Andrew Garfield spoke to Newsweek and revealed he "knows" what's happening with the next Spider-Man movie and it might leave fans "disappointed."
"Y: The Last Man" showrunner Eliza Clark and actors Ben Schnetzer and Ashley Romans tell Newsweek how they adapted the original comic and updated it for 2021.
Everyone with a Y chromosome dies in the new dystopian series "Y: The Last Man." Here's how you can watch the first three episodes online now.
Keeley Hawes talks to Newsweek about her new Acorn TV show "Finding Alice" and whether or not the British humor will translate to American viewers.
Ryan Reynolds has made fun of himself many times over the years for his performance in the DC Comics movie "Green Lantern" but he's since had a change of heart.
Telling the story of the aftermath of 9/11, "Worth" is on Netflix now but the movie had an unexpectedly long journey from script to screen.
Video game adaptations have a chequered history but Peacock are hoping "Frogger" will be a hopping success as a game show.
"The Flight Attendant" proved to be a hit for Kaley Cuoco and HBO Max. Fans are wondering when we'll get to see the second season of the comedy drama.
The Tony award winner, which tells the true story of a tiny Newfoundland town that welcomed stranded travelers in the days after 9/11, will stream on Apple TV+.
Adam McKay's upcoming sci-fi comedy features an almighty cast list of talented actors. Here's a rundown of everyone in "Don't Look Up" on Netflix.
Charlie Cox talks about playing a Dublin gangster fresh out of prison in crime drama "Kin"—his first TV role since "Daredevil" on Netflix.
Episode 6 of "Nine Perfect Strangers" features, love, death and affairs as Masha's (Nicole Kidman) true intentions are revealed to the Marconi family.
John Mulaney appeared on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" to discuss his recent drug abuse, his intervention, and his relationship with Olivia Munn.
Married couple Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone have made a habit of starring in the same movies and TV shows. Here's a list of some of their most notable work.
Daniel Craig and the Bond producers exclusively discuss Craig's tenure as 007 in this Apple TV documentary ahead of the release of "No Time To Die."
Season 5 of "Rick and Morty" ended with an hour-long finale that saw the return of Evil Morty and explained Rick C-137's backstory on Adult Swim.
After the explosive events of "Rick and Morty" Season 5, fans now want to know when the show will be back for a sixth season on Adult Swim.
Episodes 9 and 10 of "Rick and Morty" are being combined into an hour-long finale on Adult Swim on Sunday, September 5, 2021.
Spider-Man has been lucky in love on and off screen in the 21s century. Take a look back at all the Peter Parkers who ended up dating their co-stars.
Michael Keaton and Stanley Tucci star in the drama "Worth" on Netflix but there's an emotionally testing true story behind the movie's difficult subject.
Screenwriter of "Worth" Max Borenstein speaks to Newsweek about making an "unmakeable movie" for Netflix based on the aftermath of September 11, 2001.
Marvel fans were convinced they spotted Cox reprise his role as Matt Murdock in last week's Spider-Man trailer but he assures Newsweek that's not the case.
Hulu's "Nine Perfect Strangers" shows the serious effects drugs can have as the characters start to suffer hallucinations, breakdowns and breakthroughs.
"Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed" on Netflix shows the curly haired painter with straight hair and different styles.
Winfrey is yet to respond to the accusations made by McGowan about the talk show host's connections to Harvey Weinstein and Russell Simmons.
Annie Murphy will return as the furious Allison McRoberts in the dark comedy "Kevin Can F**k Himself" on AMC. Season 2 will contain another eight episodes.
Musicals, creepy tales and erotic thrillers are just some of the things to look forward to in the movies coming to streaming services this September.