Marisa Tomei earlier claimed that she did not get paid as Pete Davidson's mother character in "King of Staten Island."

Marisa Tomei clarified her statement in an interview with People, stating that she got paid for her work.

Marisa Tomei said she had a lot of fun while starring in "King of Staten Island."

A source stated that the actress was paid a million dollars upfront for her role in the comedy-drama film.

Marisa Tomei praised Pete Davidson's performance in "King of Staten Island."

The "King of Staten Island" was directed by Judd Apatow.

Pete Davidson played the role of Scott, a wannabe Tattoo artist still grieving the death of his long-demised father.

Marisa Tomei drew parallels between Davidson's role and his early challenges in life.

The actress has signed up to play Edith Bunker in ABC's "All in the Family."