“Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson was a longshot when he auditioned for the show at just 20 years old. Now, six years later, he is co-writer and star of his first major film, “The King of Staten Island,” about a drifting twenty-something. “CBS This Morning” co-host Tony Dokoupil pays a visit with Davidson to New York City’s least-celebrated borough, to discuss how Davidson’s childhood, parental loss, and depression helped shape his movie. Dokoupil also talks with the film’s director and co-writer Judd Apatow.
Pete Davidson on “The King of Staten Island”