Speaking to Newsweek, 'Dune' editor Joe Walker voiced his dismay at the Academy's decision to cut eight categories form the Oscars' live show on Sunday.
Judy Greer spoke to Newsweek about playing Leah Askey in "The Thing About Pam" and how she and Renée Zellweger kept things light on set while filming Episode 3.
Jennifer Connelly spoke to Newsweek about Snowpiercer's Melanie coming back from the dead, how her character learned from her mistakes and filming in a "really small" pod.
In a decade-old video shared on Twitter on Monday, Machine Gun Kelly was seen comparing the sexual prowess of Black and white women.
Joe Walker, the Oscar-nominated editor of "Dune: Part One," talks about what to expect from the sequel in an interview with Newsweek.
Russian travel blogger Ruslan Usachev spoke to Newsweek about how the Russia-Ukraine conflict is affecting the YouTuber community.
HBO Max show "DMZ" is based on a DC Comics series of the same name, but it diverts significantly from the storyline in ways fans might not expect.
Mickey Rourke has revealed that he is praying for Russian President Vladimir Putin to halt attacks on Ukraine.
"I wish I had the answers, but I do not," the Italian-American model said, after speaking out in ex Kanye West's defense over his controversial Instagram posts.
Time travel expert Professor Ronald Mallett spoke to Newsweek and rated the accuracy of "The Adam Project," "Back to the Future," "Avengers: Endgame" and more.
Kayleigh McKee, Anairis Quiñones and the English voice cast of "Jujutsu Kaisen 0" spoke to Newsweek about the film and Yuta and Rika's "toxic" yet "pure" bond.
The news organization will be paying Patrick Jephson, the princess' former private secretary, damages in a settlement for the incident.
Amy Berg spoke to Newsweek about making HBO documentary "Phoenix Rising" with Evan Rachel Wood, and shared her response to Marilyn Manson's defamation lawsuit.
Anne Hathaway and the creators of "WeCrashed" spoke to Newsweek about their new Apple TV+ show, which is described as a love story "worth $47 billion."
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko has hit back at claims by Russian President Vladimir Putin's officials that its invasion of Ukraine is not targeting civilians.
Jenny Klein spoke to Newsweek about "The Thing About Pam" and the importance of Renée Zellweger conveying Pam Hupp's ability to "lure" listeners with her lies.
Harry's tense relationship with his father mirrors the distance between Charles and Diana in the 1990s, according to a friend of the princess.
Regina Hall reveals how she, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes are preparing while Newsweek also spoke to previous award show hosts Anne Hathaway and Amy Poehler.
Max Borenstein and Rodney Barnes told Newsweek about how they made HBO series "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty" look authentically dated.
Dominique Fishback spoke to Newsweek about pushing to include her character Robyn's "trauma" in "The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey" originally featured in the book.
"Upload" Season 2 premiered on Prime Video on Friday, March 11 and showrunner Greg Daniels spoke to Newsweek about the biggest twists in the new episodes.
Samuel L. Jackson spoke to Newsweek about his Apple TV+ drama "The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey" and why Dominique Fishback was the "perfect" person to star in it.
"Seeing the characters react to the climate we're living in now would be interesting," Merchant tells Newsweek.
"When Billie Eilish comes out and she sets a trend with her green hair, she's immediately put on American 'Vogue,'" said Nicki Minaj of the differing reactions.
Greg Daniels spoke to Newsweek about what fans can expect in "Upload" Season 2 from Ingrid uploading to Lake View, and new trials faced by Nora and Nathan.
Kardashian has faced backlash after commenting in a new interview that women in business should "get your f****** ass up and work."
Blu Hydrangea spoke to Newsweek about her "RuPaul's Drag Race UK Vs The World" win, flirtations with Pangina Heals, and called out the "toxic fandom".
Marvel fans thought Deadpool was set to make his debut in the MCU after concept art showed him in a scene for "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings."
Piers Morgan said he had no regrets over walking out of Good Morning Britain during a dispute about Meghan Markle, and is now making a TV comeback.
The "True Romance" star Arquette said the former president has left the nation in a "never-ending emergency triage."