Instead, the film will be based off the question, "What would you do if you could travel to your loved ones’ past, heal their traumas, fix their problems, and change them into the perfect partner?"
Alex Lehmann, who's worked in showbiz as a cinematographer and camera operator, is set to direct, while newcomer Noga Pneuli is in charge of the script.
The deal has yet to be confirmed, but the Big Bang Theory actress posted a screenshot of Deadline's article on Instagram, captioning the post, "This one’s gonna be real ‘cute’ 😉 😜."
"On fire woman! 🔥👏," commented Vampire Diaries alum Arielle Kebbel, while Cara Santana noted that the movie is sure to also be "funny."
At the moment, Cuoco is prepping to film season 2 of her HBO Max thriller, The Flight Attendant, a role she received a Golden Globe nomination for. Davidson has been keeping busy as well, as his superhero film The Suicide Squad hits theaters later this summer.
The comedian has been on Saturday Night Live since 2014, but right now, he's unsure if he'll return for the series' 47th season, as he previously hinted that he may be ready to wrap up his time on the sketch comedy show.
"Speaking for myself, I don’t know what the plan is," he revealed. "Everything is kind of up in the air right now just depending on scheduling. It is my seventh year, and that’s what the contract is usually for."
First and foremost, the Big Time Adolescence star has to talk about his future with producer Lorne Michaels.
"It’s a big cast. There’s a lot of new guys in there, and there’s a lot of great new talent that it’s their time to shine," he noted before reiterating, "I have no idea what’s going on right now."