Jimmy Kimmel broke Twitter, Viola Davis made everyone cry, 'La La Land' (briefly) won Best Picture, and Denzel Washington facilitated a marriage.
A conflicting collection of pre-recorded punditry evokes a strong reaction from the U.S. president.
The stars arrive for Hollywood's biggest night. From arrivals to winners and world reactions, the film industry's biggest night's thrills.
Critical favorite "Moonlight" won best picture, but only after "La La Land" was mistakenly announced as the winner first.
Paxton's long career includes roles in 'Apollo 13,' 'Titanic' and 'Edge of Tomorrow.'
Companies based in Poland, France and beyond are incorporating local history and culture into their video game titles.
Is 'La La Land' predestined to beat 'Moonlight'?
Nintendo has endured rough years since the success of the Wii and hopes to revolutionize gaming with the Switch console.
Nam talks moving to New York and catching his big break in the entertainment business.
The idea of a 9/11 musical might evoke some gasps, groans and nightmares. But its message of acceptance seems timely.
The annual black-tie event will go on despite the president's absence.
Leo finally got his golden statue, but there’s a long list of actors who have still never won, and other greats who’ve never even been nominated.
The annual celebration of the absolute worst in cinema also awarded Mel Gibson its Razzie Redeemer Award for 'Hacksaw Ridge.'
The squabble over the supposed fantasy of Damien Chazelle's film vs. the 'reality' of 'Moonlight' is unlikely to change the outcome on February 26.
Meryl Streep's accent in "The Iron Lady" was considered near-perfect.
The Academy Awards don’t always get it right.
Affleck stepped down as director in January, leaving the project open to new hands.
Slim Shady is back for a third headline slot at the popular U.K. event.
Newsweek spoke to "Moonlight" star Naomie Harris, "Hidden Figures" writer Allison Schroeder and more.
Watch movies and shows such as "Julie's Greenroom," "Harlots" and "The Dressmaker," plus a new stand-up comedy special from Amy Schumer.
"Eeny, meeny, miny, moe" apparel infuriates U.K. shopper and is pulled from stores.
The world's most famous transgender celebrity has a message for the U.S. government.
"Who thinks they can tell you what to do with your body, with your mind?” says the singer.
Nicole Kidman, Michael Moore and other acceptance speeches that prove the Oscars were always kind of political.
Newsweek catches up with Katy Perry, Emeli Sande and more on British music's biggest night.
"Artists have some responsibility to respond to the world around them," says frontman Paul Smith.
Since 'Knight Rider' was cancelled, the original cars from the show were lost among thousands of replicas. Where did they end up?
A new exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York celebrates the city's large and diverse Muslim population.
"Everything she wore was photographed and commented on," curator Libby Thompson says of her enduring style.
A new exhibition will mark the 20th anniversary of Diana's death.