"She has always kind of been present. Of course, it has a lot to do with her being robbed from us," Christian Serratos, who portrays Selena in Netflix's 'Selena: The Series,' told Newsweek."
The "Black Panther" star for many people seems like an obvious choice for 2020's Sexiest Man Alive,
Until now cameras only allowed a glimpse into the secret nocturnal life of animals, but with next-generation cameras, this new Apple TV+ docuseries, for which Newsweek had a first look video, reveals wildlife at night clear as day for the first time ever.
"My dream is that somebody right now is writing a Broadway show about this pandemic," Kristin Chenoweth, one of the stars of the new Robert Zemeckis movie "The Witches," told Newsweek.
"I feel that we're all able to, as a country, really talk and really listen to each other," Sara Gilbert told Newsweek about how the Conner family might be an agent for more understanding and communication in the nation post-election.
"I don't believe that the world is ending, but I do believe that keeping the world moving forward is a team effort," Trevor Noah told Newsweek.
"The Wire" star, 50, was spotted in Rome with James, 31, publicly kissing and holding hands—raising questions about West's marital status.
The name Latasha Harlins has long been associated with the 1992 Los Angeles race riots after the 15-year-old was murdered in a store over a $1.79 bottle of orange juice.
"Thanks to Donald Trump for making Jeanine a household name so that I can act like a clown," Cecily Strong tells Newsweek about portraying Jeanine Pirro on 'SNL.'
"We're in the middle of a revolution. We're in the middle of a reckoning," Janelle Monáe told Newsweek.
Rigg rose to prominence playing Emma Peel in the espionage TV series "The Avengers" in the 60s.
"I've got a seat at the table at 'The View,' the most important political show on TV. I can be a champion for people that don't have a voice," Sunny Hostin tells Newsweek."
The "American Horror Story" actress is expecting her first child with her boyfriend Garreth Hedlund.
The Lakers superstar delivered a moving closing speech to the cast and crew of "Space Jam: A New Legacy" back in the summer of 2019.
A fan-made snap of Tom Holland as Ben 10 has captured fans' imaginations—but the MCU star has other ideas.
"I have never laughed so hard in my life. Those guys are two of the funniest people and two of the sweetest guys I've ever known," Sean Hayes tells 'Newsweek' about Will Arnett and Jason Bateman. The three host the new podcast 'Smartless.'
The total disappearance of the Arctic summer sea ice is forecast for as early as 2040. Newsweek takes an exclusive look at the new National Geographic doc that shows the Indigenous life that's also melting away in the Arctic, and how this pandemic is the loudest wake-up call we have for humanity.
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Risking her career, the 'Gone With the Wind' actress also urged Hollywood to condemn the USSR's human-rights abuses.
Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy speak with 'Newsweek' about their new Disney+ show 'Muppets Now,' where they stand as a couple and so much more.
"I'm a huge game show person," Mayim Bialik told "Newsweek" about hosting her new TBS show "Celebrity Spin-Off."
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A new movie will combine Jim Henson Creature Shop puppets and '80s children's movie stars for a "lo-fi" homage to the fantasy flicks of the 1980s.
"Over the weekend I had the opportunity to discuss my consideration of an upcoming role as a transgender man, and I'd like to apologize for those remarks," Berry wrote on Twitter.
Garcelle Beauvais is the first Black cast member in the 10-year history of Bravo's 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.'
The motion picture soundtrack for 'Back to the Future' will be reissued for the movie's 35th anniversary, featuring unused art by movie poster legend Drew Struzan.
The past few weeks have seen episodes of many beloved TV shows scrutinized in light of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The blackface scandal surfaced this week when photos of González with dark make up began circulating.