- Twitter has released the most tweeted entertainment icons in different categorued for the first three months of 2019
- The lists are composed of programs and personalities from ABS-CBN and GMA
- Twitter has rated them baesed on the engagement of their respective hashtags
LizQuen fans, and even non-fans, gushed over the #AloneTogetherTeaser in January. Tweeps came up with their ‘theories’ on how the story between two college lovers from top universities would unfold. Eventually, when it finally aired, movie-goers shared their experience on how relatable the life and love stories were.
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As 2019 started, Nadine Lustre greeted her fans on the big screen not with her reel- and real-life partner James Reid (@tellemjaye), but with Carlo Aquino. Aside from the fresh pairing the film offered, the plot sparked interest among Tweeps as they were intrigued by the creepy feeling they get about the film. #UlanMovie revolves around self-love due to the Philippine mythological creature ‘tikbalang’ or benevolent horse’s existence in the film.
3. Sakaling Maging
McLisse’s debut film was highly anticipated by fans. Tweeps expressed the good feels that they got from Sakaling Maging Tayo. Fans also went to Twitter to show their support when the film was starting to be pulled out of cinemas. They wanted more and they went to Twitter to say it.
Love ko din sila as a love team. I super bet them together. Sakaling Maging Tayo is a must watch film because it will realize you what a love is. Thank you for making this movie. The movie truly touched my heart. @ElisseJoson @hashtag_mccoydl #SakalingMagingTayo #McLisse
— CJ Calingay (@_clydejeconiah) January 27, 2019
4. Second Coming
It’s never too early for a horror movie! Second Coming was finally shown on theaters after two years in the making. This also marked Jodi Sta. Maria’s comeback horror film which made Tweeps keen and curious about the movie.
people’s attention. The Twitterverse was filled with their insights, particularly on mental health issues tackled in the plot.
It was not about how scary the film was but about the lessons and the issues that were touched in the movie that captured people’s attention. The Twitterverse was filled with their insights, particularly on mental health issues tackled in the plot.