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BY GENE TRIPLETT, For The OklahomanTORONTO — They don’t look much like brother and sister there in the fluorescent light of the Shangri-La Hotel meeting room, but the teasing back-and-forth banter between Tina Fey and Justin Bateman as they field reporters’ questions sometimes sounds like genuine sibling familiarity.
And that’s not surprising since they recently spent 32 days under the same roof of a Long Island house — along with a large cast and crew — playing two of the four adult children of a domineering yet loving mother, all forced to reunite for a week in their childhood home after the death of their father, in director Sean Levy’s comedy-drama “This Is Where I Leave You.”
Outside, the Toronto International Film Festival was in full swing, and the round of interviews and press conferences no doubt had been endless, but Bateman and Fey wore game faces as they told how they came to be part of this project.
“I came in through the door marked Sean Levy because I had worked with him before (on “Date Night”), and he’s the one who brought the script to me,” Fey said, before turning to Bateman.