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  • 'Me and Earl' is quite the screen debut for writer Jesse Andrews

    'Me and Earl' is quite the screen debut for writer Jesse Andrews
    Three years ago, Jesse Andrews wrote a book about a self-aware, outcast teenage boy who changed a cancer-stricken girl's life. That book was not titled "The Fault in Our Stars," though it did have the misfortune to be published at roughly the same time as...
  • Rise of niche blockbusters a joy to behold

    Rise of niche blockbusters a joy to behold
    Already killing it in England, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan and beyond, "Avengers: Age of Ultron" opens in the U.S. with evening screenings Thursday and an official Friday bow. Expectations couldn't be larger. Its success is predestined; it will be one of...
  • Bruce Jenner's story is his alone to tell, so why all the wild talk?

    Everyone loves "Transparent." The groundbreaking series about the midlife transition of a transgender woman put Amazon on the Emmys map and raised the visibility of a group of Americans already benefiting from the courage and talent of people like Chaz...
  • 'Tomorrowland's' Britt Robertson frankly doesn't believe the hype

     'Tomorrowland's' Britt Robertson frankly doesn't believe the hype
    Britt Robertson does not want to hear that she's the Next Big Thing. "Do you know how many times people have said that about me?" the actress said on a recent afternoon at a cafe near her home in Toluca Lake. She let the question hang in the air a...
  • Blake Lively's 'Age of Adaline' is pretty but not timeless, reviews say

    New romantic fantasy "The Age of Adaline" stars Blake Lively as a 29-year-old woman who suffers a freak accident in the 1930s and never ages past that point, cursing her with everlasting beauty but emotional solitude. According to most movie critics,...
  • A new 'U.N.C.L.E.' with coolness, humor, grit and fashion sense

    On a misty October evening at the Old Royal Naval College, on the set of Guy Ritchie's "Man From U.N.C.L.E.," Armie Hammer climbed out from behind the steering wheel of a cute, little snub-nosed East German car called a Trabant. "I don't think these...
  • Chicago Critics Film Fest takes over the Music Box

    Chicago Critics Film Fest takes over the Music Box
    This weekend the Music Box Theatre, which feels festive even without a festival going on, showcases the third annual Chicago Critics Film Festival. The curators are local critics, chief among them Brian Tallerico of rogerebert.com, Erik Childress of...
  • Blake Lively balances baby, Preserve lifestyle site and 'Age of Adaline'

    Blake Lively balances baby, Preserve lifestyle site and 'Age of Adaline'
    "Hi," Blake Lively says, extending her free hand. Her other one is occupied, cradling her swaddled newborn, who nurses at her chest. She sits down on a couch, props a pillow on her lap and continues breast-feeding. She acts as if it's not a big deal...
  • Spike Lee's 'Chiraq' would add to city's long violent filmography

    Spike Lee's 'Chiraq' would add to city's long violent filmography
    As the camera pans over the Chicago skyline in the opening frames of the 1953 noir "City That Never Sleeps," a voice-over contemplates the nuances of "this giant, sprawling, sordid and beautiful, poor and magnificent city." All these decades later, a...
  • Beijing Film Festival tries for a higher profile

    Beijing Film Festival tries for a higher profile
    With the arrival of celebrities including Arnold Schwarzenegger and noted directors such as Darren Aronofsky and Luc Besson, the Beijing International Film Festival this week will strive to turn a struggling 5-year-old event into a serious stop on the...
  • Carey Mulligan takes on a Hardy heroine in 'Madding Crowd'

    Carey Mulligan takes on a Hardy heroine in 'Madding Crowd'
    British actress Carey Mulligan was anxious when she played F. Scott Fitzgerald's American heroine Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann's 2013 adaptation of "The Great Gatsby." The 1925 novel, she said, was the "most read, loved book in America." "Daisy is...