Tennis great, now being played on screen in ‘Battle of the Sexes,’ says South Side pro Kamau Murray is someone ‘everybody in Chicago needs to know.’
The actor, who plays a jealous dad in “Brad’s Status,” sees a lot of “keeping up with the Joneses” — but mostly in New York and L.A.
The actors are supporting their movie “Hello Again,” which opens the Chicago LGBTQ festival.
The selection launches a new program in the series, “Music: The Beat of Our City.”
“Stronger” — about the Boston Marathon bombing — may be set in Boston, but star Jake Gyllenhaal believes many Chicagoans will relate to the story.
City has made an impression on several “Lego Ninjago Movie” actors, including Kumail Nanjiani, Zach Woods and Jackie Chan.
The comedian, who returns to the area this weekend for a stand-up show, reveals Second City benefit included a ‘Superfans’ bit and surprise guests.
“Rebel in the Rye” director was “quite moved” learning about the author’s early career.
For his latest, on the Vietnam War, documentary director and his producer “turned everything we knew upside down.”
“American Assassin” stars Michael Keaton and Sanaa Lathan know Chicago well — loving everything from our food scene to the city’s creative theaters.
The “Sex and the City” creator will be on hand at River North’s Jean Albano Gallery.
The “Jane the Virgin” star and Chicago native hopes to produce a CW series about an undocumented teen.
The Wilmette comedian, set to roast George Wendt this weekend, says she understands why some critics objected to her sexually indeterminate character.
The activist actor, best known as Sulu on “Star Trek,” comes to Chicago to recall a tragic event for himself and other Japanese Americans.