Newsweek spoke to the writers and directors of new animated movie "Ron's Gone Wrong," who explained what Zach Galifianakis was like in the voiceover booth.
Asami Seto, Ryōta Suzuki and Takahiro Sakurai spoke to Newsweek about portraying Fena, Yukimura and Shitan in Crunchyroll and Adult Swim's "Fena: Pirate Princess."
Arizona Senator John McCain, who passed away in 2018, was the target of several verbal attacks from former President Donald Trump over the years.
"What We Do in the Shadows" showrunner Paul Simms spoke to Newsweek about giving Colin Robinson the spotlight and exploring his friendship with Laszlo.
Newsweek spoke to Léa Seydoux, Tony Revolori, Stephen Park and Henry Winkler about working with Wes Anderson for his 10th movie, "The French Dispatch."
Terry McAuliffe's campaign said it had arranged with the local reporter for the interview to last 10 minutes.
Neal McDonough spoke to Newsweek about the finale of "American Horror Story" Season 10, which airs on FX on Wednesday, and shared what fans can expect.
Arthur Kingsley actor Chiké Okonkwo spoke exclusively to Newsweek about how "Call of Duty: Vanguard" shines a light on the experiences of Black soldiers in World War II.
"Dune" stars Rebecca Ferguson and Jason Momoa tell Newsweek the sci-fi epic is best experienced in a movie theater, even though it's available on HBO Max.
Eureka spoke to Newsweek about supporting fellow non-binary person Noah and helping them accepting their authentic self in "We're Here" season two.
Brian Cox spoke with Newsweek about playing the Roy family patriarch in "Succession" and detailed what fans can expect in Season 3 and beyond.
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."
Neal McDonough spoke with Newsweek about how his wife Ruvé and their five children informed his portrayal of President Dwight D. Eisenhower in "Death Valley."
Matt Amodio's "Jeopardy!" win streak ended on Monday after 38 victories—and many fans accused him of orchestrating his loss.
Shangela spoke to Newsweek about working with a new group of "inspiring" individuals on the second season of "We're Here," with Bob the Drag Queen and Eureka.
George Clooney shared his cutting take on the former president as he discussed the challenges the Biden administration has faced.
Actor Fran Kranz's first attempt at writing and directing a feature film has resulted in the Awards contender "Mass." He tells Newsweek how he made the movie.
Queen of Pop Madonna, 63, left Jimmy Fallon flustered as she playfully wreaked havoc during an appearance on his talk show.
Facebook said it continues "to make significant improvements to tackle the spread of misinformation and harmful content."
The duo behind "Bullets Per Minute" recently gave an exclusive interview to Newsweek, about how they optimized the game for console and why it does not use the PS5's haptic feedback.
Matt Amodio praised James Holzhauer as his 'Jeopardy!' winning streak continued.
In an exclusive interview with Newsweek, the team behind musical shooter "Bullets Per Minute" explained their relaxed approach to game balancing and letting players get overpowered.
Will Smith has shared details about his 24-year marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith in a revealing new interview.
50 Cent executive produces the new Starz show "BMF" and spoke to Newsweek about why the Black Mafia Family weren't heroes, and how he got Eminem on board.
Diana Silvers and Kristine Froseth spoke to Newsweek about their 'intense' ballet training and the struggles they faced when they returned to set after Covid break.
Leslie Grossman spoke to Newsweek about the second half of "American Horror Story" Season 10, titled "Death Valley", which starts airing on September 29.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck rekindled their romance earlier this year, almost two decades after they first got together.
Regina Hall, who plays Carmel Schneider in "Nine Perfect Strangers" talks about the bombshell revelation and fighting with Nicole Kidman in the Hulu show.
Andrew Garfield spoke to Newsweek and revealed he "knows" what's happening with the next Spider-Man movie and it might leave fans "disappointed."
"Y: The Last Man" showrunner Eliza Clark and actors Ben Schnetzer and Ashley Romans tell Newsweek how they adapted the original comic and updated it for 2021.