Look, Rosaline has every right to be covered up by the whole situation. Especially when looking at Shakespeare’s writing, Romeo never had the usual courtesy to tell Rosaline what was going on! Hopefully she doesn’t suffer from any Elizabethan ghosts in this movie, but when we see her hiding behind the bushes in the famous “balcony scene,” it’s very likely Romeo let her go. poor girl read. Or whatever they called in the 1590s.
“Rosaline” is directed by Karen Maine (“Yes, God, Yes”) from a screenplay by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, based on the novel “When You Were Mine” by Rebecca Serle. It stars Kaitlyn Dever (“Booksmart,” “Dopesick”) as the title character, Isabela Merced (“Dora and the Lost City of Gold,” “Father of the Bride”) as Juliet, Kyle Allen (“The In Between,” “”Map of Little Perfections”) as Romeo, Sean Teale (“Reign”, “Incorporated”) as Dario, Minnie Driver (“Gross Pointe Blank, “” The Phantom of the Opera”) as Nurse and Bradley Whitford (“The Handmaid’s Tale”, “The West Wing”) as Friar Laurence. The film 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 serve as executive producers.
“Rosaline” premieres exclusively on Hulu in the US, Star+ in Latin America, and Disney+ in other territories on October 14, 2022.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1021694/rosaline-trailer-romeos-scorned-ex-finally-takes-control-of-shakespeares-narrative/ Romeo’s revered woman finally takes control of Shakespeare’s narrative