Which movie shot in Minnesota is the most iconic? “Jingle All the Way”? “Grumpy Old Men”?
From Minneapolis to tiny Cold Spring, the Minnesota theaters premiering “The Interview” on Christmas Day are approaching the film with little of the trepidation that led Sony to cancel its release.
A retrospective documentary is capturing the life and times of a respected Midwest country musician who plays more than 200 gigs a year — and more amazingly — hasn’t missed one in 59 years.
The world premiere of a movie shot in St. Paul over the summer brought out a crowd Sunday afternoon. It’s called Underland 2. The stars of the show are all teenagers or young adults who have mental or physical disabilities.
Twenty years ago, a boy took over as manager and owner of the Minnesota Twins. At least he did on the big screen. The film “Little Big League” turns 20 years old this month, so the Twins decided to have some fun with it Sunday at Target Field.
It’s lights, camera, action on the campus of St. Catherine University in St. Paul. A special movie production is underway, featuring young adults with disabilities. And professional filmmakers are involved, donating their talents.
A Minneapolis cemetery will screen the Buster Keaton comedy classic “The General” as a fundraiser over Memorial Day weekend. The Friends of the Cemetery will show the silent movie on Saturday at about 8:30 p.m. at Minneapolis Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery.
A movie could be made about the massive data breach that affected Target last fall. A Hollywood reporter said Sony has bought the rights to a New York Times article about blogger Brian Krebs who exposed the breach.
The luxury hotel tucked away in the Czech town of Karlovy Vary isn’t the actual hotel where the film was shot, but the hapless romantic/lover of old ladies and poetry-reciting concierge Monsieur Gustave and his humble protégé Moustafa would’ve felt plenty at home running the place.
Win a great prize pack from Dave Lee…Just let him know what YOUR IDEAL VALENTINE’S DAY DATE NIGHT consists of.
The movie “Blackfish” will change the way you think of SeaWorld and the treatment of killer whales. See the trailer here.
Capt. Richard Phillips, the hijacking survivor who inspired the new movie “Captain Phillips,” is coming to Minnesota to speak. Phillips is scheduled to appear Dec. 8 at Beth El Synagogue’s “Heroes Among Us” series in St. Louis Park.
Whether you just want some down time away from the games and rides or want a video to remind of the fun you had, the newest attractions have it all.
A new movie is being filmed in the Twin Cities right now, and the cast is sure to capture attention.
More than a hundred kids spent this steamy summer day indoors — in a school — waiting in line for a shot at the bright lights of Hollywood.
And right now I’m even tempted to describe the doc as refreshing and nutritious as honey. And so I will. More Than Honey is just that — it’s smart, multi-layered, glittering with interesting characters, varied scenes, and Planet Earth-pretty images of bees, flying, working, mating, dying, enduring. More Than Honey is easily one of my favorite science docs this year. And while it’s not all doom-saying, don’t thinks movie won’t give you pause. Ands loads to think about.
John Ziegler will join Chad to discuss his movie, “Framing Paterno”. He joined Piers Morgan Monday night and things got testy.
It’s been nearly six months since Andrew Engeldinger shot and killed six people, including himself, at Accent Signage in Minneapolis.
At seven people strong, the Wilson family wasn’t about to attempt shopping on Black Friday.
Charlie Brown is coming to the big screen. The animated Peanuts characters, created by Minnesota-native Charles Schulz, will star in their own movie, as Schulz’s son Craig and grandson, Bryan, helped write the screenplay.
New movie with Tilda Swinton and John C. Reilly has a lot of people talking. See the trailer, will you talk about Kevin?
Seeing that Hollywood is running out of ideas for new movies, it only seems logical to use the debt ceiling debate as the next great film. Daily Beast has already selected the cast.
“Gone With The Wind,” “The Godfather” and “The Wizard of Oz” are among the popular movies that started as a book. But there are far more films that flopped in transition. So, why is it that the book is often better than the movie?
Marcus Theaters in Wisconsin and five other states plan to host a marathon of seven Harry Potter movies before the eighth and final one opens Friday.
This Guy makes a movie out of THE PROPOSAL! Hollywood couldn’t write a script better than this!