♛MARIAN RIVERA♛ AMAYA➸The Extraordinary Epic Tale Of The Warrior Princess|Nettes⁎39 - Page 246 | Showbiz - Female Celebrities | PinoyExchange

PEx Highlights

We want it spicy!

Craving for spicy foods? PExers shared their recipes and foodie picks here!

read more

For the photography newbies!

Looking for photography tips? This is where our shutterbugs share their tips. Hop in!

read more

Secret love letters!

May mga hindi ka ba masabi sa personal? Dito mo na sabihin ang kwento ng puso mo!

read more

PEx Volleyball Club

Looking for a group where you can learn and enjoy playing volleyball? Know more about PExVC in this forum!

read more

REVIEW: Sausage Party

Are you ready for a different kind of party? Check out our official PEx movie review here!

read more

The Iron Lady of Asia

What is her biggest contribution to our society? Remember Miriam Defensor Santiago's legacy in this thread!

read more


We just need a few minutes of your time. Tell us what you think of PinoyExchange!

Click here

Page 246 of 251 First ... 146 196 236 245 246 247 ... Last
Results 4,901 to 4,920 of 5002
  1. #4901

  2. #4902
    Temptation Island teaser

    wala akong macomment lol


    Yahoo PH 5/12/11


    macalejandre: Sen Bong. Marian, at ako sa set ng Panday 2

    macalejandre: With flavio and arlana sa shooting ng panday 2. Happiness! : )
    Last edited by noodle15; May 12, 2011 at 04:08 PM.

  3. #4903
    Quote Originally Posted by noodle15 View Post
    Temptation Island teaser

    wala akong macomment lol

    Same here.

  4. #4904
    Hindi si Marian yong nakaltalikod sa teaser ano?

  5. #4905
    Budget for costumes used in Amaya reaches P3 million mark; most were sourced from Southeast Asian countries

    Kaye Estoista-Koo
    Thursday, May 12, 2011

    To prepare for her role as a warrior in Amaya, Marian Rivera studied arnis. The fabrics and accessories to be used in GMA-7's epicserye were sourced from Malaysia, Singapore, India, Indonesia.

    Amaya goes all-out in presenting a epic story dating back to the 1500s. Viewers will get to see the pre-colonial life of Filipinos living in the Visayan region through actual villages, infrastructure, clothing, transportation, and battle scenes.

    GMA-7 has been coordinating with the historical department of the University of the Philippines to make sure that every detail on this show is accurate.

    In a previous interview with PEP.ph, Marian said that her character will undergo several transformations as the show progresses. "Pabago-bago ang karakter ko dun. Naging prinsesa, tapos oripun, tapos warrior." Viewers will get to learn about the different social classes during pre-colonial times. The "oripun" is considered the lowest social class, while the "binukot" refers to a princess who is considered to be the most beautiful woman in the land. To prepare for her role as a warrior, Marian revealed that she studied arnis.

    Amaya will depict the intertwined stories of three major tribes: Mangubat, Mugna, and Usog. The Kapuso Network constructed villages for the Mangubat and Bugna tribes at the Lagslas Picnic Ground in Pagsanjan, Laguna.

    Gardo Versoza's character heads the Mangubat tribe, the Mugna tribe is headed by Raymond Bagatsing's character, while the Usog tribe is headed by Vince Aguilar. There is a Jumabon tribe as well but the cultural influences were taken in historical context while the major tribes featured are fictional.

    Costume designer Gino Gonzalez puts his theater background to use by creating the elaborate fashion and accessories for GMA-7's upcoming primetime series. Amaya is the first epicserye on Philippine television with a fictional story yet backed up by historical context.

    Using fabrics from all over the Asian region, the Amaya production team sourced these from Malaysia, Singapore, India, Indonesia--echoing the trade arrangements that happened in those times as well. Gino revealed: "Most of the costumes, made of natural fibers, usually silk. Binili namin sa Little India in Singapore, ang iba ipinahabi namin talaga rito based sa existing pattern na na-research namin."

    According to Gino, the "habis" took a while to create since they really take up time. Patterned after actual designs found in the Visayan and Southeast Asian regions, the team tried to stay away from very distinct tribal patterns to ensure nothing would be taken out of context. The "habis" end up looking regional because of the varied influences.

    The team researched the historical context of the clothing for three months and to date, they are still working on the costumes for the past three weeks of shooting.

    He then shared details about the costumes of the lead actresses of Amaya.

    "Kay Marian lang, second week pa lang, nakakalimang costumes na siya. Ang jewelry niya, merong semiprecious stones. Sina Rochelle [Pangilinan] at Glaiza [de Castro] and gumaganap na mga kapatid niya, kaya magaganda rin ang costumes and jewelry nila."

    When asked if Marian, Rochelle and Glaiza will indeed be going topless for this show, he answered, "Ganoon naman talaga noong panahong iyon, pero hindi naman natin pwedeng ipakita sa TV. Kaya kailangang takpan ng damit o ng suot nilang alahas. Pero kapag may eksenang kailangang tumakbo sila, pinapayagan na naming may suot sila, na hindi naman mahahalata."

    Gino shares that they applied boxer codex, the language of symbols used in the Philippines before the Spaniards arrived. It uses watercolor drawings to represent what people looked like then.

    Accessories and jewelries are sourced from Malaysia (headdresses), the necklaces were done by a local group while other items were done by Bulacan craftsmen who make carosas.

    The tattoo like drawings on the warriors' bodies also take time to create. These drawings represent basic tribal shapes that were provided by two historical consultants. Each of the five tribes represented in Amaya got their own combination of tribal shapes drawn on the bodies of the male warriors.

    Because of the intricacy and attention to detail for all the costumes, Amaya's costume budget has already reached the P3 million mark.

  6. #4906
    Quote Originally Posted by noodle15 View Post
    Temptation Island teaser

    wala akong macomment lol


    Yahoo PH 5/12/11


    macalejandre: Sen Bong. Marian, at ako sa set ng Panday 2

    macalejandre: With flavio and arlana sa shooting ng panday 2. Happiness! : )
    ako may comment
    loka loka talaga si marian
    i'll watch and i enjoy ko lang yong movie pag pinalabas na
    si chris m naman director so im hoping entertaining yong movie

    ganda ni arlana as usual

  7. #4907
    ginatusan ang amaya
    sana itodo na nila promo
    18 days na lang amaya na
    can't wait

    nood muna 24 oras

  8. #4908
    Bаnned by Admіn
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Sa likod mo!
    Quote Originally Posted by noodle15 View Post
    Temptation Island teaser
    Teaser pa lang yan ha! Pero ang dami nang na give away! Pano na kaya kung Full Trailer baka 5mins nanaman ang haba katulad sa Super Inday! Sa totoo lang pwede na tong Trailer!

  9. #4909

    daan lang muna

    nakakatawa ang teaser trailer ng TI

    may news ng Amaya sa CM.

  10. #4910
    Rose Garcia
    Thursday, May 12, 2011
    04:06 PM

    Isang magandang role ang ibinigay ng GMA-7 sa nagbabalik-showbiz na si Raymond Bagatsing.

    Gaganap siyang Datu Bugna, ang ama ng character ni Marian Rivera sa epic-serye na Amaya na nakatakdang mag-pilot episode sa May 30.

    Naka-costume na nga ito nang makausap ng PEP.ph (Philippine Enertainment Portal) at iba pang entertainment press nang magkaroon ng press visit sa set ng Amaya sa may Pagsanjan, Laguna, kahapon, May 11.

    Ikinuwento ni Raymond ang character na ginagampanan sa sinasabing pinaka-ginastusang serye ng GMA-7 sa ngayon.

    "Si Datu Bugna, kumbaga... Si Raha Mangubat [Gardo Versoza] ang presidente noong panahon na yun. Si Raha Mangubat, siya si 'mystical' Raha Mangubat.

    "Mystical kasi siya, at siya ang namumuno, kumbaga, ng buong Pilipinas. Ako, datu...it's like a mayor in one town. Hari ng maliit na bayan."

    Ang tawag naman daw noong Pre-Hispanic time sa isang town ay banwa.

    Dagdag na kuwento pa ni Raymond, "Anak ko ang maliit na Amaya. So, ganito ang costume ko noon, at noong tumanda naman ako, nilagyan na ako ng puting buhok.

    "Ang nanay naman ni Amaya, si Lani Mercado.

    "Kasi, hindi ko ganoon kamahal si Gina Alajar. Naging datu ako dahil sa ama ni Gina.

    "Malapit ako sa father niya kaya parang fixed nga noong mga panahon na yun [ang kasalan].

    "Pero ang mahal ko si Lani, na isang alipin."

    Aware si Raymond na mataas nga raw ang expectations sa kanilang epic-serye.

    "Mataas, mataas. Pero sa tingin ko, mag-e-enjoy sila rito kasi, aside sa historical, panahon ito na wala pa ang mga Kastila.

    "It's good to remember who we we're before the Spanish came.

    "Imagine, ang pangalang Philippines, pinangalan lang tayo kay King Phillip [of Spain], e.

    "Ang pangalan ng bansa natin noon, Maharlika, which means small but great. Ang ganda ng meaning.

    "So, it's just good, historical, at the same time, makikita na para tayong American-Indian noong araw.

    "Matatalino tayo in nature, mystical. It's good to understand them."

    Tinanong naman ng PEP kung ano ang masasabi niya kay Marian Rivera.

    "She's very charming, very pretty," sagot ni Raymond.

  11. #4911
    Quote Originally Posted by mr_boy007 View Post
    Teaser pa lang yan ha! Pero ang dami nang na give away! Pano na kaya kung Full Trailer baka 5mins nanaman ang haba katulad sa Super Inday! Sa totoo lang pwede na tong Trailer!
    wag naman sana.

  12. #4912
    Bаnned by Admіn
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Sa likod mo!
    Trending pala sa Twitter Philippines ang Temptation Island! Nice!

    c/o dazzlingivan

  13. #4913
    AdventuresOfTinTin jammerakwaii10's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Okay, at first TI movie is going to suck donkey balls but the trailer is like watching a train-wreck waiting to happen IN A GOOD WAY.

  14. #4914

  15. #4915
    bakit ganon teaser ng TI

  16. #4916

  17. #4917

  18. #4918

  19. #4919
    Marian Rivera’s Amaya will take viewers back in time
    05/12/2011 | 11:25 PM

    Dadalhin ng pinakahihintay na epicserye sa telebisyon na Amaya, ang mga manonood sa sinaunang panahon ng Pilipinas, at ipakikita kung gaano kayaman ang kulturang Pilipino bago pa man dumating ang mga mananakop na Kastila.

    Bukod sa Kapuso primetime queen na si Marian Rivera, na gaganap bilang princess warrior na si Amaya, labis din ang pasasalamat nina Raymond Bagatsing at Gina Alajar sa pagkakasama nila sa itinuturing pinakamalaking project ng GMA Network.

    Sa In The Limelight ng GMA News TV 11, sinabi ni Direk Mac Alejandre, na humingi ng gabay ang production team ng Amaya sa mga eksperto ng UP College of History upang maging makatotohanan ang epicserye.

    “Mayroon kaming dalawang consultant na naka-guide sa amin habang binubuo yung istorya, nang matapos ang script at nang ini-execute," ayon kay Direk Mac.

    Naging metikuloso rin umano ang paghahanda sa costume ng mga karakter sa Amaya para maging tugma ito sa kasuotan noong sinaunang panahon. Kabilang dito ang mga damit ng mga hari at prinsesa na ang materyales ay inangkat pa sa ibang bansa.

    "Binili sa Singapore saka sa Malaysia dahil doon nakakahanap ng mas akmang print, mas akmang tela," anang direktor.

    Paliwanag pa ni Direk Mac, ang Amaya ay ibinase sa pre-colonial Philippines sa Visayas region.

    “We tried to be as historically accurate — architecture, pati costume, pati kulay, pati weapon, lahat ‘yan," pahayag niya.

    Sa hiwalay na ulat ng Chika Minute ng GMA news 24 Oras nitong Huwebes, sinabi ni entertainment reporter Aubrey Carampel, na mistula silang bumalik sa unang panahon nang bisitahin ang set ng Amaya sa Laguna.

    Bukod sa mga itinayong istraktura na kagaya noong unang panahon, nakasuot ng makukulay na damit ang ilang cast ng Amaya, at topless naman ang ilang kababaihan na gumaganap sa papel na mga “alipin."

    “Ang mga shot ni Direk parang pelikula, yung set talagang ginastusan. Hindi lang siya maganda talagang historical… kung papano tayo, meron na tayong sariling sibilisasyon nuong araw," ayon kay Raymond.

    Pahayag naman ng batikang aktres at director na si Ms Gina, kahit sino umanong artista ay maghahangad na mapabilang sa napakalaking proyektong ito ng Kapuso Network.

    Kuwento rin ni Ms Gina, gaganap na reyna at kontrabida ni Marian, para siyang bumalik sa unang panahon ng Pilipinas dahil sa Amaya.

    “The beauty of movie making or television mapupunta ka doon sa panahon na ‘di mo na maaring balikan," ayon kay Ms Gina.

    “Pag higher pala (ang estado) sa sa’yo ang isang tao, hindi ka puwedeng mag-eye contact (noong unang panahon), palihis ang tingin," dagdag pa niya.

    Pero bukod sa nakamamangha at nakalululang produksiyon ng Amaya, sinabi ni Direk Mac na dapat abangan ng mga manonood ang magandang kuwento ng epicserye.

    “Ang halaga ng Amaya ay ang istorya nito, ang istorya nito na sinisiguro namin sa mga manonood ay kaakibat, kapantay o kung hindi man higit pa sa inaasahan nila na naantig at pupukaw sa kanilang puso," pagtiyak ni Direc Mac. -- Fidel R Jimenez, GMA News

  20. #4920
    (The Philippine Star) Updated May 13, 2011

    MANILA, Philippines - Mikael Daez is now officially a Kapuso after signing an exclusive contract with GMA Network last Wednesday.

    After appearing in the pilot episode of Spooky Nights as one of Marian Rivera’s love interests, he is set to take part on GMA 7’s biggest television production ever, Amaya. Here, Mikael reunites with Marian as he takes on the role of Lumad, an uripon warrior and Amaya’s loyal protector who falls in love with the beautiful heroine and will do everything for the love of his life.

Page 246 of 251 First ... 146 196 236 245 246 247 ... Last

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts