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Manila Mayor Isko Moreno to star in an MMFF film?

by | Entertainment

Sep. 09, 19 | 3:48 pm

Manila Mayor Isko Moreno might have a big screen comeback for an upcoming Metro Manila Film Festival film.

Reports say that Moreno will join the film ‘Jolly Spirit Squad’ to be directed by Chiqui Lacsamana and JR Reyes.

Other celebrities who will be joining the famous mayor are Lotlot De Leon, Epy Quizon, Glydel Mercado and Tonton Gutierrez.

The film is eyeing to be part of this year’s MMFF line up.

No confirmation yet from Moreno’s camp if indeed the Manila Mayor will make a big screen comeback.

He was last seen with ‘Ang Probinsyano’ star Coco Martin which prompted speculations about a possible showbiz project.

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Gang jailed, to be deported for stealing from vehicles in Dubai

Gang jailed, to be deported for stealing from vehicles in Dubai

An African gang of three brothers were sentenced to six-month imprisonment followed by deportation after a Dubai Court found them guilty of theft. READ ALSO: Valet driver charged for stealing from workmate’s car in Dubai They were caught by Dubai Police while robbing...

Woman nabbed for torturing her child in Abu Dhabi

Woman nabbed for torturing her child in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi Police arrested a woman for filming her assault to her child. The beating stemmed from a dispute between the parents of the kid. In a statement Abu Dhabi Police said the woman was arrested after videos of it spread on social media. The viral videos received...

Construction of Bulacan Airport to start this year- DOTR

Construction of Bulacan Airport to start this year- DOTR

The construction of the Php734-billion Bulacan Airport will push through this year, an official from the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said. Transportation Assistant Secretary Giovanni Lopez said Transport Secretary Art Tugade gave San Miguel president Ramon Ang...

Dubai cleaner steals 86 luxury watches, sells them after

Dubai cleaner steals 86 luxury watches, sells them after

The Dubai Court of First Instance is hearing the case of a cleaner who allegedly stole 86 luxury watches worth Dh8.3 million. In a report on the Khaleej Times, the Indian cleaner was accused of stealing watches from the jewelry shop he was working with. Two Pakistani...

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