Angel Locsin And Richard Gutierrez Will Reunite For A New Movie

Headlines, hot news, and conversation starters on May 10, 2017!

1 In a conference held yesterday, it was announced that Angel Locsin and her former love team partner, Richard Gutierrez, will reunite for a Star Cinema movie (Deets to be announced!). It's the first time the two will work together after their last movie 10 years ago, and we CAN'T. WAIT. TO. WATCH. IT. (

2 Controversial pro-Duterte blogger and MTRCB member Mocha Uson is the new assistant secretary to the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) and will handle Malacanang Palace's official social media accounts, according to PCOO Secretary Martin Andanar. (Philstar)

3 In lighter news, actor Kylie Padilla proudly showed off her baby bump in a maternity shoot with Nice Print Photo; captioning one of the photos, "All about you, love," and intentionally cropping her face out so fans could focus on her belly! (

4 In an exclusive interview, 13 Reasons Why showrunner Bryan Yorkey revealed that Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) will still be a part of season 2: "...there is this question of is someone responsible for Hannah's death?...One way we'll explore that question is through the trial and also through all of these kids reflecting on where they are a few months down the road and what other secrets are being uncovered. That's going to take us into the past, into Hannah's story. We're going to get some new context for events we already know about and we're going to see a lot of things we hadn't even heard about yet that fill in some really interesting gaps in our understanding of who Hannah Baker was and what her life was." We're already counting down the days until season 2, even if they haven't even released a date yet! (Entertainment Weekly)

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5 Uh-oh, Sansa Stark is in a bit of trouble! Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner has come under fire for apparently using the N word in an Instagram story that was shared and deleted by fitness guru Brendan Fallis. But instead of keeping silent, she released a statement saying, "I used the word 'motherf--kers' in a recent video posted in an Instagram story and not a hateful racial slur that has been suggested. I am incredibly upset that anyone would think otherwise, and I want to make it clear that I would never use such an abhorrent word." (E! Online)

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