After watching “Terminator: Genysis” (opening Wednesday), the question arises: What did the 67-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger think, when he first screened the final cut of this fifth “Terminator” movie — watching the present-day version of himself fighting the young Arnold from back in his world-class bodybuilding period.
It’s been rumored for months, but now Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have confirmed they are divorcing — just a day after marking the 10th anniversary of their marriage.
BY DAVID BAUDER | ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK — NBC said Monday that it is …
When Chris Farley was found dead of an overdose in Chicago in 1997, there was …
After much speculation, Joni Mitchell’s friend and conservator has confirmed the famous folk singer did suffer a brain aneurysm that required her hospitalization in March. However Leslie Morris has denied that Mitchell is unable to speak — a story told to the Huffington Post by fellow musician David Crosby.
“Gotta Dance,” the new Broadway-bound musical with a Chicago tryout this winter, has announced its cast.
The aura of controversy likely is simply a big part of Donald Trump’s personality, which again has come up as more than 175,000 signatures have been attached to a petition aksing NBC to cancel “Miss USA, “Miss Universe” and “Celebrity Apprentice,” largely due to Trump’s comments about Mexicans in his speech announcing his candidacy for the GOP presidential nomination.
The folks at Anderson’s Bookshops have come up with a very cool conception — to celebrate the release of Harper Lee’s new “Go Set a Watchman” novel, and provide customers with the chance to be among the very first to get their hands on the book, written in the 1950s, but whose manuscript was only recently discovered.
Major League legend Cal Ripken Jr. was in town and spied dining at Michelin-starred Sepia in the West Loop — bringing back memories for the restaurant’s chef Andrew Zimmerman, who shared some photos with Ripken, from when the two first met in 1981!
After Caitlyn Jenner attended a New York Gay Pride event in the Big Apple Sunday, she was overheard saying “the fight is far from over” — indicating that the Supreme Court decision making same-sex marriage nationwide, “is only the first step.”