Virgil Williams’ work is informed by what he witnessed growing up in “one of the most notoriously segregated cities.”
Miller was thrilled “to try some of my weird ideas” in his latest outing as The Flash.
The actress’ character on ‘Andi Mack’ undergoes a change on this week’s episode.
The 2016 overhaul of the holiday classic set the ballet at the World’s Fair in Chicago.
The star plays the mother of a boy (Jacob Tremblay) with facial deformities.
For their toy requests, Chicago youngsters find inspiration in “Cars,” “Ninja Turtles” — and the kitchen.
The inspiration for the film was director Rebecca Carpenter’s own father, legendary Green Bay Packer player and coach Lew Carpenter.
The actor-director, who plays Hercule Poirot in the new remake, witnessed the city’s “passionate commitment to the arts” at a 1990 theater festival.
The Veterans Day program emphasizes the mayor’s relationship with FDR and the city’s production of armaments.
Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts’ acting performances often showcase nasty characters, but in “Lady Bird” he goes in a much different direction.
Singer Syleena Johnson has teamed up with her father — famed soul/bluesman and producer Syl Johnson — for their first joint project in 20 years.
“They were both larger-than-life politicians and each had a forceful way of getting things done,” says the actor, who plays Johnson in a new film.
The frequent visitor kept an eye on the homes and the malls seen in the sequel to her 2016 hit.
Actor ties the knot with soap opera veteran Chrishell Strause.
Former cast member of “The Office” will emcee the organization’s first awards show.