First Ellen DeGeneres had her guests play “Heads Up!” on her daily talk show.
Jeffrey Tambor, who a Golden Globe this year for his portrayal of a transgendered woman on “Transparent” — created by Chicago native Jill Soloway — has come to the support of Bruce Jenner and his apparent journey to gender transitioning.
Billy Joel will be around 84 when the kid heads to college, but it’s nice to hear the “Piano Man” is going to be a dad again.
Chicagoan Dwight Cleveland, who spent the past four decades traveling the globe gathering rare movie posters, is selling his collection.
For the “Return to the Forbidden Planet” musical spoof, the folks at the Jedlicka Performing Arts Center in Cicero are using a number Chicago media personalities as part of the show.
There was some theatrical star power at Wrigley Field Monday night when “The Book of Mormon” stars David Larsen (who plays Elder Price) and Cody Jamison Strand (Elder Cunningham) showed up at the Friendly Confines.
Lady Gaga — in town to visit her fiance and “Chicago Fire” star Taylor Kinney — was spied working out hard at the Flywheel Sports spinning studio on the Gold Coast earlier this week.
For the third year, the Chicago Film Critics Association has put together its own film festival — featuring Chicago premieres for movies starring such well-known actors and actresses as Salma Hayek, Michael Fassbender, Liam Neeson, Anna Kendrick and Guy Pierce.
It’s no secret that Martin Sheen often hits the road to boost charitable, social or political causes near and dear to the actor.
For anyone doubting Robert Pattinson’s deep affection for his fiancee, singer FKA Twigs, sources at the first weekend of the big Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival report the couple are clearly deeply in love.