"I could not help her," Judd wrote of her late mother, Naomi Judd, in an op-ed. "I can, however, do something about how she is remembered."
"I think people are hungry for, especially within fantasy, something that feels forward facing… Just to be a woman of color in this world, it feels like if you're gonna tell this story now, you'd want to have that," Cynthia Addai-Robinson tells Newsweek's Parting Shot about the Amazon Prime series 'The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.'
Smollett and Heard have faced heavy criticism across social media for their respective court battles and sit-down interviews.
Almost every leader can benefit hugely from media training.
Sarma Melngailis (Pure Food & Wine, Lucky Duck, "Bad Vegan") talks her ex-husband, cult mentalities the documentary that took Netflix by storm.
20-something indie darlings The Regrettes chatted with Newsweek between Coachella sets and on the heels of their third studio release.
Trump accused Piers Morgan of trying to "to unlawfully and deceptively edit" a recent interview with him.
"You not only taught your boss an important lesson, but you make your workplace a nicer environment for your new coworkers," said one commenter.
Britney Spears' war of words with her younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, showed no sign of stopping on Wednesday, when she shared a furious Instagram post.
The rising Korean star playing the detective in "Squid Game" spoke to Newsweek about the most memorable and challenging moments in the hit Netflix series.
Newsweek spoke to St. Vincent, aka Annie Clark, and Carrie Brownstein about their new surrealist concert movie "The Nowhere Inn," which is out now.
"The Morning Show" stars Billy Crudup, Mark Duplass and newcomer Julianna Margulies spoke to Newsweek ahead of the launch of Season 2 on Apple TV+.
Andrew Garfield spoke to Newsweek and revealed he "knows" what's happening with the next Spider-Man movie and it might leave fans "disappointed."
When I started getting messages from people I didn't know and messages flooding my social media inbox, I realized I was going viral again. So many famous people shared my video, including Dan Levy and Beyonce's mom Tina Knowles.
Newsweek speaks to Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale, Regina Hall and more about their characters in the new Hulu show "Nine Perfect Strangers."
This movie is "clearly the most personal thing I have ever done," director Alan Yang tells Newsweek.
"I have taken this seriously way before most in the media did. I warned in January that it was dangerous because it was highly contagious, but some people were asymptomatic, so it would spread quickly."
Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim spoke with Newsweek about how they want their surreal new show to remind viewers of classic sitcoms—that is, until "you start looking at the characters and the ideas."
"I grew up a pretty anxious and depressed kid," Wilson tells Newsweek. "When I found that I could make people laugh, that was my solution."
The actors, who star as Bow's parents Paul and Alicia, discussed the show with Newsweek and the opportunity "mixed-ish" presents to educate viewers through comedy.
"Axiom's End," an alternate history science fiction novel, comes out from St. Martin's Press in summer 2020.
Interviews with the president took pride of place in national newspapers this weekend, though Trump's controversial comments have won him little support from the British people.
Kimmel aired a video montage of Melania's happier facial expression in Africa, comparing it to her typically stoic appearance next to President Donald Trump.
In one interview, Morgan asked the ET correspondent if she was married and if she had "fooled around" with older men.