We’re not sure how the rest of James Violet’s 15 minutes — or years — of fame will go, but the first five minutes certainly were impressive.
Ross Reeder remembers the first time he saw “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
An Ogden native and former Weber State track team member will be featured on a Discovery Channel wilderness reality show this fall.
For the new animated movie “Abominable,” bringing a big city in China to life with accuracy means that even the trash has to look right. Chinese animators collaborating with DreamWorks animators urged them to dump metal trash cans from backdrops because “we don’t have metal trash cans.”
Two words describe this year’s Gangrene Comedy Film Festival.
Known for turning improbable situations into comedy gold with his witty stand-up routines and as the star of two popular TV series from the 1970s and ‘80s, Bob Newhart turns 90 on Sept. 5 (see www.bobnewhartofficial.com).
OGDEN — Film crews from “Yellowstone” are back in town to shoot scenes for the western drama’s third season.
OGDEN — The parking garage behind the Weber Center is still standing, but plans to tear down the deteriorating structure are moving forward.
FARMINGTON — On a quiet spring afternoon in 2018, a man was in crisis. Police officers were burned, and a medic was assaulted.
OGDEN — Fans of the popular teen CW show “Riverdale” will have a chance to meet one of the stars Saturday in Ogden.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — The old storm-damaged red brick house will be destroyed for good this time.
‘Magnificent Seven’ rides into town
Ogden screens rich Asians & poor dancers
Grab a blanket and snacks. Here's the movies coming to Northern Utah's outdoor screens next week.
Internet-breaker Ralph hits Peery’s Egyptian
OGDEN — La serie de Noches de Película los lunes en el anfiteatro de Ogden presentará los largometrajes animados “Shrek” y “Shrek 2” — con una excelente sorpresa para la creciente población de nuestra ciudad.
Want to enjoy a movie outside? There are plenty of options for you this week around Northern Utah, including multiple showings of the latest Spider-man installment and some older movies going back to the big screen for one night only.
Wesley Eure could easily be thought of as the Forrest Gump of the entertainment world.
SALT LAKE CITY — Now THIS is how movies were meant to be enjoyed.
SNOWBASIN — The popular Movies on the Mountain Series returns this summer to Snowbasin Resort.
OGDEN — A little bit of Hollywood could be coming to Weber County.
Sydney Roberts’ 15 minutes of fame just earned her a cool $20,000.
OGDEN — The Captain was right. Some men, you just can’t reach.
Holy superhero fatigue, Batman, “Shazam!” is actually good.
The Kevin Costner-led "Yellowstone" is returning to TV this June.
OK, there’s, like, a million of them, so it’s kinda hard to narrow it down. But here are our Top 5 favorite moments from “Napoleon Dynamite” …
Don’t worry about Jon Heder, the lovable nerd from “Napoleon Dynamite.” He’s doing just fine, thank you very much.
Ahead of Sunday’s 91st Academy Awards, Associated Press film writers Lindsey Bahr and Jake Coyle share their predictions for a ceremony that has few sure things.
OGDEN — The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour is returning to town for the 19th year, featuring films highlighting the best in mountain culture and adventure.
“The LEGO Movie” is a hard act to follow.
Look no further, the 2019 Sundance Film Festival has found its feel-good movie of the year.
Director Nisha Ganatra called her latest project “Late Night” “an ode to hard work and how far it can take you” at a Q&A following the film’s world premiere Friday in Park City.
Actor Zac Efron has film lovers buzzing again, but this time, not for his popular singing and dancing parts in movies like “The Greatest Showman” and “High School Musical.”
The Sundance Film Festival is back and bigger than ever with more than 100 world premiere features selected out of a record-breaking 14,259 submissions from 152 countries.
OGDEN — The Lady Wild Film Fest returns this weekend, bringing with it plenty of snow.
OGDEN — The Weber County Heritage Foundation is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a free birthday party and movie at Peery's Egyptian Theater.
OGDEN — “The Greatest Showman” is about to become even greater, thanks to a theater full of Northern Utah voices.
OGDEN — Get ready for a year-long battle of the sexes.
Just in time for Christmas, here’s your official GO! list of the absolute best and worst holiday movies known to mankind.
With the Christmas season under way, there are a slew of holiday movies out there — some of which have been filmed right here in Utah.
OGDEN — A new History Channel TV show is based right out of Ogden, called "Brothers in Arms."
OGDEN — Free move. Free popcorn. Free drink.
LAYTON — It may not be anywhere near as big as FanX, the annual comic convention in Salt Lake City, but what this little gathering lacks in size it more than makes up for in enthusiasm.
OGDEN — If the weather is turning cold, it must be time for another Warren Miller winter sports movie.
When director Chantelle Squires recently set out to make a film about women, by women and for women, the story of Emma Hale Smith, Joseph Smith’s wife, and Jane Manning James seemed the perfect fit.
OGDEN — Kristy Jones would like nothing more than to be unemployed.
OGDEN — “West Side Story” is brought back to the big screen at Peery’s Egyptian Theater for a musical event guaranteed to get people singing.