Jessica Rothe

UTA Signs ‘Utopia’ & ‘Happy Death Day’ Actor Jessica Rothe And Her Lil’ Situation Productions Banner

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: UTA has signed actor Jessica Rothe (Utopia) and her production company, Lil’ Situation Productions, for representation in all areas. Rothe is perhaps best known for starring in Blumhouse and Universal’s slasher Happy Death Day, which went on to make over $125 million worldwide, as well as its sequel, Happy Death Day 2U. She will next be seen co-starring alongside Bill Skarsgård in German filmmaker Mortiz Mohr’s dystopian actioner Boy Kills World, produced by Sam Raimi and Roy Lee. Rothe also previously starred in Universal’s All My Life and MGM’s Valley Girl, and played a supporting role in Damien...
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Sam Raimi-Produced Boy Kills World Loses Samara Weaving But Gains Jessica Rothe

Well, this is what you call an embarrassment of riches. Sam Raimi and Roy Lee are producing the film "Boy Kills World," and they've had an actress change. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the person playing one of the lead roles in the film, Samara Weaving, has just been replaced by Jessica Rothe. These two actresses are fantastic, and it's hard to argue that one of them could have been better than the other. The change comes because of Weaving's scheduling conflicts.

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.

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.