"Rocketman" Rated R-13 Without Cuts, To Be Shown Unsanitized

Filipino audiences have the rare privilege of getting inside the real-life story of music legend Elton John in its full, controversial splendor as Paramount Pictures’ Rocketman has been rated R-13 without cuts by the Movie and Television Review & Classification Board (MTRCB).
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The Board has deemed Rocketman suitable only to viewers thirteen (13) years old and above as the film contains depiction of drugs, sexual activity, violence, suffering and foul language.


Acer Partners With Addidas For A Fashionable Deal

Acer Philippines offers an irresistible back to school promotion with a complimentary Adidas voucher for every purchase of any eligible and registered laptops and desktops.
Whether it is technology or fashion, millennials are always at the center of things. They know what’s hot and what’s not. Thanks to technology, the youth is always updated on style, trends, current events and anything viral.
Technology is like a revolving door in that it changes so quickly that it’s difficult to keep up. But millennials are cool with that. They look at technology the way they look at trends and style.

Jamie Bell Plays Elton John's Best Friend in "Rocketman"

The songwriting team of Elton John and his lyricist Bernie Taupin is one of the most enduring, successful and beloved creative partnerships in music history.  This unique relationship is celebrated in Paramount Pictures’ critically acclaimed musical, Rocketman.  British actor Jamie Bell plays Bernie Taupin opposite Taron Egerton’s Elton John.
“What they have between them is kind of a beautiful, harmonious marriage, lightning in a bottle,” explains Bell. “In the film we see them meet, and they’re kind of two loners, who find each other and form a friendship that lasts a lifetime.”

Red Bull Reign to Return to the Philippines for 3rd Consecutive Year

Red Bull Reign, the largest open 3-on-3 street basketball tournament in the world, returns to the Philippines! On its third consecutive year as a nation-wide competition, the event will pit teams from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao to square off at the Philippine Finals, on Saturday, June 29th, 2019 at the High Street Amphitheater in Bonifacio Global City. The winning team advances to the Global Finals this August in Toronto, Canada!

David-Shaira Loveteam Goes To Big Screen With "Because I Love You"

Rising new love team David Licauco and Shaira Diaz got lucky with a string of new projects as they started with TV shows and now will be the lead stars in ALV Films first romantic comedy movie "Because I Love You." As they also gain fans everyday because of their chemistry, the pair seems to do well in their career paths.

Because I Love You tells the story of two people from two different worlds, one is a rich boy while one is a poor yet striving fire girl off to chase her dreams. As both of them find themselves in a "hot" situation, they also find love despite the lovers who are also on their backs.

Angkas Is Gearing Up For Pilot Run With Training And Safety Measures

After so many months of stalling and controversies, Angkas finally got the green light to resume operations but has to go through a government-sanctioned six-month pilot run in Metro Manila and Metro Cebu. The run aims to show the government how Angkas provides and additional transportation options for the very congested metro.
They currently have 27,000 biker-partners that mostly depend on the service to provide for their families. When Angkas was put on hold, they and their families were very affected as income became more scarce. But with the persistence of the Angkas management and government agencies like the DoTr and LTFRB, they agreed on a 6 month pilot run which will be assessed if they will pass safety and efficiency standards that will be the basis of giving it a permanent permit to operate.

Taron Egerton Transforms Into Elton John in "Rocketman"

Where do you even begin when you’re enlisted to play Elton John, one of the most famous people on the planet? Not just that, but one who the planet itself already has an acutely ingrained idea of? How, in other words, do you find the real man underneath all those spectacles, sequins, tantrums and tiaras?
“That was a question I absolutely asked myself,” says Taron Egerton, the actor tasked to portray the music superstar in Paramount Pictures’ Rocketman. “So, in the end, I just asked him.”
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