Good Question: Why Are Deep Voices Music To Our Ears?For a limited time, Morgan Freeman will be the voice of Google's navigation app, Waze. But, what makes his sound music to our ears? Good Question.
Minnesota At The Movies: Red Carpet Fashion At The OscarsIt's not as though many of us have a closet-full of feathered gowns for special occasions. So just why do we care what the movie stars will be wearing on the red carpet at this weekend's Oscars? You may be surprised.
Omnifest Returns To St. Paul's Science MuseumIf you love binge-watching TV series, this could be right up your alley. The Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown St. Paul is kicking off Omnifest -- their eight-week film festival -- this weekend.
Good Questions: Box Office Records, Snow Vs. Rain, NYE Ball StorageThrough the end of 2015, "Star Force: The Force Awakens" has sold 70 million tickets in the United States. So, Katie wants: What movie has sold the most tickets of all time? According to Box Office Mojo's list of ticket sales, "Gone With The Wind" takes the number-one spot in the United States with 202 million tickets sold.
Good Question: Where Does Box Office Money Go?"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" keeps shattering box-office records. The seventh episode of the saga has now brought in over $1 billion worldwide. So where do all of those box office dollars go? Good Question.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Movie Theater In MinnesotaEven though you can watch a movie on your TV, laptop or iPad these days, great theaters still make going to the movies worth buying a ticket.
Couple Ties The Knot At 'Star Wars' Premiere In Apple ValleyThe force led Megan Thompson and Anthony Nygren to their destiny, as they said "I do," or rather, "as you wish."
Good Question: How Are Movie Ratings Decided?"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is rated PG-13, causing some parents to think twice before taking their kids to see it. PG-13 has been the most common parental rating for more than a decade, making up more than half the movies and bringing in twice as much money as those rated R and G.
Minnesota Theaters Brace For Massive 'Star Wars' OpeningIn a movie theater not too far away, Jedis and Storm Troopers are in full anticipation. The hype is in overdrive for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Actor, Hockey Player & Minnesota Native Joe Cure Killed In Montana Rollover CrashAuthorities say actor and hockey player Joe Cure of Bloomington, best known for his portrayal of Mike Ramsey in the 2004 film Miracle, was killed in a rollover crash in Montana, police say.
Youth Homelessness Highlighted In Twin Cities Film FestThe Twin Cities Film Fest is bringing social awareness to the community. Its "Changemaker Series" is highlighting the issue of youth homelessness. The festival partnered with YouthLink to help viewers walk a mile in the shoes of someone experiencing homelessness.
Oscar Nominee John Hawkes To Appear At Twin Cities Film FestAlexandria native and Oscar nominee John Hawkes is set to appear at the Twin Cities Film Fest. Hawkes will appear Monday night at a screening of his new movie, "Too Late." Hawkes plays a troubled private investigator hired to find a missing woman from his own past.