“Eighth Grade” Movie Screens For Free To Fight R-RatingThe movie is titled “Eighth Grade,” but eighth graders are not allowed to see it without an adult. That is, except for one day only.
Scarlett Johansson Drops Out Of 'Rub & Tug' Amid BacklashTransgender actors and advocates immediately criticized the production for not casting a trans actor in the role.
Dwayne Johnson Honors Amputee Community With 'Skyscraper'"I was honored to play an amputee, and to make sure that I did right by them."
Cancer Patient Hopes To Get Advance Screening Of New 'Wonder Woman' MovieFascinated with the feminine but tough super hero since Lynda Carter played her in the 1970s, the super hero still inspires Melissa Bradley now.
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?
Someone You Should Know: Replica Car Maker Mat KlempThe LaGrange resident was fascinated with the car in the movie "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," so he made his own. CBS 2's Harry Porterfield reports.
Billy Dec Plans Movie About Birth Of House MusicChicago is known as the home of the blues. It's less well known as the birthplace of another kind of music. A proposed movie aims to tell the story of house music.
Chicago’s Priceless Things To Do This Week: October 13th-19thCheck out the Priceless Things To Do this week in Chicago, week of October 13th- 19th.
Documentary Being Made About Chicago's Worst Liquor, Jeppson's Malort, Due Out This SummerJeppson's Malort is a Chicago liquor known mostly for its painfully bitter, awful taste. Its taste starts off innocent enough, a little citrusy with a hint of honey, but then the wormwood punches you right in the face. Malort's even spawned a ritual in which locals convince out-of-towners to down a shot in the hopes of seeing their "malort face" -- an expression of horror and pain.
Stay In The Real-Life Grand Budapest HotelThe luxury hotel tucked away in the Czech town of Karlovy Vary isn't the actual hotel where the film was shot, but the hapless romantic/lover of old ladies and poetry-reciting concierge Monsieur Gustave and his humble protégé Moustafa would've felt plenty at home running the place.
Chicago Latino Film Festival: Get There Before It's Over!With such a great Latino community, it makes sense that Chicago would have a great Latino film festival. The 29th Chicago Latino Film Festival has started and features some of the best Spanish-speaking films in the world. So, you know, go check it out already!
TV, Movie Productions Brought $170M To Chicago In 2012Officials said Wednesday that Chicago has enjoyed a record year of film and TV production in the city.