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Kelsey Asbille, Jessica Rothe to star in 'Gaslight' TV series

May 24 (UPI) -- QCODE announced Monday that a TV series based on their Gaslight podcast is in development. Jessica Rothe and Kelsey Asbille are attached to star. Gaslight was about a missing woman who reappears years after disappearing as a high school senior. Miles Joris-Peyrafitte created the podcast and will write all episodes of the first season.
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Jessica Rothe on Her Emotional New Film and the French Brand Breaking Her Wallet and Jessica Rothe's Jewelry Collection Has So Much Sentimental Value

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Jessica Rothe on 'All My Life' and Wanting a 'Happy Death Day' and 'Freaky' Crossover and “All My Life” actors Jessica Rothe and Harry Shum Jr. discuss new film at virtual roundtable

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Happy Death Day’s Jessica Rothe Had The Best Time Loop Advice For The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things’ Kyle Allen And Kathryn Newton

Chris Landon’s Happy Death Day shook up the Groundhog Day concept when it turned the idea of infinite days into a slasher film starring Jessica Rothe. The Blumhouse horror comedy has become an underdog fan-favorite, with the planned trilogy closer, Happy Death Day To Us, hopefully still in the cards in the future. Landon then took a break from Tree’s time loops to work with spiritual sister film and blast-of-a-body-swap comedy with Kathryn Newton and Vince Vaughn, Freaky. Ironically enough, Kathryn Newton’s latest film, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things, is all about time loops too.
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Jessica Rothe Explains How a Freaky and Happy Death Day Crossover Could Work

Director Christopher Landon's most recent foray into horror/comedy, Freaky, bears a lot of similarities with his previous efforts, Happy Death Day, with the star of the latter now believing that the best way forward for both franchises is to have them collide. Jessica Rothe, who plays main character "Tree" in both movies in the Happy Death Day series, thinks it is entirely possible, given the mixed-up magic and sci-fi mythology of the two franchises, for a Freaky and Happy Death Day crossover to come together on the big screen.
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Jessica Rothe wants Happy Death Day and Freaky crossover film

Jessica Rothe wants a crossover between 'Happy Death Day' and 'Freaky'. The 33-year-old actress stars as the murdered Theresa "Tree" Gelbman in the horror series and revealed that she would love to see her alter-ego go up against body-swapped serial killer the Blissfield Butcher (played by Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton) in a big screen project as both films have the same director in Christopher Landon.
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Jessica Rothe on 'All My Life' and Wanting a 'Happy Death Day' and 'Freaky' Crossover

While the film maintains the essence of Jenn and Sol’s actual story, it was the real Jenn Carter herself, who encouraged Rothe and Co. to utilize artistic license. “We decided to FaceTime and we ended up being on the phone for over 3 hours. And one of the things that I will be eternally grateful for… is that she made it very clear that she wanted me to make this role my own,” Rothe tells The Hollywood Reporter. “She didn’t want me to feel any pressure to try to mimic her or to worriedly say on set, ‘Would the real Jenn like this choice?’ If I had been trying to do some kind of impersonation, it would’ve made being emotionally present incredibly difficult.”
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Happy Death Day’s Jessica Rothe Could Have Been Killed On Game Of Thrones If Things Had Gone Differently

Over the years, many actors have come out of the woodwork to reveal that they auditioned for the HBO series Game of Thrones. The latest actor to mention the series is Happy Death Day star Jessica Rothe, who has admitted that she auditioned for a key role in the groundbreaking fantasy drama, and she could’ve been killed on Game of Thrones had things gone differently.
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‘All My Life’ Star Jessica Rothe Reveals She Auditioned For Daenerys in ‘Game of Thrones’

Jessica Rothe has gotten married twice during the pandemic—once on film and once in real life. She and Harry Shum Jr. (Glee, Crazy Rich Asians) are bringing the love and tears with their new movie, All My Life, based on the true story of Jenn Carter and Soloman Chau. We chatted with Rothe about her movie wedding, her real-life wedding (in the middle of pandemic!) and that iconic Game of Thrones role she auditioned for.
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I Interviewed Harry Shum Jr. And Jessica Rothe About 'All My Life' And It'll Break Your Heart In The Best Way

The stars of this movie talk about the reality of cinematic representation and star-crossed relationships. "All My Life" is not your typical romance blockbuster. Although co-stars Jessica Rothe and Harry Shum Jr. acted in hits such as "Happy Death Day" and "Crazy Rich Asians," respectively, the two decided to try an unglamorous take on unconditional love during a time when we needed it most.