(UPDATED) The untitled film is their first since 'Starting Over Again'
(UPDATED) Check out how Billy Crawford, Coleen Garcia, Maine Mendoza, and more spent the holidays!
(UPDATED) Despite the Americanization of our Christmas celebration, old practices and traditions from the Spanish colonial period remain with us to this day
'Coco' director Lee Unkrich reveals casting news for 3 leads – and shows us stunning concept art for the film
The two stars and director Joyce Bernal speak up about not making it to the lineup of the 2016 Metro Manila Film Festival
Their new movie is to be directed by Joyce Bernal under Star Cinema
Some Filipinos are still rushing home or shopping for their loved ones and Noche Buena preparations
From artisanal pastries to savory dishes suited to big gatherings, from healthy options to booze-spiked sweets – these are great ideas for Noche Buena, potluck dinners, or gifts
While analysts and statisticians crunch the numbers, there are little known wage earners who gather the data: field interviewers
Rappler multimedia reporters Ayee Macaraig and Buena Bernal are selected to cover the world's largest anti-corruption conference in Malaysia in September
Were laborers among President Benigno Aquino III's bosses?
Part of the government's commitment to uphold international labor standards is monitoring and regulating businesses so that jobs created are not mere sources of income but are also safe, secure, and decent
Migrant workers' rights advocate Susan 'Toots' Ople explains that human trafficking almost always starts with illegal recruitment – the promise of overseas employment
'There’s nothing [here], that’s why they run to Indonesia.... All I want that somebody helps us. We just want our family to come home.'
Handliners are often subjected to hazardous working conditions, sleeping in cramped quarters with no clean and adequate water months away from home
Notwithstanding allegations against her, there is no justification for the heartless and brutal slay of Batangueña journalist Melinda 'Mei' Magsino
Maritess Veloso Laurente, sister of the OFW on Indonesia's death row, wants to return to Bahrain through the legal process: 'Ayaw ko magaya sa kapatid ko.'
Instead of celebrating with their family, a group of good samaritans decide to spend their Christmas eve on the streets, giving gifts to the homeless and the poor
There's no holiday for troops involved in law enforcement operations in Sulu, where the military is leading the hunt for Abu Sayyaf members still holding at least 7 hostages
The cardinal's call comes as the Philippines prepares for the visit of the pro-poor Pope Francis in January 2015
Prices of Noche Buena favorites keep soaring through the years. But there is no stopping Filipinos from spending
DTI monitors prices for Noche Buena products to stabilize prices and supplies during the spike in shopping activities leading to Christmas
Rocco, Kris, Alden give their take on the actor’s decision
How does this horror-comedy measure up to Vhong Navarro's body of work?
Unit buyers claim the loan obtained by the developer was at the expense of people who were simply trying to find a place they could call home
The actors are set to star in horror-comedy film 'Da Possessed'
It will be a series of two one-act plays about the remains of the past as they haunt the present lives of the characters
One of the UP Tacloban students told us: 'Thank you for spending your time with us, for sacrificing...for making us feel that we are not alone'
The Department of Trade and Industry catches some supermarkets and stores with higher prices or improperly marked products
The procurement of medicines by local governments has been a major source of corruption, politicking, and even risk to doctors' lives
Nene Lichauco of Bgy Bel-Air in Makati City has served for 30 years as village chief but corruption charges haunt her
GMA-7 serye 'Genesis' promises full-scale high drama in apocalyptic, politically charged setting
The star returns to familiar genre, which is a departure for rom-com hitmaker Joyce Bernal
'It’s in my blood and I’m proud that my parents are Rudy Fernandez and Lorna Tolentino.'
Upcoming 'Prinsesa ng Buhay Ko,' first GMA serye in HD, reunites love team
Film critic Nicanor Tiongson says Ninoy Aquino's assassination united the arts, which in turn 'slowly forged' unity among various sectors of society against a common enemy
Film by British director Sean Ellis is the latest creative portrait of storied metropolis
The challenge hounding DOH and the FDA is finding the balance between innovation and sound regulation
Edita Burgos' story also highlights activist roots of filmmakers, with nuanced turn by Lorna Tolentino and Rocco Nacino
Just the right mix of big studio production, love team 'kilig' romance, witty humor
Jeffrey Jeturian 'dramedy' also celebrates the happy chaos of filmmaking
'Maynila sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag' still thrives in its critical acclaim almost 40 years after its release
Contrasting claims about the pros and cons of e-cigarettes leave government in a quandary
Rappler takes a look back at the Aquino administration's healthcare agenda
Angelo Valencia finds purpose in shifting from corporate law to building classrooms for the benefit of children in far-flung areas
Pneumonia is one of the primary causes of infant mortality in the Philippines
Venus Bernal turned back the hands of time in leading Cignal HD to a straight-set win over Petron Blaze.
Singkuwento Internasyonal organizes benefit for renowned film, theater actress
Two Filipinos overcome financial hurdles and graduate with honors in US military schools, while another cadet enters this year