How The King of Staten Island Allowed Pete Davidson to Finally Process His Pain
Since his early days as a teenage stand-up comic through to becoming one of the youngest people to ever join the cast of Saturday Night Live—not to mention its first cast member born in the 1990s—the trauma of Davidson's childhood had been a part of his story.
But never has he tackled the pain with such scope and unflinching totality as he has in the new film The King of Staten Island.
"When you see someone like Pete, you know there's a lot going on.
You really don't know what it is.
I think that a lot of people are interested in his struggle," Judd Apatow, who...