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Till There Was You opened to a record-breaking P10M (and even beat the first day box-office receipts of foreign competitor X-Men 2).
Release Date: April 30, 2003
Director: Bb. Joyce Bernal
Philippine Gross: P100M+
Bakit 'Di Totohanin took in a total of P25M in four days.
Release Date: August 29, 2001
Director: Boots Plata
Philippine Gross: P100M+
Kahit Isang Saglit earned a whopping P8M two hours after the theaters opened and P50M in two days.
Release Date: November 15, 2000
Director: Gilbert Perez
Philippine Gross: P100M+
ESPERANZA = Socorro/Esperanza and Brian
KAHIT ISANG SAGLIT = Annie and Michael
JADS (BODYGUARD) = Aileen and Dino
JADS (JACK EN JOY-LIUS) = Jack/Jacqueline and Julius
JADS (LAB KITA ESTRANGHERA) = Elizabeth and Jose
SA PUSO KO IINGATAN KA = Patricia and Jordan
BAKIT DI TOTOHANIN = Kate/Katong and Paul
MMK (PIER 39) = Arlene and Miguel
ARRIBA ARRIBA = Julie Ann and Paolo
TILL THERE WAS YOU = Joanna and Albert
SA PILING MO = Jennifer and Adrian
UNTITLED MOVIE = Abby and Vince
Ms. Judy Ann Santos
...as Lisa in Magkapatid
...as Grace in Mano Po 2
...as Inya in Aishite Imasu 1941
...and in the title role of Sabel
Mr. Piolo Pascual
...as Gregory in Lagarista
...as Primo in Mila
...as Lino in Milan
...and as Jules in Dekada '70
GAWAD TANGLAW - CHAIRMAN's AWARD for EXCELLENCE in ACTING
ENTERTAINMENT PRESS SOCIETY - GOLDEN SCREEN
MANUNURI NG PELIKULANG PILIPINO - GAWAD URIAN
METRO MANILA FILM FESTIVAL-PHILIPPINES 2002
U.P. FILM DESK of the YOUNG CRITICS CIRCLE
GMMSF (SPECIAL RECOGNITION for RARE GRAND SLAM)
Juday plays a corporate woman who is searching for her bestfriend who is engaged to be married to her brother. Piolo plays a folksinger who gets entangled in Juday's search as they take a roadtrip to Baguio, Sagada and Banaue. When two people from different worlds meet...sparks are bound to fly... They were both not ready to fall in love...but how long can you tempt fate and fight destiny...With the working title of AUBREY, the film is STAR CINEMA's opening salvo for next year so PLEASE WATCH OUT FOR IT...
Last edited by destinybelieve; Nov 28, 2005 at 04:02 PM.
After a series of pre-production activities of story conferences, workshops and photo shoots, the taping for Judy Ann and Piolo's highly-anticipated teleserye began on August 11, 2005. SA PILING MO reunites their tandem with the Esperanza directorial team of Rory Quintos and Jerry Lopez Sineneng. Taping has stopped indefinitely to give way to their movie.
After an unbearably long hiatus of two years and twelve weeks (but hey, who's counting?), Judy Ann and Piolo wowed the crowds in Pasadena with a medley of their television (Esperanza and Sa Puso Ko, Iingatan Ka) and movie (Esperanza, Kahit Isang Saglit, Bakit 'Di Totohanin and Till There Was You) theme songs. As an added nostalgic touch, they sang the Guy-Pip national anthem Together Again to the delight of their loyal fans. In San Francisco, Judy Ann and Piolo unselflishly shared the stage with their seeming heir apparents Bea and John Lloyd in the syrupy romantic ditty Because of You. Both telecasts beat SOP in the Mega Manila ratings.
Well, PICTURE MOM is the working title of their new movie, but don't sue me if the producers change the title when it hits the big screen early this year. Like in real life, Piolo plays a single father saddled with a child, and his kid is made to believe that Judy Ann is her mother. Things get a bit screwed up when Judy Ann and Piolo play house for the sake of the little one, when in fact she just couldn't stand him. You can't wait to see the movie, can you? Well, neither can I.
The love team that sizzled on the big screen is now brought to the tube. Fans saw an already-married Judy Ann and Piolo battling fierce kontrabida forces in their soap, Sa Puso Ko, Iingatan Ka, week in and week out. Judy Ann's relationship with Piolo is now more stable, as they are able to see each other on a daily basis. And they keep telling the public they are just friends. But why won't the rumors go away? Premiered June 18, 2001. Ended February 13, 2003. Jose Javier Reyes directed the initial episodes before Gilbert Perez took over.
Yeah, sure, the movie was a Girl Fight rip-off, but who cares, right? Nobody, judging by how big a hit it became at the box office. The Judy Ann-Piolo phenomenon has gone stronger than ever. Suddenly every girl wanted to be a boxer, and every boxer girl wanted to have a trainer as handsome as Piolo (even as he is drenched in his own sweat).
Judy Ann and Piolo work on a movie the second time around. Kahit Isang Saglit showcased the loveteam on screen, with Leandro Munoz completing the love triangle. The Judy Ann-Piolo fan base found a strong foundation and has started to go loco more than ever. Leandro here was eternally wearing white - and for those of you who have seen it, you know why. And for those of you who didn't get to see it, check out your local video rental stores.
Finally, the audiences started to take heed and notice. Originally slated to play a villain, Piolo joined Esperanza around six months before the soap drew to a close. When the production staff and spectators alike sensed a different chemistry exuding between these two characters, they decided to change Piolo's role to Judy Ann's suitor (and then later on, boyfriend) in the story. Wowie de Guzman reportedly ate his heart out upon finding out.