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‘Indiana Jones 5’ delayed again, until 2021

‘Indiana Jones 5’ delayed again, until 2021

LOS ANGELES — Harrison Ford’s big screen return as adventurer Indiana Jones has been pushed back until 2021, Walt Disney Co announced on Tuesday, two years after the fifth movie in the action franchise was first scheduled to be released.

The film was originally scheduled for release in 2019 but that date was later pushed back to 2020. The new delay follows reports last week in Hollywood industry publications that the script had not been finished and that a new writer was being brought in to polish it. Disney did not immediately return a request for comment on Tuesday on the delay.

The film will reunite Ford with director Stephen Spielberg in the “Indiana Jones” franchise created by filmmaker George Lucas, that has grossed nearly $2 billion at the world box office with four films and amassed a global fan base. Disney said in 2016 that it was going ahead with a fifth installment.

The delay means Ford will be 79 when he appears as the Fedora-wearing archeologist in theaters. His age has been a running theme in the films since an often-quoted exchange in the first movie, “Raiders of the Lost Ark” in 1981.

Karen Allen, playing Jones’s love interest Marion, says “You’re not the man I knew 10 years ago” and Ford responds with a line that has since become famous: “It’s not the years, honey, it’s the mileage.”

Spielberg also has a slate of other projects he is currently working on, including a remake of musical “West Side Story” and religion drama “The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara.”

The as yet untitled fifth “Indiana Jones” film will come 13 years after “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” in which Ford’s Jones reunited with his former love Marion, again played by Allen, and discovered he had a grown son, Mutt Williams (Shia LaBeouf). The film received mixed reviews. – Reuters 

Joaquin Phoenix set to star in Joker origin story

BURBANK, CA – Warner Bros. Pictures announced on July 10 that Joaquin Phoenix will star in an origin story of one of DC’s most notorious Super-Villains, the Joker.  

Under the direction of Todd Phillips, the film centers around the iconic arch nemesis and is an original, standalone story not seen before on the big screen.  Phillips’ exploration of a man disregarded by society is not only a gritty character study, but also a broader cautionary tale.
Phillips will direct from a screenplay he co-wrote with writer Scott Silver. The film will be produced by Emma Tillinger Koskoff and executive produced by Richard Baratta.  The film begins production later this year.

One of today’s most versatile actors, Phoenix has been honored with three Oscar nominations, for his work in Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master,” James Mangold’s “Walk the Line,” in which he starred as Johnny Cash, and Ridley Scott’s “Gladiator.”  He won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017 for Lynne Ramsey’s “You Were Never Really Here,” and has also earned acclaim for his work in numerous films, including Spike Jonze’s “Her.”  His most recent film, Gus Van Sant’s “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,” premiered at Sundance this year.

Celina fights for her dream, loved ones in ‘My Guitar Princess’ finale

Will Julie Anne San Jose’s character in “My Guitar Princess” finally get her heart’s desire or will she lose the people she loves?

In the last few episodes of “My Guitar Princess,” Celina (Julie Anne) finds herself fighting not only for her dream to become a singer, but also for her loved ones.

It seems that everything is in place for Celina—Elvis (Kier Legaspi) now knows that he is her father and has reconciled with her mother Adele (Sheryl Cruz). Adele finally gives in and supports her daughter’s dream of becoming a singer.

But Taylor (Isabelle de Leon) and Mariah (Mickey Ferriols) will stop at nothing to make Celina’s life miserable. Their evil plan is to make Celina lose her voice. However, their strategy backfires after Britney (Jazz Ocampo) drank the poison intended for Celina.

Taylor and Mariah are determined to ruin Celina’s life and career even if it means hurting innocent people in the process. Can Celina protect her loved ones and ultimately stop Taylor and Mariah’s wicked schemes?

First aired last May, the musical rom-com series “My Guitar Princess” also features heartthrobs Gil Cuerva and Kiko Estrada as Elton and Justin, respectively.

Playing important roles as well are Marc Abaya as Elton’s manager, Frank Garcia as George Garcia, Maey Bautista as Yaya Dolly, Marika Sasaki as Celina’s BFF Britney, Ralf King as Justin’s friend Adam, Rob Sy as Michael, and veteran actress Ms. Lui Manansala as Manang Barbra.

Catch the last few episodes of “My Guitar Princess” weekdays on GMA.

Kapuso viewers abroad can also catch it on GMA Pinoy TV. For the program guide, visit www.gmapinoytv.com.

Wish granted for Pinoys in Dubai

GMA Network’s “3 Stars, 1 Heart” concert series concluded its successful Dubai leg June 16, at the Dubai World Trade Center.

Viewers from all over the Middle East flocked to witness the powerful trio of Asia’s Romantic Balladeer Christian Bautista, Asia’s Pop Sweetheart Julie Anne San Jose, and Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid in a spectacular and jam-packed show made possible by OSN and GMA Pinoy TV.

One of the highlights of the night was the “Regine by Request” segment where 10 lucky fans and OSN subscribers were treated to an on-stage and up close serenade from the Songbird herself, as well as Christian and Julie Anne.  Not only were their song requests granted, they also received VIP tickets to the concert, all-expense paid hotel accommodations, and round trip tickets.

Some members of the audience took to social media to express their gratitude for bringing home closer to them.

 “Thank you for bringing these amazing talents to Dubai,” Marianne Cabrera Van-Hoek wrote on Facebook. “Para na rin kaming nakauwi ng Pilipinas! More power to GMA Pinoy TV!”

Jhonna Lou Ebro, another OFW in Dubai, did not pass up the chance to meet her idol, “Dream come true po kasi talaga makita si Ms. Regine kaya talagang pinili naming ‘yung may kasamang meet and greet para magka-picture naman with our idol!”

On Instagram, @thefanartfactory said, “Congratulations @myjaps @reginevalcasid @xtianbautista! Paganda ng paganda ang leg sa concert series na ‘to. Ang kukulit sa vid! Hahaha. Solid daming tao! #3Stars1HeartDubai.”

Twitter user Sherry Anne Yee also posted a photo of the artists onstage with the caption, “It was worth every second. The artists, the outfits, the songs, the music, the atmosphere…they were all amazing!!! #3Stars1HeartDubai @gmapinoytv.”

Pinoy pride stood out not only from the world-class performances of the trio, but also from the stunning gowns and suits provided by renowned Filipino designers Ezra Santos of EZRA Couture, Ryan Pacioles of Atelier Zuhra, and Furne One of Amato Couture.

Apart from the concert itself, the Kapuso stars also had the chance to perform inspiring song numbers and deliver heartfelt messages to comfort OFWs in the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) at the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA). They also paid a courtesy visit to Philippine Consulate General to Dubai and Northern Emirates Paul Cortes.

“3 Stars, 1 Heart” was made possible by GMA’s flagship international channel GMA Pinoy TV together with partner carrier OSN and Fastpace.

For updates, follow GMA Pinoy TV on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram (@gmapinoytv), and visit the GMA Pinoy TV official website at www.gmapinoytv.com.
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