OGDEN — In the second season of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” East High School will face off against its fictional rival North High School — the filming location of which was at Ogden High School, 40 miles north of the real East High School in Salt Lake City.
The 2021 Sundance Film Festival is upon us, but no need to don your winter gear.
OGDEN — Emergency dispatchers might come across as “curt, short or uncaring,” a stereotype Cody Ray hopes will be dispelled when people watch a new reality TV show about the 911 operators.
LAYTON — Two stories of courageous heroes who pursued their dreams in America will be on full display this weekend with a couple of free outdoor movies.
OGDEN — The city’s popular Monday Night Movies series has been canceled this year, but organizers are encouraging residents to host their own private film series instead.
When most of us say that something was “The hardest thing I’ve ever done,” we’re usually talking about an activity the rest of us can relate to — like the time you ran/walked a 5K, or when you had to take the ACT or SAT exam on just two hours’ sleep, or you helped a buddy carry a piano up fi…
The Diesel Brothers of reality TV fame are appealing a federal court judgment that penalized them for $848,000 in Clean Air Act violations.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Diesel Brothers reality TV stars must pay $848,000 for modifying, marketing and selling pickup trucks with emission control defeat devices installed, a judge has ruled.
OGDEN — The annual Banff Mountain Film Festival returns to town this weekend, bringing the best in short films centered on skiing, climbing, kayaking, mountain biking and countless other adventure sports.
OGDEN — Who needs Sundance when you’ve got the Peery’s Egyptian Theater Film Series?
OGDEN — Don’t think of Ruth Carter as a costume designer. Think of her more as a storyteller.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Diesel Brothers have lost a bid for a court-mediated settlement conference they hoped could soften the blow of impending Clean Air Act monetary penalties.
OGDEN — The rumors were true, Ogden.
One of the inherently intriguing backstories of the Sundance Film Festival are the reports of independent filmmakers who — against all odds and on a shoestring budget — acquire big-time distributors for their small-time creations.
When it comes to diversity and inclusion, the Sundance Film Festival is making waves where other film institutions are barely making ripples.
OGDEN — Weber County Library patrons will be able to get a whole lot more with their library cards starting Monday.
SALT LAKE CITY — Attorneys for an environmental group have recommended that a maximum $4.4 million in Clean Air Act penalties could be assessed against the Diesel Brothers reality TV stars for rigging diesel pickup trucks to foil pollution controls.
Back for a fourth year, this time around the Lady Wild Film Fest is looking to go a bit deeper with its stories of women in the great outdoors.
P.T. Barnum reportedly claimed there’s a sucker born every minute. If that’s true, then the birth rate here in Utah must be closer to every 30 seconds or so.
Whatever else is happening this week, nothing comes close to the importance of the release of “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” in theaters.
BYUtv has built its “strongest Christmas lineup ever” this year, according to Andra Duke, director of content.
A new film festival debuts in Ogden this weekend, bringing with it the cult classic 1994 sci-fi film “Plan 10 From Outer Space.”
It may not have the same name recognition as Sundance, but the return of this weekend’s Ogden Film Festival promises to again offer a wide selection of short movies created by local and national directors.
On NBC's "The Voice" this week, James Violet performed a soulful rendition of Post Malone's "Stay."
Some of us just don’t do horror movies.
If the latest Warren Miller ski film is coming to town, can winter be far behind?
When Turner Classic Movies’ seventh Classic Cruise sets sail for a 5-night voyage from New York to Bermuda on Tuesday, Oct. 22, TCM host Ben Mankiewicz won’t really feel surrounded by strangers. Like past cruises organized by the cable movie channel, he expects to view the several thousand l…
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.
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.