Rosamund Pike reveals who she modeled her character after.
Spoilers, if you haven't watched the show yet.
The contents of her purse include money, her license, and her vaporizer.
We'll laugh. We'll cry. We'll mock.
Author Dennis Lehane will write the script.
"Sir, could you please arrest me?" the French airman hero of the 1964 adventure picture "That Man from Rio" asks a Brazilian cop, midway through his odyssey to rescue his kidnapped fiancée. "I'm a deserter, I lost my uniform. I flewShow More Summary
"Life Itself," Steve James' acclaimed documentary based on Roger Ebert's 2011 memoir of the same name, will be a much-anticipated topic of discussion at the 2014 Chicago Humanities Festival. Chaz Ebert will join James and moderator Alison...Show More Summary
There are, apparently, two appropriate circumstances.
Rule number one: Let Tina and Amy do whatever the hell they please.
Now, who should play the Antichrist?
Not her. Her.
You'll never believe what happens next.
"LIFE ITSELF," Steve James’ acclaimed documentary about Roger Ebert, will screen at 7:30pm Monday, August 25th, at the Tivoli Theatre in Downers Grove. The screening is presented by the After Hours Film Society. On Monday, September 17th, "Life Itself" screens at 1pm and 7pm at the Lake Theatre in Oak Park. Show More Summary
Since the turn of the decade few people have been as prolific as Mark Duplass. Over the past four years the New Orleans born and raised indie mogul has starred in 11 films, served as a screenwriter on five features (three of which he...Show More Summary
Plus Miley calls Ed Sheeran an a-hole, Henry Rollins apologizes & a Ferguson fundraiser discrepancy.
Spoiler alert: Church says "No public nudity."
1. "10 Years: A Little Pink Chair": Critic Kim Morgan celebrates the tenth anniversary of her blog, Sunset Gun, with this wonderful retrospective on Mervyn LeRoy's 1956 classic, "The Bad Seed." “My first post was about ‘The Bad Seed’...Show More Summary
I'm sorry, you're dating who?
This is the ending we needed.