Here’s the truth about the viral photo of Paulo Avelino and the reactions of the netizens to it.
PAULO AVELINO – Famous actor Paulo Avelino went viral previously and the truth behind his photo earned various reactions from netizens.
In the recently virtually held 46th Metro Manila Film Festival‘s Gabi ng Parangal, the film from Antoinette Jadaone’s entitled “Fan Girl” earned the most awards, a total of 9, and the following are below:
- BEST PICTURE
- BEST SCREENPLAY
- BEST ACTRESS (Charlie Dizon)
- BEST ACTOR (Paulo Avelino)
- BEST DIRECTOR – Antoinette Jadaone
- BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
- BEST SOUND
- BEST EDITING
- BEST VIRTUAL FLOAT (3rd place)
In a previous article, Avelino has a viral photo circulating online showing his head. Many people online feasted their eyes on it while some were in disbelief and in doubt if the actor would really do it for a film. And over the weekend, the truth behind it has come out and a few netizens expressed dismay. It turned out that what the actor was holding for that particular scene is just made out of prosthetics.
Prosthetics is usually used in programs and films to create an enhanced three-dimensional character looks and effects ranging from various needs such as aging and injuries and to imitate an object. This kind of makeup artistry can make subtle or greater impacts to a certain character’s appearance.
And here are some reactions of the netizens to this based on an entertainment website:
Para sa mga Euroboys yang ganyang laki. Me lahi ba siyang European half?
Ano ba yan panira ng kilig charot. Pero seryoso, sana di na lang sinabi na prosthetics para nandun pa rin yung mystery
Meanwhile, for those people who kept on sharing photos and clips of “Fan Girl” on social media, the actor expressed to let other people buy their own ticket and watch it. He said, “Wag tayong pabida. Hindi kayo ‘yung bida, ‘yung pelikula.”
Avelino also added appealing not to spread screenshots of sensitive things online as it may attract young children who will also search for something they are not allowed to see yet. Moreover, this is to give consideration to people who don’t want to see it.
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