Kaitlyn Dever tries to break up Romeo and Juliet in the first trailer for Hulu’s Rosaline


Horror-stricken actress Caitlin Dever plays a girl who tries to break up the famous star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet in the first trailer for Rosaline, which premieres October 14 on Hulu.

The 25-year-old Emmy nominee executive produces and stars as the ex-love of 16-year-old Romeo (Kyle Allen), who is horrified when he falls for her 13-year-old cousin Juliet (Isabella Merced).

“They all behaved disgustingly,” moans Rosalyn to Sister (Minnie Driver).

Premiering October 14th on Hulu!  Horror-stricken actress Caitlin Dever plays a girl who tries to break up the famous star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet in the first trailer for Rosaline

Premiering October 14th on Hulu! Horror-stricken actress Caitlin Dever plays a girl who tries to break up the famous star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet in the first trailer for Rosaline

“And he was saying things to her that he just said to me… three days ago.”

Although never seen in William Shakespeare’s 1597 tragedy, Romeo’s rejection of Rosaline (because she vowed chastity) is what causes his depression and leads him to Juliet.

“So you’re going to smash them?” – asks the nurse categorically.

Rosalyn replies, “Of course. Romeo and Juliet doesn’t even sound right.

The 25-year-old Emmy nominee executive produces and stars as the ex-love of 16-year-old Romeo (Kyle Allen), who is horrified when he falls for her 13-year-old cousin Juliet (Isabella Merced).

The 25-year-old Emmy nominee executive produces and stars as the ex-love of 16-year-old Romeo (Kyle Allen), who is horrified when he falls for her 13-year-old cousin Juliet (Isabella Merced).

Rosaline moans to the nurse (Minnie Driver): “Everyone was behaving disgustingly”

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“And he was saying things to her which he had just said to me three days ago”: Although it never occurs in William Shakespeare’s 1597 tragedy, Romeo’s rejection of Rosaline (because she has taken a vow of chastity ) is what causes his depression and brings him to Juliet

After Sister flatly asks, “So you're going to break them up?” Rosalyn replies, “Sure.  Romeo and Juliet doesn't even sound right.

After Sister flatly asks, “So you’re going to break them up?” Rosalyn replies, “Sure. Romeo and Juliet doesn’t even sound right.

Rosaline then enlists her friend Dario (Sean Thiel), who does not appear in the Italian play, to help “stop a wedding.”

“Juliet, why settle down with just one man when you can sample the buffet of life?” she asks modestly.

Rosaline is then seen taking Juliet to a pub and the men of the village go berserk after she asks, “Who wants to buy us drinks?”

But Juliet picks up on her scheme, exclaiming, “All this time you just wanted to steal my boyfriend!”

'My boyfriend is about to make the biggest mistake of his life': Rosaline enlists her friend Dario (Sean Thiel), who doesn't appear in the Italian-set play, to help 'stop a wedding'

‘My boyfriend is about to make the biggest mistake of his life’: Rosaline enlists her friend Dario (Sean Thiel), who doesn’t appear in the Italian-set play, to help ‘stop a wedding’

“Juliet, why settle down with just one man when you can sample life's buffet?” she asks modestly.

“Juliet, why settle down with just one man when you can sample life’s buffet?” she asks modestly.

Rosaline is then seen taking Juliet to a pub and the men of the village go berserk after she asks, “Who wants to buy us drinks?”

But Juliet picks up on her scheme, exclaiming, “All this time you just wanted to steal my boyfriend!”

Rosaline wises up, “I was trying to steal it back! There is a difference.

She is then seen talking to Paris (Spencer Stevenson), who wants to marry Juliet, asking if “all this drama adds to the attraction.”

The preview also shows Juliet admitting her plan to fake her death by taking her cousin’s magic potion.

“That’s probably the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard in my life,” Rosalyn scoffs.

Rosaline wises up, “I was trying to steal it back!  there is a difference'

Rosaline wises up, “I was trying to steal it back! there is a difference’

She is then seen talking to Paris (Spencer Stevenson), who wants to marry Juliet, asking if “all this drama adds to the attraction.”

The preview also shows Juliet admitting her plan to fake her death by taking her cousin's magic potion

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‘That’s probably the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard’: The preview also shows Juliet admitting her plan to fake her death by taking her cousin’s magic potion

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“Get up, Juliet!” It’s too late though, as Juliet has already taken the potion and passes out, likely leading to some Weekend at Bernie’s style shenanigans

It’s too late though, as Juliet has already taken the potion and passes out, likely leading to some “Weekend at Bernie’s” style shenanigans.

Caitlin won the title role after previous actresses Keira Knightley, Deborah Ann Wall, Alison Williams and Felicity Jones dropped out of the long-running project.

Karen Mayne’s PG-13 film — based on Rebecca Searle’s 2010 novel When You Were Mine — also stars Bradley Whitford as Friar Lawrence and Christopher MacDonald as Lord Capulet.

Working since 2010!  Caitlin won the title role after previous actresses Keira Knightley, Deborah Ann Wall, Alison Williams and Felicity Jones dropped out

Working since 2010! Caitlin won the title role after previous actresses Keira Knightley, Deborah Ann Wall, Alison Williams and Felicity Jones dropped out

Based on Rebecca Searle's 2010 novel When You're Mine: Karen Mayne's PG-13 film also stars Bradley Whitford (pictured) as Friar Lawrence and Christopher Macdonald as Lord Capulet

Based on Rebecca Searle’s 2010 novel When You’re Mine: Karen Mayne’s PG-13 film also stars Bradley Whitford (pictured) as Friar Lawrence and Christopher Macdonald as Lord Capulet



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