"Chicago" Stars Gere, Zeta-Jones, Zellweger, Reilly and Latifah on NBC's "Today"

News   "Chicago" Stars Gere, Zeta-Jones, Zellweger, Reilly and Latifah on NBC's "Today" The "Today Show" will feature interviews with several "Chicago" stars during the week of Jan. 6, 2003.

Richard Gere will discuss his role as slick lawyer Billy Flynn on the NBC morning show on Monday, Jan. 6. The week also includes interviews with Catherine Zeta-Jones, the film's Velma Kelly, on Jan. 7; John C. Reilly, who plays Amos Hart, on Jan. 8; Renée Zellweger, the movie's Roxie Hart, on Jan. 9; and Queen Latifah, who co-stars as Matron "Mama" Morton, on Jan. 10. Rob Marshall directed and choreographed "Chicago," which hits U.S. screens Dec. 27. Featuring a star-studded cast led by Renée Zellweger (Roxie Hart), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Velma Kelly) and Richard Gere (Billy Flynn), the "Chicago" company also includes John C. Reilly (Amos Hart), Dominic West (Fred Caseley), Christine Baranski (Mary Sunshine), Queen Latifah (Mama Morton) as well as Taye Diggs, Colm Feore, Lucy Liu, Mya, Marc Calamia, Deidre Goodwin, Sebastian La Cause, Mary Ann Lamb and a cameo from original Chicago star Chita Rivera.

The "Today Show" airs on NBC from 7 to 10 AM ET. Katie Couric and Matt Lauer co-anchor the three-hour program.