Walt Disney Animation Studios’ second official “Zootopia” trailer showcases the “gleaming city where animals of all breeds, predator and prey alike, live together in peace and harmony” — mostly.
In a recent “Studio C” sketch, Mr. Eckelstone navigates student drivers through tough weather conditions while warning the students about possible perils.
A video featuring quarterback Aaron Rodgers and point guard Chris Paul showing off their respective talents with some complex trick shots has garnered 3 million views in just two days.
Bryce Romney traveled to the Dominican Republic with his sister Brooke to surprise their parents.
A group of hairstylists from Lehi to Ogden volunteered hours of service to provide free haircuts to those in need at the Ogden Rescue Mission.
Lexi appeared on “In Performance: Christmas Under the Stars,” a BYUtv special that aired Dec. 6. During the special, Walker performed “A Merry Christmas to Me,” and she posted a video of that song Friday.
In a recent video, several children, some of whom can’t even afford a Christmas tree, are proving they understand that giving is better than receiving.
Lindsey Stirling collaborated with Peter Hollens to create a Star Wars medley in 2013, but in light of Friday’s release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” the force of their excitement remains strong.
Warner Bros. Pictures, distributor of “The Lego Movie,” released a trailer Thursday for a new film, “Storks.”
A video posted to Facebook and YouTube by Christmas 24, a TV channel that shows Christmas movies throughout November and December, has garnered a total of more than 1.5 million views on the two platforms.
Baptists and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints participated in an interfaith Christmas concert on Sunday at the Mount Moriah Baptist Church in Los Angeles, California.
Netflix released the first teaser trailer for “Fuller House” on its YouTube channel Thursday and announced the show’s premiere date.
In a new Mormon Channel video, Joseph reflects on his interactions with Jesus Christ.
Brigham Young University’s Vocal Point released its latest Christmas music video Tuesday.
Cast members from the upcoming movie and the franchise’s earlier films joined “Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon and The Roots to perform an a cappella tribute.
The first official teaser trailer to J.K. Rowling’s “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” was released Tuesday by Warner Bros. Pictures and quickly garnered hundreds of thousands of views within hours.
Filmmaker Devin Graham’s YouTube channel features a wide array of extreme sports, but in his most recent video, he captures extreme kindness and service.
Brigham Young University-Idaho student Crista Guthrie joined Trevor Loucks from 92 Keys to perform an original cover of “Carol of the Bells” in a recent music video.
In a recent video, a flash mob performed songs from “Mary Poppins” in celebration of Dick Van Dyke’s 90th birthday.
In a recent video, Stuart “Edge” Edgington joined Beyond Measure to bring some extra Christmas cheer to those working the drive-thru.
In honor of the upcoming release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” Sonya Belousova has released a medley themes from the popular film franchise.
Vocalists David Archuleta and Nathan Pacheco recently recorded a cover of “The Prayer” and released a video of the arrangement Thursday.
The Five Strings, a Utah-based musical group of five siblings, surprised families with a performance in their most recent video.
Brigham Young University Vocal Point member Bryce Romney collaborated with several Utah-based entertainers in a Christmas music video released Dec. 1.
Disney released the first official trailer for Steven Spielberg’s live-action adaptation of Roald Dahl’s beloved story “The BFG” on Wednesday.
Singer Peter Hollens released an a cappella rendition of “Mary, Did You Know?” Wednesday after fans requested the arrangement.
Vocal Point and Noteworthy teamed up with Faith Counts, a nonprofit, nondenominational organization that shares messages of faith, to create a music video for their a cappella arrangement of “Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful.”
Members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at the University of California Los Angeles show chivalry isn’t dead by serving a 12-year-old cancer “warrior.”
Utah resident Stuart “Edge” Edgington and community members joined forces to make one family’s Christmas extra special.
In their fourth annual Christmas music video, the Orgill family of Highland, Utah, danced to Justin Bieber’s rendition of “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.”