Nada is a woman from "The Sandman" protagonist Dream's past who appears briefly in the fourth episode "A Hope in Hell" but has an important part in his story.
"Luck" director Peggy Holmes and actor Simon Pegg spoke to Newsweek about their new Apple TV+ animated movie.
"I take my health and the health of everybody around me very seriously," Rodgers told Aubrey Marcus of the backlash over his refusal to the COVID vaccine.
"How come non Latino actors get to play Latino roles and Latino actors can ONLY PLAY Latinos?!" actor Kirk Acevedo tweeted.
Keanu Reeves returns to U.S. TV for the first time in three decades for Hulu's "Devil in the White City."
The cast of "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies," including Amandla Stenberg and Lee Pace, spoke to Newsweek about their new A24 teen slasher film.
Olivia Benson star Mariska Hargitay was photographed filming the show on August 4 in New York City.
Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell and Joel Egerton star in "Thirteen Lives," the Prime Video series dramatizing the 2018 Tham Luang cave rescue.
A number of HBO Max exclusives disappeared without warning, just days after another movie set for the service was canceled.
Hulu's new movie "Prey" may feel like a very new take on the "Predator" franchise, but it was set up as far back as "Predator 2."
"The Sandman" creator Neil Gaiman spoke to Newsweek about finally adapting his comics for Netflix after 30 years of "killing bad versions" of the story.
"AIDS DIDN'T MAKE ME FAMOUS," the 27-year-old Instagram model captioned the TikTok post.
The new Netflix movie version of "Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" features some voices you will definitely recognize.
Depp's Instagram post after his defamation trial victory over ex-wife Amber Heard has received more than 19 million likes—but some stars' likes have vanished.
'My Big Fat Fabulous Life' is returning to TLC for Season 10. The show follows Whitney Thore and family and this season will see mom Babs suffer a stroke.
"It's a big deal that [Amber Brown's] parents get divorced, and seeing it through a kid's eyes, her pain is so real," Bonnie Hunt tells Newsweek's Parting Shot with H. Alan Scott
"The heart of it was the motor throughout [the film], we needed to really understand why Chuck was catfishing his son, and that he's doing it potentially to try to save his son's life," James Morosini told Newsweek's Parting Shot with H. Alan Scott about his new film "I Love My Dad."
In a move that recalled her long-running feud with Hasselbeck, O'Donnell shared an unflattering assessment of her one-day stint on the ABC show.
The results of the Week 4 'Big Brother' evictions have been revealed, with the Leftovers alliance once again triumphing over the rest of their housemates.
"The Sandman" is based on Neil Gaiman's iconic comic book series, and co-creators Allan Heinberg and David S. Goyer spoke to Newsweek about adapting it.
A resurfaced tweet accused Amber Heard of having red knuckles after purportedly violently attacking then-husband Depp before a night out in 2016.
Netflix's "The Sandman" adaptation introduces four members of The Endless who were originally created by Neil Gaiman in his comic book series.
The second season of the HBO Max series has concluded.
The comedian and host of HBO Max show "FBOY Island" told Newsweek her thoughts about a potential Season 3.
"FBoy Island" Season 2 is coming to an end and fans of the HBO Max show, hosted by Nikki Glaser, think they have Casey Johnson all figured out.
'Love Island USA' star Felipe Gomes has spoken about his experience on the Peacock series after he was dumped by Courtney Boerner for Bryce Fins.
Reba McEntire takes "Big Sky" on some "Deadly Trails" in the new Season 3 trailer for the ABC series.
'RHOBH' star Crystal Kung Minkoff has previously spoken out about her eating disorder but fans have been left unimpressed by recent scenes on the Bravo show.
Tom Sturridge told Newsweek how "daunting" it was to play Dream in Netflix's "The Sandman" and how comic creator Neil Gaiman was a reassuring presence on set.