When told that his new film “Learning to Drive” touches on a number of universal issues regarding relationships, love and understanding Sir Ben Kingsley made an interesting point.
In town earlier this week to promote their new film “No Escape,” brothers John Erick Dowdle and Drew Dowdle said their main mission with their movie was, as Drew put it, “to make the audience feel they were going through exactly what Owen [Wilson], Lake [Bell] and the girls playing their daughters were going through.”
Sam Elliott chuckled softly as he was reminded — likely for the gazillionth time! — how his famously deep and sonorous voice was such a trademark for him.
Our Town’s own Oscar-winner, actor and musical artist Common, will be back in Chicago Saturday to draw attention to the problem of “food deserts” — both in this city and across the country.
Hall of Fame former Buffalo Bills coach Marv Levy was surprised by his wife, Fran, and friends with a 90th birthday bash at Harry Caray’s on Kinzie.
Two stars from two of the biggest recent film franchises — Robert Pattinson and Jennifer Lawrence — are separately embarking on intriguing new movie projects.
There are certain things public figures like Howie Mandel should instinctively know one never jokes about — especially on national TV — and bulimia is one of them.
As Zac Efron walked the red carpet for a special screening of “We Are Your Friends” last week, the actor laughed when asked how good a DJ he’d be in real life
Eli Roth, in town both for Wizard World Comic Con Chicago and to promote his upcoming “The Green Inferno” (opening Sept. 25) was joined by his beautiful wife Lorenza Izzo (who stars in the new movie) for a bit of a nosh at Beatrix in River North on Monday, ordering two “bulletproof” coffees to go with the banana bread, and gluten-free cinnamon coffee cake.
In most high-profile celebrity splits, spousal support usually is more about ego than actual need, but in Brian Austin Green’s split from Megan Fox, it’s a different story.