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‘Amaya’ Starring Marian Rivera and Sid Lucero – Character Trailers Released

Get to know more about the characters Amaya, Bagani, Datu Bugna and Rajah Mangubat in the upcoming epicserye "Amaya."

“Amaya” is topbilled by GMA’s biggest star–Marian Rivera–as a woman blessed with extraordinary powers, which she will use to lead her people in a time dominated by males. His leading man in the epicserye is International Emmy-nominated actor Sid Lucero who will breathe life to the character of Bagani.

Also starring in the historical series are Glaiza de Castro, Mikael Daez, and Rochelle Pangilinan.

Other cast-members include Lani Mercado, Raymond Bagatsing, Gardo Versoza, Gina Alajar, Perla Bautista, Daniel Fernando, Roy Alvarez, Irma Adlawan, Angie Ferro, Ana Capri, Rustica Carpio, Ayen Munji-Laurel, Rajuh Lingayan, Ana Feleo, Sheena Halili, Roxanne Barcelo, Bituin Escalante, Mia Pangyarihan, Bayang Barrios, Mon Confiado, Richard Quan, Julian Trono, Robert Villar, AJ Dee, Sef Cadayona, Dion Ignacio, Ryan Eigenmann, Leon Miguel, Pancho Magno and Dindo Arroyo.

CHECK OUT THE CHARACTER POSTERS HERE

Directed by Mac Alejandre, “Amaya” is set to premiere on May 30, 2011 with a primer on May 28 at 7:30 p.m.

Watch the character trailer here:

19 Comments on ‘Amaya’ Starring Marian Rivera and Sid Lucero – Character Trailers Released

  1. And who s acting like palengkera ngyn… mga sinungaling mahilig manira at kelan man di tumanggap ng pakatalo… hmmm… You will always b number 2…

  2. I believe we have great culture. I love Amaya for showing its richness. People who try to hurt others feeling with use of harsh faul words and lies are just losers…

  3. hay naku kawawa naman ang amaya hindi nanaman iprepremiere sa may 3o ! dahil nalaman nila na ang ending ng mara clara ay malapit na kaya siguro hintay nila matapos angmara clara !

  4. Anonymous // May 23, 2011 at 11:06 pm //

    ang DEMOLITION JOB ng ABS naglipana na… napakadami ang gustong magpabagsak sa AMAYA pero hindi nila mapapabagsak ang n agiisang marian.. ang totong sikat sa kanyang henerasyon…

  5. nakatakdang magmahalan at magkalaban?…hello imortal!

  6. mateolia // May 23, 2011 at 9:57 pm //

    Pinoynewsandtvratingsaid: very well said. oh ano mga kapuso anong say nyo???

  7. Pinoynewsandtvratingsaid // May 23, 2011 at 8:59 pm //

    The BINUKOT TRADITION of the SULODNON / PANAY BUKIDNON people of the town of Tapaz in Capiz and the towns of Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao and Calinog in Iloilo is getting a boost in GMA7′s “AMAYA” but sad to say, they are committing a big historical and cultural blunder for the wrong portrayal of a BINUKOT!

    A BINUKOT is a woman who is supposed to be living in isolation for her entire life. She dwells in a dark room devoid of sun exposure so that her skin will maintain its fair glow. She is given the best food, not allowed to work and she is carried in a hammock when she is moved from one place to another. She is only allowed to go out in veiled attire during the night prior to crop planting and cultivation to dance and chant for a good harvest. Binukots are healthwise frail and weak because of the lack of physical activity, a condition similar to having muscular atrophy. A certain Binukot claimed that her feet bled when she tried to walk for the first time and even with complete adaptation to physical activity, Binukot women cannot attain full muscular strenght and agility. These women also command a good dowry price for men interested to marry them and most importantly, the SULODNON / PANAY BUKIDNON CULTURE and BINUKOT TRADITION is only found in the mountains of WESTERN VISAYAS.

    AMAYA played by Marian Rivera portrays a Binukot but she is ironically a warrior princess fighting off with men and other nemesis in the TV production in broad daylight. The setting of Amaya is situated in pre-colonial Central Visayas which is far from reality since Binukots are women of WESTERN VISAYAS. GMA7 claimed to have conducted a research with UP-Diliman historians regarding Amaya’s plot but the question is: why is there such a big deviation from the original BINUKOT TRADITION of the SULODNONs / PANAY BUKIDNONs?

    The producers of AMAYA should set things straight and clarify issues once and for all. They should classify what kind of a TV production Amaya is: a fiction, a culture and history-based series, etc. If indeed Amaya is fiction then it should not in any way use any of the cultural traditions of the indigenous people because culture and history should never be played nor experimented with. If Amaya on the other hand is historically and culturally-based then it should stick to the facts of culture and history.

    Amaya should be one of the two and not a combination of the two…. for history and culture will never be a part of any fictional story.The characters maybe fictional thats acceptable but the details of culture and history should always be exact and specific. For if not, then we are only mocking our own culture and history as a Filipino.

    Lastly, I would like to clarify that the issue on the wrong portrayal of a Binukot woman in GMA7s AMAYA is just a minor issue because the Binukot’s evolution in becoming a slave and a warrior can very well be justified with the show’s storyline and script although it is very far from reality. The bigger issue here is that GMA7 did not give credit (in its press releases) to the source or inspiration of the Binukot concept. GMA should made it clear that the BINUKOT tradition was taken from the highlands of Capiz (Tapaz) and Iloilo (Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao and Calinog) and not somewhere else.

    BINUKOT women are maidens who live in the MOUNTAINS of CENTRAL PANAY (Tapaz in Capiz; Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao & Calinog in Iloilo). BINUKOT women are not SEASIDE WARRIORS from CENTRAL VISAYAS!

    GMA7 CLAIMS THAT THEY HAVE CONSULTED HISTORIANS FROM UP DILIMAN TO MAKE SURE THAT AMAYA IS HISTORICALLY-ADEPT….. BUT HISTORIANS ARE DIFFERENT FROM ANTHROPOLOGISTS! this is a clear manipulation of historical facts

  8. Pinoynewsandtvratingsaid // May 23, 2011 at 8:36 pm //

    The BINUKOT TRADITION of the SULODNON / PANAY BUKIDNON people of the town of Tapaz in Capiz and the towns of Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao and Calinog in Iloilo is getting a boost in GMA7’s “AMAYA” but sad to say, they are committing a big historical and cultural blunder for the wrong portrayal of a BINUKOT!

    A BINUKOT is a woman who is supposed to be living in isolation for her entire life. She dwells in a dark room devoid of sun exposure so that her skin will maintain its fair glow. She is given the best food, not allowed to work and she is carried in a hammock when she is moved from one place to another. She is only allowed to go out in veiled attire during the night prior to crop planting and cultivation to dance and chant for a good harvest. Binukots are healthwise frail and weak because of the lack of physical activity, a condition similar to having muscular atrophy. A certain Binukot claimed that her feet bled when she tried to walk for the first time and even with complete adaptation to physical activity, Binukot women cannot attain full muscular strenght and agility. These women also command a good dowry price for men interested to marry them and most importantly, the SULODNON / PANAY BUKIDNON CULTURE and BINUKOT TRADITION is only found in the mountains of WESTERN VISAYAS.

    AMAYA played by Marian Rivera portrays a Binukot but she is ironically a warrior princess fighting off with men and other nemesis in the TV production in broad daylight. The setting of Amaya is situated in pre-colonial Central Visayas which is far from reality since Binukots are women of WESTERN VISAYAS. GMA7 claimed to have conducted a research with UP-Diliman historians regarding Amaya’s plot but the question is: why is there such a big deviation from the original BINUKOT TRADITION of the SULODNONs / PANAY BUKIDNONs?

    The producers of AMAYA should set things straight and clarify issues once and for all. They should classify what kind of a TV production Amaya is: a fiction, a culture and history-based series, etc. If indeed Amaya is fiction then it should not in any way use any of the cultural traditions of the indigenous people because culture and history should never be played nor experimented with. If Amaya on the other hand is historically and culturally-based then it should stick to the facts of culture and history.

    Amaya should be one of the two and not a combination of the two…. for history and culture will never be a part of any fictional story.The characters maybe fictional thats acceptable but the details of culture and history should always be exact and specific. For if not, then we are only mocking our own culture and history as a Filipino.

    Lastly, I would like to clarify that the issue on the wrong portrayal of a Binukot woman in GMA7s AMAYA is just a minor issue because the Binukot’s evolution in becoming a slave and a warrior can very well be justified with the show’s storyline and script although it is very far from reality. The bigger issue here is that GMA7 did not give credit (in its press releases) to the source or inspiration of the Binukot concept. GMA should made it clear that the BINUKOT tradition was taken from the highlands of Capiz (Tapaz) and Iloilo (Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao and Calinog) and not somewhere else.

    BINUKOT women are maidens who live in the MOUNTAINS of CENTRAL PANAY (Tapaz in Capiz; Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao & Calinog in Iloilo). BINUKOT women are not SEASIDE WARRIORS from CENTRAL VISAYAS!

    GMA7 CLAIMS THAT THEY HAVE CONSULTED HISTORIANS FROM UP DILIMAN TO MAKE SURE THAT AMAYA IS HISTORICALLY-ADEPT….. BUT HISTORIANS ARE DIFFERENT FROM ANTHROPOLOGISTS! this is a manipulation of historical facts

  9. kitkitnatotoo // May 23, 2011 at 8:34 pm //

    The BINUKOT TRADITION of the SULODNON / PANAY BUKIDNON people of the town of Tapaz in Capiz and the towns of Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao and Calinog in Iloilo is getting a boost in GMA7’s “AMAYA” but sad to say, they are committing a big historical and cultural blunder for the wrong portrayal of a BINUKOT!

    A BINUKOT is a woman who is supposed to be living in isolation for her entire life. She dwells in a dark room devoid of sun exposure so that her skin will maintain its fair glow. She is given the best food, not allowed to work and she is carried in a hammock when she is moved from one place to another. She is only allowed to go out in veiled attire during the night prior to crop planting and cultivation to dance and chant for a good harvest. Binukots are healthwise frail and weak because of the lack of physical activity, a condition similar to having muscular atrophy. A certain Binukot claimed that her feet bled when she tried to walk for the first time and even with complete adaptation to physical activity, Binukot women cannot attain full muscular strenght and agility. These women also command a good dowry price for men interested to marry them and most importantly, the SULODNON / PANAY BUKIDNON CULTURE and BINUKOT TRADITION is only found in the mountains of WESTERN VISAYAS.

    AMAYA played by Marian Rivera portrays a Binukot but she is ironically a warrior princess fighting off with men and other nemesis in the TV production in broad daylight. The setting of Amaya is situated in pre-colonial Central Visayas which is far from reality since Binukots are women of WESTERN VISAYAS. GMA7 claimed to have conducted a research with UP-Diliman historians regarding Amaya’s plot but the question is: why is there such a big deviation from the original BINUKOT TRADITION of the SULODNONs / PANAY BUKIDNONs?

    The producers of AMAYA should set things straight and clarify issues once and for all. They should classify what kind of a TV production Amaya is: a fiction, a culture and history-based series, etc. If indeed Amaya is fiction then it should not in any way use any of the cultural traditions of the indigenous people because culture and history should never be played nor experimented with. If Amaya on the other hand is historically and culturally-based then it should stick to the facts of culture and history.

    Amaya should be one of the two and not a combination of the two…. for history and culture will never be a part of any fictional story.The characters maybe fictional thats acceptable but the details of culture and history should always be exact and specific. For if not, then we are only mocking our own culture and history as a Filipino.

    Lastly, I would like to clarify that the issue on the wrong portrayal of a Binukot woman in GMA7s AMAYA is just a minor issue because the Binukot’s evolution in becoming a slave and a warrior can very well be justified with the show’s storyline and script although it is very far from reality. The bigger issue here is that GMA7 did not give credit (in its press releases) to the source or inspiration of the Binukot concept. GMA should made it clear that the BINUKOT tradition was taken from the highlands of Capiz (Tapaz) and Iloilo (Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao and Calinog) and not somewhere else.

    BINUKOT women are maidens who live in the MOUNTAINS of CENTRAL PANAY (Tapaz in Capiz; Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao & Calinog in Iloilo). BINUKOT women are not SEASIDE WARRIORS from CENTRAL VISAYAS!

    GMA7 CLAIMS THAT THEY HAVE CONSULTED HISTORIANS FROM UP DILIMAN TO MAKE SURE THAT AMAYA IS HISTORICALLY-ADEPT….. BUT HISTORIANS ARE DIFFERENT FROM ANTHROPOLOGISTS! GMA, you again manipulated history!

  10. kitkitnatotoo // May 23, 2011 at 8:33 pm //

    The BINUKOT TRADITION of the SULODNON / PANAY BUKIDNON people of the town of Tapaz in Capiz and the towns of Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao and Calinog in Iloilo is getting a boost in GMA7’s “AMAYA” but sad to say, they are committing a big historical and cultural blunder for the wrong portrayal of a BINUKOT!

    A BINUKOT is a woman who is supposed to be living in isolation for her entire life. She dwells in a dark room devoid of sun exposure so that her skin will maintain its fair glow. She is given the best food, not allowed to work and she is carried in a hammock when she is moved from one place to another. She is only allowed to go out in veiled attire during the night prior to crop planting and cultivation to dance and chant for a good harvest. Binukots are healthwise frail and weak because of the lack of physical activity, a condition similar to having muscular atrophy. A certain Binukot claimed that her feet bled when she tried to walk for the first time and even with complete adaptation to physical activity, Binukot women cannot attain full muscular strenght and agility. These women also command a good dowry price for men interested to marry them and most importantly, the SULODNON / PANAY BUKIDNON CULTURE and BINUKOT TRADITION is only found in the mountains of WESTERN VISAYAS.

    AMAYA played by Marian Rivera portrays a Binukot but she is ironically a warrior princess fighting off with men and other nemesis in the TV production in broad daylight. The setting of Amaya is situated in pre-colonial Central Visayas which is far from reality since Binukots are women of WESTERN VISAYAS. GMA7 claimed to have conducted a research with UP-Diliman historians regarding Amaya’s plot but the question is: why is there such a big deviation from the original BINUKOT TRADITION of the SULODNONs / PANAY BUKIDNONs?

    The producers of AMAYA should set things straight and clarify issues once and for all. They should classify what kind of a TV production Amaya is: a fiction, a culture and history-based series, etc. If indeed Amaya is fiction then it should not in any way use any of the cultural traditions of the indigenous people because culture and history should never be played nor experimented with. If Amaya on the other hand is historically and culturally-based then it should stick to the facts of culture and history.

    Amaya should be one of the two and not a combination of the two…. for history and culture will never be a part of any fictional story.The characters maybe fictional thats acceptable but the details of culture and history should always be exact and specific. For if not, then we are only mocking our own culture and history as a Filipino.

    Lastly, I would like to clarify that the issue on the wrong portrayal of a Binukot woman in GMA7s AMAYA is just a minor issue because the Binukot’s evolution in becoming a slave and a warrior can very well be justified with the show’s storyline and script although it is very far from reality. The bigger issue here is that GMA7 did not give credit (in its press releases) to the source or inspiration of the Binukot concept. GMA should made it clear that the BINUKOT tradition was taken from the highlands of Capiz (Tapaz) and Iloilo (Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao and Calinog) and not somewhere else.

    BINUKOT women are maidens who live in the MOUNTAINS of CENTRAL PANAY (Tapaz in Capiz; Maasin, Janiuay, Lambunao & Calinog in Iloilo). BINUKOT women are not SEASIDE WARRIORS from CENTRAL VISAYAS!

    GMA7 CLAIMS THAT THEY HAVE CONSULTED HISTORIANS FROM UP DILIMAN TO MAKE SURE THAT AMAYA IS HISTORICALLY-ADEPT….. BUT HISTORIANS ARE DIFFERENT FROM ANTHROPOLOGISTS!

  11. ang tanga mo naman 138 ! Ignorant ka no ! Ikinabit si angel ! boblets eh kaya nga umalis si aga sa abs dahil laos na siya ! Bobo !! mo bro at nanominate nanaman si angel dahil sa imortal ! At si angel ang may hawak nang pinaka mataas na ratngs dahil sa darna ni angel noon ! Guys bobo si 138 !

  12. forbidden // May 23, 2011 at 6:54 pm //

    ganyan talaga pag sikat!! go marian!! go gma!! sikat tayo ehh!! kami na!! dabest kami!! hahaha

  13. MARIAN PALENGKERA may anak pa kay ERVIC VIJANDRE tinatago nya sa GENERAL TRIAS, CAVITE..bad yan MARIAN tinatago mo ang anak mo..pinaalagaan mo sa LOLA mo ang anak mo MARIAN // May 23, 2011 at 4:05 pm //

    ang laosyang c marian palengkera may anak pa kay ervic vijandre..ang anak ni marian pinaalagaan nya sa lola nya sa CAVITE..hahahahah

    angel locsin single wlang anak superstar..box office queen ds 2011..marian flop queen

    marian saling pusa nalang sa mga movies nya..dvah TEMPTATION ISLAND..dami bida daw nila mga starlet at unknown…sa MMFF naman na PANDAY 2 nakisalin na naman sya kay sen. bong…kasi super inday badiday super flop…

    kaya saling pusa nalang si marian sa mga movies nya dvah mother lily?

    tarot- 18million php.

    super inday badiday – 17million php.

    hahhaa..marian wla ng kinang..palengkera kasi laosyang na dvah I FLOP U PARE?

  14. ang laosyang c marian palengkera may anak pa kay ervic vijandre..ang anak ni marian pinaalagaan nya sa lola nya sa CAVITE..hahahahah

    angel locsin single wlang anak superstar..box office queen ds 2011..marian flop queen

    marian saling pusa nalang sa mga movies nya..dvah TEMPTATION ISLAND..dami bida daw nila mga starlet at unknown…sa MMFF naman na PANDAY 2 nakisalin na naman sya kay sen. bong…kasi super inday badiday super flop…

    kaya saling pusa nalang si marian sa mga movies nya dvah mother lily?

    tarot- 18million php.

    super inday badiday – 17million php.

    hahhaa..marian wla ng kinang..palengkera kasi laosyang na dvah I FLOP U PARE?

  15. marian LAOS yang na pilit i revive ang career..FLOP AMAYA sa MARCH pa daw kasi nag honeymoon pa si marian at leading man na si ERVIC VIJANDRE // May 23, 2011 at 4:05 pm //

    ang laosyang c marian palengkera may anak pa kay ervic vijandre..ang anak ni marian pinaalagaan nya sa lola nya sa CAVITE..hahahahah

    angel locsin single wlang anak superstar..box office queen ds 2011..marian flop queen

    marian saling pusa nalang sa mga movies nya..dvah TEMPTATION ISLAND..dami bida daw nila mga starlet at unknown…sa MMFF naman na PANDAY 2 nakisalin na naman sya kay sen. bong…kasi super inday badiday super flop…

    kaya saling pusa nalang si marian sa mga movies nya dvah mother lily?

    tarot- 18million php.

    super inday badiday – 17million php.

    hahhaa..marian wla ng kinang..palengkera kasi laosyang na dvah I FLOP U PARE?

  16. 100 million lang ang YTMAE // May 23, 2011 at 3:37 pm //

    MANGARAP ANG FANS NI MARIN NA 191 MILLION DAW..KAHIYA!..gawa2x ng storya teh?

  17. mateolia // May 23, 2011 at 2:32 pm //

    hoy GMA ano tong kalokohan nyo? “itinakdang magmahalan itinakdang maglaban” eh IMORTAL yan.. ano ba kayo halatang halata naman ang panggagaya nyo kaya naman pala tinapos nyo muna ang IMORTAL bago nyo ipalabas to para may magaya kayo.. nakakahiya kayo.. grabe wala na ba kayo ibang maisip.. hay kaloka kayo? tsk tsk wala akong masabi sa sobrang panggagaya nyo sa my all time favorite teleserye IMORTAL>!!

  18. guns and roses // May 23, 2011 at 2:04 pm //

    natawa naman ako sa comment mo @152 oo nga gayang gaya e pero ang mga fans ni mlola ayaw tanggapin bwahahahaa kitang kita oh itinakdang magmahalan at itinakdang maglalaban, hello imortal?

  19. manggagawa // May 23, 2011 at 1:15 pm //

    tama ung comment ni adri..mga wla clang manners. Lalong lalo n c sid lucero!dhil s gnwa nia s hardware store..”its a hardware store,its a big boys playground,when youre der youre happy”-sid lucero said.. Pra sbhn q sau nde palaruan ang hardware store pra pglaruan mu nlang ang mga gmet at empleyado doon at manusok ng screw s leeg ng empleyado..ang baho ng pgkatao mu sid lucero

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