Sacha Baron Cohen and Ben Whishaw were both linked to play Mercury at one point.
Marvel wins 14 out of 14 at the U.S. box office.
Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio and James Corden all expressed thoughts on the election.
Meet the billionaire who owns a football team, a $28.2 million Picasso and the studio behind "The Dark Knight" trilogy.
Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon break character in the final sketch before the election.
The reunited post-punk heroes embark on a European tour behind their latest album, 'Head Carrier.'
Solmaz Sharif has been nominated for a National Book Award for "Look," her first book of poetry.
Writer's latest novel, 'The Terranauts,' is the story of a Biosphere-2-like experiment to prepare for the colonization of space.
There are two types of sacred places: those set aside for the divine and those for human remembrance.
Study shows that the songs that haunt our thoughts all share three distinct characteristics.
GLAAD released its annual “Where We Are on TV” report, which found more diversity on TV as well as the continued use of harmful tropes.
Most British restaurateurs are shameless with their wine prices but there are quality eateries where you can find fine wine for less.
The jury ruled that Rolling Stone acted “with actual malice” in publishing its now-infamous campus rape article.
Patterson Hood talks about the harsh realities expressed on the Drive-By Truckers’ newest album, American Band, and how most conservative musicians are “kind of morons.”
Terrified of Tuesday? Keep yourself occupied with titles like “Broad City,” “Bulworth” and “Black Mirror.”
Newsweek film critic Tom Shone on how the fashion designer continues to assert total control in his second feature film.
Jonathan Lethem's newest novel is “A Gambler's Anatomy,” about a backgammon player forced to come home to California.
Ruth Littman was born before women could vote. Now she intends to vote for the first woman to be president.
Belle will not be as passive as her animated 1991 incarnation in the new live-action Disney film.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May tell Newsweek what their new show has in common with a pie.
"Seven Seas of Rhye" was the legendary rock band's first chart hit.
Will director finally make "Kill Bill 3?"
With its $100 billion merger, Budweiser is truly the King of Beers, but heavy is the head (of foam) that wears the crown.
The year of Beyoncé continues.
Ewan McGregor's Renton faces his old friends 20 years after betraying them.
Howard’s new National Geographic series combines documentary footage with a scripted drama following the first manned mission to Mars in 2033.
For its next drama, Netflix is taking a peek inside Buckingham Palace.
The rapper says he is proof that black lives do matter to America.
Seventy-two new emojis are being added to Apple's next software update.
Bruno Mars, Bon Jovi and Jess Williamson all have albums coming out this month.