Chris Martin Yellow and Aswang

Online News Roundup: ‘Aswang’, ‘Yellow’ BTS Video, ‘Train to Busan’ Sequel ‘Peninsula’

With everything that’s happening today, it might be hard to keep track and stay updated on all the things that are happening all around us. To make catching up easier, here are 5 of the top and trending entertainment topics in the past couple of days!

Aswang

Alyx Ayn Arumpac’s documentary film Aswang was available for free streaming on Vimeo last weekend. The film follows chronicles the stories of the people have been victims of the still ongoing “war on drugs”. Just a few hours after it started streaming, Filipinos went on to social media to express their thoughts from the film, about how it was quite possibly the scariest one they’ve seen.

According to Aswang’s official Facebook page, the film will be streaming again soon for those who weren’t able to watch it. Follow this page for updates.

Japan Sinks 2020

Netflix anime series Japan Sinks 2020 started streaming on Netflix last week, and it’s instantly been discussed online especially because of how it hits close to what’s happening right now. The series is based on a novel by Sakyo Komatsu, centering on a family who must strive to survive as the Japanese archipelago sinks after a series of earthquakes. Stream it here.

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Was It Love?

Song Ji Hyo returns to the drama scene in Was It Love? The drama centers on her character Ae Jeong whose life changes when four men suddenly enter her life all at the same time. Her daughter Ha Nee must then figure out which of the four men is her biological father. Stream the ongoing drama here.

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Coldplay’s Parachutes turns 20

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Take 1 of the Yellow video (never seen before) #Coldplay #Parachutes

♬ original sound – coldplay

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Coldplay’s debut album Parachutes, Coldplay uploaded a never-before-seen clip on their TikTok page! The video was said to be the “Take 1 of the ‘Yellow'” video, where the band’s main man Chris Martin was walking down the beach.

Train to Busan‘s Sequel Peninsula Premieres in South Korea

Peninsula, the highly-anticipated sequel to Train to Busan is finally premiering in Seoul this week! The film is about Jun Seok, a soldier who is tasked to an operation where he must retrieve and survive. However, when he encounters survivors, he realizes that their survival depends on the best of human nature.

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‘Train to Busan’ Extended Cut and Sequel ‘Peninsula,’ in Cinemas This July
WATCH: The First Teaser to ‘Train To Busan Presents: Peninsula’

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