Big Bang Theory’s New Kaley Cuoco Movie Skips Theaters For Netflix

The Big Bang Theory Kaley Cuoco’s latest movie The man from Toronto will skip theaters and go straight to Netflix upon release.

While the film’s original release date was August 12, Deadline reports that Netflix recently acquired its global rights and will now make it available to stream later this year.

This decision is most likely the direct result of the agreement reached between Sony, which produces The man from Torontoand Netflix last year, allowing the streaming giant to pick its direct-streaming movies first.

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The action-comedy flick will see Cuoco play the female lead opposite comedian Kevin Hart and real detectiveOscar-nominated actor Woody Harrelson.

Other confirmed cast members include Jasmine Mathews, Ellen Barkin, Lela Loren, Pierson Fode and Jencarlos Canela.

The man from Toronto will follow the world’s deadliest assassin, played by Harrelson, and New York’s biggest failure, Teddy (Hart), as their lives collide and unwittingly intertwine when they are mistaken for each other in an Airbnb rental.

The movie was made by The Hitman’s Bodyguardby Patrick Hughes and written by Robbie Fox and Chris Bremner.

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After graduating from the hit comedy The Big Bang TheoryCuoco boarded the HBO Max comedy-drama The stewardess as the main character, Cassie Bowden, and executive producer of the series – a move that earned her an Emmy nomination.

The series recently unveiled the latest trailer for its upcoming second season, which is set to premiere on April 21 in the United States.

She is also set to portray Doris Day in an upcoming limited series about her life, based on A.E. Hotchner’s 1976 biography, Doris Day: her own story.

The stewardessbased on the book of the same name by Chris Bohjalianairs season 2 on HBO Max in the USA. In the UK, it will premiere on max sky in May.

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