“I actually get involved with the character in many ways, from making new friends in her unconventional place, and feeling a little isolated and sometimes not understood,” Selina Gomez told the Deadline Crew Call to Mabel’s part that attracted her to Mora in Hulu. Just murder in the building.
“On top of that, I’m obsessed with real crime,” he added.
Listen to our conversation with the star, the show’s EP and co-producer John Hoffman:
“The show is built on classic matte modern,” Hoffman said of Steve Martin and Martin Short’s fools Charles Hayden-Savage and Oliver Putnam’s portrayal of Gomez as a straight-comedy woman.
From the beginning of the first reading, “he was running his own natural joke flair, and it’s well-respected,” Hoffman added.
“There’s his own, he has a style and a way where he draws a line and makes a joke,” he continued, “he doesn’t have a dishonest bone in his body. He’s pure comic gold.”
Hoffman told us how he got into the series through Martin, Dan Fogelman and Jess Rosenthal. Being a Brooklyn native, he was persuaded to take her Just murder in the building, One of his inspirations Rosemary’s baby.
“There hasn’t been a great signature apartment building show or film since,” Hoffman explained.
In fact, the producers teased that Season 2 would serve the sensibilities and “serial killer attitude” of the 1970s.
Gomez also talks about his love of production, his thoughts on a musical episode and his upcoming projects.
Regarding Season 2’s high-stakes bets, Gomez explains, “Doing another season of a show that received a real response is a little nerve-wracking. I panicked because I was like ‘How can I top it off? How can I be better? “
The multi-platinum performer added, “With my full confidence in my body, it’s a million times better than the first season. We’ve just got our characters down, we have a really well-mixed cast, it’s really diverse. You’ll be surprised. “