This week, a pop icon crushed everyone’s dreams and “Episode VII” just got a lot more real.
This week a teen heartthrob isn’t above the law, Emmy nominations were announced, and something happened in a galaxy far, far away.
With news that the new George Lucas museum will be build in Chicago, the obvious question is: what will go in it?
This week one pop star reveals all (literally), another is released from jail, and another faces racism allegations.
Chicago city leaders need your help to find the perfect spot for a George Lucas museum.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has appointed a task force of a dozen civic leaders to find a potential location in Chicago where “Star Wars” creator George Lucas could build a new interactive art and filmmaking museum.
George Lucas is looking to build a museum to honor digital design and art. Is the Force with Chicago? CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Chicago is one of six American cities where Lucasfilm Ltd. is looking for young actors for the next installment of “Star Wars.”
Carole Dibo, founder of the Actor’s Training Center, suggested aspiring actors not dress up like their favorite Star Wars character: “It might actually make you look a little silly.”
Chicago may not be the galaxy far, far away, but it’s apparently close enough for Disney and LucasFilm. Disney and LucasFilm are hosting an open casting call at the Park West Theatre for Star Wars: Episode VII. This may possibly be your chance to be a Jedi!
From burlesque shows to trivia nights, the Chicagoland area offers numerous opportunities for fans of the “Star Wars” films to celebrate May the Fourth.
Elliott Serrano is not only a fool for having an opinion that is so astoundingly wrong, but also because he asked me to compose a counterpoint. Poor guy.
Yeah, I said it. I saw The Empire Strikes Back as a kid and thought, “What the hell is this crap?” Though the Colt-45 guy’s clothes were pretty pimp.
The Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo is underway at McCormick Place.
I have said it all season, beginning with the free agent signings of last summer; the Miami Heat are the NBA’s Death Star. They are impressive, powerful, shiny and imposing.