Twelve years since Pixar's Finding Nemo graced the big screen and captured both young and old hearts, and we finally get to see a glimpse of its most-awaited follow-up movie Finding Dory! The sequel is set six months after the first, and we find Dory—still voiced by the adorable and funny Ellen DeGeneres who debuted the exclusive trailer in her talk show—sleep swimming and talking about her family in her sleep. Has Dory finally remembered something that can help her find her family? (Probably not!) Well, we'll have to wait till June next year when Finding Dory premieres to find out. (huffingtonpost.com)
2. Is this Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kuni's daughter?
Actor Ashton Kutcher has always been adamant about protecting the identity of his daughter with wife Mila Kunis. The couple has not shared a single photo of Wyatt Isabelle since her birth. But last Sunday, Kutcher shared a photo of a toddler girl, about Wyatt's age, for a good cause: The Red Sand Project, an interactive project, according to its website, that reminds poeple to not "merely walk over the most marginalized people in our communities." The little girl's face isn't really shown because she has her back turned from the camera as she holds a railing and points to the sky. (people.com)
3. It's going to be another girl for The Rock Actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has confirmed that he and his girlfriend Lauren Hashian are expecting a baby girl. The gender reveal happened when he posted a selfie of him and Lauren with the caption: "I was raised by and live with amazing strong women, so the universe felt we needed one more. It's a baby girl!" He added, "We're so grateful for this blessing and thrilled to share the news with y'all." This is goin to be the first baby for the couple. However, Johnson is already a dad to 14-year-old daughter Simone with his ex-wife Dany Garcia. (people.com)
4. Google’s launches PH Flood Alerts As part of Google's Public Alerts project that it launched last year, Flood Alerts for areas in the Philippines that are at risk for flooding are now available on the web. The alerts will come from the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA). They will not automatically appear on Google Search, Google Maps, and Google Now for those who use the sites/apps and are located in the risk areas determined by PAGASA. For more information visit google.org/publicalerts. (gmanetwork.com)
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5. LazadaPH kicks off an Online Revolution It's the biggest online Christmas sale of the year! Today, November 11, online store Lazada Philippines, the Philippines one-stop shopping and selling destination is the first day of the month-long sale in time for the holiday season. The date 11/11 is tailored from China's biggest online revolution that sold over $9 billion worth of products last year. Big brands and exclusive items are up for grabs with huge discounts. LazadaPH will also offer P11- and P99-deals! (lazada.com.ph)