Hollywood actress Dakota Johnson is all geared up to play the lead role in the upcoming mocumentary-style series Rodeo Queens. The actress is also attached to the venture as an executive producer.
The show is based on an ensemble of Rodeo Queens, who aims to compete for the prestigious crown. The makers will soon begin work on it in the writers’ room. The series is created by Christy Hall and will serve as showrunner, with Carrie Brownstein on board as director.
Recently, Dakota had opened up about her struggle to stay positive amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She also confessed that she has been dealing with depression during the lockdown. Johnson asserted the fact that lockdown has made her feel lonely.
Dakota further said that it is very hard to stay positive as there’s immense pain and sadness ricocheting around the world constantly, it is difficult to be positive when the world is suffering.
Dakota is keeping herself busy throughout the day by reading a lot, watching a lot of movies, and trying to be productive and occupied. And now the Rodeo Queen venture will surely provide Johnson with the much-needed break and get in touch with her productive side.
During the lockdown, Dakota was keeping herself busy throughout the day by reading a lot, watching a lot of movies, and trying to be productive and occupied. She had also mentioned that she never lets her personal issues affect people around her.
On the work front, apart from Rodeo Queen, Dakota will be seen alongside Tracee Ellis Ross in the High Note and also in The Friends opposite Jason Segal and Casey Affleck. She has also joined hands with Florence Pugh, Shia LaBeouf, Chris Pine, and Olivia Wilde in Don’t Worry, Darling.