Catch Rachel Sennott in Theaters This Week with Her New Film 'I Used to Be Funny'

June 7
Rachel Sennott attends The 2024 Met Gala Celebrating "Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion" at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 06, 2024 in New York City. Dia Dipasupil

Rachel Sennott teases the highly anticipated release of her new comedy-drama “I Used to Be Funny,” hitting New York theaters tomorrow and expanding nationwide next week.

Rachel Sennott, known for her roles in “Shiva Baby” and “Bodies Bodies Bodies,” took to Instagram to promote her latest film “I Used to Be Funny.” In her post, Sennott shared a photo from the film and captioned it, “I Used to Be Funny movie out in New York theaters tomorrow expanding to more cities next week. Go see this special movie!”

“I Used to Be Funny,” a Canadian comedy-drama directed by Ally Pankiw, stars Sennott as Sam, a stand-up comedian in Toronto battling depression after a young girl she used to nanny, Brooke (Olga Petsa), goes missing. The film features a talented cast, including Sabrina Jalees, Caleb Hearon, Jason Jones, and Dani Kind.

The film premiered at South by Southwest on March 13, 2023, and has since screened at various festivals. It is set for a U.S. and Canadian release on June 7, 2024.

Sennott is currently filming “SNL 1975,” a movie about the events leading to the premiere of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.”


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