Regine Valesquez’s recent signing with ABS-CBN is one of the most talked about topics this week.
After a month of staying mum about her network transfer, she has been emotional as soon as she stepped inside the premises of the Kapamilya network.
She’s not the only icon that moved from GMA-7 to ABS-CBN. Her husband, Ogie Alcasid, has also transferred, along with others like Janno Gibbs, Jaya and Lani Misalucha.
Here’s the growing list of former Kapuso artists that decided to switch networks in the past:
After being in GMA-7 for more than a decade, Richard officially became a Kapamilya a little more than a year ago. He became a part of Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo‘s fantasy series La Luna Sangre. He is also set to star in a movie with Angel Locsin and Angelica Panganiban.
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Prior to transferring to ABS-CBN, she had numerous appearances in GMA-7’s TV shows. When she moved to ABS-CBN, her first project was becoming a part of FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano as SPO3 Katrina Velasco.
Considered as GMA’s former primetime star, Angel shocked everyone with her decision to change her home network. She has starred in Star Cinema films such as One More Try, Everything About Her, and The Third Party. She has also led the primetime hit The Legal Wife and became one of the judges for Pilipinas Got Talent. She has renewed her contract with ABS-CBN in 2015 and has made an appearance in La Luna Sangre.
She will star in the network’s upcoming series, The General’s Daughter.
Isabelle has been a Kapuso for three years before signing up with ABS-CBN in November 2014. Her first project as a Kapamilya is the upcoming series Nathaniel.
After 10 years with GMA-7, she transferred to its rival network in 2012.
She expressed her thankfulness to her previous company and why she made the decision to move to ABS-CBN. “I’m grateful for all my years with [GMA-7], but [my father] was the one with me in wanting new things for me and my career. He wanted me to spread my wings and fly.”
More than a decade ago, Jake has moved from GMA-7 to ABS-CBN. He has been cast in numerous dramas like Maria Mercedes, Rubi, and Palos, wherein he played the main lead, and Ikaw Lamang and Tayong Dalawa as the antagonist.
Not everyone knows that Cristine’s entry to showbiz has been with GMA-7’s artista search program, Starstruck.
She transferred networks 10 years ago and has top-billed several projects such as Eva Fonda, Kristine, Reputasyon, Tubig at Langis, and I Can Do That.
Paulo has been with GMA-7 for five years before becoming a Kapamilya. He has served as the male lead in shows such as The Promise of Forever, Honesto, Sana Bukas Pa Ang Kahapon, Kahit Konting Pagtingin, and Bridges of Love.
JC de Vera
JC has stayed as a Kapuso for six years then transferred to TV5. He finally became a Kapamilya in 2014 and played a role in The Legal Wife and Moon of Desire.
Ellen signed with ABS-CBN last 2013. She admitted that her transfer to the network made a huge impact regarding the recognition she got.
“When I was with the other network, ‘What are you doing now? What are your shows?’ ‘Uh, I’m a part of this show.’ ‘Ay, nandoon ka pala!’ Ibe yung audience ng ABS-CBN talaga. Iba yung impact.”
Toni has hosted in GMA-7 for seven years until 2005. She continued her career with ABS-CBN, venturing to acting and music. She has released six albums under Star Records and has starred in 11 Star Cinema films.
She has also continued hosting with The Buzz, Pinoy Big Brother, and The Voice of the Philippines.
His first project with the Kapamilya network was the TV series Born for You, wherein he was paired with Janella Salvador for the first time.
Just like her brother, Maxene was also a Kapuso turned Kapamilya, however, she actually started off in ABS-CBN in 1992 with Ang TV. She was then identified with GMA-7 for nine years before signing up with ABS-CBN in 2016.
Karylle has co-hosted GMA-7’s SOP for seven years. She is currently in It’s Showtime.
Anne was a Kapuso until 2003. She has lead Kapamilya shows such as Kampanerang Kuba, Maging Sino Ka Man, Dyosa, Green Rose, Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw, and Dyesebel.
She can be seen regularly in noontime show It’s Showtime.
Liza has previously admitted that she “didn’t feel at home” in GMA-7, wherein she became an artist for only a week. She added that as ABS-CBN’s the one she always watches, it’s really where she wanted to work in the first place.
After winning Pinoy Pop Superstar, Jona has been one of GMA-7’s most promising singers. She then joined the trio La Diva.
She made a shocking transfer to ABS-CBN in 2017, saying that the network gave her more trust and has promised her a line-up of projects.
Yassi has spent almost a decade with GMA-7 and TV5 before making her way to ABS-CBN. She has become a household name after appearing in Pinoy Big Brother and becoming a part of FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.
Jay R spent the first decade of his career as a Kapuso artist. In 2015, he opened a new chapter of his life with ABS-CBN when he appeared as a contestant in Your Face Sounds Familiar.
Jaya decided to leave GMA-7 after she concluded her final project with the network, Poor Señorita. Her appearance in It’s Showtime in 2016 marked as her surprising decision to switch networks.
After being out of the limelight when he left GMA-7, Ogie has been with TV5 for a while before returning to ABS-CBN, where he did a few shows in the 90s.
He became a judge of Tawag ng Tanghalan and talent show Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids.
Kyla stayed as a Kapuso for 15 years before she moved to ABS-CBN.
Aljur was a GMA-7 artist for nearly a decade before deciding to be a Kapamilya. Only six months after his move to ABS-CBN, he already top-billed his own series Asintado.
He has also appeared as a guest in FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.
Needing some freshening up, Janno made a switch and signed with Star Music, wherein he’s currently promoting his latest single, Feeling JKL. He has also appeared in FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano and other ABS-CBN shows.
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In the recent SM Hypermarket Streed Food Festival 2017 in which Empoy Marquez attended as a special guest, he talked about his future projects. An upcoming film and primetime teleserye on the Kapamilya network, but one question remains.
The hit tandem of these two brilliant artists came unexpectedly. With humble beginnings, Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy Marquez ended up raking over 300 million pesos in the box office for their Kita-Kita film. With its big success, one can only ask the future of this tandem if they are going to be an official loveteam.
When asked if he wants to be partnered to another actress, Empoy said,
“Kung sino man yung dumating, okay lang. In God’s will, darating naman tayo dun.”
In the interview, he also said that he’s currently working on this upcoming Kapamilya telerseye under Dreamscape with other big time Kapamilya artists Piolo Pascual, Arci Munoz, JC De Vera, and of course, Alessandra de Rossi.
The show does not have a title yet, but Empoy jokingly answered the question if there will be a romance between his character and Alessandra’s.
“Hindi, kasi nakakasawa na siya. Ayoko na. Iba naman. *laughs*”
Loveteam or not, let’s just support the two actors
Love is the greatest thing one can ever have here in the place we live in and even in the life after death, perhaps. Love has its way of making you laugh, cry, and all emotions in between. Not every love feeling pours into someone gets the same profit as how it’s given.
In the romantic mysterious movie, “Halik Sa Hangin” merely asks people how much sacrifice can someone do in the name of love.
This may sound cliche but this is really happening. We may know and get experience from stories like this that aren’t successful because it’s forbidden.
Intriguing and out of the line, this film carries bravery and passion to offer something that is different, not the usual romantic-comedy but a union of 2 elusive genres.
This movie does not just want you to enter characters’ lives but make it possible for you to evaluate how far you can go and what lessons it can impart to you- lessons that most of us are aware, yet somehow neglected, because of too much love.
1. Love is not a business. It’s not a transaction. It’s not an exchange or something you get for doing something it’s not a trade. It’s a gift!
Common! This is so true. You cannot have it all. If you passionately love someone it doesn’t guarantee you to get that kind of love back. You cannot control someone’s life and more so, his/her feelings for you. And Alvin (portrayed by JC De Vera) is an epitome of this particular guy type.
He knows where he stands. He’s not the kind of guy who would insist what he wanted. He believes in giving respect to Mia (starred by Julia Montes). Even the latter can just give love of friendship, Alvin still stays. Oh man, it’s not a trade.
2. “Home is where you are loved the most and act the worst.” – Marjorie Pay Hinckley
Your relationship with family members maybe in thru ups and downs. You shrugged off parents’ ground. For you they have broken the world and not wanting you to keep a single smile. But in every misunderstanding lies an ever-present concern forever. Who you can count on if all things are against your odd, would that be your family?
3. “Sinful and forbidden pleasures are like poisoned bread; they may satisfy appetite for the moment, but there is death in them at the end.” -Tryon Edwards
Alluring romance strikes between Gio (Gerald Anderson) and Mia as their enticing love for each other has imagined to be there’s no other way out.
It is not the perfect love in every boomy story, a mystery partakes step closer to the big revalation.
Mia takes delight to go after the line. She scatters her ego trip and go after the man of his dreams in trade of her life.
In the climax of the story, Gio did the same sacrifice for Mia. Just like what Olaf (perky snowman in “Frozen” movie) said, true love is putting someone else before yourself.
It’s not greed, fun-flicked stereotpye, but an explicit and genuine feeling for someone.
4. “When connections are real, they simply never die. They can be buried, or ignored or walked away from, but never broken.” -Victoria Erickson
Special people that have touched your life stay in memory no matter what. There’s no ifs and buts, they do embark a personal carve in your heart and the memories you have shared with them are irreplacable, infinite, and impeccable.
A tragic incident of her father’s death forces her to leave Manila and stay with her mother (Ina Raymundo). She still longing for his father’s affection. Memories flashed in through her mind which cannot help her to forget but just to remember repeatedly.
This is a romantic mystery-thriller movie directed by Emmanuel Guindo Palo and produced by Star Cinema.
The film is now on its second week and available in more than 100 theaters nationwide.
Love is the greatest emotion that a man could feel; it is also an emotion that can destroy a person. Will the love she discovers save her or break her?
Star Cinema’s another movie offer for this year is a movie about romance depicting suspense and a bit paranormal. Halik Sa Hangin is a movie topbilled Julia Montes, Gerald Anderson and JC De Vera and opens nationwide last January 28, 2015.
Halik sa Hangin, by comparison, is an intricate mess. It plods deliberately like a leaden love story, before rushing into a finale that feels jarringly out of place. It never let go of the romance even amidst the twists and turns that took the narrative down the route of thrills and tension. Halik sa Hangin grounds its romance on a lot of talk and blabber. The film is drowning in dialogue, which covers almost all of the bases of the film’s blossoming romance. This reliance on spoken expositions to propel the love story leaves very little to the imagination, rendering the romance tepid and unbelievable.
The story evolves in the characters of Mia played by Julia Montes, Gio played by Gerald Anderson and JC De Vera as Alvin. Scenes are beautifully shot alongside the pine trees, luscious greens, and the dark, misty hills of Baguio City.
Story wise, the movie conveys the message of love, forgiveness, letting go, and a toss of paranormal. There seems to be a bit of uncertainty as the reveal comes into play as there sets a moment of confusion on how the story would proceed, however the story picks itself up and sets itself for a grand finale. The ending however, seems to be a compromise of sorts as it falls again into formula.
Technically speaking, there were some issues on editing and technical aspects of the movie. Cinematographer Moises Zee exerts a lot of effort in making sure that the endless conversations are always back dropped with beautiful fog-draped vistas. However, there were also obvious editing and continuity issues in Halik Sa Hangin, Mia’s hair, her mode of transportation, the seemingly shoe box props in the park, the meet the family scene, and the scooter left in the haunted house were all lacking consistency. Though the plot is getting better but the sound effects used in some scenes were not really much needed in the scenes.
The lighting effects were good enough to indicate the ambiance of the film. The cinematography was good enough for the story but it lacks of imaginations being portrayed. The character of Gio played by Gerald Anderson was lacking of suspense. It only gives notion of coldness in the scenes. Everything is wasted on the dull romance and ineffective horror.
To say the least, the movie is a good feeling of blossoming romance, of how the romanticized idea of love can conquer all. Passionate love and a twist of having obsessions in a natural love story but the effects depicting horror twist in Gio’s character is really stereotype. Alvin’s character is cold and subtle. While Mia’s character is compromising. Plot points and twists are prematurely telegraphed, not only because the narrative is all too common already, but also because the characters are visually designed and portrayed by their respective actors and actresses to logically fall a certain anticipated path.
Overall, the movie is a must to watch.
The movie implies the good and bad side of love and how love should sacrifice for your love ones. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” That’s how Halik Sa Hangin describes what love is.
Halik Sa Hangin is still showing nationwide under Star Cinema.
ABS-CBN’s “The Legal Wife” is undoubtedly a big hit on Philippine television! Even netizens talk about it on social media sites, making the drama a regular trending topic on Twitter worldwide. “The Legal Wife” is primetime TV show that tells about relationship between wife and mistress. But what is most hurting part is, the mistress is the wife’s best friend herself.
Started airing on January 27, the series is constantly on winning streak versus it’s counterpart either AGB Nielsen or Kantar Media, Mega Manila or Nationwide. Since the show is on its finale week on primetime, aside from having a great story, we list down the top five reasons why “The Legal Wife” became a fire hit nationwide. Check out our list below:
5. “THE LEGAL” CAST
4. “THE LEGAL” LINES
“Walang sa’yo, Nicole! Akin lang ang asawa ko!” (You don’t own him, Nicole! My husband is mine alone!” – Monica to Nicole
“Masarap ba ang asawa ko? Sabihin mo, masarap ba?” (Is my husband delicious?) – Monica to Nicole
“Paano mo siya nilandi? Ano una mong tinanggal? ‘Yang bra mo? ‘Yang panty mo? O ‘yang konsensiya mo?” (How did you seduce him? What did you take off first? Your bra? Your undies? Or your conscience?) – Monica to Nicole
“Pinapanood kita habang minamahal ka ng lahat…Aaminin ko, inggit na inggit ako sa’yo…” (I was watching you while you were being loved by everyone… I would admit, I was reeking with envy…) – Nicole to Monica
“Mas masarap ang cake ko, Adrian. Tikman mo. Ang sarap ‘di ba?” (My cake is more delicious. Taste it. Delicious right?!) – Nicole to Adrian
Rowena, the pambansang best friend’s funny dialogues compiled:
3. “THE LEGAL” SPOOFS
2. “THE LEGAL” MEMES
1. “THE LEGAL” CAT-FIGHTS
Every viewer get hooked up with their favorite character in the series because each role are relatable. Some fans, Legalistas, as they are called are for Team Nicole or Team Monica. Most of the housewives, who experienced the same situation or fear that they may experience the same are expected to be at Team Monica’s. While others, though they are not in reality, mistresses, go for Team Nicole because they can feel how hard it is to fall for someone you are not meant to love. Some also empathize with Adrian as the husband who committed a mistake but is willing to correct his wrongdoings.
Directed by Rory B. Quintos and Dado C. Lumibao, “The Legal Wife” is set to air its final episode this Friday, June 13.