The “In the Fade” star spent a single day in town years ago, but it left her with a strong desire to return — when it’s warmer.
The award-winning “People v. O.J. Simpson” star was the honoree Monday at the ninth annual “Women in the Arts” luncheon.
Gary Oldman and Allison Janney are also honored at the ceremony dominated by discussion of women’s issues.
The show will feature Kristen Bell as its inaugural host and an almost entirely female roster of presenters.
Dorothy Malone: “I came up with a conviction that most of the winners in this business became stars overnight by playing shady dames with sex appeal.”
According to reports Mr. Dillman died from complications from pneumonia.
Rudy Horne, Chicago native who did the math for hit movie “Hidden Figures” and helped prepare star Taraji P. Henson, has died at 49.
Singing “my least favorite song in the universe” helped bring the actor to maximum frustration in his wild new comic horror film “Mom and Dad.”
Documentary reveals the process of making foreign policy without disclosing many revealing moments.
A country music superstar reunites with the hometown spitfire he jilted in a predictable exercise in feel-good hokum.
ROEPER: In an exploitation film worthy of the drive-in, Nicolas Cage goes over the top as a dad first frustrated, and then homicidal.
ROEPER: The dueling of a charming thief (Pablo Schreiber) and a tough-guy cop (Gerard Butler) drags on past the point of fun.
The star of “And God Created Woman” says many actresses have come out with sexual misconduct allegations “so that we talk about them.”
We reporters love to see ourselves on screen, depicted as crusading heroes for the truth — and it doesn’t hurt when Redford or Hanks portray us.
The Chicago actor has ideas for a tour he would lead for his “12 Strong” co-star — starting with his fave taco joint.