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Slideshow: Nine-Image Gallery of Chicago-Filmed ‘The Dilemma’ With Vince Vaughn From Ron Howard

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Left to right: Winona Ryder, Kevin James, Jennifer Connelly and Vince Vaughn.


CHICAGO – Universal Pictures on Wednesday released new production stills for the new film “The Dilemma,” which was filmed in Chicago. The film, which stars Vince Vaughn, Kevin James, Winona Ryder and Jennifer Connelly from director Ron Howard, opens on Jan. 14, 2011.

Blu-Ray Review: Queen Latifah, Common Charm in Romantic ‘Just Wright’

Just Wright

CHICAGO – Romantic movies thrive on cliches in the same way that slasher movies need a body count and musicals need a bit of song and dance. Success or failure is all in the execution of the known commodity of cliche. With actors as charismatic as Queen Latifah and Common in the lead roles, it’s easy to overlook said commodity in the relatively-charming “Just Wright,” now on Blu-ray and DVD.

Film News: Universal Changes Title of Ron Howard’s ‘What You Don’t Know’ to ‘The Dilemma’

CHICAGO – After being unofficially named the “Untitled Cheating Project” and “Cheaters,” Universal Pictures told HollywoodChicago.com on Thursday that the official name of Ron Howard’s Chicago-filmed picture has changed from “What You Don’t Know” to “The Dilemma”.

‘What You Don’t Know’ is Official Title to Ron Howard’s ‘Untitled Cheating Project’ With Vince Vaughn

Queen Latifah, Channing Tatum and Jennifer Connelly in Ron Howard's Cheaters

CHICAGO – Ron Howard’s Chicago-filmed “Untitled Cheating Project” comedy (which has also unofficially been referred to as “Cheaters”) has a new title: “What You Don’t Know,” Universal Pictures confirmed with HollywoodChicago.com on Thursday. The film is slated to hit theaters on Jan. 14, 2011.

Blu-Ray Review: Romantic Comedy Fans Deserve Better Than ‘Valentine’s Day’

Valentine's Day

CHICAGO – Clearly conceived as something like an American version of “Love Actually,” Garry Marshall’s “Valentine’s Day” is an unqualified disaster, a film that’s only interesting in that it may hold the record for the most household names sucked into one horrible film.

Queen Latifah, Common, Paula Patton Are Just Short of ‘Just Wright’

CHICAGO – Queen Latifah and the rapper Common put an interesting and necessary twist on the romantic comedy genre, but still cannot help but fall back on the recurring rom-com clichés that eventually undermines the new film “Just Wright.”

Ron Howard’s ‘Cheaters’ With Vince Vaughn to Have Open Chicago Casting Call on May 22, 2010

CHICAGO – Here’s something novel from legendary director Ron Howard: a new comedy. And a Chicago Blackhawks-themed open casting call for the film, which is unofficially called “Cheaters,” is coming to Chicago on May 22, 2010.

Slideshow: ‘Just Wright’ Red Carpet, Phoenix Phenom, Chicago Bears

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Songwriter Phoenix Phenom

CHICAGO – Rapper and lead star Common wasn’t the only one to walk the red carpet for his film “Just Wright.” Bobby Simmons, a real New Jersey Net who appeared in the film, Phoenix Phenom, songwriter and members of the Chicago Bears were also in the house.

Chicago Red Carpet: Common on His Lead Role in ‘Just Wright’

CHICAGO – The rapper and actor Common came back to his hometown of Chicago last week to participate in the red carpet premiere of his new film, “Just Wright,” co-starring Queen Latifah and Paula Patton (”Precious”).

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