There's a phrase that the sports commentator Tony Kornheiser likes to use to describe women of a certain age who retain every bit of their sexual allure -- the Susan Sarandons, Helen Mirrens and Tina Turners of this world. Marisa Tomei is years past the blush of youth, more than a decade removed from her winsome, wisecracking Oscar-winning turn in "My Cousin Vinny. But the lady is "still getting it done. She dares. Playboy magazine took notice, not with a pictorial, but with admiring words, echoed by Nerve. Tomei hears this and giggles. The "sex symbol" thing has come late to her, largely thanks to films with daring nude scenes -- 's "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead," which had her playing a bored wife cheating on her drug-addict businessman husband, and "The Wrestler.
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And, yes, in her new film , The Wrestler , directed by Darren Aronofsky, her first scene has her giving Mickey Rourke a lap dance. This story first appeared in the November 24, issue of WWD. Subscribe Today. I was worried about how it was going to be received. Why is she doing this? What is happening to this person? In The Wrestler , Tomei, 43, gets to sink her teeth into yet another fulfilling role. The film, which is slated for a December release and is already generating Oscar buzz, stars Rourke as an aging professional wrestler. Tomei plays Cassidy, a stripper who is also dealing with the implications of a profession that takes its physical toll. She was not only a profound performer, but also a sexy performer.
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