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November 17, 2011
Demi   Moore is ending her marriage to Ashton Kutcher . The 49-year-old actress announced her divorce plans to The Associated Press Thursday, saying she's doing it with "great sadness and a heavy heart. " Read the full story at chicagotribune.com
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April 1, 2013 | By Dana Moran and RedEye
When you're a kid, April Fools' Day is a great excuse to pull pranks on your friends and Saran wrap your parents' toilet bowl. (Don't actually try this at home.) But when you're an adult, the tricksters' holiday suddenly becomes THE. WORST. Who the hell actually likes being fooled? See if you can spot the real celeb antics from the pranks pulled Monday. Don't say we didn't warn you. damoran@tribune.com  |  @redeyedana 1. Mila Kunis is pregnant with Ashton Kutcher's baby!
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 1, 2013 | By Dana Moran and RedEye
When you're a kid, April Fools' Day is a great excuse to pull pranks on your friends and Saran wrap your parents' toilet bowl. (Don't actually try this at home.) But when you're an adult, the tricksters' holiday suddenly becomes THE. WORST. Who the hell actually likes being fooled? See if you can spot the real celeb antics from the pranks pulled Monday. Don't say we didn't warn you. damoran@tribune.com  |  @redeyedana 1. Mila Kunis is pregnant with Ashton Kutcher's baby!
ENTERTAINMENT
November 17, 2011
Demi   Moore is ending her marriage to Ashton Kutcher . The 49-year-old actress announced her divorce plans to The Associated Press Thursday, saying she's doing it with "great sadness and a heavy heart. " Read the full story at chicagotribune.com
SPORTS
August 16, 2012 | RedEye
First Caleb Hanie with Denver, now Rex Grossman with Washington. It's as if the NFL set it up so Bears fans would have something to talk about in the preseason, when the games are as meaningless as Adam Dunn's batting average. Grossman's career in Chicago was a mixed bag, with a Super Bowl appearance the high point among some head-scratching seasons. In a recent Tribune interview, the 31-year-old sounds like he's ready to mentor the Redskins' new No. 1 quarterback, Robert Griffin III. That's all well and good, but we know what he's REALLY thinking.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 15, 2013 | Matt Pais, @mattpais and RedEye movie critic
**1/2 (out of four) No, “Jobs” doesn't reach the heights of “The Social Network.” Few movies do. Yet this biopic delivers a powerful lesson via an OK movie: That people can change the world if they don't let others stand in their way. “Jobs” traces Apple founder Steve Jobs' (Ashton Kutcher) life from his college-aged days as an ambitious, brilliant dropout to the late-'90s era when he returned to the company that previously forced him out. At first, the casting seems questionable; Kutcher's good looks don't exactly scream “socially awkward computer whiz,” and when...
ENTERTAINMENT
September 26, 2013 | Matt Pais, @mattpais and RedEye movie critic
** (out of four) Perhaps the molasses-slow, mockumentary-ish “Computer Chess” will connect with a small but rabid community. The critical buzz for writer-director Andrew Bujalski's (“Beeswax”) latest suggests as much. Thing is, great films about niche societies - like the spectacular doc “The King of Kong” - open up their worlds to a broader audience. That doesn't mean pandering; it means translating what makes their subjects special. In his black-and-white, early '80s-set look at a chess tournament and a group of men experiencing...
ENTERTAINMENT
December 8, 2011 | By Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
0.5 stars (out of four) Perhaps at some point in the future, a great movie will feature the line, “Ladies, may the best va-jay-jay win!” That line, spoken about two pregnant women (Jessica Biel, Sarah Paulson) competing to deliver just after midnight Dec. 31 and win $25,000, probably represents all that needs to be said about “New Year's Eve.” But why would I stop there? In a film whose idea of timely humor means referencing “Girls Gone Wild” and Guantanamo Bay and whose storytelling approach...
ENTERTAINMENT
January 9, 2012 | By Dana Moran and RedEye
This time last year, Charlie Sheen was headed to rehab after being hospitalized in the midst of what we'll call a "non-winning spree. " Now he's prepping to start shooting his new FX series, "Anger Management," (irony, anyone?) and told reporters during a news conference Sunday, "I'm not crazy anymore. " Forgive our skepticism, Charlie, but we'd like you to take this quiz to determine your wacky level before we let you out of the pop culture nuthouse. damoran@tribune.com  |  @redeyedana   1 -- A group of three women ring your...
NEWS
October 16, 2012 | Stephen Markley
It is my humble opinion that the loose confederation of movie studios, actors, directors, and producers colloquially known as “Hollywood” blows and is mostly terrible at what they do. Just looking over the list of ten Oscar nominated films from last year, one is struck by the staggering feebleness of what are supposedly the best movies of the year. That's why whenever a writer/director comes along who appears to be creative and original in any way whatsoever, I'm all for redistributing money from the last Michael Bay Transformers dump or...
SPORTS
January 12, 2014 | By Alex Quigley and For RedEye
Welp, the Bears paid Jay Cutler. Paid him like they landed on Boardwalk with three hotels and a Risk ten-army on top. (You make some rules changes to get through Chicago winters.) And whether or not you agree they overpaid for No. 6, all Bears fans can agree the defense has to get fixed real quick-like. With the 14th pick in the upcoming draft, the Bears have a shot at a great playmaker on defense, such as Michigan State cornerback Darqueze Dennard, Florida defensive end Dominique Easley, or even Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
SPORTS
September 22, 2013 | RedEye
Yep, it's almost over. No, not the Bears' season. Only the most pessimistic fan would fear the worst from a 3-0 team. Rather, "Breaking Bad" has just one more episode remaining to incinerate our nerves before its five-season run ends Sept. 29. And if you were watching Walter White - er, Bryan Cranston - and friends Sunday instead of tuning in to Bears-Pittsburgh, we understand. So to fill in the gaps, we've matched up the key players from Sunday's game with their "Breaking Bad" counterparts: Walter White: The undisputed star of the show.
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