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FBois are the new Bagets

Viva Films’ #Fbois is obviously the new version of Bagets, the entertainment outfit’s classic movie on young lives, juvenile fun and escapades.

Headed by Julian Trono who had already done starring roles, the batch is composed of Vitto Marquez (son of Joey Marquez and Alma Moreno), Dan Huschka, Andrew Muhlach and Jack Reid, all with showbiz lineages.

In their upcoming movie Squad Goals #Fbois, they will try to give more meaning to the #Fbois (the millennials call it “fuckboys”), as it already has a negative and sexual meaning.

According to direk Mark Meily, “There are other meanings to the word. In the movie, it has encountered a lot of things that led to its having new connotations and more positive definitions. 

MILLENNIAL BOYS. The cast of Viva Film’s ‘Squad Goals #Fbois’ (from left) Jack Reid, Vitto Marquez, Julian Trono, Andrew Muhlach and  Dan Huschka.
 
We try to connect and reconnect with the old ones and the so-called millennials. We should not be too entitled to things and people. We should not be too judgmental as well. Balanse lang.”

This new batch of youngsters is bent on proving what direk Meily is trying to say.

“It’s just like an old stuff. The style and fashion just come back, with new people using and wearing them. The meaning of the word changes according to use,” said Vitto, who described himself to be both new and old person because of what his parents taught him.

“I believe it’s all a matter of perception. We may come from an entirely different generation, but who are we without the people before us? My brother (James Reid) is only a few years older than me, and he himself is a millennial, but when he teaches me things and stuff on showbiz, he speaks like my parent or even my grandparent,” added Jack.

We are telling you, these good-looking young guys who definitely inherited the good genes of their folks, have more to offer than what they have between their ears and legs. 

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Richard Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati are expecting their second baby, whom they would call “Kai” soon.

But prior to the baby’s coming, they are also planning for their wedding. The only problem according to Chard is that both their parents wish for a grand one.

“As much as possible, we want a very intimate one, with only our dearest friends and relatives with us. We want to do it in Switzerland or on a beach or on a mountain,” shared Chard over at Kuya Abunda’s show.

Their parents wanted a bigger ceremony and with everybody there witnessing. “They also want to hold it in Cebu City,” added Chard.

It is a problem that the couple will try to resolve before everything blows out of proportion. But at the end of the day, they’re the ones getting married di ba? It should be their call.

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How true that this very young actor, who had witnessed a not so fine incident involving his “role models,” is now seeing a psychologist?

According to our sources, this very handsome newbie is feared to have been traumatized after personally witnessing the infamous ‘face-slapping’ off cam incident between a leading man and a lead actress.

“He sometimes cries without any reason, He sometimes stops talking when something catches his attention. We are worried,” said one of our sources.

Other source claimed that they have invited a resource person, an expert in the field, to talk to those who had played witnesses to the unbecoming ways of supposedly professional artists.

And this same resource person advised the newbie actor to continue seeing him by reporting to him for further “deepening sessions” so they could  finally get rid of those nasty feelings he experienced after witnessing such incident.

What a good way to recover di ba?

Topics: Viva Films , #Fbois , Bagets , Julian Trono , Vitto Marquez , Dan Huschka , Andrew Muhlach , Jack Reid
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