If you meet a good-looking guy, perhaps as tall and handsome as Andre Paras, and you didn’t know he’s not the normal kind of guy, but rather the kind that stalks humans in the dark of night for a meal, would you fall for him?
In the upcoming horror-comedy flick by Wenn V. Deramas, the tall and handsome Andre Paras is cast as Duke Wang, a member of a family called Wang Fam. Well, that’s also the title of the movie, and Paras plays an aswang that eventually falls for a human Elenita (played in the film by Yassi Pressman).
Now, if you’re a die-hard fan of this to die-for young hunk, you wouldn’t mind being bitten, right?
Whatever image you have of Halloween, let Viva Films’ Wang Fam be your ultimate Halloween flick this year. All-time box office director Deramas takes his first shot at the horror-comedy genre, and with his blockbuster record, expect thrills and laughs all the way, fortified by the stellar cast of versatile comedienne Pokwang, Benjie Paras, Andre Paras, Yassi Pressman, and child star Alonzo Muhlach.
Like what she does in every role, Pokwang brings her A-game once again as Malou, the last virgin of the aswang clan destined to be sacrificed for their race’s survival. But the ritual, supposed to be undertaken by Malou’s brother Jok-Jok (Wendell Ramos), gets nipped in the bud when she meets botanist Bu Wang (Benjie Paras). Malou and Bu instantly fall in love and decide to build a family away from the aswang clan.
The marriage produces three kids: Duke Wang (Andre Paras), Cala Wang (Abby Bautista) and Vey Wang (Alonzo Muhlach). Together, the Wang Family moves into a new town where they meet Kay Sera (Candy Pangilinan), the nosy landlady who is highly suspicious of them.
Kay Sera has an only daughter, Elenita (Yassi Pressman), who catches Duke’s fancy.
As the Wang Family try their hardest to fit in and lead normal lives, Jok-Jok is able to track them down and tricks Elenita and Duke into eloping so as to carry out his plan of sacrificing a virgin.
Can the Wang Family save themselves from the clutches of Jok-Jok before it’s too late?, This is also the first film together of father and son, Benjie and Andre Paras.
Fans of YaNdre (Yassi and Andre) can feast their eyes on various kilig moments between the two.
The gorgeous pair first heated up the screen in the smashing romcom of 2014, Diary Ng Panget.
Adding zest to this film are Pangilinan, Ramos, Joey Paras, Bautista, Atak Arana, and Dyosa Pockoh, whose online videos earned him the title “Viral Diva”
Showing in theatres nationwide on Nov. 18, Wang Fam lets you indulge in the Halloween spirit a little while longer.
Despite his busy schedule, Dennis Trillo continues to be a hands-on dad to his only son Calix.
According to the My Faithful Husband star, he attends PTA meetings when he has the time so that he is aware of his son’s performance in school. And on weekends, he makes it a point to have a bonding session with him. Well, they do it through sports, especially swimming.
Jennylyn Mercado, loyal Kapuso
There have been rumors of Jennylyn Mercado ‘s plan to hop over to a neighboring broadcast company. The actress immediately dismissed it as mere innuendo.
“No, I’m not (moving)!” she exclaimed, adding, “There’s no reason for me to even consider that. GMA Network has been taking care of my career and I always have something to look forward to.”
Benjamin Alves shows off his body
He has become even more daring in Beautiful Strangers. Benjamin Alves doubles that in Gayuma, the film he starred in and was an entry to the QCinema – Quezon City International Film Festival.
He played an art student, Mike, who is seduced by a mysterious woman, Stella. His curiosity leads to obsession. They engage in passionate sex and in the execution of the scenes, Alves even went for full nudity.
When asked if he’d appear palying similar roles in the future, he said, “I thing I’m done doing daring roles.”
Rocco Nacino likes Japan
After representing the Philippines at the Asian Jiu-Jitsu IBJJF Championship, Rocco Nacino traveled to Japan again, this time to represent Balut Country at the 28th Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF).
What is next for Rocco to make him fly back to Japan?
‘Spooktober’ at Star City
The country’s leading amusement park had a fun-filled Halloween celebration with a slew of weekend activities designed for the entire family to enjoy.
Newly refurbished park attraction Gabi ng Lagim reopened with all-new hair-raising thrills based on local folklore. Haunted houses, zombies, disembodied spirits, witches, goblins, exorcisms, levitations, and other terrifying sights will greet Pinoy fans who have a fetish for macabre horror chills.
Yesterday, Star City gave 50 percent off on ride-all-you-can tickets to children aged 12 years old and below who visited the park in Halloween Costume.
At 8 o’clock in the evening, there was a party with top rock band 6 Cyclemind rounding up the day’s musical offering.
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