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Richard Roeper

Entertainment columnist

Richard Roeper, a Sun-Times contributor since 1987 and a Chicago native, is the author of seven books and the former co-host of “Ebert & Roeper and the Movies.” He is the film critic for ABC-7’s “Windy City Live.”

Natalie Portman’s creative, provocative mystery show on Apple TV+ is too intense to binge.
It’s no wonder the star of two classic TV comedies is immortalized in bronze on Navy Pier.
Glen Powell and Daisy Edgar-Jones play unlikely duo of experts in the disaster movie set in the universe of 1996’s ‘Twister.’
Olympian opens up about her sadness after the 2020 Games and her marriage to the Bears’ Jonathan Owens.
HBO film surveys the smaller players taking on SpaceX in the race to carry clients’ satellites into orbit.
In jazzy style, Paramount+ show lays out the feds’ bungled attempts to destabilize Communist Cuba, all of its material backed up by government files and solid journalism from author and former Sun-Times reporter Thomas Maier.
Mighty actor plays a mercurial judge whose death puts his adult children in danger in disappointing MGM+ adaptation of the bestselling novel.
Women victimized by the comedian join the conversation about whether a wrongdoer should be ‘canceled’ forever.
Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum have great chemistry in period piece imagining the lead-up to NASA’'s 1969 moon landing.