Ernest “Ernie” E. Reyes, Jr. (born January 15, 1972) is an American actor, martial artist, action choreographer, director, producer, filmmaker, screenwriter, entrepreneur, singer and stunt performer.

Reyes, Jr. played a prince in the 1985 production, Red Sonja. In that movie, he shared the screen with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Brigitte Nielsen. He also appeared in an episode of the hit television series MacGyver in 1988. Reyes had starring roles in Surf Ninjas and in the second Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film The Secret of the Ooze as Keno, the pizza delivery boy. He also served as the martial arts stunt double for Donatello in the first Ninja Turtles film. He later appeared in movies such as Rush Hour 2 playing Zing and in The Rundown alongside WWE wrestler Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Reyes guest starred in the TV series Kung Fu: The Legend Continues alongside David Carradine.

Ernie Reyes Jr. has a professional fight record of 3–0 in Strikeforce which is now one of largest Mixed martial arts organization on the planet but started out as a Muay Thai and kickboxing organization.

More recently Ernie Reyes Jr. has done motion capture stunts for blockbuster movies such as Avatar and Alice in Wonderland. Currently he stars in the mixed martial arts movie The Red Canvas co-starring Ving Rhames and UFC lightweight number one contender Gray Maynard.



Sarah Geronimo

Tayo is a track from Sarah Geronimo’s Expressions album.
Expressions is available in record bars nationwide. Get your copies NOW!
Also available for download on iTunes.

Concept&Directed by: Avid Liongoren
Choreography : Teacher Georcelle
Special thanks to the G-Force dancers
Composed by: Thyro Alfaro
Song produced by: RB Ronaldo


Efren Reyes (born August 26, 1954) is a Filipino professional pool player and a two-time world champion.  Numerous fellow professional players have credited Reyes with being the greatest living player in the world.  Reyes, along with the other “Filipino invasion” players revolutionized the way pool is played by their introduction to the sport of pinpoint precision kicking (going into a rail with the cue ball and then hitting an object ball). Reyes’ ability to “kick safe” and to kick balls into intended pockets is legendary.

He is married to Susan Reyes. They have three children.


Check out some of Efren “Bata” Reyes BEST SHOTS…



The Official Music Video of Kenjhons’ newest track, “Flippa”. Soon to be released digitally under Viva Records.

Directed & Edited by KENJHONS
Featuring: The Rockstars

Special thanks to:
Bboy Allen & Bboy Charles
Rein Navarro
Camera works:
Laurence Chua
Eric Ejercito IV
Rafael San Agustin

Mike Swift || R2A
The Philippine Allstars
Haydee Bellen
Ms. MG Mozo, Pau Bringas & the Viva Vicor Group
Mr. Vic Del Rosario

“Flippa” Written & Produced By: Kenjhons
“Flippa” Mixed & Mastered by: Joel Mendoza (Viva Records)
Buy Kenjhons’ album “MATINIK” under Viva Records.



MTV is back in the Philippines and will now be known as “MTV PINOY”. Look for a fresh new start for the music channel, with the fresh new VJs, Sam Pinto, Yassi Pressman, Andre Paras, and Josh Padilla. The new VJ’s were found in 2013 during the MTV VJ Hunt.

There is already one confirmed show, 100% Pinoy, which will feature and introduce Filipino acts. More shows are yet to be announced before the launch on January 31st, 2014.



And the winner is…. Rose Fostanes wins Israel’s “X-Factor”


47-year-old Filipina caregiver, Rose Fostanes has emerged as the newest star of Israeli reality television, winning the singing competition “X-Factor Israel” on Tuesday and establishing herself as something of a national phenomenon.

In an upset victory, Fostanes beat out three other finalists by performing crowd-pleasing renditions of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way,” Alicia Keys’ “If I Ain’t Got You,” and ”Sweet Dreams” by the Eurythmics.

Rose Fostanes_Pinay Winner

Fostanes arrived in Israel six years ago to work as a caregiver so, like millions of other Filipino workers around the world, she could send money back home to her family and her girlfriend.

“It’s a big change in my life because before nobody recognized me, nobody knew me. But now everybody, I think everybody in Israel knows my name. And it is very funny,” she said in an interview with AP last week.

Fostanes spends her days caring and cleaning for an ailing woman in her 50s. To save money, she lives in a crowded apartment in south Tel Aviv, a downtrodden area inhabited by foreign laborers, with seven others.

Fostanes, a Filipina caregiver, performs during a rehearsal for Israel's X-Factor talent show in Tel Aviv

Several months ago, a friend encouraged her to enter the “X-Factor” competition, a popular show hosted by Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli.

Standing just 1.50 meters-tall (4-foot-11), Fostanes has captured her audiences’ hearts with a surprisingly strong and soulful voice, belting out such hits as Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Lady Gaga’s “You and I.”

Israeli singer Shiri Maimon, a judge on the show and former reality TV contestant herself, has served as Fontanes’ “mentor” throughout the season.

*courtesy of The Times of Israel