1 Elisse Joson and Mccoy De Leon are emerging as one of the country’s cutest love teams—but is this also the case IRL? In a joint interview on Tonight with Boy Abunda, Mccoy shed light on all the dating rumors by admitting that he and Elisse are perfectly fine being friends for now. “Wala pa sa isip namin talaga. Nako-kontento kami ngayon. 'Pag may panahon siguro, hindi rin natin masasabi,” the 21-year-old revealed. Mccoy also shared his courting strategy, saying, “Ako kasi pag nanliligaw ako, hindi ko sinasabi, 'Puwede bang manligaw?' Basta ipinaparamdam ko lang.” Elisse then joked, “Ayaw ko naman po mag-assume. Para po sa akin, kailangan ko pong malaman, especially kasi si Mccoy friendly po siya sa mga babae.” LOL! Good luck with that, you two! (ABS-CBN)
2 Here’s another movie to add to your must-see list! In Jackie, the super talented Natalie Portman takes on the role of iconic former US First Lady Jackie Kennedy Onassis. The film, which already garnered positive reviews among critics and is getting some Oscar buzz, just released an official teaser trailer—and it’s as stunning and gripping as we counted on it to be. (Vanity Fair)
3 OMG! New details about the Kim Kardashian robbery case have emerged, and it’s disturbing AF. An insider close to the investigation just revealed that other guests in the posh Hôtel Pourtalès had no clue that anything was even going on. The source said, “[They] did not hear a thing when she was screaming for help.” He added, “Forensic enquiries have also been carried out, but as yet there is no useful DNA evidence.” (Us Weekly)
4 If you enjoyed Gone Girl, then head to the cinemas this week for another movie that'll keep you on the edge of your seat! Centered on the mysterious disappearance of one woman, The Girl on the Train is a gripping film told through three different points of view. We admit that at times, the movie gets a bit confusing and the screenplay struggles to deliver. Ultimately, it’s Emily Blunt’s powerful portrayal of the titular character Rachel that keeps the movie on track.
Just what information is hidden in Rachel’s alcoholic blackouts? Why can’t she remember what happened, especially after waking up covered in blood? Watch the movie to find out!
5 Kristin Chenoweth, whom you may know for her Broadway turn as Glinda in Wicked and as April Rhodes in Glee, gets us every single time! During her stint on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Kristin showed off her vocal range with an operatic rendition of the Game of Thrones theme song. Amusing and amazing!
Additional text by Andie Estella