Daily Archive: July 6, 2018

“Gary Valenciano reveals he has kidney cancer”

 

 

In an interview teaser on TV Patrol today, July 6, Gary Valenciano revealed he has kidney cancer. The singer said his heart surgery last May led to the discovery of his other illness. Angeli Pangilinan, Gary’s wife also shared that he is strong and has a strong faith in the Lord. 

 

 “Alam ko na hindi siya pababayaan ng Panginoon,” she said.

 

READ: Angeli Pangilinan shares update on husband Gary Valenciano’s condition after heart surgery

 

Although devastated then, Mr. Pure Energy sent out a positive tweet after the airing of the interview, saying he is okay and for fans not to worry about his condition. 

 

 

Followers and friends on Twitter were quick to send out their well wishes and prayers for the singer.

 

 

Gary V’s full interview with Korina Sanchez will air this July 8 Sunday on Rated K.

The Moviegoer, July 8-14

Audacious Debuts This series features double bills of exceptional first features by some of cinema’s most distinctive voices (albeit all of them white men) starting with Terrence Malick’s somber crime drama Badlands (1974) and brothers Joel and Ethan Coen’s brutal but darkly comic Blood Simple…

“Gretchen Fullido meets Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson”

 
ABS-CBN Entertainment News correspondent Gretchen Fullido met Hollywood actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson during the press junket for Universal Pictures' latest action-thriller "Skyscraper" in Hong Kong. 
 
Gretchen, who was thrilled about her interview with The Rock and the film's director Rawson Thurber, wrote: "These two are cray! No wonder they made such an epic film SKYSCRAPER — which you definitely MUST WATCH! And they’re making another one after this! The bromance and adoration are just too much, guys! Kidding! Hahaha! Thanks for being so cool and for that fun interview & taking the selfie, @therock & director @rawsonthurber."
 
 

 

Skyscraper is set to open in Philippine cinemas on Wednesday, July 11 

Appreciation: Director Claude Lanzmann’s ‘Shoah’ changed our understanding of the Holocaust — and altered documentary filmmaking

It is not given to most filmmakers to change the world, but French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann, who died Thursday at age 92, did it not once but twice. And with the same film.

That would be 1985’s “Shoah,” a massive documentary on the Holocaust — a word that Lanzmann, a man of passionate likes and…

Singer Chris Brown arrested on felony assault charge in Florida

Singer Chris Brown walked off stage after his concert in Florida on Thursday night and into the hands of waiting sheriff’s deputies, who arrested him on a felony battery charge and booked him into the Palm Beach County Jail.

A sheriff’s spokeswoman said the entertainer was released after posting…

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