Julianne Moore grew up moving around the world with her military dad before making her way to Hollywood as a young actress. Since then she’s had an extraordinary career, including five Academy Award nominations and a win for her performance in Still Alice. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with Moore to talk about her shift from movies to television with her role in the Stephen King series Lisey’s Story. (Original broadcast date: June 6, 2021)
Machine Gun Kelly
Machine Gun Kelly started his music career as a rapper, but it was his latest #1 punk album Tickets to My Downfall that launched the hard-edged musician to superstardom. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with the artist to talk about that move to punk after four successful hip-hop albums and his discomfort with the spotlight at the top of the music world.
At the age when most kids are finding their way around the halls of elementary school, Diane Lane was touring the world as an actress. By the time she was a teenager, she became a household name after starring alongside Laurence Olivier in the film A Little Romance. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with the star to talk about her more than four decades on screen, including her latest role as the President of the United States in a new series that takes place in a post-apocalyptic, pandemic-stricken world.
Ray Liotta may be best known for his breakout performance as real-life gangster Henry Hill in the iconic movie Goodfellas, a role that had the former soap opera star sharing famous scenes with Joe Pesci, Robert De Niro and Lorraine Bracco. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with the actor to talk about that indelible movie and his career since then, including a variety of film and television roles and even a stop on Broadway, before returning to the mob life with his latest role in the upcoming Sopranos movie The Many Saints of Newark.
The world has been introduced over the last few years to the many talents of Cynthia Erivo. In 2020, the British singer and actress was nominated for an Academy Award for her performance of Harriet Tubman, after previously winning a Tony, a Grammy and an Emmy for her lead role as Celie in The Color Purple on Broadway. In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, Willie Geist gets together with the Erivo to talk about her successful career, including the release of her debut solo album and her new children’s book Remember to Dream, Ebere.