As the Disney+ release date has been confirmed, the first look at the Dopesick star in a fresh interpretation of Romeo & Juliet has been provided

As the Disney+ release date has been confirmed, the first look at the Dopesick star in a fresh inter ...

Disney+ has released first look photos of Dopesick star Kaitlyn Dever in Rosaline, a new interpretation of Shakespeare's classic love story Romeo & Juliet, and announced the release date.

When You Were Mine, a romantic comedy retells the tragic tale of star-crossed lovers from the viewpoint of Romeo's first lover, Rosaline (Dever), who happens to be Juliet's cousin.

However, when Romeo (Kyle Allen) has a rare encounter with Juliet (Isabela Merced) at a party, a devastated Rosaline does everything she can to stop the blossoming romance of one of history's most famous couples and restore her man.

Sean Teale (Skins), Minnie Driver (Modern Love) and Bradley Whitford (The Handmaid's Tale) star alongside the central trio.

Karen Maine, who directed Yes, God, and Yes, has been named executive producers. Shawn Levy, Dan Cohen, and Dan Levine produce, while Dever, Neustadter, Weber, and Emily Morris serve as executive producers.

What happened to that all-important release date? It's probable that it'll be available on the streaming service under the Star banner in the United Kingdom starting October 14.

Dever will play none other than Julia Roberts and George Clooney's daughter in the blockbuster Ticket to Paradise this October.

Roberts and Clooney play divorcees who bump into one another on the plane to Bali, where they both intend to prevent their daughter (Dever) from marrying someone (Billie Lourd), whom she just met on the paradisiacal Indonesian island.

The two divorcing spouses have agreed to put aside their differences and team up in order to ensure that their daughter does not make the same mistake as she did 25 years ago.

On October 14, Rosaline will be launched on Disney+ under the Star label in the United Kingdom.

On October 21, Ticket to Paradise will be released in cinemas.

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