Regal Entertainment is coming out with horror flick Dilim. Directed by the multi-awarded Jose Javier Reyes and starring Rayver Cruz and Kylie Padilla, it is expected to give viewers a spine-tingling theater experience just like the outfit’s previous horror films.
In Dilim, Kylie plays Maritess who goes through nightmares while living in a dormitory. Working student Emerson (played by Rayver) will help Maritess uncover the secret behind the chilling occurrences, which will bring to light the case of missing students played by Ella Cruz and Nathalie Hart.
Both Rayver and Kylie admit to believing in ghosts.Kylie shared that she used to have ghostly experiences while living in Australia.
During the shoot, Rayver and Kylie showed great chemistry. If this turns into something romantic, the Regal matriarch herself, Mother Lily Monteverde, is among those who will be thrilled. She said, “I’ll be very happy in case magkatuluyan sila.”
Dilim premieres on Oct. 22.
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RICHARD YAP TO DO MORE MOVIES AFTER ‘BCWMH’
Now that ABS-CBN’s popular morning show “Be Careful With My Heart” is nearing its end, Richard Yap will have time to do movie projects. Among stars he’d like to work with are Judy Ann Santos and Ai Ai delas Alas, whom he co-starred on “My Binondo Girl.” Richard is now shooting Praybeyt Benjamin starring Vice Ganda.
Richard’s WangFu Chinese Bistro along T. Morato (where most diners are balikbayans are happy to meet Ser Chief in person) is celebrating its first anniversary and they’re offering an “Eat All You Can Dimsum” for a reasonable price. The offer is good up to Oct. 31.
Co-owned by Lester Pimentel Ong and Ace Wang, WangFu will have another branch at UP Town Center, in addition to their branch at Il Terrazzo near ABS-CBN.
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TIDBITS: Happy b-day greetings today, Oct. 21, go to Gabby Claudio, Mitch Valdes, Joey Reyes, Irma Potenciano, Herbert Sy, Tessie E. Rodrigo, Charing Dulalia, Kookoo Gonzales, Ernest Tagle, Celia Cunanan, Joan Menguito, Marirose Sison-Garcia, Jesus Reynaldo V. Palma, Annaliza Velasco, Atty. Harry Roque, Edwin Costa, Stephen Tomas Flores-Joseph, Kathy Tanjuatco, Chelo Banal Formoso, Beth Gelema, and Pica Lozano… Oct. 22: Lindsay Custodio-Platon, Conchitina Veloso, Tereret Liboro, Angel Cruz, Lito Talampas, Virginia R. Velasco, Helen Ong, Nadine C. Teves, Sonny Timbol, Karla Yturzaeta and Matt Evans…