- Dakota Johnson will serve as an executive producer and star in 'Rodeo Queens' by Amazon Studios.
Dakota Johnson has a new project on her hands. She is attached to star and executive produce Rodeo Queens, a mockumentary-style comedy series, acquired by Amazon Studios from Platform One Media (a Boat Rocker Company) in association with TeaTime Pictures.
Rodeo Queens was created by Netflix’s I Am Not Okay With This co-creator and executive producer Christy Hall, who will also serve as showrunner. Portlandia co-creator Carrie Brownstein will be directing. The writers room will open soon.
Rodeo Queens follows hopefuls as they compete for the coveted Rodeo Queen crown.
Johnson is producing under her production banner TeaTime Pictures, with producing partner and TeaTime co-founder Ro Donnelly as well as Elisa Ellis.
Johnson currently has a new movie out alongside Tracee Ellis Ross in The High Note which skipped theaters and premiere on-demand. She will also star in the upcoming The Friend, opposite Jason Segel and Casey Affleck. Johnson also signed on to join Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry, Darling with Florence Pugh, Shia LaBeouf, and Chris Pine.
Hall is writing the feature adaptation of Stephen King’s psychological horror novel, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon. Brownstein is slated to make her feature directorial debut with the upcoming Fairy Godmother for MGM and is recently seen in the Sundance film The Nowhere Inn.
Johnson is repped by Untitled Entertainment and WME. Hall is repped by LBI Entertainment and Morris Yorn. Brownstein is repped by UTA and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.