My wife, CNBC senior personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson, posted this on her Facebook page:
I went on CNN and CNN Headline News to talk about Eminem’s new freestyle rap about Donald Trump. Here’s the video.
— Michaela Pereira (@Michaela) October 11, 2017
Novelist Kazuo Ishiguro just won the Nobel Prize for Literature and back in 2015 he stopped by the Wall Street Journal to talk to me for a video interview. Our discussion was a wide-ranging one, covering his new fantasy-influenced book “The Buried Giant” as well as his classic novel “The Remains of the Day.” You can watch clips from the interview below.
Ishiguro on his storytelling influences:
Ishiguro on “The Remains of the Day”:
Ishiguro in conversation at the WSJ Cafe in London:
Ishiguro reads from his work:
I had an on-stage discussion for The Wall Street Journal with author and MIT research scientist Andrew McAfee about artificial intelligence, the future of work, and his new book “Machine Platform Crowd” at Daniel restaurant in New York City. The talk took place on September 28, and the audience featured C-Suite executives who seemed particularly interested in how AI might affect the quality and quantity of jobs available to their workers in the future.
With the 7th season set to premiere on Sunday, “Game of Thrones” star Kit Harington, who plays Jon Snow on the hit HBO series, stopped by the Wall Street Journal to tell WSJ+ audiences about his take on the real meaning of the show and just who he thinks should sit on the Iron Throne. Watch the video.
Actor/wrestler/producer John Cena is back on the WWE show “SmackDown Live,” and he’s also got new movies in the works and the second season of his TV show “American Grit.” He stopped by the Wall Street Journal to talk about his big July 4th appearance and all the other stuff he has going on.
“House of Cards” co-star Neve Campbell stopped by the Wall Street Journal’s WSJ Cafe to discuss the newest season of and to give her take on how the amoral characters on the show might tackle some real-life political situations. Watch the clip:
“Wonder Woman” had some bad early buzz in some quarters, but now that it has actually been screened by critics, the raves are coming in and as of this writing it has a 97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The star of “Wonder Woman,” Gal Gadot, and the director, Patty Jenkins, chatted with the WSJ Cafe about the hotly anticipated superhero movie, which opens up on Thursday, and offered up some advice on how we can all be more like Wonder Woman in real life. Watch the video:
The stars of the National Geographic series “Genius,” Geoffrey Rush and Johnny Flynn, stopped by the WSJ Cafe to talk to me about playing Albert Einstein. Here’s the video:
Taraji P. Henson doesn’t like getting bored. She’s had an exciting career run lately, starring in the hit movie “Hidden Figures” and continuing her star turn as Cookie in the TV series “Empire.” She stopped by the WSJ Cafe recently and she told me in an interview that she’s already thinking about her career after “Empire” because she enjoys the challenge of playing new characters. Could a superhero role be in her future? Watch the videos.