Look, Rosaline has each proper to be cheesed off by the entire state of affairs. Particularly when taking a look at Shakespeare’s textual content, Romeo by no means had the frequent decency to inform Rosaline what was occurring! Hopefully, she would not must endure any Elizabethan-era ghosting on this film, however contemplating we see her hiding behind the bushes through the well-known “balcony scene,” there is a good likelihood Romeo left the poor lady on learn. Or no matter they referred to as that within the 1590s.
“Rosaline” was directed by Karen Maine (“Sure, God, Sure”) from a screenplay by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, based mostly on the novel “When You Have been Mine” by Rebecca Serle. The movie stars Kaitlyn Dever (“Booksmart,” “Dopesick”) within the titular position, Isabela Merced (“Dora and the Misplaced Metropolis of Gold,” “Father of the Bride”) as Juliet, Kyle Allen (“The In Between,” “The Map of Tiny Excellent Issues”) as Romeo, Sean Teale (“Reign,” “Included”) as Dario, Minnie Driver (“Grosse Pointe Clean,” “The Phantom of the Opera”) because the Nurse, and Bradley Whitford (“The Handmaid’s Story,” “The West Wing”) as Friar Laurence. The movie was produced by Shawn Levy, Dan Cohen, and Dan Levine, with Kaitlyn Dever, Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Weber, Whitney Brown, Emily Morris, and Becca Edelman serving as govt producers.
“Rosaline” debuts solely on Hulu within the U.S., Star+ in Latin America, and Disney+ in different territories on October 14, 2022.