"Stranger Things" Season 4 Part 1 premiered on Netflix on Friday, May 27 and it raised several questions that its second half needs to address.
"Harvey Weinstein: My Story—An Autobiography" is currently being sold on Amazon, as the movie mogul serves a 23-year prison sentence for a rape conviction.
Bronson Fuentes, a photographer based in upstate New York, said he had been mistaken for the actor repeatedly since trimming his facial hair.
David Rudolf told Newsweek all about how representing Michael Peterson "changed the arc of life," including meeting his wife, Sonya Pfeiffer.
The "Star Wars" Celebration in Anaheim is where the biggest news in the franchise is announced to fans for the first time, including details about "Andor."
Tom Cruise has been one of the biggest voices in Hollywood against early streaming release dates, but "Top Gun 2" will eventually be available to watch online.
As Depp and Heard's high-profile defamation trial draws to its conclusion, Newsweek has spoken with legal experts about what to expect from their lawyers.
"Obi-Wan Kenobi" marks the return of several actors from the "Star Wars" prequel trilogy, including but not limited to Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen.
The "NCIS" co-showrunner discussed Tony DiNozzo's future on the CBS show after Michael Weatherly's time on "Bull" came to an end.
Star Wars' "Obi-Wan Kenobi" miniseries has finally landed on Disney+, with Ewan McGregor reprising the titular role of the Jedi Master.
During her testimony on Thursday, Heard revealed to jurors the vitriol she has faced online—prompting Johnny Depp fans to question whether she made a mistake.
The penultimate season of "Stranger Things" is split into two parts, with the second half consisting of just two episodes.
"It was like a film school, a flight school, a master class, all wrapped into this cockpit," Jay Ellis tells 'Newsweek' about working with Tom Cruise in 'Top Gun: Maverick.'
Legendary filmmaker John Waters talks about his debut novel "Liarmouth" and how he thinks up bizarre characters.
Before his death at the age of 67, Ray Liotta spoke to Newsweek and told us which upcoming projects he was most excited about.
Ewan McGregor's Jedi Master may be keeping a watchful eye on Luke Skywalker, but his twin sister Princess Leia Organa plays a vital role in the Disney+ show.
Want to watch the entire "Star Wars" TV and movie franchise (including the new "Obi-Wan Kenobi") in chronological order? Here's how to go about it.
Eleven and the residents of Hawkins have a new monster to contend with from the Upside Down, one whose reign of terror shouldn't be taken lightly.
"It is also the classic kind of Will Byers, you know, it's just so true to him and I don't know what other haircut he could rock," the star said.
Ellen DeGeneres's eponymous talk show comes to an end on Thursday after 19 seasons—and, in more recent years, much controversy.
April Kepner and Jackson Avery return to "Grey's Anatomy" for its Season 18 finale this May. But why did they exit the ABC show in the first place?
David Rudolf told Newsweek all about the Owl Theory and his own and Peterson's thoughts on the idea.
Years before "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" was accused of being a toxic workplace, it aired some nasty moments.
The beleaguered actor, 62, has been charged with four counts of sexual assault, as well as another sexual offense, according to local media.
The Ellen producers reportedly spoke to around 30 people before settling on a replacement, and the identities of most of these remain unknown.
"Ms. Heard was aggressive toward her traveling companion," police officer Beverly Leonard alleged while testifying in court via live video link.
"I never said those words," Depp told Heard's attorney, Ben Rottenborn, in court. "There's not enough hubris in me to say anything like that."