These films from the 1930s and 1940s can help imbue the spirit of romance into the Valentine’s holiday.
William R. Forstchen's new novel, "One Year After," is the sequel to his 2009 novel, "One Second After," in which the United States is devastated by an EMP attack. Read more »
Utah author Mette Ivie Harrison, who is LDS, shares perspectives on some LDS Church history, temples and cultural customs in "His Right Hand" that aren’t always easy to read in a novel. Read more »
The Ziegfeld Theater has received a donation of seats from the Jordan Landing Cinemark movie theater. Read more »
All Broadway shows — both matinees and evening performances — were cancelled Saturday after New York state officials declared a weather emergency. Read more »
The Disney resorts feature many rides and attractions. From bears and robots to pirates and ghosts, several movies have been based on those themes. Here are five movies based on Disney theme-park... Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert shared the red carpet Friday with actors Julianne Nicholson, Takashi Yamaguchi and Margo Martindale at the Salt Lake City gala film premiere at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts... Read more »
With its sophisticated staging, original story and quality performances, “Two Dollar Bill” is engaging all the way through. The show runs through Jan. 30 at Simmons Pioneer Memorial... Read more »
The funny and warm comedy “The Intern” is on Blu-ray and DVD this week, along with the thrilling true story “Everest.” Read more »
It has been 14 years since “The X-Files” aired on television and eight years since Agents Mulder and Scully last appeared together on the big screen. On Jan. 24, Fox is reviving the... Read more »
Information for parents about the film "The 5th Wave." Read more »
Teenagers are called upon to save the world in most apocalyptic sci-fi flicks these days, but would they really get off the couch to do that? Read more »
If “The 5th Wave” is any indication, the well of young adult creativity is running dry. Read more »
Many are criticizing this year's Oscars because there are no people of color in any major awards categories. But it's hard to determine whether that's because of racism. Read more »
Robert Redford, the godfather of the Sundance Film Festival, didn't hesitate Thursday when he declared that film "is not in a good place." Read more »
As Hollywood continues to be battered by a backlash to the lack of diversity in the Oscar nominations and in the film industry at large, it doesn't have to look far for inspiration: Just turn on... Read more »
Embracing the story: Sundance Film Festival offers younger audiences exposure to independent, foreign films
Allowing younger audiences to “embrace” foreign and independent films and the lessons they convey is among the primary goals of the Sundance Film Festival’s Sundance Kids program... Read more »
Filmmakers are looking for video footage of Alpine in 1970s for a documentary that is being produced on former BYU artists Dennis Smith, Gary Smith, Trevor Southey and Neil Hadlock. Read more »
Founded in 1999, IDW is a powerhouse in the entertainment industry. The company's roots are in publishing award-winning comic books. In 2014, IDW Games launched and found success. This is a review... Read more »
While the Sandy Hook shooting may be an extreme example of families trying to heal after a huge loss, director Kim Snyder’s “Newtown” has a lot to teach its audience about grief,... Read more »
"The X-Files" creator Chris Carter is pleased to update the original template with his 21st-century unease. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny are glad to be playing opposite each other again as... Read more »
The release of "Star Wars: Episode VIII" has been delayed from May 2017 to December 2017. Read more »
Willow, a 6-day-old giraffe, rests near her mother, Pogo, at Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City on Tuesday. Read more »
Edgar Allen Poe was born on this day in 1809. Poetry — one of the most important and time-honored forms of literature in the world — brought us greats like William Shakespeare and... Read more »
I've been battling a case of the "Shoulds," those little thoughts that tell me I am simply not good enough. Read more »
Glenn Frey, who co-founded the Eagles and with Don Henley became one of history's most successful songwriting teams with such hits as "Hotel California" and "Life in the Fast Lane," has died. Read more »
Whether it's on YouTube, with HuffPost Live or in her new book, Lindsey Stirling encourages her fans to be true to who they are. Read more »
Sophie and Agatha, former best friends and now rivals, are on different sides of the fight for good and evil. The forces of evil have taken over their school, and now all have to decide which... Read more »
"Fairy House" is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Its front cover, boasting pint-size crafts intricately crafted from natural materials, begs for the book to be picked up and flipped through. Read more »
Chuck Wendig's book "Star Wars: Aftermath" attempts to tie the original trilogy of Star Wars films to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," which opened Dec. 18. Read more »
"Ultimate Spy" by H. Keith Melton is a spy master's encyclopedia chock-full of spy fun. Read more »
"The Foreigner" is so well done that it draws genuine belly laughs from the audience rather than just a gentle chuckle or two as a shy fellow who pretends he cannot speak English changes the lives... Read more »
Jenn Blosil, an Orem native, auditioned for “American Idol,” receiving a golden ticket and praise from the judges. Read more »
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts will close Monday for a year of renovations. Read more »
Utah Opera is ringing in the new year with the operetta “The Merry Widow,” which will be performed Jan. 16-24 at Capitol Theatre and features love, comedy, dance and spectacle. Read more »
The cunning and highly entertaining TV series “Mr. Robot” is on Blu-ray and DVD this week. Read more »
The new year brings new design trends and ideas for home design. Read more »
Here are five movies from various platforms families may want to consider as recommended by the Deseret News features department and ok.com. Because not all are appropriate for younger children,... Read more »
Ever been told a movie is a heart-pounding thriller that'll have you on the edge of your seat? Thanks to wearable technology, Hollywood has the tools to prove it. Read more »
NEW YORK (AP) — Dan Haggerty, the rugged, bearded actor who starred in the film and TV series "The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams" about a mountain man and animal trainer, has died.... Read more »
John Wayne Schulz returned to the "American Idol" stage this year and left once again with a golden ticket. Read more »
“Norm of the North” wants to be a cute kids movie with a pro-environment message, but that message gets lost in a sea of disjointed story lines and staccato joke bits. Read more »
Ashlund Jade, a 12-year-old singer from Salt Lake City, is one of several artists featured on DreamWorksTV’s online cover song series “Songs That Stick.” The series features... Read more »
"Mustang" is the story of a young girl who struggles to escape a nightmare of a home life. The film wants to send a message about old world patriarchal cultures, but it stumbles over itself to get... Read more »
A trio of documentaries highlights new DVDs and Blu-rays in release this week. Read more »
Some of the latest rebooted movie-franchise sequels are looking more like remakes these days. Read more »
Rene Angelil, Celine Dion's husband and manager, has died at his suburban Las Vegas home, authorities said Thursday. He was 73 and had battled throat cancer. Read more »
Four more LDS contestants will advance to the next round of the "American Idol" competition in Los Angeles. Read more »
British actor Alan Rickman, a classically-trained stage star and sensual screen villain in the "Harry Potter" saga and other films, has died. He was 69. Read more »
“In Jackson Heights” is an exhaustive portrait of a multicultural neighborhood in Queens, New York. At three hours long, it’s an experience only for the patient — and even... Read more »
The brutal frontier saga "The Revenant" leads the 88th annual Academy Awards with 12 nominations, while the acting categories were again filled entirely by white performers. Read more »
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