Demi Moore dishes on ‘Feud: Capote vs. The Swans’ and provides an update on ex-husband Bruce Willis in an exclusive interview on ‘Good Morning America.’ Explore the complexities of her role, insights into real-life characters, and the joy of her magical canine companion.
Demi Moore made a captivating appearance on “Good Morning America,” shedding light on her role in the new show “Feud: Capote vs. The Swans” and offering insights into the well-being of her ex-husband, Bruce Willis, who was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia last year.
Moore expressed positivity about Willis’s current state, emphasizing the importance of meeting people where they are and embracing the beauty and joy in those moments.
The actress, who plays Ann Woodward in “Feud” season 2, delved into the complexities of the real-life character, describing her tragic and intricate life. Ann Woodward, nicknamed “Bang Bang” by Truman Capote, shot and killed her husband, William Woodward Jr., in 1955, claiming she mistook him for an intruder. Moore acknowledged the responsibility of portraying a real person and emphasized her commitment to honoring the truth.
Discussing Ann’s life of rejection and societal expectations, Moore praised Tom Hollander’s portrayal of Truman Capote in the series, hailing it as a revelation. She commended Hollander for capturing the essence of Capote and shared her positive experience working with him, highlighting moments of camaraderie between scenes.
In a heartfelt moment, Moore expressed deep affection for her tiny canine companion, Pilaf, describing her as “the greatest gift” and emphasizing the magical connection they share.
The interview provided a glimpse into Moore’s multifaceted life, from her acting endeavors to personal reflections on relationships and the joy brought by her beloved pet.