Full of non-stop action, an intriguing new take on J.M. Barrie’s classic “Peter Pan” tale …
Hugh Jackman has certainly played characters who exhibit a dark side — even if they are basically good people.
There’s a nice, positive extra note that R. Kelly will be adding to one of his upcoming Chicago concerts.
For Davis Guggenheim, making “He Named Me Malala” hit very close to home.
While Jennifer Lopez has appeared on many award shows, her first hosting gig will come when she emcees the 2015 American Music Awards.
Filming has begun in New Orleans on director Rob Reiner’s “LBJ” film about the life and political career of President Lyndon Johnson — with two-time Academy Award nominee Woody Harrelson tackling the starring role as our nation’s 36th president and commander-in-chief.
It’s very likely some of Chicago’s major collectors will be checking out the Museum of Contemporary Art’s highly anticipated Benefit Art Auction coming up later this month.
It’s been a tough few weeks for Rosie O’Donnell — yet again — as she dealt with the attempted suicide of her estranged wife Michelle Rounds, and now is blasted by her daughter Chelsea in an interview with London’s Daily Mail.
Key castmates from “Shameless,” including Emmy Rossum, William H. Macy and Steve Howey — co-stars in the award-winning, Chicago-made Showtime series — headed to Prime & Provision the other night for several hours of fun, relaxation and good eats, topped off with banana cream pie and tableside s’mores for dessert.
Walking into the hotel suite where Julianne Moore and Ellen Page were set to do an interview for their new film, “Freeheld,” it was pretty obvious the two actresses genuinely liked each other.