You probably spot her in everything, but Emmy winner Martindale is pickier about her roles than you might think.
"Sneaky Pete" joins the list.
"We could barely get through that scene,” Mardindale said.
The basic premise of the movie has Krasinski's character, John Hollar returning to his hometown the day before his mother, Sally Hollar (played by Martindale) undergoes brain surgery. That emotional life event gets mixed with the fact that John's pregnant girlfriend is ready to give birth soon, and his other family members, old friends, and ex-girlfriend spill their problems into John's world too.
The dramedy, which Krasinski directed, hits theaters on Aug. 26.
Martindale currently stars in Garry Marshall's "Mother's Day."
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