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‘Spider-Man’ Marisa Tomei Returns Saying She Didn’t Pay for Pete Davidson ‘King of Staten Island’

Marisa Tomei tries to limit the damage then This week she claimed she was tough about playing Pete Davidson’s mother El Rey de Staten Island.

“I was actually talking to Pete today, because I was like, ‘I didn’t get paid for this. Own? In this age of transparency, can we talk?'” rolling rock In an interview published Thursday about the film, directed by Judd Apatow, was written by Davidson and based on the loss of his father, a firefighter, during 9/11.

Tommy was quick to follow up on the bold claim to drop any concerns about payment because she “had a great time”.


Marisa Tomei and Pete Davidson in King of Staten Island.

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“Jude’s impromptu style, which is huge, intimidated me,” he added. “I’m with all of these situations. That was liberating. It really changed the way I approach every character in the future.”

The payment comment was buried in a question-and-answer session, as Tommy discussed the role of Tom Holland’s aunt May in Spider-Man: He doesn’t come home And the She lost the Oscar, which she won in 1993 for Best Supporting Actress My first viny. (It turns out that the golden statue was hidden in his mother’s house.)

But a source said Page 6 Saturday that only Tommy was not paid, but they got more than a million dollars up front. “Marissa Tomei was paid 100% for the film,” a source close to the production said. “She’s obviously confused.”

Although Tommy’s representatives did not respond to The Daily Beast’s request for comment, they said rolling rock The actress paid for the film. The confusion was fueled by Tommy’s reference to “vague contract details”.

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In a full statement to the people, Tommy explained, “Of course, I was getting paid for the work I did. I didn’t just forget to open my mailbox. There are a lot of vague contractual details I’ll give you, but that’s what I meant.”

El Rey de Staten Island, In which Davidson starred and served as executive producer, it was released in June 2020. The black comedy has continued to make $40 million amid the pandemic, a $35 million increase over budget. according to Hollywood Reporter.

But regardless of the alleged push issue, Tommy said he had a great time during the movie, even praising Davidson, saying, “He’s very real and unfiltered, but very sensitive. So it’s an almost irresistible combination. And she’s beautiful even though I’ve played[his mom]. “