Maricel Soriano and Eugene Domingo Topbill Star Cinema’s ‘Momzillas’

Maricel Soriano and Eugene Domingo’s upcoming movie, “Momzillas,” produced by Star Cinema is set to release on September 18, 2013 in cinemas nationwide.

Maricel Soriano and Eugene Domingo Team Up for Star Cinema’s Momzillas, Showing on September 18, 2013 in cinemas nationwide. Photo Credit: @Dear_Eugene on Instagram

Maricel Soriano and Eugene Domingo Team Up for Star Cinema’s Momzillas, Showing on September 18, 2013 in cinemas nationwide. Photo Credit: @Dear_Eugene on Instagram

Previously titled, ‘Oh My Mamma Mia,’ this comedy movie starring the Diamond Star (Soriano) and the Comedy Queen (for me, it’s Domingo), ‘Momzillas‘ has the elements of a comedy film that would rake in box office earnings when it opens in September.


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Maricel Soriano and Eugene Domingo Topbill Star Cinema’s ‘Momzillas’

Ford to star in “Expendables 3”

11 Aug – Actor Harrison Ford will be staring in the upcoming “The Expendables 3″ as a replacement for Bruce Willis who will be dropping out from the movie.

Sylvester Stallone took to his Twitter and excitedly announced that the 71-year-old actor will be the newest addition to the current cast.

“WILLIS OUT…HARRISON FORD IN !!!! GREAT NEWS !!!!! Been waiting years for this!!!!” Tweeted Stallone.

The upcoming “Expendables” will include Stallone alongside Mickey Rourke, Wesley Snipes, Milla Jovovich, Kellan Lutz and Jackie Chan among others. The film will be directed Patrick Hughes (“Red Hill”) with Stallone working alongside Richard Wenk (“The Expendables 2″) for the script.

The “Indiana Jones” star also recently revealed that it would be “perfectly appropriate” for him to make a comeback as Indiana Jones at his age.

Ford will be starring in the upcoming American science fiction action film “Ender’s Game”, due for release this 31 October 2013 in Malaysia and Singapore.

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Ford to star in “Expendables 3”

‘Five Easy Pieces’ star Karen Black dead at 74

Karen Black, the prolific actress who appeared in more than 100 movies and was featured in such counterculture favorites as “Easy Rider,” ”Five Easy Pieces” and “Nashville,” has died in Los Angeles.

Black’s husband, Stephen Eckelberry, says the actress died Wednesday from complications from cancer. She was 74.

Known for her full lips and thick, wavy hair that seemed to change color from film to film, Black often portrayed women who were quirky, troubled or threatened. Her breakthrough was as a prostitute who takes LSD with Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda in 1969′s “Easy Rider,” the hippie classic that helped get her the role of Rayette Dipesto, a waitress who dates — and is mistreated by — an upper-class dropout played by Jack Nicholson in 1970′s “Five Easy Pieces.”

Cited by The New York Times as a “pathetically appealing vulgarian,” Black’s performance won her an Oscar nomination and Golden Globe Award. She would recall that playing Rayette really was acting: The well-read, cerebral Black, raised in a comfortable Chicago suburb, had little in common with her relatively simple-minded character.

“If you look through the eyes of Rayette, it looks nice, really beautiful, light, not heavy, not serious. A very affectionate woman who would look upon things with love, and longing,” Black told Venice Magazine in 2007. “A completely uncritical person, and in that sense, a beautiful person. When (director) Bob Rafelson called me to his office to discuss the part he said, ‘Karen, I’m worried you can’t play this role because you’re too smart.’ I said ‘Bob, when you call “action,” I will stop thinking,’ because that’s how Rayette is.’”

In 1971, Black starred with Nicholson again in “Drive, He Said,” which Nicholson also directed. Over the next few years, she worked with such top actors and directors as Richard Benjamin (“Portnoy’s Complaint”), Robert Redford and Mia Farrow (“The Great Gatsby”) and Charlton Heston (“Airport 1975″). She was nominated for a Grammy Award after writing and performing songs for “Nashville,” in which she played a country singer in Robert Altman’s 1975 ensemble epic. Black also starred as a jewel thief in Alfred Hitchcock’s last movie, “Family Plot,” released in 1976.

“We used to read each other poems and limericks and tried to catch me on my vocabulary,” she later said of Hitchcock. “He once said, ‘You seem very perspicacious today, Miss Black.’ I said, ‘Oh, you mean “keenly perceptive?” ‘Yes.’ So I got him this huge, gold-embossed dictionary that said ‘Diction-Harry,’ at the end of the shoot.”

The actress would claim that her career as an A-list actress was ruined by “The Day of the Locust,” a troubled 1975 production of the Nathanael West novel that brought her a Golden Globe nomination but left Black struggling to find quality roles. By the end of the ’70s, she was appearing in television and in low-budget productions. Black received strong reviews in 1982 as a transsexual in Altman’s “Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean.” But despite working constantly over the next 30 years, she was more a cult idol than a major Hollywood star. Her credits included guest appearances on such TV series as “Law & Order” and “Party of Five” and enough horror movies, notably “Trilogy of Terror,” that a punk band named itself “The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black.”

Black was also a screenwriter and a playwright whose credits included the musical “Missouri Waltz” and “A View of the Heart,” a one-woman show in which she starred.

Black was born Karen Ziegler and grew up in Park Ridge, Ill. Her father was a sales executive and violinist, her mother the children’s novelist Elsie Reif Zeigler. By grade school, she already knew she wanted to be an actress and at age 15, she enrolled in Northwestern University to study drama. By the early 1960s, she had moved to New York; made her film debut, in “The Prime Time”; and had married Charles Black, whose last name she kept even though they were together only for a short time.

She studied acting under Lee Strasberg and through the ’60s worked off-Broadway and in television, including “Mannix” and “Adam-12.” Her first Broadway show, “The Playroom,” lasted less than a month, but brought her to the attention of a young director-screenwriter, Francis Ford Coppola, who cast her in the 1966 release “You’re a Big Boy Now.”

Black was married four times. She is survived by Eckelberry, a son and a daughter.


AP Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

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‘Five Easy Pieces’ star Karen Black dead at 74

Glee star Lea Michele lands on the cover of Marie Claire and thanks fans via Twitter!

Glee star Lea Michele lands on the cover of Marie Claire and thanks fans via Twitter!


Lea Michele graces the August 2013 issue of Marie Claire Mexico. The interview done before her boyfriend Cory Monteith died from a drug overdose. The editor of this magazine released a statement expressing her sadness for Lea.

“They were both very nice and obviously happy and in love, we are very disrupted by the unfortunate and untimely events. Our thoughts are with Lea.”

On the other hand, the actress took to Twitter along with a photo of her and Monteith.

“Thank you all for helping me through this time with your enormous love & support. Cory will forever be in my heart.”


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Glee star Lea Michele lands on the cover of Marie Claire and thanks fans via Twitter!

Glee star Cory Monteith was found dead!

Glee star Cory Monteith was found dead!


The 31 years – old, Glee star Cory Monteith was found died early Saturday morning in Vancouver, BC.According to police, the actor was found dead in his hotel room on the 21st floor of the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel around noon. When he failed to check out, staffers went to check on him.

In a press conference, officials said the actor was “clearly deceased” — and had been so for several hours — when police arrived on the scene.Cops say “it was not immediately apparent” what caused his death, but no foul play is suspected. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday.

In a previous report, the said actor was voluntarily checked himself into a treatment center back in April, admitting he had substance abuse issues. It was his second time in treatment.

Prior to that, Cory had been open about his problems with drugs. Back in 2011 he told Parade Magazine, his family and friends were so afraid he “could die” they staged an intervention. He was 19 at the time.

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Glee star Cory Monteith was found dead!

(HOLLYWOOD) GLEE Star Cory Monteith Cremated Privately in Vancouver, Canada.

Cory Monteith was privately cremated Tuesday in Canada.

Lea and most of the family of the Glee star, 31 – who was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room over the weekend – were present, according to TMZ.

Monteith’s dad Joe Monteith, who is divorced from Cory’s mom Ann, was not invited to the viewing, and tells PEOPLE he is “just totally, totally devastated.”

“I was all ready to go, my suitcase was packed, I just needed to know where he was and nobody got back to me until after the fact,” Joe adds.

Monteith died of a toxic mixture of heroin and alcohol, the autopsy revealed Tuesday. And the heroin presence “totally shocked” his dad, who also tells PEOPLE, “I thought it was totally behind him … I really don’t know the whole situation and I can’t comment when I don’t know.”

For much more on Monteith’s rise to fame, his past addiction struggles and his final days in Vancouver, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

• With reporting by HOWARD BREUER (Source

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(HOLLYWOOD) GLEE Star Cory Monteith Cremated Privately in Vancouver, Canada.

Toni calls ‘Tuhog’ star ‘Eugene Dominguez’

MANILA – Television host Toni Gonzaga drew laughter among the audience of “The Buzz” after she mistakenly introduced comedienne Eugene Domingo as “Eugene Dominguez,” the lead star of the upcoming Star Cinema-produced film “Tuhog.”

Reacting to Gonzaga’s mistake, Domingo jokingly changed the surname of the TV host to “Gonzales.”

“Toni Gonzales, tama ka doon eh. Ang ganda oh. Ang labo kausap nito. Akala ko ba close tayo? Kung makapuri ka tapos Eugene Dominguez?” she said.

Laughing at her own mistake, Gonzaga said she mixed up the comedienne’s name with another “Tuhog” lead star Leo Martinez.

“Tuhog” is part of Star Cinema’s offering for its 20th anniversary. It will be released on theaters nationwide beginning July 22.

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Toni calls ‘Tuhog’ star ‘Eugene Dominguez’