A producer from "Freedom's Path" confirmed to Newsweek that Halls had been fired in 2019 after a gun was "unexpectedly discharged" on set.
Chase Palmer talks about casting John Boyega and why he had no doubts about him in the legal thriller "Naked Singularity."
Newsweek spoke to John Cena, Joel Kinnaman and Daniela Melchior about James Gunn's interpretation of "The Suicide Squad." Gunn also discusses his sequel plans.
Steven Spielberg said "He was all kid. All heart. All the time" after Donner's passing at the age of 91 on Monday, July 5.
Biden will need to move quickly if the Senate votes against her. Here are six potential candidates to take Tanden's place.
Without a doubt, the exclusion of Michaela Coel's "I May Destroy You" looks to be the most egregious oversight among the 2021 Golden Globe nominees.
"That's the problem with kids these days. No focus," Crowe wrote in response to Ian McNabb tweeting that he had never got past the 10-minute mark of the 2003 movie.
After realizing that it would be more cost effective to blow up a real plane for a scene in "Tenet," Nolan opted to go that route rather than use CGI effects.
If you've ever confused Matt Gaetz and Matthew Gertz, you're not the first one. Have a seat and we'll untangle this story for you.
In an interview with The Guardian, the controversial director said that even though he's been estranged from Dylan and Ronan Farrow, he has not suffered professionally.
After an animated lyric video and a live performance clip, Taylor Swift is now releasing the official music video for "The Man".
His vision in the musical is to show the cruelty and devastation, yet beauty and hope.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, documentarian Michael Moore stated that Trump wouldn't have the same level of notoriety if he'd been from a city that wasn't New York.
"I believe that the FBI is engaged in investigative activity and part of investigative activity includes surveillance activity of different shapes and sizes," Christopher Wray said during a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing.
"If I had a boss like this, I would've just quit."
"I really love stupid murder plans that go awry," Hader tells Newsweek. "People trying to scam other people… I find that fascinating."
Film director Alison Klayman told Newsweek that the former Trump chief strategist's ideology was "disingenuous" and "irresponsible."
Former CIA Director John Brennan has no doubt Trump will pardon Paul Manafort, the only question is "when."
"You shame yourself & the Office of the Presidency," former CIA Director John Brennan tweeted at Trump.
A West Virginia EMS director was suspended after posting a picture touting Trump's border wall that showed several decapitated dark-skinned men's heads behind a smiling white man.
"Mr. Trump knows what he has done in the past," former CIA Director John Brennan said during an appearance on "Morning Joe" on Friday.
South Ward councilman George Muschal said that Carol Russell does not have the leadership needed for the position.