Ansel Elgort told Newsweek how producer Michael Mann sent him undercover to prepare to play Jake Adelstein in the TV adaptation of the book "Tokyo Vice."
"I was parenting her in a way that I needed to be parented when I was younger," said Mandy Teefey of her relationship with daughter Selena Gomez.
"I think they should get some more money, 'cause they be working extra hours for us, and all that stuff," a young Prince said of teachers in the archived video.
K-Pop icons Donghae and Eunhyuk spoke to Newsweek about Super Junior-D&E's 10th anniversary, making music in the COVID pandemic, and their legacy.
Christopher Walken spoke to Newsweek about his career firsts as he prepares to star in new Prime Video show "The Outlaws."
Glenn Fleshler spoke to Newsweek about portraying Russ Faria in "The Thing About Pam" and how being wrongfully convicted of wife Betsy's murder ruined his life.
Connelly spoke to Newsweek about "Snowpiercer" Season 3 and what the events of the finale mean for Melanie, Layton, and Mr Wilford.
Youn Yuh-jung, Jin Ha, and Anna Sawai spoke to Newsweek about their new Apple TV+ show "Pachinko" and why they felt very connected to their characters.
"Have You Seen This Man?" producer Megan Harding spoke to Newsweek about the ABC documentary series and how it could help U.S. marshals catch John Ruffo.
"I was not a child bride. I was a child who was exploited," said Courtney Stodden of marrying the "Lost" actor.
Lee Minho and Kim Minha spoke to Newsweek about portraying Koh Hansu and Sunja in Apple TV+'s show "Pachinko," and what it was like to work together on set.
Nneka Onuorah spoke to Newsweek about the new Prime Video reality show she's directing, "Lizzo's Watch Out for the Big Grrrls."
Davidson has been the target of West's Instagram posts, with the rapper publicly voicing his objection to the SNL star dating his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian.
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.