Rita Wilson, actress, producer, singer and Huff/Post50 editor-at-large, will be joining the cast of the HBO hit dramedy "Girls" in its second season, which premieres Sunday. She sat down with Huff/Post 50 to talk about her role as Marnie Michaels' mother in specific and the show in general.
Hp: Ok, it doesn't get much hotter than "Girls." This is a seriously Big Deal. There's just so much buzz about "Girls" being the cultural voice of 20-somethings. So, as everyone is anxiously awaiting the premiere of the second season, let's start with the juicy stuff. What can you tell us about your new character, Marnie's mom? Is Marnie anything like her?
Rita Wilson: Absolutely not! They couldn't be more different. Marnie is a very controlled person. Her mother is totally out of control -- very uninhibited -- and has reached the point in her life that she doesn't care what other people think! »
- The Huffington Post
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