"I think the entire country should be angry at what's going on with this establishment system," Palin told Steve Bannon after her loss—sparking derision online.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were told to "shut up" by a TV presenter who fought their corner in the days after the Oprah Winfrey interview.
Pugh's stylists made the sly dig at director Olivia Wilde who coined the nickname in a leaked video promising to give the star of the movie "a wake-up call."
After Harry Styles and Chris Pine broke the internet over "#Spitgate" at the "Don't Worry Darling" premiere, Styles mentioned the moment during a show.
"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" follows Jennifer Walters as she tries to navigate life as a lawyer with Hulk abilities, but Titania makes it harder for her to do so.
Judges Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara have whittled down this year's "America's Got Talent" contestants ahead of the grand finale.
The stars of the "Lord of the Rings" franchise are promoting merch that reads in Elvish: "You All Are Welcome Here."
Lawyers for Theranos' embattled founder argue that a key witness for the prosecution now feels guilty over the part he played in Holmes' conviction.
During the restructuring process, Cineworld said it will operate its global businesses without interruption or disruption "as much as practicable."
From "wanting to kill him" to calling him an "a** boil," Lawrence has held many opinions about convicted sex-offender and former movie producer Weinstein.
The cast and creators of "Wedding Season" told Newsweek all about their loveable characters in the Disney+ and Hulu series.
After reports of drama on the set of "Don't Worry Darling" between Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde, "Ted Lasso" fans revisit Pugh's cut cameo.
"The Bachelorette" host Jesse Palmer says the end of the 2022 season is set to be "the most shocking finale of all time."
"Olivia Wilde's mom ran for Congress... and accused her opponent of being a 'devotee of Bigfoot erotica,'" read tweet amid the "Don't Worry Darling" drama.
Meghan Markle's latest U.K. media critic was canceled for saying slavery was not "genocide" or "there wouldn't be so many damn Blacks in Africa or Britain."
A social media user has made sense of the saga by describing Olivia Wilde as the coach, Florence Pugh as the quarterback and Shia LaBeouf as the wide receiver.
Wilde explained that incels are "disenfranchised, mostly white men who believe they are entitled to sex from women."
Disney+ Day is set to celebrate the streaming platform by adding a lot of new films and TV shows for subscribers to enjoy.
Hillary Clinton became an unwitting star of a lingerie ad after upskirt photos were taken when she was First Lady.
Logan Crosby, cousin of Jason Aldean, made it to the final two of "Claim to Fame" but narrowly missed out on the win to Keke Palmer's sister Loreal.
The actor's rep says it is a "ridiculous story," but fans are still riveted by the drama surrounding the premiere of Olivia Wilde's "Don't Worry Darling."
Cox has created an Instagram video that suggests Kanye has lost his sense of humor and shows her abruptly switching off his music.
Taylor Hale is not buying the excuses of her "Big Brother" co-star Terrance Higgins as the aftermath of Kyle Capener's racism scandal continues.
Keke Palmer's older sister Loreal was crowned the winner of 'Claim to Fame' Season 1 on Tuesday.
Paul Simms spoke to Newsweek about the Season 4 finale of "What We Do in the Shadows," and what the episode's big surprises mean for Season 5.
"What We Do in the Shadows" showrunner Paul Simms spoke to Newsweek about the FX vampire comedy ahead of the Season 4 finale.
In "Has Anyone Seen My Toes?", a hack screenwriter deals with the COVID-10 pandemic with a variety of coping mechanisms, none of which seem to working.
The EGOT winner spoke with Newsweek about the September 12 premiere of her new syndicated show.
In an interview with Vogue, the new mom got candid about the friction that politics has created within her family, calling Donald Trump a "jar of mayonnaise."
Former "Boy Meets World" star Maitland Ward spoke to Newsweek about her transition into the adult film industry, and her new book.