"Even though it's a property that has been around for so long, somehow it still feels new," Finn Wolfhard tells Newsweek about 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife.'
"We're all passing for one thing or another," Tessa Thompson tells Newsweek about her new film 'Passing' and the legacy of racial passing.
"She felt unpredictable in a way that felt dangerous. There was something about her that made me feel so strong," Kristen Stewart told Newsweek about portraying the late Princess Diana in the new film 'Spencer.'
"It's all about change and how far we've come. How change has to be less talk and more action," Sharon D Clarke tells Newsweek about her star-making turn as Caroline Thibodeaux in the revival of the musical 'Caroline or Change.'
"I think seeing four Black women on television leading a show, it's a beautiful thing," Brandy Norwood tells Newsweek about her new ABC show 'Queens,' premiering October 19.
"I love being able to stand in the gap for Black women," Niecy Nash tells Newsweek about her career and the fourth and final season of TNT's "Claws."
With 7.8 million subscribers and over a billion views, YouTube's Dr. Mike is on a mission to get everyone "excited about their health."
"I was just moved by the idea that someone could not be redeemed on Earth, but that they could be redeemed spiritually by discovering the truth," Jake Gyllenhaal tells Newsweek about his character in the new Netflix thriller 'The Guilty.'
"There is always something that makes human beings feel on the outside or feel disconnected," Ben Platt says about why people connect to his character in 'Dear Evan Hansen,' the film version of the Tony-award winning Broadway musical (in theaters September 24).
"There's something about Tammy Faye that says what is different about you is what is special about you,' Jessica Chastain tells Newsweek about playing Tammy Faye Messner in the new film 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye.'
"It felt like we were given both a mandate and freedom to make something a little new," Ashley Zukerman tells Newsweek about taking on the role of Robert Langdon—made famous by Tom Hanks—in Dan Brown's 'The Lost Symbol,' streaming on Peacock.
"It was a different story that we'd never heard before," Elijah Wood tells Newsweek about his new film 'No Man of God,' which follows the last days of serial killer Ted Bundy.
"Self-love is the best love," beauty influencer Patrick Starrr tells Newsweek about the inspiration behind his makeup brand One/Size Beauty.
"It's more about just being open and that means having a heart, and I think that's always been a part of comedy," SNL's Cecily Strong tells Newsweek about her new memoir 'This Will All Be Over Soon.'
"I've thrown a lot to the wind. I am becoming less and less edited,' Holland Taylor tells Newsweek about how she relates to her new character on Netflix's 'The Chair.'
"We can clearly see how crucial it is to hear and to see one another's stories," Jennifer Beals tells Newsweek about the second season of Showtime's 'The L Word: Generation Q.'
"The adventure I went on in making this was kind of like arriving in the place of adulthood," Joseph Gordon-Levitt tells Newsweek about his new Apple TV+ series 'Mr. Corman.'
"Once I did get the script, a lot of it came to life. I thought, 'Yeah, I've said yes to the right people,'" Angela Bassett tells Newsweek about her new film Gunpowder Milkshake.'
"The era is documented so much and it's parodied so much, it's easy to be funny. There was always a conversation of just keeping it as authentic as we could,' Rose Byrne tells Newsweek about her new Apple TV+ series 'Physical.'
"This season we geographically open up, we get to see outside of Gilead. And I guess the expanse played into that wonderful paradox of freedom," Joseph Fiennes tells Newsweek about the fourth season of the Hulu series 'The Handmaid's Tale.'
"I'm excited to finally talk about 'Asia,' because it's one of the projects—if not the most—that I felt very emotionally connected to," Shira Haas tells Newsweek about her new film "Asia."
"This history they think is so far removed is a reality for people in the present day,' Thuso Mbedu tells 'Newsweek' about the impact of slavery and why 'The Underground Railroad' is such an important story to tell.
"I feel really proud that we gave a fat character a lot of dignity. We never saw her get on a scale and sigh," Aidy Bryant tells Newsweek about the final season of Hulu's 'Shrill.'
"I basically just told the kind of story that I would like to see, I feel represented within and represents my experience as a father, as a Black man and as a husband," David Oyelowo told 'Newsweek' about his new film 'The Water Man.'
"The thing that these people are competing for are all real. I need this person," Bethenny Frankel told Newsweek about her new HBO Max reality series 'The Big Shot with Bethenny.'
"The crossover between the '50s and '60s to today is so parallel and in such a scary way," Danielle Brooks tells Newsweek about her performance as Mahalia Jackson in Lifetime's 'Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia.'
"The mob is not the same old mob. They're more high-tech now, and they're reaching places that you wouldn't normally associate them to be in," Christopher Meloni tells Newsweek about 'Law & Order: Organized Crime.'
"RuPaul's Drag Race" producers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato spill the tea to Newsweek about the popularity of "Drag Race UK" at home and abroad.
"We're doing this in real-time. We are, for lack of a better phrase, embracing the pandemic, understanding that we're playing frontline workers," Gina Torres tells Newsweek about her Fox series '9-1-1: Lone Star.'
Ross Butler from 'To All the Boys' and Disney's new 'Raya and the Dragon' tells Newsweek he's ready "to take a stand creatively" and to "choose things that I think will have an impact or will lead culture."