Kaley Cuoco claims she was 'devastated' after losing 'Knives out 2' roles to Kate Hudson

Kaley Cuoco claims she was 'devastated' after losing 'Knives out 2' roles to Kate Hudson ...

is revealing a story about acquiring a role.

The Flight Attendant star told reporters in an interview that she was "devastated" after discovering she didn't play a role in Rian Johnson's next ensemble mystery, which she said was.

"I was convinced that my bags were packed for Greece," she said. "And then I didn't get it. I was so devastated. I had done chemistry readings, I had done Zooms. And I didn't get it. I cried and cried all night long. It went to Kate, who is fantastic."

The following day, Cuoco received a call about a script for the film Meet Cute, with Pete Davidson already attached to the producer. "I said, "I don't want to read anything. I suck. No one wants me."

Cuoco said, "This is the most magical little script" she "would've ever gotten" if she nabbed the Knives Out role. "It just shows you that you're where you're supposed to be," she said. "It just shows you that you're where you're supposed to be, and," I mean, I was relieved. And they were like, 'No, we're going to go with Kate."

Cuoco explained that she was never given a reason as to why she didn't get it before, and said, "I was thinking I was hot shit: I'll be with Daniel Craig." This is incredible.

Cuoco said she "couldn't be happier with how things turned out. That's what it was supposed to be, and Knives is going to be fantastic and Kate's great. She was supposed to do it, and I was supposed to do this. I'll probably get to audition for the third one.

Daniel Craig reprises his role as detective Benoit Blanc alongside a new group of Hudson,, and. In the sequel, which was shot in Greece, Daniel Craig reprises his role as Detective Benoit Blanc.

The Flight Attendant, a cuoco series, will be released on HBO Max on April 21.

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