Ryan Phillippe has two new movies out this month, "American Murderer" and "Summit Fever." He spoke with Newsweek's H. Alan Scott on the Parting Shot podcast about the films and that famous scene from "Cruel Intentions."
Pussy Riot's Nadya Tolokonnikova, who the Russian government calls a "foreign agent," talked to Newsweek at the Life Is Beautiful fest.
Ahead of his performance at Life is Beautiful in Las Vegas, Tai Verdes discussed TikTok fame, tastemaking, and his self-appointed status as best new artist.
"It's a big deal that [Amber Brown's] parents get divorced, and seeing it through a kid's eyes, her pain is so real," Bonnie Hunt tells Newsweek's Parting Shot with H. Alan Scott
"I've never seen my story represented on stage," Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "A Strange Loop," Michael R. Jackson, tells Newsweek's Parting Shot with H. Alan Scott.
The real Angelyne told Newsweek's H. Alan Scott on the Parting Shot that the new Peacock limited series about her life is "painful to watch" and says Emmy Rossum's portrayal of her is "not me."
The political strategist talked about his frustration with McCain's choice of running mate in 2008 and the trajectory of the party he left in 2018.
Sarma Melngailis (Pure Food & Wine, Lucky Duck, "Bad Vegan") talks her ex-husband, cult mentalities the documentary that took Netflix by storm.
20-something indie darlings The Regrettes chatted with Newsweek between Coachella sets and on the heels of their third studio release.
Arooj Aftab sat down with Newsweek ahead of her first Coachella set, and on the heels of a historic Grammy win.
Ahead of his performance at Coachella Weekend 1, Tucker Pillsbury—known as Role Model onstage—checked with Newsweek on where he's at and where he's going.
Pabllo Vittar talked to Newsweek about drag in Brazil, anti-LGBT bullying and being the most-followed drag queen in the world.
Newsweek sat down with singer Bishop Briggs ahead of her first of two Coachella performances this past weekend.
Newsweek sat down with rock star and composer Danny Elfman ahead of his deliciously weird Coachella set.
Finishing off her first performance of the music festival, Doja Cat announced an item is coming back to Taco Bell's menu.
On the latest Parting Shot, Newsweek's H. Alan Scott looks into the boom of full-frontal male nudity on TV and how it might not be as big of a moment as some would hope.
'I would've fired everybody that clarified my statement for me,' Kinzinger told Newsweek. 'I would have done that that day if I was president.'
"I was 11...playing a tournament in Pilsen. In the morning [my father] called the house and said, "Don't go outside. Russian tanks are outside." So of course we went outside, yelled and screamed and threw rocks.
"We do see countries such as Russia and China building up their infrastructure in the north ... at a very advanced rate," a NORAD commander told Newsweek.