Newsweek spoke to Giovanni Ribisi, Matthew Goode, Colin Hanks, Dan Fogler, Patrick Gallo and Burn Gorman about the launch of "The Godfather" biopic "The Offer."
Miles Teller, Juno Temple and Giovanni Ribisi star in the upcoming Paramount+ show which tells the true story behind the making of "The Godfather."
One fan was left regretting finding out what really happened in the legendary horse's head scene, writing: "I would like to unlearn this fact."
"He put people who have the coronavirus in old-age homes, 13-or-15,000 senior citizens died. This is more than the mafia killed," Gravano said.
The actor and comedian opened up about Trump, the upcoming election, COVID-19, and what it means to be American.
An interview with cultural historian Harlan Lebo offers new details about the making of the American classic.
During a heated exchange with a man in New York City on Sunday, the CNN host claimed the name "Fredo" was equivalent to the "n-word."
Fredo Corleone, considered the weakest brother, betrays his younger brother, ultimately costing him his life.
Cuomo was filmed threatening man he accused of using "the N-word for Italians."
After being called "Fredo," Cuomo used several profane words in a counterattack, even threatening to throw the man down a flight of stairs. Cuomo said it was like being called the n-word.
Mario Puzo, the father of 'The Godfather' expounds in the original book on some key elements of the story that didn't make it into the film.
Newsweek was among the first publications to praise 'The Godfather' as a masterpiece.
The actor died of old age at his daughter's home in New Jersey.
'The Godfather Epic' will also feature footage left out of the theatrical version of the films.