Brave New World stars Alden Ehrenreich, Jessica Brown Findlay and Harry Lloyd are no stranger to rubbing elbows with some Hollywood's biggest names on some of the biggest entertainment properties out there, from Star Wars to Downton Abbey. Now, the three costar with Demi Moore in the Peacock original series Brave New World, adding another notch on their impressive career belts.
But we had to know: Just how surreal was it to work with Moore? The two-time Golden Globe nominee is known for her roles in G.I. Jane, Striptease and Ghost, and her TV work has been limited. She plays the pivotal role of Linda, mother to Ehrenreich's John the Savage, in Brave New World. The futuristic series is an adaption of Aldous Huxley's 1932 novel of the same name.
So, how surreal was working with Moore? We asked the trio three simple questions:
For Ehrenreich, was it more surreal sharing a scene with Chewbacca in Solo or having Moore play his mother? For Findlay, was it more surreal sharing a scene with Moore or working with Maggie Smith on Downton Abbey? And for Lloyd, was it more surreal playing the famous X-Men character Charles Xavier on Legion or working with Moore?
Click play on the video above to hear their answers.
Brave New World premieres on Peacock, NBCUniversal's new streaming service, on Wednesday, July 15. It's just one of the many original series offerings on the new platform, which will also be home to classic shows and movies.
Brave New World premieres Wednesday, July 15 on Peacock.
(E! and Peacock are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)