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She’s feisty and funny, and–judging from the roles she’s played onscreen–game for anything. When Raphael gets to the country, he says, “Nature will flip you.” As a Brooklyn native, do you feel more drawn to the city or the country? People used to think I was from an intense street life.She was hilarious in “My Cousin Vinny” and “The Slums of Beverly Hills.” She was heartbreaking in “In the Bedroom” and “The Wrestler.” Recently, she’s starred in “Love Is Strange” and “Loitering With Intent,” which she also executive-produced. I always splayed Spit—which you also had to be really fast at—with my grandmother for a quarter. But the secret is out that Brookyln has big open skies and trees…A tree grows in Brooklyn?(1996) When I was first starting, I went to an agent who told me, 'Listen, you'll be lucky if you do summer stock.Pack it up.' Once in a while I think about him, but I'm happy with myself. They wanted to write us good parts that we would want to play. Marisa Tomei, born December 4, 1964, is an American actress.
She portrayed Mimi Whiteman on the second season of Empire.
Tomei is charming in this very likable, low-key film, whether she is flirting with Raphael, fighting with Dominic, or verbally sparring with Wayne.“Loitering With Intent” is a film about actors who want instant success in the film industry. It can be a trap sometimes, and the brass ring—the sweetest prize—is working with your friends. Can you talk about creating Gigi, who is a bit of both? I analyze things but I’m more visceral than cerebral in how I approach creating a character. You executive-produced “Loitering With Intent.” Do you see more work behind the camera in the future?
The guys [Michael and Ivan] wrote this, and they had an idea of what they wanted to see me do based both on what I’ve done in the past and in contrast to how they know me. Speaking of being Italian, Gigi is cooking sauce in one memorable scene–you seemed like a natural. What I like about Gigi is that you are very physical here—acting drunk, wrestling with Dominic, doing handstands, dancing, etc. I gathered you had some experience after “The Wrestler.”[Laughs] I love doing physical comedy! The guys know I love to dance and I probably told them stories about wrestling with my brother, so they mined that. On the subject of goofing around, I love that the characters play the card game Spoons at one point. I’d be a little intimidated to play cards with you! I came to producing this film through the reverse door.
They used elements of what they see in me and what they wanted to play with, and bring out of us as actors. That scene was originally longer, and I was cooking all of this food—what did I have in the oven?! I have a good recipe for sauce but I won’t let you publish it. When we started making it, my hand was in so many aspects, they asked me to be a producer. I was invited into it by Ivan and Michael, I just had a ball doing it.
Sam [Rockwell] wanted to drop into a more menacing kind of presence. There was an alchemy, and there is a safety in knowing your friends so well, you can take more risks.