During the 'holidays', I was asked to play some non-classical music that 'normal' people will recognize, but not Christmas music.
As I'm anything but normal (though I'm not abnormal), I had to fish around to find suitable stuff (other than Joplin rags) that I can easily sight-read.....and found (via a Paul Barton YT video) a site that has many decent arrangements by Mercuzio of movie themes etc, all free to download. The good thing is that they're all pianistic and sound good, not rubbishy straightforward RH melody and LH chords (for that, I'd far rather make up stuff myself from lead sheets), and the harmonies and rhythms are as in the originals, not turned into pseudo-jazz by replacing them with added-note chords (which I cannot abide).
I had a lot of fun playing through the themes from The Godfather (Nino Rota), Schindler's List, Moon River etc. Though most are of intermediate standard or higher, there are some easier ones which should be within the grasp of many people here:
If you can't access that link, try this, and click on 'library' on the left:https://www.youtube.com/user/Mercuziopianist