Image zoom Mary Cybulski / Universal Pictures Mark your calendars, Pete Davidson fans. The Saturday Night Live star’s next movie, The King of Staten Island, will premiere on demand June 12, forgoing a theatrical release due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Get push notifications with news, features and more. + Follow Following You’ll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. Davidson, 26 and director Judd Apatow, 52 made the announcement during an Instagram chat Monday. Image zoom Daniel Boczarski/Getty “Dude, what is going on with our movie?” he jokingly asked Apatow. “Am I still going to get an Oscar?” Apatow and Davidson co-wrote The King of Staten Island, which they shot on location last year. In January, the Trainwreck director teased the comedy to reporters at the Directors Guild Awards in Los Angeles. RELATED: Pete Davidson, Movie Star? Actor to Star in Semi-Autobiographical Movie by Trainwreck Director “It’s a fictional story inspired by a lot of the emotional events from his life,” Apatow said of Davidson’s personal contribution to the story. “I’m really proud of it … I feel like it’s very funny and moving.” The summer comedy follows Scott (played by Davidson), an aspiring… Read full this story
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