August 23, 2017, 12:23 pm
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Kathryn missing in Daniel’s new project

A star-studded superhero movie is on its way. 

It’s been confirmed Vice Ganda, Pia Wurtzbach and Daniel Padilla are starring in a super movie to be directed by Joyce Bernal. 

This is   Pia’s first starring role and a mix of nervous and excitement best describes her feeling.

“Sabi ko nga kay Vice nang magkita kami, ninenerbyos ako kasi unang movie ko ito and nakaka excite rin kasi sila ang mga makakasama ko,” she said.

Vice is very excited to work in a movie with Pia.

“Sabi ko sa kanya kanina, ‘wag siya kabahan magiging masaya ito and aalalayan namin siya sa mga eksena.”

Daniel is missing screen partner Kathryn Bernardo in this project but he says fans might just be in for a surprise.

“Hindi pa po natin masasabi kung kasama siya o hindi,” he cleared, “sa ngayon hindi pa natin masasabi.”

The three are set to start shooting this week.

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Robi Domingo talked about his emotional video message to ex-girlfriend Gretchen Ho, who was part of the board of judges at the Binibining Pilipinas pageant last month. 

“What happened in Binibini, it wasn’t my intention to have it aired kasi I was out of the country during that time,” he     said. 

“Number two, it was taped last week of February pa and I didn’t know she was going to be a judge. So, what happened was the discretion talaga ng producers. 

“I don’t know about the director kasi si Mr. M (Johnny Manahan) tinanong ko, hindi daw siya ‘yun. Ang mga producers siguro, and I think   she knew what happened back then,” he further said. 

Domingo admitted he is still not closing his doors to a possible reconciliation with Ho. “It depends with the situation. It depends with everything actually – timing, situation – and it depends with what happens….” 

He also put to rest the persistent rumors linking him to Sandara Park. “Hindi naman ako dapat magulat kasi wala naman talagang nangyayari. Let me just say this, please, just enough with the whole idea kasi nahihiya na ako sa tao,” he pleaded. 

The 27-year-old host added he is thankful for the support of his family and friends. “Number one is family,” he said, “the support system is there. Number two are friends and number three is me time. You have to have some moments for yourself. To think about stuff that happened, that is happening and stuff that will happen in the future.”

He also enumerated the things that help him take his mind off his worries. 

“I’m really thankful na may work ako sa ABS-CBN. ‘Yun talaga malaking bagay para mawala ‘yung iniisip ko. Number two , I’ve been playing basketball a lot lately, number three, I run a lot and I watch K-dramas.” He laughed. “’Goblin,’ mga ganun. Medyo nakakaasar na kasi ang ganda ni Eun-tak,” he added.

His dad tries to lighten up his mood with some advice, he said. “Sinabi niya, ‘Pinagdaanan ko rin ‘yan anak. Mahirap talaga maging guwapo’,” he said with a laugh.

Since his break up with Gretchen last February, he admitted to going through a rough patch.

“Why would I lie? Totoo naman na may nangyayari. If you are asking me about the breakup, it’s not just that. So many things are happening in my life, mapa-work, mapa-personal. Kasi siyempre hindi naman mawawala ang problema. The problems in life are there. The thing is you just have to have a good disposition and kailangan mo lang ng oras na i-sort out ang things sa buhay mo,” he said during the Watsons Philippines Bro Boot Camp event held last June 15 in Ortigas.

During a recent interview, Gretchen also divulged she is going through a difficult time, to which Robi said is perfectly understandable. “Masakit naman talaga. We had a long, long talk before and I’m just really happy that she is taking it well. I know she is a brave, tough girl pero she is taking it all well. We don’t (talk).

“It’s a choice kasi when we put the strings again, baka ma-attach na naman kami. So ito ‘yung mga lessons in life na nature sa akin ng buhay ko with my previous relationships na kailangan ko kunin ngayon na ina-apply ko and at the same time, we don’t text, but we usually see each other once a week because of the show ‘University Town’ so kailangan namin ng konting rapport,” he explained.
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