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  • 'Southpaw' trailer: Jake Gyllenhaal steps into the ring

    'Southpaw' trailer: Jake Gyllenhaal steps into the ring
    While mixed martial arts fighting may be having its day, boxing is still a big source of inspiration for Hollywood movies.
  • 'Southpaw' trailer: Jake Gyllenhaal fights for a title and his family

    Jake Gyllenhaal looks like he could be a contender -- in more ways than one -- in the first trailer for director Antoine Fuqua's gritty boxing drama "Southpaw." Set for release July 31 from the Weinstein Co., the film stars a very bulked-up Gyllenhaal...

    REVIEW: 'Keys of the Kingdom' at Stage Left Theatre

    REVIEW: 'Keys of the Kingdom' at Stage Left Theatre
    Penny Penniston has been writing plays in Chicago for two decades now. She's not wildly prolific, and most of her works have premiered — like her latest, "Keys of the Kingdom," now in its world premiere at Stage Left Theatre — at smaller...

    REVIEW: 'Constellations' on Broadway starring Jake Gyllenhaal

    REVIEW: 'Constellations' on Broadway starring Jake Gyllenhaal
    NEW YORK — "Before people had faith," remarks one of the two characters in Nick Payne's head-spinning new Broadway play "Constellations," "people's lives were their own." That's the kind of line that pulls you up short in the theater. First you...

    Oscars 2015: Shoo-ins, possibilities for director, lead actor, actress

    Oscars 2015: Shoo-ins, possibilities for director, lead actor, actress
    Julianne Moore can rest easy tonight. And if you're Michael Keaton or Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette or J.K. Simmons, there's no need to set the alarm. Your agent will be calling at the crack of dawn, bearing glad tidings of great joy. That and maybe...