Natutuwa kami kay Angeles City Councilor Jericho Genaskey Aguas. Mula kasi nang maghiwalay sila ni Isabel Granada, at hanggang sa sumakabilang-buhay ito, ay tuloy pa rin ang communication at pagkikita nila ng butihing ina ni Isa na si Mommy Gwapa.
Hindi pa rin niya nilalayo ang sarili rito, kahit may bago na siyang misis, na si JC Parker. In fact, last Sunday, ay inimbita niya si Mommy Gwapa sa celebration ng birthday ng kanyang Lola Luding.
Samantala, sobrang proud si Mommy Gwapa sa apo niyang si Hubert Thomas Jericho. Masaya niyang ibinalita sa amin, nung nakausap namin siya sa phone, na candidate for Valedictorian ang apo.
Matataas daw ang grades na nakukuha nito sa school na pinapasukan nito which is O.B Montessori Center. At si Hubert daw ang magiging representative ng kanilang school para sa debate na sasalihan nito, na ang topic ay about democracy.
Hanna Francisco and Shara Dizon are two of the freshest talents at this year’s QCinema Film Festvial, as they graced the big screen in Samanta Lee’s “Billie and Emma,” a coming out-film than now has two consecutive sold-out-screenings since its released on October 22.
In the film, Shara plays the talkative Twinkle while Hanna plays the mataray Honey who are bestfriends to popular and model student Emma.
In addition to their QCinema debut, Shara and Hanna, are currently part of T-REX Artists, the official talent arm of T-REX Entertainment.
Together, they will also appear in Charliebebs Gohetia’s teen horror-thriller “Class of 2018,” showing nationwide on November 7.
“Class of 2018” is a chilling film about 23 students belonging in Section Zamora and their field trip gone wrong.
As a mysterious virus infects their classmates and turning them into violent creatures, the students are forced to fight for survival amidst being quarantined in a secluded government facility.
Shara and Hanna will be playing alongside ‘Goin’ Bulilit’ alumni Sharlene San Pedro, Nash Aguas, Kristel Fulgara, CJ Navato and Kiray Celis.
Shara plays the role of Misha, a social-media obsessed vlogger and part of the mean girl posse lead by Venus (Kiray), while Hanna plays the goth chick Ergo,who is part of the Section Zamora’s rock band.
Prior to joining T-REX Entertainment, Shara gained recognition in Eat Bulaga’s noontime pageant, Miss Millenial Philippines 2017 representing Malabon City, her hometown.
In 2017, she appeared in two Metro Manila Film Festivals entries, namely the award-winning comedy “Deadma Walking” and Chris Martinez’ family comedy film “Meant to Beh.”
Hanna is a local beauty pageant winner, who is currently the ambassadress of her hometown in Malolos. Before her film debut, she used to model and has a talent for singing and dancing.
For more information about the T-REX artists, you may visit T-Rex Artists Facebook page @TrexEntertainmentArtist and T-Rex, the Entertainment social media account, @ProdsThatMatter.