Anne Curtis as Satine of “Moulin Rouge” as photographed by Toto Labrador and styled by Camille Aguilar.
Baron Geisler as Rocky Balboa in “Rocky” as photographed by Ryan Vergara of Everywhere We Shoot and styled by Garovs Garovillo of Everywhere We Shoot.
Christian Bautista as Edward Scissorhands in “Edward Scissorhands” as photographed by Niccolo Cosme and styled by Lotho.
Enchong Dee as Luke Skywalker of “Star Wars” as photographed by Jeffrey Sonora and styled by Tina Daniac.
Diether Ocampo as Don Vito Corleone of “The Godfather” as photographed by Paolo Pineda and styled by Bea Constantino.
Model Divine Lee took on Catherine Zeta-Jones's role in the movie Chicago (2002).
Model Bianca Araneta effortlessly portrayed the dual character of Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow in the movie Shakespeare in Love (1998).
Entrepreneur Erik Cua grooves as the King of the Dance floor, Tony Manero (played by John Travolta), of the '70s film Saturday Night Fever.
Matanglawin host Kim Atienza poses dramatically as he portrays the lead character of The Last Emperor.
Fashionista Leica Carpio becomes France's iconic but ill-fated queen Marie Antoinette, whose life became a film in 2006 starring Kirsten Dunst.
Model Tweetie de Leon's statuesque body, alluring face, and exceptional poise fit well in her portrayal of Alex Owens, the beautiful welder/dancer in the '80s film Flashdance.
This photo was inspired by the film "Million Dollar Baby." This photo was styled by Franco Saycon and shot by Milo Sogueco.
Marc Abaya as the Joker in Batman. This was picture was taken by Jake Versoza and styled by Erica Paredes.
Karylle as the "The Duchess". This was shot by Noelle Hernandez and expertly styled by Rex Atienza.-----------------
The Godfather photo is WOOOWZA with chills running up my arms. The pictures are awesome. I can't believe I've only come across with this on the TV news. Apparenly, they are now doing a 2010 Tribute to the Oscars also. But I have yet to see it online. As I've overheard on the tube, it has loads more tributes such as Casablanca, West Side Story, Memoirs of A Geisha, Inglorious Basterds, etc.
I can't wait to post the 2010 tributes. This annual competition is good for my eyes and the movie fan in me as well!