Sine Novela Presents: “Kaya Kong Abutin Ang Langit” And “Tinik Sa Dibdib”

For the first time in GMA’s Sine Novela history two classical remakes will be launched back-to-back. Kaya Kong Abutin ang Langit and Tinik sa Dibdib are both outstanding classics of their time.

Filling in the shoe of super star Nora Aunor in Tinik sa Dibdib, Sunshine Dizon will play Lorna, an overly pathetic girl who will do everything for the sake of happiness. In Kaya Kong Abutin ang Langit, Iza Calzado plays the role of Clarissa Rosales, a social climber who would do everything to gain success. It was originally played in 1984 by the Diamond Star Maricel Soriano. Both presentations, basically shares a common plot, they both depicts the life of a girl in search of happiness and recognition.

Sine Novela presents Kaya Kong Abutin ang Langit and Tinik sa Dibdib begins on September 28 on GMA-7’s Dramarama sa Hapon, following Daisy Siete.

Robin Padilla Sees Dead People In “Sundo”

The first local horror flick of the year is now on it’s opening day, “Sundo” starring Robin Padilla in all his gutsiness together with Rhian Ramos, Katrina Halili, Mark Bautista, Hero Angeles and Sunshine Dizon. This one’s from the makers of Box-Office hit thriller “Ouija.”

Robin portrays here Romano who was ambushed together with his men during a military operation. He luckily survived but put into a comma. He eventually recovered and woke up and had his good sense of life, though he began to notice something supernatural has been added to his senses.  He now sees dead people who fetch the soul of their love ones just before they have their tragic death.

Sundo: Robin Padilla, Rhian Ramos, Katrina Halili and Sunshine Dizon

Definitely, there’ll be something bigger in the story enough to scare you to your seats. And twists that’ll make you smile too, but for sure you’ll love the suspense Director Topel Lee have put into it.

Sometimes, folklore always had this hair-raising effect even though you’re just beginning to listen to its story. How much more when you watch it! 😉