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  • On screen, Philip Seymour Hoffman could be anyone

    On screen, Philip Seymour Hoffman could be anyone
    When an actor as extraordinarily gifted as Philip Seymour Hoffman dies as suddenly, as tragically as he did, the mind goes into a kind of shock. How could a person who could effortlessly be so many people suddenly not be here at all? It doesn't seem...
  • Omarr's Daily Astrological Forecast October 4, 2011

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Armand Assante was born in New York City today in 1949. This birthday guy won a 1996 Emmy award for his portrayal of the title character in the TV movie "Gotti." He also made waves as Odysseus in the 1997 miniseries "The Odyssey."...
  • Interview: Kristin Cavallari shows softer side, sticks up for Jay Cutler

    Interview: Kristin Cavallari shows softer side, sticks up for Jay Cutler
    Normally it's Kristin Cavallari supporting fiance and Bears quarterback Jay Cutler on game day from the suites at Soldier Field, but during Cavallari's promotional appearance on behalf of her Chinese Laundry shoe line Saturday at the Von Maur store in...
  • Reg Rogers is misbehavin', to good effect

    Reg Rogers is misbehavin', to good effect
    It was evident from the moment Reg Rogers stepped onstage in "Measure for Measure" in Central Park this summer that he wasn't your typical Shakespearean actor. As the acid-tongued Lucio in the Bard's comedy, Rogers quipped, cast a wry eye and generally...
  • Viola Davis worked hard to get 'The Help' right

    Viola Davis worked hard to get 'The Help' right
    Viola Davis has long considered herself a cynic. It's a reflection of the 16 years she has spent in an industry that does little to support the career of black women. It's being a part of a Hollywood that continually asks her to play the "urban single...
  • Born on Broadway isn't a sure pedigree

    Born on Broadway isn't a sure pedigree
    This fall, theater fans may be in for a little déjà vu: "Carnage," "Ides of March," "A Dangerous Method" and "War Horse" are all films, opening from October through December, that have been adapted from plays. All are also popping up with early buzz,...
  • Fashion Square Mall releases versatile app

    Fashion Square Mall releases versatile app
    An app recently launched by the company that owns Orlando's Fashion Square Mall makes finding a movie and your favorite store easier for mobile device owners. Mall owner Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT) launched the iOS and Android...
  • Film Review: 'Stoker' is ambiguous, stylish, weird

    Film Review: 'Stoker' is ambiguous, stylish, weird
    "Stoker" is utterly fascinating -- about what we'd expect from the American debut of Korean director Park Chan-wook, whose 2003 "Oldboy" was one of the most extraordinary films of the millennium so far. Even those who found the subject and gore of “...
  • Yes, another surly Harrison Ford interview

    Yes, another surly Harrison Ford interview
    If getting reamed by the notoriously grumpy Harrison Ford is a rite of passage for entertainment reporters, you could say I was finally initiated into the club March 18. In fact, you could say a few Chicago reporters were initiated that night. The actor...
  • Viola Davis plots a career, not just for herself

    Viola Davis plots a career, not just for herself
    Viola Davis has won two Tony Awards for her Juilliard-trained stage work in the August Wilson plays "King Hedley II" and "Fences." She has been Oscar-nominated twice, first for a supporting role in "Doubt," more recently for a much larger role, in "The...
  • New book tries to explain the roots of hypochondria

     New book tries to explain the roots of hypochondria
    What do Andy Warhol, Howard Hughes and Woody Allen have in common with Chicago drive-time disc jockey Roe Conn? They all are — or were — hypochondriacs. But they're not alone. Due to our increased access to medical information, we are...