WATCH: The Second Kwentong Jollibee for Valentine’s is About First Dates

After releasing the first of its three-part Kwentong Jollibee series, the fastfood chain has shared the second video, entitled “First Date.”

This clip is directed by Pepe Diokno, whose debut film Engkwentro was selected at the 2009 Venice Film Festival. It won the Lion of the Future – “Luigi de Laurentiis” Award for Best Debut Film and the Orizzonti Prize for new trends in cinema.

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WATCH: Antoinette Jadaone Directs “LDR,” This Valentine’s First Kwentong Jollibee

The award-winning Kwentong Jollibee series is back again this Valentine’s season to send forth the message of finding strength in love. Now on its fifth year, the fastfood chain’s popular Kwentong Jollibee gives a triple treat of romantic videos inspired by love stories in the time of the pandemic.

Jollibee invited Antoinette Jadaone to direct the first episode, called LDR. It follows the story of sweet couple Brian and Mina. When the announcement of the lockdown was made, they found themselves stuck in a long-distance relationship just like many couples. Guided by their love for each other, Brian and Mina take on courageous efforts to make their relationship work despite the distance. Will they be able to withstand the test of separation?

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WATCH: The Trailer of “Godzilla vs. Kong” is Here and it Looks EPIC

Legends collide in Godzilla vs. Kong as these mythic adversaries meet in a spectacular battle for the ages, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance.

Kong and his protectors undertake a perilous journey to find his true home and with them is Jia, a young orphaned girl with whom he has formed a unique and powerful bond. They unexpectedly find themselves in the path of an enraged Godzilla, cutting a swath of destruction across the globe.  The epic clash between the two titans—instigated by unseen forces—is only the beginning of the mystery that lies deep within the core of the Earth.

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Here are the Asian Dramas You Can Stream This Month on iQIYI

Work and school may have begun but new adventures and a world of discovery await everyone’s me-time on iQIYI International, which just released a fresh list of Asian drama, movies, and reality shows. This January, there are fresh drops of iQIYI original and exclusive content aplenty, from C- and K-content to Japanese anime sure to bring on the feels, the giggles, or the suspense depending on what tickles one’s fancy.

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Here’s What to Watch on hayu Over the Holidays

The holiday season is all about bonding moments with people you love and care about. Make this the happiest month of the year by spending quality time with your family and enjoying the little things that count – such as watching your favorite shows on hayu.

For the month of December, hayu has lined up an exciting list of programs that will surely keep you engaged:

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It’s Spooky Szn: Here are True Crime Docuseries You Can Binge-Watch

I love true crime. Ever since I was young, I enjoy reading about serial killers and watching movies and TV shows about the depravity of the human mind like The Silence of the Lambs, American Psycho, and Forensic Files. The genre nurtured my childhood dream of working in a mental institution, which was partly realized when I interned at the National Center for Mental Health for my psychology degree. As an adult, I discovered the world of podcasts and I religiously follow My Favorite Murder  (my friend recently started Super Evil, the country’s first serialized true crime podcast, listen to it here).

So, of course, October would be a great time to double down on spooky content. While others would focus on the supernatural kind (which I am scared of), I want to focus on something that’s a little more real: the horrific things people can do to each other.

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5 Easy Steps to Make Your Binge-Watching Fun and Comfortable

If you’re like most people, you’re probably spending a good part of the community quarantine transfixed before your TVs or streaming gadgets. With most of our time being indoors these days, binge-watching has become a great and safe way to pass the long hours, allowing us to enjoy ourselves.

Reality TV on demand service hayu shares some tips on how you can avoid turning into a couch potato while watching your favorite entertainment series:

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