An explosion capped off a summer of shooting for the latest movie in the Transformers film franchise. The explosion at 29th street along the river made for a rather exciting afternoon.
Hollywood producers and actors are coming back to Chicago in droves, and it means big money for the city. CBS 2′s Ed Curran reports.
The information industry, which includes motion pictures and sound recording, posts positive gains from year-ago levels.
Outside the Holiday Inn in Skokie Friday, hundreds lined up around the hotel and into the back parking lot for a chance to be an extra in “Transformers 4.”
ComEd and Chicago firefighters were kept busy on a sweltering Friday as utility power equipment sparked or caught fire across the city.
Honestly, we’re not sure why it took us so long to realize there should be a movie playing outside in a park every day of the summer. You go to the beach, you play some sports, maybe you just grill all day and do cannonballs in the pool, but then you want to gather up and watch a good-timey movie with the gang. We’ve rounded up some of our own favorite Movies in the Parks below!
Last year, Chicagoans watched movie crews for “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” turn their city into rubble. Overnight, fans finally got the chance to see what it looked like on the big screen.
The official trailer for “Transformers: Dark of the Moon,” was unveiled Thursday, and Chicago practically gets a starring role in the mini-movie, as warring metallic beings battle for supremacy.
CHICAGO (CBS) ― “The Blues Brothers” film premiered 30 years ago this week, making Chicago a magnet for Hollywood movie producers. It’s a legacy that lives on today, with Chicago playing host to a string […]