The multiple nominee wore a black KN95 as he sat at a table close to the stage with his "Barry" co-stars, including Henry Winkler.
Life Reporter Maria Azzurra Volpe went to Barry's Bootcamp, which often welcomes A-list celebrities like Harry Styles, Kim Kardashian, and the Beckham family.
"Barry" actor Anthony Carrigan spoke to Newsweek about the twist involving his character NoHo Hank after his sexuality was revealed in Season 3.
Ahead of the return of "Barry" Season 3 on HBO, Newsweek spoke to Bill Hader, Henry Winkler, Anthony Carrigan and Stephen Root about the murder-filled comedy.
Before he returns as NoHo Hank in Season 3 of "Barry," Anthony Carrigan spoke to Newsweek about his reaction to Chris Rock's joke about Jada Pinkett Smith.
Henry Winkler sat down with Newsweek to discuss the highs and lows of his impressive acting career, as well as his new children's book "Alien Superstar."
"I really love stupid murder plans that go awry," Hader tells Newsweek. "People trying to scam other people… I find that fascinating."
"To my longtime friend Henry Winkler who finally won his much deserved Emmy after 40 plus in the business."
Get a look at Barry's new suit on "The Flash" and Felicity's new look on "Arrow."
Sitting down with Henry Winkler is surprising and fun—as is his portrayal of Gene Cousineau in "Barry."
Trump is cast as the unseen villain because "I really just don't have any interest in looking at his face more than I have to," says creator Adam Reid.
There is one big difference between Goldwater and Trump. Goldwater took over the GOP from the bottom up. Trump is trying to take it over from the top down.