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Kaley Cuoco and Pete Davidson fall in love with the help of a time machine in new romcom Meet Cute


Kaley Cuoco goes to great lengths to craft the perfect love story with Pete Davidson in Peacock’s romantic comedy, Meet Cute, which comes out on September 21.

In a new trailer for the upcoming film, the 36-year-old actress plays a woman named  Sheila, who seemingly meets and falls in love at first sight with Gary (Davidson) at a bar while simultaneously ordering the same cocktails.

As Gary looks smitten on their first date, which went from drinks and ice cream to dinner, Sheila admits that she has to come ‘come clean’ about something.

Time travel: Kaley Cuoco goes to great lengths to craft the perfect love story with Pete Davidson in Peacock's romantic comedy, Meet Cute, which comes out on September 21

Time travel: Kaley Cuoco goes to great lengths to craft the perfect love story with Pete Davidson in Peacock’s romantic comedy, Meet Cute, which comes out on September 21

‘I’m from the future,’ she confesses, to which he responds: ‘Wait, I’m confused.’

Sheila explains: ‘I’ve spent the entire week with you. This night, seven times in a row.’ 

The leading lady then asks if he thinks she’s ‘crazy’ causing him to nod, but reply: ‘But it’s really cute, okay.’

Fate? In a new trailer for the upcoming film, the 36-year-old actress plays a woman named Sheila, who seemingly meets and falls in love at first sight with Gary (Davidson) at a bar while simultaneously ordering the same cocktails

Fate? In a new trailer for the upcoming film, the 36-year-old actress plays a woman named Sheila, who seemingly meets and falls in love at first sight with Gary (Davidson) at a bar while simultaneously ordering the same cocktails

Oh no: As Gary looks smitten on their first date, which went from drinks and ice cream to dinner, Sheila admits that she has to come 'come clean' about something

Oh no: As Gary looks smitten on their first date, which went from drinks and ice cream to dinner, Sheila admits that she has to come ‘come clean’ about something

'I'm from the future,' she confesses, to which he responds: 'Wait, I'm confused'

‘I’m from the future,’ she confesses, to which he responds: ‘Wait, I’m confused’

Sheila explains: 'I've spent the entire week with you. This night, seven times in a row'

Sheila explains: ‘I’ve spent the entire week with you. This night, seven times in a row’

Footage pans to them strolling around New York City having the time of their lives, until tension arises as she attempts ‘to change a couple things’ to make him ‘more perfect.’ 

This results in unwanted revisions to his personality and tension between them as he asks her ‘what exactly’ she changed about him.

Her friend, who is more knowledge in time travel, ‘if you erase the pain you erase, you erase the person.’

Funny: The leading lady then asks if he thinks she's 'crazy' causing him to nod, but reply: 'But it's really cute, okay'

Funny: The leading lady then asks if he thinks she’s ‘crazy’ causing him to nod, but reply: ‘But it’s really cute, okay’

A twist: Footage pans to them strolling around New York City having the time of their lives, until tension arises as she attempts 'to change a couple things' to make him 'more perfect'

A twist: Footage pans to them strolling around New York City having the time of their lives, until tension arises as she attempts ‘to change a couple things’ to make him ‘more perfect’

Good intentions: This results in unwanted revisions to his personality and tension between them as he asks her 'what exactly' she changed about him

Good intentions: This results in unwanted revisions to his personality and tension between them as he asks her ‘what exactly’ she changed about him

Messing with the past: Her friend, who is more knowledge in time travel, 'if you erase the pain you erase, you erase the person'

Messing with the past: Her friend, who is more knowledge in time travel, ‘if you erase the pain you erase, you erase the person’

While arguing, Gary tells Sheila that his pain is not hers to take away, despite her feeling her actions ‘came from a good place.’

‘So did gender reveal parties,’ she fired back.

According to Deadline, the film asks e classic question: ‘What would you do if you could travel to your loved ones’ past, heal their traumas, fix their problems and change them into the perfect partner?’

Fighting: While arguing, Gary tells Sheila that his pain is not hers to take away, despite her feeling her actions 'came from a good place'

Fighting: While arguing, Gary tells Sheila that his pain is not hers to take away, despite her feeling her actions ‘came from a good place’

According to Deadline , the film asks e classic question: 'What would you do if you could travel to your loved ones' past, heal their traumas, fix their problems and change them into the perfect partner?'

According to Deadline , the film asks e classic question: ‘What would you do if you could travel to your loved ones’ past, heal their traumas, fix their problems and change them into the perfect partner?’

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