HOOQ, Asia’s largest video on demand service, recently welcomed the arrival of the Year of the Fire Rooster with a FREE screening of Mano 7: Chinoy at the Globe Iconic Store-BGV Amphitheater in Bonifacio Global City.
The HOOQ Hangouts FREE screening was started with a colorful dragon dance which performed by a team of dancers who manipulate a long flexible figure of a dragon. After that, the host introduced two of the biggest stars on Mano 7: Chinoy, Mr. Richard Yap and Ms. Jean Garcia. Some of their fans were able to take photos with them.
Mano 7: Chinoy also stars Jessy Mendiola, Enchong Dee, Jake Cuence, Eric Quizon, Jean Cipriano, Janelle Salvador and Marlo Martel. This film was directed by Ian Lorenos.
“We choose Mano Po 7 for this month’s HOOQ Hangouts not only to celebrate the Chinese New Year but also to emphasize that HOOQ will be the first to have the newest local movies after their theatrical run, says Jane Cruz-Walker, Country Manager of HOOQ Philippines.
“Now movie fans don’t have to wait as long since we will try to make it available on HOOQ as soon possible Mano 7 which was released in cinemas last month will be on HOOQ this summer.’ adds Walker.
HOOQ subscribers can now enjoy over 1,200 Filipino movies spanning almost five decades of film making, and over 4,000 hours of local television leaving other video-in-demand services way behind in terms of Filipino content.
Among the most anticipated movies that will soon be available only HOOQ subscribers include Camp Sawi, I Love You To Death, That Thing Called Tanga Na, My Rebound Girl, The Escort, Bkit Lahat ng Gwapo may Boyfriend, Working Beks and Mano 7: Chinoy.
In addition, viewers can also watch up episodes of the latest GMA 7 TV series including Alyas Robinhood; Someone To Watch Over Me; Meant to Be; Ika-Anim na and more in the coming months.
“As the exclusive presenter of the Metro Manila Film Festival, we will soon have the 2016 MMFF top grosser Die Beautiful and Nora Aunor starrer Kabisera available on HOOQ. The rest of the entries will also soon find its way onto HOOQ!” says Jeffrey Remingo, HOOQ Philippines.
Besides having thousands of foreign movies and TV series, HOOQ is the prime destination for Filipino entertainment on demand with the largest library of local movies amongst any video-on-demand- service in the country.
HOOQ subscribers can watch On The Job: The Series; Jadine’s Diary ng Panget and This Time; John Llyod Cruz and Bea Alonzo One More Chance, Close To You and The Mistress; Pinoy action blockbusters such as On The Job, Muro Ami; FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano; thrillers Feng Shui, Sukod, Shake Rattle and Roll series and The Healing and comedies like Sisterakas, Kimmy Dora; Wang Fam, My Amnesia Girl and Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy are all on HOOQ.
HOOQ is also home to a rich collection of independent titles such as Metro Manila, Sonata, Six Degrees Of Separation From Lilia Cuntapay, Zombadings, Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros; and the works of top Filipino directors such as Erik Matti, Peque Gallaga, Aureus Solito, Jade Castro, Real Florido and award-winning writers Moira Lang, Antoinette Jadaone and Michiko Yamamoto.
HOOQ has over 10,000 movies and TV shows available for streaming or download. Globe At Home customers can get up to 6 months access to HOOQ with plans P1,299 and up, while Globe mobile customers can also get up to 6 months trial on selected prepaid and postpaid plans. You may also visit www.hooq.tv to sign up for a 7-day free trial.