Na-shock sa pumping scenes!

THE Significant Other is admittedly an adult film.

Gaano ka-daring ang love scenes nina Tom Rodriguez, Lovi Poe, at Erich Gonzales?

“Wala namang exposure,” Tom asseverated at the February 11 press conference of the movie that was held at the High Grounds Cafe, Sct. Rallos in Quezon City.

However, they acted out some delicate scenes for the very first time and it turned out to be very, very tasteful and interesting.

At this juncture, the GMA-7 actor turned to director Joel Lamangan to ask permission if he could narrate the sensitive scene they did
in the movie. “Sabihin ko ba? Yung pump, first time kong magawa sa isang pelikula,” he quipped. “Si Direk, nanggulat pa! Sa rehearsal, wala. Tapos bigla nung take na, nandito yung camera tapos sabi niya, ‘Pump!'”

Amused, Tom continued, “It’s awkward when you’re doing it there but it really helps in the scene,” he said as an after thought. “I don’t want to spoil anything but yung scene na audible lang, simulated yung sound.

“Pasensiya na lang po dun sa ospital na pinag-shootingan namin, medyo may na-violate po akong hospital bed dun, para lang ma-simulate yung mga tunog.

“That was really me going out of my comfort zone. But in a good way, it stretched me out as a person and as an actor.
I’m very thankful for the experience.

“Parang masterclass. The whole movie is like a masterclass for me.”

Looking back, Lovi supposedly had the same experience with Tom.

“Nakwento ko kasi before kay Tom na noong nag-shoot kami ng movie ni Direk Joel,” she asseverated, “I swear talaga, sumisigaw si Direk, ‘Pump! Pump!’

“Nung kami naman ni Tom, siya naman yung nandun at sumisigaw si Direk ng ‘Pump!’

“Ngumiti lang ako sa kanya (Tom) at sabi ko, ‘Told yah.'”

The Kapuso actress said they had to do it for authenticity sake.

To make the scene look real, since mag-asawa raw sila rito, they need to do certain things.

“Daya naman po siya siyempre, pero iba naman po ang shot but once you watch it, pag nabuo na yung eksena, maiintindihan mo kung bakit kailangan talaga gawin yun.”

LIBERTY BOYS NAG-NOSTALGIA SA REUNION DINNER

Nagkaroon ng reunion dinner kamakailan ang grupo ng Liberty Boys na sina Rey “PJ” Abellana, Edgar Mande, Lito Pimentel at Patrick dela Rosa. Edgar Mande had it posted in his Facebook account last Thursday, the February 8, Saisaki Megamall get together of the group.

It will be remembered that the Liberty Boys had risen to fame during the ‘80s.

Feisty entertainment columnist Alfie Lorenzo was their manager that time and he passed away last Agosto 2017.

They were jointly called Liberty Boys because they stayed together in an apartment along Liberty Street in Cubao, Quezon City.

Unang sumikat sa Liberty Boys si Patrick dela Rosa by way of his tooth paste commercial.

He was launched into stardom by way of the Regal films Shame opposite the ill-fated bold star Claudia Zobel. They did a follow up movie after that which were Uhaw Sa Pag-ibig and Sinner Or Saint.

Way back in the ‘90s, he became the villain in action movies like Baril Matalik Kong Kaibigan, Ibabaon Kita Sa Lupa, Barbaro Santo, Kontra Puwersa, Sgt. Gabo Boga, Apoy Sa Lupang Hinirang, Tikboy Tikas, Suspek, Kapag Kumulo Ang Dugo at marami pang iba.

He was incarcerated in the year 2010 supposedly because of a rape case with a 20-year old student.

Rey ‘PJ’ Abellana had risen to fame when he became the leading man of numerous actress. His name has become a byword when he joined the top-rating soap Anna Liza sometime in the year 1980 where Leni Santos was her leading-lady.

He and Leni worked as a tandeam in these movies: Sa Ngalan Ng Anak (1983), Mga Ibong Pipit (1983), Iiyak Ka Rin (1983), Goodah (1984), The Punks (1984) at Forward March (1987).

He also worked with Sharon Cuneta in the movie Bukas Luluhod And Mga Tala (1984), Pati Ba Pintig Ng Puso (1985), Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig (1987) at Oras-Oras, Araw-Araw (1989).

PJ’s still active at the moment and he appeared in several teleserye like Gaano Kita Kamahal, Langit Sa Piling Mo, Rubi, Juanita Banana, Dahil Sa Pag-ibig, Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin, More Than Words, Because Of You, Trops at Alyas Robin Hood.

He is the father of the Kapuso actress Carla Abellana.

The most serious actor among the Liberty Boys is Lito Pimentel.

He first appeared in the critically-acclaimed films Moral (1982) and Broken Marriage (1983).

Naging effective na comedian rin si Lito and he did a series of sexy comedies like Sex Education, Lover’s Delight, Flavor of the Month, Mga Paru-Parong Buking, Erpat Kong Forgets and Stupid Cupid.

Sa grupo ng Liberty Boys, si Edgar Mande ang pinakatahimik pero may pinakamalakas na sex appeal.

He first appeared at the soap Anna Liza. He did some sexy movies during the ‘80s like Kirot, Angkinin Mo Ako, Uhaw Sa Pag-ibig, Naiibang Hayop, Short Time, Hanguin Mo Ako Sa Putik, Sex Education, Take Home Girls, Ligaw Na Bunga, Sanay at Kailan Tama Ang Mali.

He stopped making movies in the year 2004 when he migrated to San Diego, California.

PAOLO BALLESTEROS, WALANG BALAK MAGSULAT NG TELL-ALL MEMOIR!

Kung si Mark Bautista ay pinag-usapan at naging kontrobersyal dahil sa kanyang Beyond The Mark autobiography, gusto ni Paolo Ballesteros na mag-publish ng compilation ng kanyang amazing makeup transformations.

“Memeykapan ko ang sarili ko, medyo mahaba-habang time, e,” he said. “Medyo busy kaya naurong.”

Bakit ayaw niya gumawa ng autobiography?

Kung ano raw kasi ‘yung nakikita nila sa Eat Bulaga, yun na ‘yon.

Hindi ka pwedeng magkunwari doon, stressed Paolo when interviewed at the presscon of Amnesia Love.

When the topic of Mark being a bisexual surfaced, Paolo said that he admired the singer-actor’s feistiness and honesty.

“Hindi dapat i-judge si Mark,” he asseverated. “Ang tapang niya nga kasi sinabi niya.

“In a way, parang, kebs ko.

“Ako nga patumpik-tumpik, pa-joke-joke eh pero siya, isinulat pa niya sa libro.

“Siguro kasi nagtrabaho siya sa New York.

“Siguro, roon niya nakilala ang sarili niya kasi ‘yung mga tao sa New York, sobrang open, ‘di ba?”

‘Yun nah!

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And with that, ito po ang Kuya Pete ninyo na nagsasabing, Christopher, my son, I love you very, very much, my love for you goes beyond eternity.

Adios. Mabalos. I always need you, Nhong! DAPAT LANG!/PETE G. AMPOLOQUIO, JR.

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