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November 7, 2011 | By Dana Moran and RedEye
Will sleuthing be the new vampires and zombies in 2012? Entertainment Weekly confirms that a live-action version of "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?" is in the works, potentially starring Jennifer Lopez. And MGM studios announced Monday it bought the movie rights to the "Where's Waldo?" series. We dug out our magnifying glass to see which trickster has the most movie potential. DAMORAN@TRIBUNE.COM | @REDEYEDANA Dossier: Carmen: As leader of the Villains' International League of Evil, or V.I.L.E., Carmen travels the globe committing...
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November 7, 2011 | By Dana Moran and RedEye
Will sleuthing be the new vampires and zombies in 2012? Entertainment Weekly confirms that a live-action version of "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?" is in the works, potentially starring Jennifer Lopez. And MGM studios announced Monday it bought the movie rights to the "Where's Waldo?" series. We dug out our magnifying glass to see which trickster has the most movie potential. DAMORAN@TRIBUNE.COM | @REDEYEDANA Dossier: Carmen: As leader of the Villains' International League of Evil, or V.I.L.E., Carmen travels the globe committing...
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January 28, 2014 | RedEye
Don't kid yourself - everything's a competition. Even Super Bowl Media Day. We feel safe declaring Richard Sherman the overall winner. Although he played it cool Tuesday, no doubt he drew the most attention and has an ingenious plan brewing. Here's how the rest of the day played out. . . WINNERS Marshawn Lynch By limiting his media session to 6 minutes and 20 seconds, Lynch wins the I Don't Give a [Bleep] award. Plus he avoid some of the weirder "reporters" at Media Day. No loss there.
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July 18, 2013 | By Adam Lukach, @lucheezy and RedEye
Kids like to touch stuff with their grubby little fingers. You can't touch stuff at museums. That's a problem--it's why children's museums are mostly just science-y sandboxes and toy chests. Unless they can "lean on that [Basquiat], Blue, you own it," like Blue Ivy can on Jay-Z's new album, kids have a hard time understanding the appeal of most things, let alone the appeal of something like contemporary art. Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art recently set out to "create a new type of experience for our audiences this summer," wrote Heidi Reitmaier, Beatrice C. Mayer...
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November 20, 2011 | Andy Downing, For RedEye
As December rolls into Chicago, a range of must-see shows accompany the plummeting temperatures, including an arena turn from one fast-rising indie icon (Bon Iver) and a rare appearance from a true rock legend (Jerry Lee Lewis). And while entertainment options dry up around Christmas, New Year's Eve looks to be packed with difficult decision for fans of dance music (Rusko vs. The Hood Internet), rock (Disappears vs. Cage the Elephant) and soul (JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound vs. Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears vs. Otis Clay)
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