Piolo Pascual is numero uno on Cinema One for 2015

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    Tagged as Cinema One’s NUMERO UNO choice artistforJanuary 2015, top billed Kapamilya leading man Piolo Pascual will be spicing up TV screens as his best performances in high-grossing movies will be featured all month long in Cinema One. Pascual, known for his diverse acting roles in Philippine cinema, has starred in blockbuster films that have left a mark in history.

    Some of his must-see films that will be shown this January in the country’s number one cable channel are “Every Breath U Take” a romantic comedy opposite Angelica Panganiban on January 9 (Friday, 11AM), the 2004 romantic drama “Milan” which earned Pascual his FAMAS Award for Best Actor on January 14 (Thursday, 5PM), the Erik Matti action-packed crime film “On The Job” which was one of the 21 films selected under the Directors’ Fortnight category in the prestigious 2013 Cannes Film Festival on January 23 (Friday, 10PM), and the 2014 blockbuster romantic comedy film “Starting Over Again” opposite Toni Gonzaga on January 30 (Friday,10PM).

    As the male icon of Cinema One, Pascual is a household name in the country, scoring more than 20 films since 1993 and has worked as a film producer as well aside from his TV and modelling stints. Catch the best performances of Piolo Pascual this January only on the number one Cable Channel which celebrated its 20th year, Cinema One!

    For more information, visit Cinema One’s official Facebook page (www. facebook.com/Cinema1channel).

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