When I think of this city, it always makes me smile,” says the actress, re-teaming with her “Obvious Child” director in new film “Landline.”
“I’ve shot all over Europe and the U.S., but never in Chicago — until this one,” the local native says.
Young actress says her character, the Fairy Godmother’s daughter, has outgrown her insecurities in the new Disney Channel sequel.
The filmmaker, who says he felt “totally at home” making “The Dark Knight” in Chicago, turns his camera toward “a story of survival.”
Oscar-winners Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment production company will be turning “Afterlife” into a film.
The TV special also includes a visit to Ernest Hemingway’s longtime home outside of the Cuban capital.
Rejected by NU, he’s starring in “Ah, Wilderness” at the Goodman and “Life in Pieces” on CBS, so “it all kind of worked out for the best.”
The “War for the Planet of the Apes” star recalls a long-ago therapy session “where you regress back to your birth through a breathing technique.”