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Sandra Oh, Kerry Washington, and more

Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) and Kerry Washington (Little Fires Everywhere) discuss the diversity of paths to motherhood, how Kerry’s mom influenced her character,  becoming a queer icon in Killing Eve, not choosing roles based on race, working with the late director Lynn Shelton and staying in a mindset of creativity during COVID-19. Tessa Thompson (Westworld) and Ramy Youssef (Ramy) speak about bringing more diverse storytelling to the screen, what makes them say yes to certain roles and telling semi-autobiographical stories. Nicole Kidman (Big Little Lies) and Russell Crowe (The Loudest Voice) reflect on their long friendship, having the time to explore characters, playing Roger Ailes and working with Meryl Streep.

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Jennifer Aniston, Patrick Stewart and more

Jennifer Aniston (The Morning Show) and Lisa Kudrow (Space Force) share the times they watched bloopers from Friends online, working with Steve Carell, how the Me Too movement shaped The Morning Show and working on Space Force. Daveed Diggs (Snowpiercer) and Anthony Mackie (Altered Carbon) discuss the fandom of Avenger movies and Hamilton, and working on their Sci-Fi series.

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Zendaya, Paul Rudd and more

Claire Danes (Homeland) and Damian Lewis (Billions) delve into working together on Homeland, playing complex characters and the final season of Homeland. Zendaya (Euphoria) and Mj Rodriguez (Pose) discuss bringing pieces of themselves to characters, finding the underlying themes of their shows and telling stories that haven’t been told.

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Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Jackman and more

Regina King (Watchmen) and Reese Witherspoon (Little Fires Everywhere) discuss meeting on Legally Blonde 2 and how motherhood changed their desire as producers to tell the stories reflective of the world we live in. Anne Hathaway (Modern Love) and Hugh Jackman (Bad Education) talk about working on Les Misérables together, the amount of research they did before portraying real people, acting in difficult locations and ending 19 years as the Wolverine character.

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