Kaley Cuoco and Pete Davidson’s characters getting Cozy in romantic Scenes “Meet Cute”


Kaley Cuoco, 36, is best known for playing Penny in fan-favorite comedy ‘The Big Bang Theory’. She stars opposite 28-year-old actor and SNL comedian Pete Davidson.


Kaley Cuoco and Pete Davidson’s characters find love at first sight in the upcoming romantic comedy “Meet Cute.”


The movie will be released on Peacock on September 21. The rom-com also has a sci-fi element intertwined within the plot, which follows Cuoco’s character Shelia who has access to a time machine and replays the day she and Davidson’s character Gary meet over and over again. When Sheila decides that their love at first site isn’t quite perfect enough, she goes back in time further to make the perfect man out of Gary.


The movie is written by Noga Pnueli and directed by Alex Lehmann with Akiva Goldsman, Rachel Reznick Wizenberg, Gregory Lessans, Santosh Govindaraju and Dan Reardon as producers.


The film follows Sheila (Kaley), a woman who uses a time machine to engineer a love at first sight meet cute between herself and Gary (Pete).

However, when Gary doesn’t measure up to Sheila’s idea of the perfect man after their first date, she heads further back in time to heal his past trauma and create a perfect match.

Ahead of the film’s release in September, Peacock has released a first look and Kaley and Pete’s characters getting cosy in romantic scenes.


The above pictures show the pair sharing intimate moments in a romantic outdoor setting. Not much else is known about the upcoming rom-com, but Kaley and Pete were frequently spotted filming the movie around New York.

When filming finished, Kaley took to Instagram, sharing a sweet snap of her and Davidson and writing, “That’s a wrap on ‘Meet Cute’!! What an experience! Loved every single human involved with this special little gem of a of film.”



She added: “Would do it over and over and over again (get it? It’s a time travel joke lol) see the movie and you will understand.”

“Meet Cute” is directed by Alex Lehmann, who previously helmed the films “Acidman,” “Paddleton” and “Blue Jay.”

In a statement, the director said it was “joy” making the film.

“I’m excited for audiences to get swept away on this wild romantic ride exclusively on Peacock,” he added.


“I hadn’t thought about it in awhile, I think season 2 was so heavy for me, that was a big part of it and now having some separation. And again, we’d have to depend on what it would look like.”


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