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Free movie tickets for elderly, PWD in Makati

Free movie tickets in Makati reach P18 million

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Makati Mayor Abby Binay disclosed that the city government has paid more than P18 million to five cinema-partners for free movie tickets issued to senior citizens and persons with disability (PWD) in the first six months of 2019. The mayor said...

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Taguig celebrates Linggo ng Kabataan

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Taguigeño student leaders surely learned more about the colorful history, traditions and even what makes our beloved probinsyudad unique during the city tour held last August 15, Thursday. Together with Taguig SK Federation Vice President Jom...

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Ryan Reynolds leaks ‘Detective Pikachu’ on Twitter

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Are you a Pokémon fan? Or maybe a fan of Ryan Reynolds? If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, then you probably got excited when the film’s lead actor on May 8 tweeted a link to the full Pokémon: Detective Pikachu movie uploaded on YouTube.

The video, watermarked with the actor’s name, opens with the logos of Warner Bros., Legendary, and The Pokémon Company, followed by a scene with actor Justice Smith taking a stroll in what seems to be Ryme City.

That’s just about the most you’d get out of what is probably real footage from the film as the video quickly cuts to Pikachu dancing – for more than an hour and a half!

Talk about trolling fans.

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is based on the popular Japanese video game of the same name, featuring characters from the animé series.

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is now showing in Philippine theaters.

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