'Shut Up And Dance'! Dozens Of Movie Dance Scenes Set To Walk The Moon's Hit SongWalk The Moon's hit pop tune "Shut Up And Dance" is made even better, thanks to this You Tube video--a compilation of dance scenes from dozens of popular movies.
Review: Please Admit That 'Jurassic World' Is No 'Jurassic Park'... And Is Sorta BadThrough awful dialog and plot points, the creators of Jurassic World treat the audience like they're stupid. I don't like being treated like I'm stupid, do you?
Chicago Street Photographer's Stark Images Snarled In Legal FightVivian Maier, subject of an Academy Award-nominated film, has been posthumously recognized as a remarkable photographer. But who owns the copyright to her work?
Mark Wahlberg Talks ‘The Gambler,’ The Cubs And HangoversDave Fogel and Mark Wahlberg talk the Chicago Cubs, hangovers and Mark's latest movie, The Gambler.
'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' Placed On Prestigious National Film Registry"Ferris Bueller" was chosen as one of the 25 movies being inducted this year into the National Film Registry for long-term preservation, the Library of Congress announced Wednesday.
Lucas: I'll Cover Expense Of Lakefront Museum -- 'Everything'The "Star Wars" mastermind was in Chicago Friday to talk about his narrative-art museum, which will be built near Soldier Field. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Chicago International Film Fest Celebrates MilestoneBefore Sundance, before Toronto, there was Chicago. Recognized as the first international film festival in North America, this year marks its 50th anniversary.
'Ferris Bueller House' Sold After Five Years On The MarketThe modernist-style complex in Highland Park sold for $1.06 million on Thursday, according to a published report.
Roger Ebert's First Review Was Published On This Date 47 Years AgoOn this day 47 years ago, the legendary film critic Roger Ebert wrote this first review for the Chicago Sun-Times.
Ebert Honored At Chicago Film Festival Opening NightFilm critic Roger Ebert, who died in April, was credited with popularizing movie criticism through his Chicago Sun-Times reviews and the television show he started in the 1970s.
Satirical Newspaper Apologizes For Vulgar Tweet About Child ActorThe Chicago-based Onion newspaper is apologizing for calling the 9-year-old star of "Beasts of the Southern Wild" a vulgar and offensive name on Twitter, an attack that led to a firestorm online.
Urban Lore Of 'Munger Road' Basis For Feature FilmA creepy urban myth has become the inspiration for a local filmmaker's first feature movie--and it was shot in the western suburbs.