Sharon Waxman, now founder of Hollywood news site TheWrap, says NY Times quashed her story in 2004.
A four-day period that began with a report about decades of sexual harassment ends with Harvey Weinstein being fired by his company.
On Sunday, more than 300 chefs, purveyors, and serious food enthusiasts mowed through dozens of small game-inspired plates at the 17th annual Wild About Game festival.
There are so many superheroes coming to save you from boredom this week.
Classics like "Casper," "Ghostbusters," "Beetlejuice" and more bring the Halloween aesthetic with none of the nightmares.
A new Pew Research Center study reveals gender and partisan gaps on whether women still face significant obstacles compared to men.
Wonder Woman is saving the cast of 'SNL' this weekend.
Actor Doug Jones tells Newsweek his plans for the streaming show's alien officer.
The writer behind 'Victor Frankenstein' and 'Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective' speaks to Newsweek about Internet outrage.
The sequel to 2013’s worldwide hit is bound to upset America First supporters with its international agenda.
"Take Me Apart" explores the pain of failing relationships and the clarity of knowing what you want.
Show creator Craig Bartlett promises fans the "most satisfying sequel ever."
The astrophysicist most recently chimed in about "Titanic." Is he veering away from his strictly science-based reviews?
Deckard is back. But this time he’s bringing Ryan Gosling with him.
The 'Hamilton' creator is a noted fan of the classic modern-day 'Romeo and Juliet.'
Leaving the biggest girl band in the U.S. was a bold gambit, but "I've always known who I am as an artist," says Cabello.
During a radio interview, Chan said "Rush Hour 4" would only happen if Tucker agreed.
“Donald Trump criticizing fake news is like Hugh Hefner criticizing fake breasts.”
Aaron Mahnke's popular podcast is now an Amazon Prime original.
Here's everything the Hollywood producer has said in trying to deflect, contest, or excuse accusations of sexual harassment.
A New York Times report alleges decades of harassment from the Hollywood mogul behind Miramax and the Weinstein Company.
Activists believe it will provide hope during a dark era for LGBT rights under Donald Trump and Mike Pence.
He also admits it was "weird" portraying his former co-star Chevy Chase in Netflix's upcoming film, 'A Futile and Stupid Gesture.'
The comics publisher has dealt with several race-related controversies in recent years.
Twenty-five years ago, R.E.M. confronted mortality and loss on its most beloved album.
The iconic stadium-fillers celebrate the 40th anniversary of their release on Saturday.
Will the star-crossed lovers of 'Scandal' get a happy ending in the final season?
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We're getting closer to the dystopian future "Blade Runner" imagined for 2019.
The filmmaker wants to repeal the Second Amendment. And he’s not the only one.