PARK CITY — To borrow a famous line from “Arrested Development,” with two minor substitutions: “I mean, it’s one (movie), Michael. What could it cost? (500 million) dollars?”That’s where Anthony and Joe Russo find themselves these days. The brothers, who helped create and direct the influential sitcom, now helm Marvel’s next two Avengers films, the forthcoming “Avengers: Infinity War” and an as-yet-untitled follow-up. Combined, those two films have a reported production budget of $1 billion.
SALT LAKE CITY — Sundance Film Festival is in Park City, right? Well, yes, but it’s also in Salt Lake City, too — and more and more, in a big way. This year’s festival, which kicks off Jan. 18, will include 141 separate screenings in Salt Lake City alone. If every seat at every Salt Lake City screening were filled this year, it could accommodate 61,048 attendees.
There will surely be more concerts announced in the coming weeks. As things stand right now, though, here are 10 concerts coming to Utah that’ll be worth the price of admission.Booker T. Jones: Saturday at The State RoomThe legendary frontman for Booker T. & the M.G.’s visits Salt Lake City — I can’t think of a better way to kick off 2018. A master songwriter, producer and organ player, Booker T. is a towering figure in contemporary music.
Today is my last day at the Herald. Gonna be joining the Deseret News' A&E team in a few weeks. As such, I'll be decommissioning this Twitter account pretty soon. Continue to follow my adventures at @TheCourtMann.
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Selecting a term
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