The co-director of the new HBO documentary, 'George Carlin's American Dream,' told Newsweek why Carlin is the go-to comedian for serious topics.
On May 19, 2022, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary, here Newsweek takes a look at some of their relationship milestones.
Tony Dalton spoke to Newsweek about "Better Call Saul" Season 6 Part 1's finale, and the Lalo Salamanca star said he couldn't believe how the show is left off.
Tina Brown claims Meghan Markle has been "unfairly targeted" for being the one who separated Prince Harry from his family, with the Prince equally to blame.
"Everything Everywhere All At Once" creators, Daniels, and the composers Son Lux told Newsweek about all the hidden secrets contained in the movie.
The Australian star told Newsweek that although she "mostly" did the dancing in her new film herself, she also relied on stunt doubles who stepped in for certain moves she just couldn't do.
Newsweek spoke to the writer-directors of "Everything Everywhere All at Once" and the band Son Lux about their journey making the sci-fi smash.
Rebel Wilson and Justin Hartley spoke to Newsweek about their new Netflix comedy "Senior Year" which features a cameo from "Clueless" star Alicia Silverstone.
"I've seen the real thing, and I never ever want to be reminded," the Sex Pistols rocker quipped when asked about Madonna's controversial new NFT.
William and Kate broadcast a "Mental Health Minute" speech highlighting loneliness and the "importance of human relationships" ahead of the Sussexes' U.K visit.
"No joke, he always, always breaks something. Look at him, he's enormous," Amber Heard said about co-star Jason Momoa in 2018.
Justin Hartley spoke to Newsweek about his final day on set in "This is Us" and said he's "happier than ever" because they've made something "special" for fans.
Spice Girls member Mel B has spoken of her "happiness" that the "white" and "very British" monarchy was "so accepting" of a biracial member.
"Washington is a place where decision-makers will make decisions, but it takes a staff to execute and implement them," committee member Jamie Raskin said.
Season 2 of the basketball biopic, "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty," has been confirmed—but the cast told Newsweek that there is even more to come.
Wyatt Russell and Sam Worthington spoke to Newsweek about playing killers Dan and Ron Lafferty, and Russell shared how he almost met his real-life counterpart.
The actor spoke to Newsweek about portraying Detective Jeb Pyre in "Under the Banner of Heaven" and the Mormon detective who inspired his character.
Andrew Garfield's show "Under the Banner of Heaven" recounts the 1984 murder of Brenda Wright Lafferty and her daughter, but there is also fiction involved.
Prince Harry shouting at staff before his wedding led to the first in a run of bad stories about Meghan Markle at a crucial moment, a biography said.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told Oprah Winfrey of mistreatment by the "institution" but a new biography quotes palace sources giving their side of the story.
Tony Dalton's character Lalo Salamanca has disappeared from "Better Call Saul" Season 6, and the actor teased what's to come in an interview with Newsweek.
Meghan Markle "hated" a royal tour which Prince Harry said was a turning point in relations with Charles, William and Kate, according to Tina Brown.
Donald Trump and his team criticized Piers Morgan for making a "deceptively" edited trailer for their interview.
Newsweek caught up with Emilia Fox as she prepares for the launch of her new Italian-based three-part series on Acorn TV, "Signora Volpe."
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.
"I don't think I ever would've been scouted as a model if it weren't for who my parents are," Ireland Baldwin admitted during an appearance on "Red Table Talk."
Brosnahan spoke to Newsweek about her new Audible Original podcast series "The Miranda Obsession" and gave an update on Season 5 of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
Samantha Markle's attorney applied to quit a libel lawsuit against Meghan Markle citing irreconcilable difference and said his client consents to the split.