The comedy written and directed Jason Orley follows a suburban teenager coming of age under the destructive guidance of his best friend, an aimless college dropout. The premise reminds us of Jack Black classic "Orange County," so we're on board and can't wait to see a trailer.
Davidson has deleted and come back to the social media app multiple times in the past, however, this post marks the first return since the comedian left Instagram after calling off his engagement to Ariana Grande last month.
Days after news of the split broke, Grande wrote on her Instagram Story that she was taking a break from social media. "Time to say bye bye to the internet for just a little bit," she wrote at the time. "It's hard not to bump news and stuff that I'm not trying to see right now. It's very sad, and we're all trying very hard to keep going. Love you. And thank you for being here always."
The singer soon returned to Instagram and even addressed her breakup head on with her single "Thank, U Next," where she sings, "Even almost got married and for Pete, I'm so thankful --"
Although Davidson hasn't been as vocal about the split on social media like his ex, the "Set It Up" star has spoken about the breakup on "SNL."
"It's nobody's business and sometimes things just don't work out," he said on "Weekend Update" earlier this month. "And that's okay. She's a wonderful, strong person and I genuinely wish her all of the happiness in the world."
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