Transcript for Stanley Tucci talks about his new film, 'Supernova'
Can I ask you, did you want one? An autograph? From him. Because I saw you looking at him and I wasn't sure if you wanted one. It's all right. He's very shy. Do you have a pen on you? All right. But if you want one, he'll sign one for you. He's shy but he will. Stanley Tucci in the new movie "Supernova." Thank you for coming back to "Gma." Tell us about this couple. They're a couple that has been together for a very long time. And, one of -- one of them, my character is now suffering from early onset dementia. There are so many incredibly emotional moments in the film and as you said describing your character, but he stays grounded, how did you find that Well, you know, you have to. I think doing it -- first of all, it was written that way, it was beautifully written, I think, I had to do what Harry wrote, the director, and yet at the same time, you can't ever really play into the drama of something, I suppose, in a way you have to play against it and that's also what the character is doing himself, he's playing against the sort of horror of what's happening to him to keep it all together. Stanley, this is interesting, you and your co-star Collin firth ended up swamming roles. The other role was too hard for Collin to do so. You know -- go ahead. Usually when you're in the studio you're cooking for us, we can't have that pleasure today. We have a new book, taste my life through food. Yes, look at that. You made such a hit with those videos as well, can we expect some more in. Yes, of course. Yes, yes. I'm looking forward to having a cocktail very soon, as a matter of fact. Mimosa, something like that. But also -- Yes, sorry. I'm sorry. Also, very popular, though you did it in the '80s, that Levi's commercial that gets played again and again, how do you feel about it staying so popular? I think it's wonderful. I mean, I'd give anything to look like that again. Thank you for joining us this morning.
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