Pete Davidson Movie ‘Big Time Adolescence’ Hits Hulu A Week Early

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Comedian, actor, and cast member of Saturday Night Live, Pete Davidson, starred in film Big Time Adolescence, which premiered at Sundance in 2019. The film, which was originally set to release in late March is now streaming a week early on Hulu. It is unclear if the film was released a week early due to the coronavirus outbreak. The streaming service Hulu has not released a statement on why they decided to release the film a week early.

This comedy film is about a suburban teenager coming of age under the destructive guidance of his best friend, an aimless college dropout. The film was written and directed by Jason Orley. Also starring Griffin Gluck, Sydney Sweeney, Jon Cryer, and Machine Gun Kelly.

According to Syracuse, “The movie was shot in 2018 around Central New York, including scenes at the Palace Theater in Eastwood, Sylvan Beach Amusement Park, the Sound Garden record store in downtown Syracuse, and the former A.V. Zogg Middle School in Liverpool, now known as Syracuse Studios”

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‘Big Time Adolescence’ is the funny and fast-paced film, with an outstanding cast, and Orley creates a mellow tone while conveying both the danger and the fun of being wild, young and free.

Watch the full trailer here!