Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Pia Wurtzbach to host Asia's Next Top Model?

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Rumors about Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach hosting the fifth season of "Asia's Next Top Model" have been going around, and while the Filipina beauty queen hasn't given any confirmation, her recent post on Twitter seems like a confirmation since it was posted just hours after the rumors started.

Pia Wurtzbach on Twitter

"So excited for new things to come," Pia posted.

Fans has been asking her in the comments section of the post if it was about "Asia's Next Top Model" but she neither confirmed nor denied.

Previous seasons of AsNTM were hosted by Nadya Hutagalung (s1 and s2), Georgina Wilson (s3), and Cindy Bishop (s4).

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Kantar Media National TV Ratings - August 22-23, 2016

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"Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7 Teen Edition" has been winning in the television ratings, based on Kantar Media's data.

"PBB" got 10.9% and 11.3% national ratings on Monday (August 22) and Tuesday (Aug. 23) respectively, beating GMA-7's "The Healer" which only had 5.6% and 5.7%.

The primetime series "FPJ's Ang Probinsyano," meanwhile was still the most watched program in the country.

Check out the Top 20 TV Programs and Comparative Ratings from Monday to Tuesday, Aug. 22-23, 2016, according to Kantar Media Total Philipines (Urban + Rural) Household TV Ratings:

Aug. 22, 2016 (Monday):

Kantar Media National TV Ratings - Aug 22, 2016

 

O Shopping (0.6%) vs. Reporter’s Notebook (Replay) (1.0%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (5.5%) vs. Unang Hirit (4.7%)
Magandang Buhay (7.4%) vs. Doraemon (7.8%) / Pokemon Black And White Adventures In Unova (9.2%) / Bleach (9.3%) / H2o Just Add Water (9.4%)
Kapamilya Blockbusters ‘The Sorcerer And The White Snake’ (13.3%) vs. Mamaw-In-Law (7.2%) / Kapuso Movie Festival ‘XXX’ (9.0%)
Be My Lady (15.3%) vs. The Ryzza Mae Show ‘Calle Siete’ (8.2%)
It’s Showtime (18.1%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (11.3%) / Magkaibang Mundo (10.6%)
Doble Kara (19.4%) vs. Sinungaling Mong Puso (11.2%)
Tubig At Langis (18.5%) vs. Sa Piling Ni Nanay (10.9%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky 7 Mga Kwento Ng Teen Housemates (15.3%) / Minute To Win It Last Man Standing (20.2%) vs. Wowowin (15.7%)
TV Patrol (33.7%) vs. 24 Oras (22.2%) vs. Aksyon (3.1%) / Smallville (4.6%)
FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (40.8%) vs. Encantadia (21.3%) vs. Supernatural (3.3%)
Dolce Amore (34.4%) vs. Descendants of The Sun (16.4%)
Born For You (15.5%) vs. Juan Happy Love Story (10.2%) vs. Once Upon A Time (2.7%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7 Teen Edition (10.9%) vs. The Healer (5.6%) vs. Aksyon Tonite (1.8%) / Reaksyon (0.9%) / Ancient X-Files (0.4%)
Tonight With Boy Abunda (5.9%) / Bandila (3.7%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (3.9%)
Maniwala Ka Kaya Mo Mission Possible (2.2%) vs. Front Row (2.1%)
O Shopping (0.7%) vs. The 700 Club Asia (0.9%) vs. Shop Japan (0.1%)

Aug. 23, 2016 (Tuesday):

Kantar Media National TV Ratings - Aug 23, 2016

O Shopping (0.4%) vs. I-Witness The Gma Documentaries (Replay) (0.9%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (5.5%) vs. Unang Hirit (5.1%)
Magandang Buhay (7.1%) vs. Doraemon (8.7%) / Pokemon Black And White Adventures In Unova (9.5%) / Bleach (10.0%) / H2o Just Add Water (9.0%)
Kapamilya Blockbusters ‘Snitch’ (13.0%) vs. Mamaw-In-Law (7.0%) / Kapuso Movie Festival ‘Ang Panday 2’ (8.9%)
Be My Lady (15.2%) vs. The Ryzza Mae Show ‘Calle Siete’ (9.2%)
It’s Showtime (17.2%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (12.3%) / Magkaibang Mundo (11.1%)
Doble Kara (18.6%) vs. Sinungaling Mong Puso (11.4%)
Tubig At Langis (16.9%) vs. Sa Piling Ni Nanay (10.3%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky 7 Mga Kwento Ng Teen Housemates (14.6%) / Minute To Win It Last Man Standing (19.9%) vs. Wowowin (15.0%)
TV Patrol (32.2%) vs. 24 Oras (22.2%) vs. Aksyon (2.6%) / Smallville (3.7%)
FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (39.1%) vs. Encantadia (22.2%) / Supernatural (3.1%)
Dolce Amore (35.2%) vs. Descendants Of The Sun (17.1%)
Born For You (16.1%) vs. Juan Happy Love Story (11.1%) vs. Once Upon A Time (2.5%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7 Teen Edition (11.3%) vs. The Healer (5.7%) vs. Aksyon Tonite (1.5%)
Tonight With Boy Abunda (5.8%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (4.3%) vs. Reaksyon (0.6%) / History With Lourd Tsismis Noon Kasaysayan Ngayon (0.3%)
Bandila (3.5%) vs. Alisto! (3.0%) vs. Insider (0.2%)
My Puhunan (2.0%) / O Shopping (0.7%) vs. The 700 Club Asia (1.2%) vs. Shop Japan (0.1%)

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Paolo Ballesteros to return to 'Eat Bulaga!' soon

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Fans of Paolo Ballesteros will surely be glad to know that the TV host-actor will soon be back on "Eat Bulaga!" It has been confirmed by Wally Bayola, one of the show's co-hosts, although he added that only the management would know the exact date of the comeback.

Paolo Ballesteros and Wally Bayola

Before Paolo's comeback, however, he already got reunited with Wally and Jose Manalo (the three are collectively known as JoWaPao) at the shoot of a movie project.

Wally related the reunion in an interview with pep.ph.

"Nagkita-kita kaming tatlo, kasi nag-start na kami doon sa project na gagawin namin," he said. "Nagkita-kita kami, yakap-yakap kami."

The King of Makeup Transformation was last seen on "Eat Bulaga!" last March. No reason was officially released as to why he suddenly stopped appearing on the 37-year-old show, but it was said that his rants on Facebook regarding how he and his entourage were treated during the most recent Ad Summit caused his suspension.

Regarding Wally's advice to Paolo, he said, "Ang talagang advice lang namin sa isa't isa, pray lang 'yan. Ang tawag niya sa 'kin, 'Girl, pray lang.'"

He said that to pray was also Paolo's advice to him when he got suspended from the show due to a video scandal.

And to give you an idea on when Lola Tidora (Paolo's KalyeSerye character) will be seen again on the show, Wally said, "September or last week of August, mga ganun."

Meanwhile, Paolo is currently doing two movies - "Bakit Lahat ng Guwapo, May Boyfriend?" and "Die Beautiful."

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Kantar Media National TV Ratings - August 18-21, 2016

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The live semi-finals of "The Voice Kids" was the most watched program in the country over the weekend, based on Kantar Media's data.

The top young singers among the three teams were determined over the semi-final episodes, which scored 38.8% last Saturday and 39.7% last Sunday.

Check out the Top 20 TV Programs and Comparative Ratings from Thursday to Sunday, August 18 to 21, 2016, according to Kantar Media Total Philippines (Urban + Rural) Household TV Ratings:

Aug. 18, 2016 (Thursday):

Kantar Media National TV Ratings - Aug 18, 2016

O Shopping (0.6%) vs. Tunay Na Buhay (Replay) (1.3%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (4.7%) vs. Unang Hirit (5.3%)
Magandang Buhay (6.1%) vs. Doraemon (8.5%) / Pokemon Black And White Rival Destinies (9.3%) / Bleach (9.4%) / H2o Just Add Water (8.5%)
Kapamilya Blockbusters ‘Adele And The Rise Of The Mummy’ (13.0%) vs. Mamaw-In-Law (6.3%) / Kapuso Movie Festival ‘Once Upon A Time In Shanghai’ (7.1%)
Be My Lady (16.5%) vs. The Ryzza Mae Show ‘Calle Siete’ (8.3%)
It’s Showtime (19.1%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (13.7%) / Magkaibang Mundo (11.7%)
Doble Kara (17.7%) vs. Sinungaling Mong Puso (12.7%)
Tubig At Langis (15.5%) vs. Sa Piling Ni Nanay (11.5%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky 7 Mga Kwento Ng Teen Housemates (11.8%) / Minute To Win It Last Man Standing (18.2%) vs. Wowowin (15.3%)
TV Patrol (31.5%) vs. 24 Oras (20.8%) vs. Aksyon (2.5%) / The Walking Dead (6.1%)
FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (40.2%) vs. Encantadia (20.4%) / Teen Wolf (4.2%)
Dolce Amore (33.2%) vs. Descendants Of The Sun (17.1%)
Born For You (14.9%) vs. Juan Happy Love Story (11.3%) vs. Once Upon A Time (3.1%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7 Teen Edition (10.5%) vs. A1 Ko Sa’yo (6.9%) vs. Pride, Glory And Greatness The Rio 2016 Updates (1.0%)
Tonight With Boy Abunda (5.2%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (4.3%) vs. Aksyon Tonite
Bandila (3.6%) vs. Reporter’s Notebook (2.8%) vs. Reaksyon (0.3%)
Sports U Ikaw Ang Panalo! (2.0%) / O Shopping (0.9%) vs. The 700 Club Asia (1.3%) vs. Shop Japan (0.1%) / Rio 2016 Highlights

Aug. 19, 2016 (Friday):

Kantar Media National TV Ratings - Aug 19, 2016

O Shopping (0.7%) vs. Born To Be Wild (Replay) (1.2%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (5.3%) vs. Unang Hirit (5.2%)
Magandang Buhay (6.9%) vs. Doraemon (9.5%) / Pokemon Black And White Rival Destinies (10.6%) / Bleach (10.5%) / H2o Just Add Water (9.3%)
Kapamilya Blockbusters ‘Spiders 3d’ (13.5%) vs. Mamaw-In-Law (7.1%) / Kapuso Movie Festival ‘Lara Croft Tomb Raider The Cradle Of Life’ (8.7%)
Be My Lady (16.7%) vs. The Ryzza Mae Show ‘Calle Siete’ (8.2%)
It’s Showtime (20.2%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (14.2%) / Magkaibang Mundo (11.2%)
Doble Kara (19.4%) vs. Sinungaling Mong Puso (12.0%)
Tubig At Langis (17.5%) vs. Sa Piling Ni Nanay (10.9%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky 7 Mga Kwento Ng Teen Housemates (13.4%) / Minute To Win It Last Man Standing (19.1%) vs. Wowowin (15.3%)
TV Patrol (29.9%) vs. 24 Oras (20.2%) vs. Aksyon (2.9%) / 2016 Oppo Pba Governors’ Cup (Live) (4.2%)
FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (40.3%) vs. Encantadia (21.5%)
Dolce Amore (33.3%) vs. Descendants Of The Sun (17.4%) vs. Happinas Happy Hour (3.0%)
Born For You (16.7%) vs. Juan Happy Love Story (12.8%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7 Teen Edition (11.9%) vs. Bubble Gang (8.6%) vs. Pride, Glory And Greatness The Rio 2016 Updates (1.1%)
Tonight With Boy Abunda (5.9%) / Bandila (4.0%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (3.8%) vs. Aksyon Tonite (0.9%) / Reaksyon (0.4%)
TNT Tapatan Ni Tunying (2.4%) / O Shopping (0.9%) vs. The 700 Club Asia (1.5%) vs. Shop Japan (0.1%) / Rio 2016 Cycling (Live) (0.2%)

Aug. 20, 2016 (Saturday):

Kantar Media National TV Ratings - Aug 20, 2016

O Shopping (0.3%) vs. Adyenda (0.7%)
Sa Kabukiran (1.3%) vs. Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko (1.6%)
Salamat Dok (3.4%) vs. Pinoy Md Mga Doktor Ng Bayan (3.9%)
Swak Na Swak (3.4%) vs. Pac-Man And The Ghostly Adventures (7.6%)
Angel Wings (3.5%) vs. Pokemon The Movie Black Victini And Reshiram (11.0%)
Why Not? (2.9%) vs. Tom And Jerry A Nutcracker Tale (14.2%) / Alien Monkeys (13.8%)
Kapamilya B2b Blockbusters ‘Dragonball Z Battle Of Gods’ (9.9%) vs. Magic Knight Rayearth (9.9%) / Bakugan Mechtanium Surge (8.9%)
Kapamilya B2b Blockbusters ‘Live And Let Die’ (16.1%) vs. Maynila (Larawan Ng Bansa) (8.0%) / Sarap Diva (7.0%)
It’s Showtime (Saturday) (20.8%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (Saturday) (15.3%)
Ipaglaban Mo (21.8%) vs. Karelasyon (12.4%)
S.O.C.O. (A Scene Of The Crime Operatives) (20.6%) vs. Wish Ko Lang! (10.8%)
Mga Kwento Ni Marc Logan (18.5%) vs. Laff Camera Action (12.1%)
Family Feud (22.3%) vs. Imbestigador (19.2%) vs. 2016 Oppo Pba Governors’ Cup (Live) (4.3%)
TV Patrol Weekend (24.6%) / Home Sweetie Home (29.1%) vs. 24 Oras Weekend (23.6%)
The Voice Kids (38.8%) vs. Pepito Manaloto Ang Tunay Na Kuwento (22.3%) vs. Sine Squad (5.7%)
MMK 25 ‘Toga’ (32.5%) vs. Magpakailanman (20.3%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7 Teen Edition (15.9%) vs. Lip Sync Battle Philippines (12.1%) vs. Catfish The Tv Show (1.1%)
Failon Ngayon (5.7%) vs. I-Witness The Gma Documentaries (6.5%) vs. Ex On The Beach (0.5%)
The Bottom Line With Boy Abunda (2.1%) / O Shopping (0.5%) vs. True Horror Stories (3.2%) vs. Pride, Glory And Greatness The Rio 2016 Updates (0.5%) / Rio 2016 Updates (0.4%)

Aug. 21, 2016 (Sunday):

Kantar Media National TV Ratings - Aug 21, 2016

O Shopping (0.9%) vs. In Touch (0.2%) / Jesus The Healer (0.8%)
The Healing Eucharist (5.7%) vs. Kapuso Sine Klasika (2.9%)
Swak Na Swak (4.1%) vs. Pac-Man And The Ghostly Adventures (7.2%) / Pokemon The Movie Black Victini And Reshiram (10.6%)
Salamat Dok (4.7%) vs. Tobot (13.1%)
Spongebob Squarepants (7.5%) vs. Aha (12.2%)
Kung Fu Panda Legends Of Awesomeness (7.9%) vs. Born To Be Wild (11.9%)
Superbook (Reimagined) (10.0%) / Matanglawin (10.4%) vs. I Bilib Featuring: Discover Science (10.8%)
Kapamilya Kiddie Blockbusters (Sunday) ‘3 Ninjas High Noon At Mega Mountain’ (15.3%) vs. Kapuso Movie Festival (Sunday) ‘Watchmen’ (11.6%)
ASAP (15.0%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (14.2%)
Banana Sundae (14.1%) vs. Dear Uge (12.3%)
Kapamilya Mega Blockbusters ‘She’s Dating The Gangster’ (14.6%) vs. Gma Blockbusters ‘Rush Hour’ (13.5%)
Family Feud (16.8%) vs. Conan My Beautician (12.4%) vs. 2016 Oppo Pba Governors’ Cup (Live) (3.7%)
TV Patrol Weekend (21.5%) vs. 24 Oras Weekend (15.4%)
Goin’ Bulilit (27.1%) / The Voice Kids (39.7%) vs. Hay, Bahay! (16.6%) / Ismol Family (17.5%) vs. Oppo Sports 360 (3.8%) / 2016 Oppo Pba Governors’ Cup (Live) (5.0%)
Wansapanataym ‘Tikboyong’ (35.0%) / Rated K Handa Na Ba Kayo? (20.0%) vs. Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (19.8%) vs. Ridiculousness (2.1%)
Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7 Teen Edition (12.5%) / Gandang Gabi Vice (7.6%) vs. Sunday Night Box Office ‘Death Race 2’ (9.8%) vs. Ridiculousness (1.8%) / Ufc 202 Diaz Vs Mcgregor 2 (1.3%)
Sunday’s Best ‘Dolce Amore Choose Love The Concert’ (2.5%) / O Shopping (0.8%) vs. Diyos At Bayan (1.4%) vs. Rio 2016 Mens Basketball (0.3%)

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Monday, August 22, 2016

Legacy of fear reborn in latest 'Blair Witch' movie

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Back in 1999, “The Blair Witch Project” became a global phenomenon and left a haunting fear of being alone in the woods. The nearly no-budget film grossed millions and set the gold standard for found footage movies, spawning a new generation of horror fans.

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“Elly Kedward, the woman accused of witchcraft and left to die in the Maryland woods in 1785, is the first recorded story of the Blair Witch legend,” says executive producer Gregg Hale. “But the evil in those woods is much, much older than that.”

For several years, Lionsgate had been searching for the right concept to reboot Blair Witch, as well as filmmakers who could satisfy the fans of the first film and reach a new generation of moviegoers.

In the latest “Blair Witch” movie, it’s been 20 years since James’s sister and her two friends vanished into the Black Hills Forest in Maryland while researching the legend of the Blair Witch, leaving a trail of theories and suspicions in their wake. Along with a group of college students, James venture into the Black Hills Forest with the same camera in Maryland to uncover the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of his sister who many believe is connected to the legend of the Blair Witch. At first the group is hopeful, especially when a pair of locals offer to act as guides through the dark and winding woods, but as the endless night wears on, the group is visited by a menacing presence. Slowly, they begin to realize the legend is all too real and more sinister than they could have imagined.

“When it first came out, I was one of a billion high school kids taking a camcorder into the woods and doing a Blair Witch spoof with my friends,” says director Adam Wingard.  “The film had a total dedication toward authenticity. No one has so completely committed to that type of realism before or since.”

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With so many movies being remade and reimagined, the filmmakers were excited to see Blair Witch get another shot.  To hold true to the Blair Witch mythos, scribe Simon Barrett familiarized himself with every hint of information the first film contains, from old message boards and Facebook groups to graphic novels and young adult books published only in Europe.

Still, the first film is not required viewing to enjoy the sequel. “We wanted to take the mythos further and explore how outsiders approach the haunting and how locals see the legend. If you have seen the original, you’ll find even deeper layers and levels here to appreciate and debate once it’s over,” says producer Steven Schneider. “If you haven’t seen the original movie, this one will frighten the hell out of you regardless.”

While much of the fear behind the first Blair Witch relied on what wasn’t shown, the sequel terrifies audiences and excites hardcore fans by revealing more of what lurks after dark.

“Whatever evil is in the woods has only gotten stronger since the first film,” says Wingard. “I wanted to create something that felt like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, not in terms of the violence, but in terms of the relentless intensity that movie gives you. You’re constantly running from something into a scenario that’s even more frightening.”

“The challenge for us was to make a modern horror movie that acknowledged and surpassed everything that’s happened in horror over the last 17 years, including films like The Conjuring, Insidious and Saw, and have the film feel as real to audiences as it did in 1999,” says Barrett.

Rediscover fear when the latest “Blair Witch” movie opens September 21 in cinemas from Pioneer Films.

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Daniel Radcliffe goes undercover cop in 'Imperium'

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Daniel Radcliffe, who rocketed to worldwide stardom in the phenomenal “Harry Potter” films, stars anew in the intense action thriller “Imperium.” Inspired by real events, the movie is directed by Daniel Ragussis and also stars Toni Collette, Tracy Letts, Devin Druid, Pawel Szajda with Nestor Carbonell and Sam Trammell.

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In “Imperium,” Radcliffe takes on the role of Nate Foster, a young, idealistic FBI agent who goes undercover to take down a radical right-wing terrorist group. The bright up-and-coming analyst must confront the challenge of sticking to a new identity while maintaining his real principles as he navigates the dangerous underworld of white supremacy.

“Imperium” co-writer Mike German has the kind of pedigree that commands respect: he served in the FBI for 16 years, 12 of them as an undercover agent tasked with infiltrating dangerous white supremacy groups in order to prevent domestic terrorist attacks. German successfully embedded himself with extremist groups on multiple occasions, leading to criminal convictions. German’s real life experiences infiltrating homegrown white supremacist terror cells intent on starting race wars, form the basis of the “Imperium” screenplay.

Setting the movie in the present day was something German and Ragussis quickly agreed on, believing the film could better address important law enforcement and terrorism prevention issues that have dominated the national conversation. Therefore, the film brings attention to the FBI’s seldom discussed racial-ethnic mapping program, in which American Muslims and other minority populations are controversially targeted. IMPERIUM also explores the challenges faced by FBI agents working with limited resources to prevent domestic terrorism from white supremacists and other right-wing extremist threats. With the government prioritizing the fight against the Islamic terrorist threat, FBI agents working on battling domestically cultivated perils often must fight for funding and proper support.

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In the end, Mike German expressed admiration for Ragussis’s efforts to create a film of thematic and emotional integrity true to what he experienced in the field, commenting, “Daniel’s unique vision and dedication to telling this story in an accurate, non-sensationalistic manner impressed me from day one. The final product depicts the inner workings of the FBI and undercover agents in particular, more accurately than any film I’ve seen. I couldn’t be more pleased.”

“Imperium” opens September 14 in cinemas nationwide from OctoArts Films International.

Here's the trailer:

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Stars join Ayala Malls Cinemas' new level of movie experience at Greenbelt 3

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Take the pressure off and indulge in your favorite movies in Ayala Malls Cinemas’ latest state-of-the-art theaters at Greenbelt 3 for the urban cineastes looking for an entertaining respite from the day’s grind.

Arci Munoz as Harley Quinn with Ayala Malls Cinemas Booking & Promo Manager James Bartolome & Marketing Manager Rhia Arda

Ayala Malls Cinemas’ recent unveiling at Greenbelt 3 cinemas introduces two exciting cinema concepts that will surely make Makati cineastes fall in love again and again with the experience of watching movies at the big screen.

Pioneering the 4DX invasion in Makati, the game-changing cinema technology 4DX theatre immerses the audience all throughout the movie, engaging all the senses while the action unfolds on screen. Greenbelt 3’s 4DX cinema is the first in Makati and the 3rd location of Ayala Malls Cinemas (the other two are in Bonifacio High Street and U.P. Town Center).

Greenbelt 3 cinema 5 is now equipped with 144 magical motion seats and an auditorium filled with environmental effects that will fully immerse you in each scene and let you experience being in the movie. The precise choreography of motion system and environmental effects will thrill you. 4DX motion chairs heave up and down, roll side-to-side, and pitch forward and backward to allow you to physically participate in the action on-screen. These motions will be harmonized well with featured effects such as bottom and back shaker, water, fog, scents, wind, lightning, face air, bubbles, leg tickler. The 4DXTM is in partnership with CJ 4DPlex, the world’s first 4D cinema company for feature films.

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Most love watching movies on screen as they are windows to a different world. And this experience is placed on whole new level with Greenbelt 3 cinema 4 as moviegoers will be treated to movie entertainment in luxury and full comfort. It currently houses 92 fully-motorized leather recliner seats. For that unparalleled convenience, recliner seats are also equipped with USB port for gadget-charging needs and foldable tables for snacks.

Squad goals achieved indeed at Greenbelt 3 cinemas’ recent launch that featured the worldwide blockbuster hit “Suicide Squad” from Warner Bros., graced by local celebrities and prominent personalities including Nadine Lustre, Arci Munoz who came in as Harley Quinn, Paul Salas, Ella Cruz, Francis Libiran and Makati City Vice-Mayor Monique Lagdameo. Also present in the event are Ayala Malls Cinemas General Manager Amir Precilla, Greenbelt General Manager Mina Domingo, Ayala Malls Group Head Rowena Tomeldan, Ayala Malls Cinemas Deputy General Manager Rolando Duenas, Ayala Malls Cinemas Marketing Manager Rhia Arda, Ayala Malls Cinems Marketing Supervisor Gail Santos, Ayala Malls Cinemas Booking and Promotions Manager James Bartolome and Warner Bros. General Manager Francis Soliven.

Paul Salas and Ella Cruz and friends

The urban vibe is very much alive at Ayala Malls Cinemas Greenbelt 3 where an elevated level of movie experience awaits on the big screen.   Now, with these cinema advancement, there’s more reason to head out to Ayala Malls Cinemas Greenbelt 3 and book that next blockbuster movie. See it in the big screen, see it in Ayala Malls Cinemas.

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