An actor puts on serious muscle for his latest role, and two SNL alums gear up for awards season.
Its not just about the floats anymore at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.
Don't want to cook? See a list of many area restaurants in Springfield and Branson that are open for Thanksgiving.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Hoping to burn up some calories before the big Thanksgiving meal? There are two turkey day 5K walk/runs scheduled in the area Thanksgiving morning.
Popular movie rental company Redbox plans to raise its rates.
A pop star is getting ready for some football. And the President honors some A-list celebs.
The rumors were true -Katy Perry will headline the halftime show at Super Bowl XLIX.
Channing Tatum is ready to go behind the camera, Tina Fey makes a major move, and the odds are clearly in favor of "Mockingjay Part 1."
CARTHAGE, Mo. -- Love comes around sometimes when you least expect it. That's true for humans and, evidently, turkeys.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Springfield Art Museum will hold a Family Day Saturday as part of their Deck the Halls event.
Two hotly-anticipated sequels have been given premiere dates.
(CNN) -- Director Mike Nichols, one of the few people to win an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony award, died Wednesday evening, according to a note from ABC News' president to its staff.
It's a big weekend for fans of The Hunger Games. The next chapter hits theaters Friday. Chris the Critic with the Missouri Film Alliance has a preview in this week's Box Office Buzz
Hollywood tackles the Boston bombing. And People crowns its Sexiest Man Alive.
(CNN) -- When you're talking about Chris Hemsworth being named People magazine's new Sexiest Man Alive, don't make the mistake of calling him "that guy from 'The Hunger Games.'"
Bono is the king of bad luck, and an oscar winner lines up his next role.
Actor James Franco does some pretty weird things, Solange Knowles ties the knot,and this weekend's box office winners
A TLC star won't be baking cakes anytime soon. And a scary flight for U2's frontman.
A much-anticipated movie has a new teaser trailer, and a boy band makes a big announcement.
Two decades later, Lloyd and Harry are back together. Chris the Critic from the Missouri Film Alliance has a preview of "Dumb & Dumber To".
A singer releases an app along with her new single, and a prolific actress is receiving an unexpected award.
Celebrities hit the red carpet for a blockbuster premiere, and an internet sensation is moving on to new mediums.
An acclaimed screenwriters disappoints his fans, Matt Damon has a surprise for Bourne fans, and an animated film tops this weekend's box office.
CNN -- You would think that having a blindfolded Nik Wallenda walk on a tightrope would be enough to feed the Internet's appetite.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- For the first time in over 23 years, Garth Brooks is returning to Little Rock, AR. The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood will be at Verizon Arena on Friday, December 12 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 13 at 7:00 p.m.
"Star Wars: Episode VII" has officially gotten an official title.
The country music industry honors its latest and greatest, and Taylor Swift's new album breaks records.
A space epic and a new offering from Disney - some of the movie debuts this weekend. Chris the Critic takes a look in this week's Box Office Buzz.
Is Beyonce getting ready to release new music? And will U2 spend a week on late night TV?
A pop star is hitting the road, and a former late night host is staging a comeback.
CBSNews -- Tom Magliozzi, one-half of NPR's hit radio show "Car Talk," died Monday of complications from Alzheimer's disease, NPR reports. He was 77.
Comedian Chris Rock gets controversial on Saturday Night Live while singer Prince gives the show a rare performance. And the Halloween weekend box office numbers are in.
BRANSON, Mo. – With Halloween done and gone, Branson is kicking off the holiday season starting Saturday.
SOUTHWEST Mo. --With the season in full gear, fall and holiday festivals galore are planned around the Ozarks. Take a look at our list of upcoming events in your area.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- You've probably seen those popular ghost hunters shows on cable TV. But you might not know there is a local organization checking out claims of ghosts in the Ozarks.
Seth Rogen has a new role, and game of thrones fans have a reason to celebrate.
Here is a list of safe and alternative Halloween/October 31 events in communities around the Ozarks.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Kids of all ages, along with their families, were invited to dress up in Halloween costumes and enjoy a free concert from the Springfield Symphony.
One of the scariest scenes in cinema is getting a Halloween twist. CNN's Jeanne Moos tells us this jack-o-lantern is a real scream.
An actor unveils a new trick and a studio announces lucrative new franchises.
Chris the Critic from the Missouri Film Alliance joins us once again to dish on the latest and greatest box office hits and must-see movies.
A band releases a long-awaited single and an actor returns to his roots.
The Missouri Film Office is co-sponsoring a new event with the Missouri Motion Media Association in an effort to promote the growth of the film and television industry within Missouri.
Have a fun and safe Halloween with these safety tips from the Lawrence County, Missouri Sheriff's Department.
A Grammy-winner is saying, "Welcome to New York!" and the AMA's have announced their first set of performers.
"The Big Bang Theory's" Jim Parsons is taking over an iconic role...and movie going audiences were looking for a fright in the weekend ahead of Halloween.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Do you like the treasure-hunt feeling you get while looking through flee markets or antique stores? If the answer is yes, you should make room on your calendar this weekend for the Fall Antique Festival.
(CNN) -- Jack Bruce, singer, songwriter and bassist for legendary 1960s rock band Cream, died Saturday at age 71.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Beware a zombie invasion on historic C-Street in Springfield Saturday night.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Beautiful fall weather made Saturday morning easier for walkers and runners participating in several events in the Ozarks.