Kaley Cuoco and Pete Davidson have finished filming Meet Cute (Picture: Kaley Cuoco/Instagram)
Kaley Cuoco and Pete Davidson have officially finished their upcoming rom-com, Meet Cute, and we already miss their fun, behind-the-scenes content.
The Big Bang Theory actress and the Saturday Night Live comedian had been powering through plenty of night shoots for the highly anticipated time travel-themed flick and now their work is all done.
Taking to Instagram in the early hours Friday, Kaley revealed snaps from their final moments on set as she posted a picture of herself hugging Pete while they looked out at the NYC skyline.
She wrote: ‘That’s a wrap on “Meet Cute” !! ? What an experience! Loved every single human involved with this special little gem of a of film..? would do it over and over and over again ?’.
She then posted several snaps of the final scene which saw their characters embrace with a beautiful sunrise in the background.
Kaley, 36, will be playing Sheila in the flick while Pete takes on the role of Gary in the ‘wildly inventive deconstruction of the romantic comedy’, according to Deadline.
The actress shared snaps from the final scene they filmed on Friday morning (Picture: Kaley Cuoco/Instagram)
Now we just have to wait for the time-travel rom-com to make its way to screens (Picture: Kaley Cuoco/Instagram)
The project will be directed by Alex Lehmann, known for the 2019 Netflix movie Paddleton, and is written by former make-up artist Noga Pnueli.
So far, we know the film revolves around the question of what you might do if you could travel back in time to fix the past of your partner in order to improve them.
Kaley had been giving fans a glimpse of her behind-the-scenes shenanigans on Instagram Stories and recently shared pictures of her and Pete on location at the Six Flags amusement park in New Jersey.
The Flight Attendant star then posted another picture of them together on set writing: ‘You’re gonna love them’, also adding the names of their characters in the film: ‘Sheila and Gary’.
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