Newsweek - Culture Jay Z Embraces Role as Social Justice Storyteller With New Trayvon Martin Project 2017-03-24T19:13:07.000000Z The media mogul has teamed up with the Weinstein Company to produce a docuseries and feature film about Trayvon Martin. George Saunders' Bestseller 'Lincoln In The Bardo' Is Already Being Turned Into a Movie 2017-03-24T17:17:37.000000Z Great news for people who love Civil War-era historical fiction but hate reading. Hulu Releases First Full Trailer for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 2017-03-23T20:44:25.000000Z The highly-anticipated original series, based on Margaret Atwood’s 1985 dystopian novel, is due out April 26. A Brief History of Donald Trump's Ridiculous Cease-and-Desist Letters 2017-03-23T14:00:02.000000Z Trump's legal team sent not one, but two cease-and-desist letters to a 17-year-old girl who made a website that allows users to scratch Trump's face with cat paws. Netflix, Amazon, Hulu: The Shows and Films Coming and Going in April 2017-03-23T13:30:02.000000Z Watch movies and shows such as "The Handmaid's Tale," "Bill Nye Saves the World," "Dear White People," "Casting JonBenet" and "Bosch." James Corden Reacts to London Terror Attack on 'Late Late Show': London Will Not Be Divided 2017-03-23T13:24:01.000000Z 'I felt a long, long way from home,' the London native said on his U.S. talk show. Record Store Day 2017: The Highlights From David Bowie to 'Barbie Girl' 2017-03-23T13:02:21.000000Z Johnny Cash's children's album (yes, really) is also among the rare releases marking this year's celebration. Ian McShane on 'American Gods' and the 'Deadwood' Movie 2017-03-22T15:36:53.000000Z If "Game of Thrones" was "tits and dragons," "American Gods" is "gods and white buffaloes," the actor tells Newsweek. This 86-Year-Old Claims Donald Trump Has Owed Him $918.58 Since 1994 2017-03-22T14:00:02.000000Z The strange story of a secret feud between President Trump and the godfather of “fake news.” Disney Copied 'Zootopia' from Hollywood Writer, Lawsuit Alleges 2017-03-22T11:48:18.000000Z "Total Recall" writer Gary L. Goldman says he pitched the animated film to Disney twice.