January 23, 2018, 1:51 am
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Nadine says ‘pregnant’ rumor started as a joke

Sylvia Sanchez takes on another exciting yet challenging role in her next project, the independent film “Nay,” with Enchong Dee and Jameson Blake.

The actress plays the aswang yaya of Enchong in the 2017 Cinema One Originals Film Festival finalist by director Kip Oebanda.

 “Ito ‘yung typical na anak mayaman dahil ang magulang, puro asikaso ng negosyo so ‘pag may kailangan, pera lahat ang tinatapal. So may isa siyang yaya na mahal na mahal siya, not knowing na aswang pala ‘yun,” she said.

Jameson, said Sylvia, is Enchong’s cousin with whom her character has no interest whatsoever.

“Wala akong pakialam sa kanya, wala akong pakialam sa lahat. Kay [Enchong] lang ako... So nandiyan ka lang, okay lang, sige. Humanda ka lang, ‘wag ka lang magkamali, ganun ako kay Jameson,” she shared.

“Basta nakatutok ako kay Enchong, mahal ko. So pinoproteksyunan ko. Gusto kong kainin na hindi ko makain, ganun.”

Unlike the many aswang films that the public has seen, Sylvia Sanchez stressed that “Nay” is actually a horror film with a heart.

“Hindi ito ‘yung typical na aswang na kumakain ng puso, hindi. Paiiyakin kayo ng aswang na ito. 

“Ako, noong tinanggap ko ito, binasa ko ‘yung script, umiiyak ako dahil sa aswang!” she added.

The 46-year-old star even shared she cried over her role “Hindi siya ‘yung bastang ginawang aswang for the sake na mapakitang kang aswang, ganon. Iba ito. Kakaiba ito.”

“Nay” is a Cinema One Originals 2017 entry by “Bar Boys” director Kip Oebanda.

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Nadine Lustre just laughed off rumors she’s pregnant with boyfriend James Reid’s child.

The rumor mill started churning after James’ tweet saying that, “Today my world has changed.” Quite interestingly, many quickly associated that tweet to Nadine.

“It’s funny na may mga ganung issue. At least, I know kahit medyo matagal akong nawala, napag-uusapan pa rin kahit papaano,” said Nadine in an interview with PEP.

“At least, may kaunti pa ring relevance.”

What further fueled this rumor was the Instagram story of James’ sister, Lauren, featuring Nadine’s conversation with their father Malcolm. 

Nadine said it was all a joke.

 “Naglolokohan kami, kasi nagdi-dinner kami one time, ang sabi sa akin ng Daddy ni James, ‘So everybody thinks you’re pregnant,’” she recounted.

What actually happened was the “It’s Showtime” host mentioned somebody else was probably pregnant. 

“Sabi ko, ‘di ako pregnant, maybe James is pregnant,” she said. “Nagtatatawanan lang kami, weird lang talaga siya na issue.”

 But what was James tweet all about?

“It’s another blessing for James, pero ‘di na ako ‘yung magkukuwento. Hayaan na natin siya,” said Nadine.

***

Online sensation Xander Ford has apologized to host-comedian Ogie Diaz after posting a lengthy message denying allegations he has become a swellhead. Ford said he was able to reflect about what transpired and added he has learned his lesson.

“Nakausap po ng mga managers ko kanina si Tito Ogie Diaz tungkol po sa issue. Sorry po, Tito Ogie, kasi may mga nasabi po ako sa post ko kagabi na ‘di naman dapat sabihin at makakasakit sa damdamin mo. Kasi po nasaktan din ako sa mga ibang nasabi nyo sa ‘kin. Pero binasa ko po mabuti post mo ngayon at naramdaman ko naman po na concern ka lang din sa ‘kin. Susundin ko po ang mga payo nyo at payo ng mga managers ko dahil ‘yun ang tama,” he said.

He promised he will do his best to improve his personality. “Pero po pagpaumanhin nyo po at sa mga ibang tao kung ang tingin nyo nagtataas po ako ng boses dahil natural ko pong boses medyo malakas at basag. Hayaan nyo po dodoblehin ko po ang [effort] ko na mabago lahat ng dapat ayusin …,” he stated.
 
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