingan sa pag-arte. Ang napili niyang linya ay ‘yung naging dialogue ni Maricel Soariano sa isang Regal movie na: “Ayoko ng masikip, ayoko ng mabaho, ayoko ng pangit!”
Si Mhac naman, kuwelang-kuwela sa mga chika babes na naroon. Panay ang pakikipag-biruan sa kanya ng mga magagandang tsikas na nandun sa audition na talaga namang nakyutan sa kanya. Maski si Mr. Shelfred na audition master ng Regal ay naaliw kay Mhac to the max!
Very important ang audition na ito dahil after so many years, ngayon lang ulit magtatayo ng Regal Babies ang number one na production outfit ng bansang Pinas. Ang Regal Films kasi ay masasabi mo nang isang institusyon sa history ng Philippine Cinema. Kaya hinding-hindi ito basta-basta mabubuwag ninuman! Mother Lily is still Mother Lily!
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Come and watch Word of Mouth’s Original Musical FLIGHT OF A FALCON: A MUSICAL HISTORY, produced for Adamson University’s 80th Anniversary. Directed by Jeremy Domingo and Ku Aquino, with Book and Lyrics by Aquino and Domingo; Music by Aliw Award-winner William Elvin Manzano and arrangements by Michael Bulaong; Choreography by Gio Respall; Visual Design by Rob Rownd; Set Design by Mio Infante and Costumes by Twinkle Zamora.
The musical play chronicles the history of Adamson University, from its founding in 1932 by Greek expatriate chemist George Lucas Adamson, through the devastation of Japanese-occupied Manila in World War II, settlement in the present campus in San Marcelino; turnover to the Vincentian Fathers; student activism in the Martial Law era and the 1980’s, into present-day accomplishments beyond its 2007 Diamond Jubilee.
Running February 10 until March 2, 2012, the cast includes Don Rivera; Nic Campos; Ava Santos/Charity Grace; Jean Judith Javier; Jonas Gruet; Joshua Ramirez; Jeffrey Camanag/Ku Aquino; Apollo Abraham/Gio Respall; Kristian Chua; Billy Parjan; Gilbert Bacolod and members of Adamson University’s Tinik ng Teatro ensemble, at the Adamson University Theater, Romualdez Avenue, Manila.
Adamson University and Word of MouthpresentsFLIGHT OF A FALCON – A Musical History!
(An Original Musical)Directed by Jeremy Benjamin Domingo and Ku Aquino
Songs by William Elvin
Please contact the Adamson University Cultural Affairs Office Nos: 524-2011 loc. 255/ 3833735 for more details.
NICK DEOCAMPO’S NEW BOOK ON PHILIPPINE CINEMA TO BE LAUNCHED AT THE CCP
PRIZEWINNING filmmaker, scholar and historian Nick Deocampo will
launch his latest book Film: American Influences on Philippine Cinema
on March 2, 2012, Friday, 5PM at the Cultural Center of the
Philippines, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City. The book is Deocampo’s
second volume in his continuing historical saga of Filpino cinema.
Film: American Influences on Philippine Cinema is a sequel to Cine:
Spanish Influences on Early Cinema in the Philippines, and part of the
Deocampo’s extensive research on Philippine cinema. It advances the
author’s scholarly study of cinema’s evolution in the hands of
As part of the launching program, Deocampo’s new digital documentary,
Cine: Spanish Influences on Early Cinema will be screened. The
documentary in 3D animation is about the beginnings of cinema in the
Philippines and is based on Deocampo’s awardwinning book.
The book launching, which marks the 115th year anniversary of the
arrival of film in the Philippines (1987-2012) as well as Deocampo’s
30th year anniversary as a filmmaker, signals the start of Deoocampo’s
eight-month lecture series at the CCP on “The History of Philippine
Cinema, touching on important issues related to cinema’s growth
vis-à-vis the unfolding of the country’s national history
The inaugural lecture begins at the book launching event on March 2
followed by subsequent lectures slated every first Friday of the
month. The inaugural lecture will be on the Colonial Beginnings of
Philippine Cinema (Pre-Hollywood Cinema: The Formative Years). Other
topics to be covered are : April-Start of Native Cinema: When did
Cinema become “Filipino”?; May-Hollywood! Hollywood! Its Influence on
Filipino Cinema; June-World War II and Its Effects on Local Cinema;
July-The Fifties: Why It was the “Golden Age”; August-Martial Law and
a New Cinema; September-Alternative Independent Cinema: The “Other”
Film History; October-Cinema in the Digital Age.
Certificates will be awarded to participants of the seminar.
Deocampo is presently the Director of Center for New Cinema. His
academic credentials include a Master of Arts Degree in Cinema Studies
at the New York University under a Fulbright Scholarship Grant. He
received another Fulbright Grant as an International Senior Research
Fellow at the US Library of Congress. He received his Certificate in
Film as a French Government Scholar at the Atelier du formacion au
cinema direct in Paris. He graduated Cum Laude with a degree in A.B.
Theater Arts at the University of the Philippines. A multi-awarded
author and filmmaker, he is known for his gritty documentaries and
For more information, please call CCP Film at tel. 832-1125 local 1704 and 1780.
How many hearts should suffer with the egoistic notions of people?
How many lives must diminish just to please the pride of man?
How many souls must escape to shelter itself into the heart of one true loving man?
These are the questions we asked to ourself after we finished watching the movie- “The Vow”. A movie that took us into a journey inside our heart’s desire. A movie that furthered answer our question: “Who am I?”
In life, you must really know what you like. You must discover your true freedom. And you must find shelter into the arms of ONE LOVING MAN.
A MAN who knows you fully well. Who’s willing to fight for you, take care of you, and still accept you amidst everything. Whatever untoward accidents or sudden tragic events, whatever change in the course of things, and whatever obstacles- this man would be there for you.
In the movie, actress Rachel McAdams’ character suffered from amnesia after an accident that involved her and her husband, portrayed by very handsome Channing Tatum in the movie. The hardest thing was: she couldn’t remember anything about her husband. What she only remembered was the earlier episode of her life that she had with her rich family and former executive boyfriend.
But Channing’s character never lost hope. He fought to win back his wife. But in the end, the wife just kept on drifting…,until Channing’s character eventually surrendered and moved-away from and transferred to a different city.
In the end, eventhough the wife never regained her memories with her husband, she sought him. A nice quotation hidden from a book made her go back. She found him in the door of their favorite restaurant.
They walked in the middle of the night, and they bonded anew, and continued their life’s journey together.
The film was greatly acted by Channing Tatum. We couldn’t forget until now his “highlight” scene when he cried so magnetically inside the recording studio while playing his guitar and talking to a female friend… His tears in that scene were almost hidden, but you could feel so deep, in every words he said, in every feeling he revealed. You, too, would cry with him…
Channing’s acting style was subtle and subdued. But his manliness could bring you to glorious heights. His spirit magnified whenever the cinematographer captured his very handsome face. And Channing wasn’t simply teasing. He was really deep into his craft as an actor.
The great supporting veteran stars in the film did so well, too. Miss Jessica Lange might have looked old in this film, but her beauty was still so visible in every scene. Mr. Sam Neill, who played the father of the wife in this film was so powerful and commanding. Excellent job.
The film was based on a true story. On one real-life couple. They now have two kids.
Love do exist. “The Vow” never breaks….
As long as we hang-on… as long as we love that ONE PERSON…