Aubrey Plaza and beau Jeff Baena look every bit the loved up couple during socially-distanced drive-in screening of their 2017 film The Little Hours

She starred in and he wrote/directed the quirky romantic-comedy The Little Hours, which premiered in 2017.

And Aubrey Plaza and her beau Jeff Baena looked every bit the loved up couple as they attended a socially-distanced screening of the film at the Vineland Drive-In theater on Thursday evening.

The pair - who have been linked since 2011 - were joined by actors Dave Franco, Alison Brie, Fred Armisen, and Kate Micucci, who all starred in the indie flick. 

Summer lovin': Aubrey Plaza and her beau Jeff Baena looked every bit the loved up couple as they attended a socially-distanced screening of their 2017 film The Little Hours at the Vineland Drive-In theater on Thursday evening

 Summer lovin': Aubrey Plaza and her beau Jeff Baena looked every bit the loved up couple as they attended a socially-distanced screening of their 2017 film The Little Hours at the Vineland Drive-In theater on Thursday evening

Partners: He wrote and directed the quirky romantic-comedy which she starred in

 Partners: He wrote and directed the quirky romantic-comedy which she starred in

Aubrey, 36, slipped her slender physique into a floral maxi dress that featured feminine cap sleeves and a sexy leg slit. 

She paired the stylish sun dress with a pair of beige Vans sneakers and she opted to keep her look accessory-free.

Plaza and Baena, 43, could hardly keep their hands off one another, while posing for photos before the giant projection screen at the iconic drive-in theater.

Baena, who is known for his film Life After Beth which also starred Plaza, suited up for the socially-distanced occasion in a tie-dyed tee, some faded black denim jeans, and a pair of Adidas trainers.

Reunion: The pair - who have been linked since 2011 - were joined by actors Dave Franco, Alison Brie, Fred Armisen and Kate Micucci, who all starred in the indy flick

Reunion: The pair - who have been linked since 2011 - were joined by actors Dave Franco, Alison Brie, Fred Armisen and Kate Micucci, who all starred in the indy flick

Hand to yourself: Plaza and Baena could hardly keep their hands off one another, while posing for photos before the giant projection screen at the iconic drive-in theater

Hand to yourself: Plaza and Baena could hardly keep their hands off one another, while posing for photos before the giant projection screen at the iconic drive-in theater

Jeff and the entire cast of The Little Hours gathered together to take a few pictures before the film screening commenced.

One of the shots showed the group posing with their hands pressed together in prayer - alluding to the film's religious premise.

Aubrey was feeling the pose so much that she ended up whipping it out, while conversing with co-star Fred Armisen.

As the cast and crew chatted before the screening, each of them made sure to wear their face masks.

Prayer time: One of the shots showed the group posing with their hands pressed together in prayer - alluding to the film's religious premise

 Prayer time: One of the shots showed the group posing with their hands pressed together in prayer - alluding to the film's religious premise

In character: Aubrey was feeling the pose so much that she ended up whipping it out, while conversing with co-star Fred Armisen

In character: Aubrey was feeling the pose so much that she ended up whipping it out, while conversing with co-star Fred Armisen

Aubrey briefly broke social-distancing rules to pet an adorable pup who had joined its owners at the drive-in theater.

The Little Hours, according to the film's official synopsis, follows 'three unconventionally opinionated nuns,' played by Plaza, Brie, and Micucci, who 'cross paths with a tempting new gardener,' played by Dave Franco.

John C. Reilly and SNL alum Molly Shannon also starred in the film.

The Little Hours raked in $1.6million at the box office and is currently available to stream on Netflix. 

Safety first: As the cast and crew chatted before the screening, each of them made sure to wear their face masks

Safety first: As the cast and crew chatted before the screening, each of them made sure to wear their face masks

All together: Jeff and the entire cast of The Little Hours gathered together to take a few pictures before the film screening commenced

All together: Jeff and the entire cast of The Little Hours gathered together to take a few pictures before the film screening commenced

Breakin' the law: Aubrey briefly broke social-distancing rules to pet an adorable pup who had joined its owners at the drive-in theater

Breakin' the law: Aubrey briefly broke social-distancing rules to pet an adorable pup who had joined its owners at the drive-in theater

Days prior to the The Little Hours screening, Aubrey took to Instagram to encourage her 2.5million followers to attend.   

'in these troubled times let us turn to the cinema to restoreth our laughs,' wrote Plaza, who included a flyer for the event.

Aubrey and her director boyfriend Jeff have been enjoying a tranquil quarantine at the home they share in Los Feliz.

The Park And Recreation actress is often spotted strolling around her trendy neighborhood with her two beloved rescue dogs.

The Little Hours: The film follows 'three unconventionally opinionated nuns,' played by Plaza, Brie, and Micucci, who 'cross paths with a tempting new gardener,' played by Dave Franco

The Little Hours: The film follows 'three unconventionally opinionated nuns,' played by Plaza, Brie, and Micucci, who 'cross paths with a tempting new gardener,' played by Dave Franco

Cult following: The film raked in $1.6million at the box office and is currently available to stream on Netflix; Dave Franco and Aubrey plaza pictured in The Little Hours in 2017

Cult following: The film raked in $1.6million at the box office and is currently available to stream on Netflix; Dave Franco and Aubrey plaza pictured in The Little Hours in 2017

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Aubrey Plaza and beau Jeff Baena attend socially-distanced drive-in screening of The Little Hours

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