Pete Davidson Is About To Get His Very Own Autobiographical Movie
Pete Davidson is reportedly teaming up with a big time Hollywood director to create a movie about his life growing up in Staten Island, New York. Scroll through to get all the details.
Pete, 25, has been a Saturday Night Live regular for a while now and has even made some appearances in a few feature films — soon he'll be able to add "feature film lead" to his resume too!
Pete had a small role in Netflix's Set It Up (June 2018), and in February 2019 he is set to be in the remake What Men Want.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the comedian will be teaming up with director Judd Apatow, who is famously known for producing and directing several hit comedies, including Amy Schumer's Trainwreck and Knocked Up. The 25-year-old will not only be starring in the film, but he also co-wrote the script with Judd.
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While the movie is yet to be titled, it will be a "semi-autobiographical story of Davidson growing up in Staten Island, New York." Therefore, we probably won't hear very much about his famous breakup with Ariana Grande.
Pete's autobiographical movie is scheduled to start production in summer 2019.
Stay tuned for more updates on his movie!
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