Pete Davidson portrays the central character in Judd Apatow's new movie, 'The King Of Staten Island'.
A comedy about love, loss and laughter, American filmmaker Judd Apatow's new movie 'The King Of Staten Island' features 'Saturday Night Live' breakout star Pete Davidson.
The film revolves around Scott (Davidson), a still at home, mid-20s slacker, who has been a case of arrested development since his firefighter father died when Scott was seven.
Spending his days dreaming of becoming a tattoo artist, smoking weed, hanging with his mates and secretly hooking up with his childhood friend, Scott's world changes when his exhausted ER nurse mother starts dating a loudmouth firefighter.
This sets off a chain of events that forces Scott to confront his grief as he takes the first, formative steps to adulthood.
The all-star cast features Marisa Tomei as Scott's mum, Maude Apatow ('Euphoria') as his ambitious younger sister headed to college, Bill Burr ('F Is For Family' as the loundmouth firefighter and Bel Powley ('Morning Wars') as Scott's childhood friend Kelsey.
'The King Of Staten Island' also features screen legend Steve Buscemi and Pamela Adlon ('Better Things').
'The King Of Staten Island' will be coming soon to Australian audiences.