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Roth Cornet.

Roth Cornet is a film critic, presenter and the Editor-in-Chief at Fandom Entertainment. Starting 2019, she is Head of Creative Development at FANDOM. She appears weekly as host of the daily talk show Screen Junkies Universe (SJU). She also presents and executive produces the documentary web series Fandom Uncovered.

Screen Junkies Edit

A Star is Born - Review!

A Star is Born - Review!

Roth Cornet's video review of A Star Is Born (2018)

Roth joined Screen Junkies in 2016 as Editor-In-Chief of the newly rebranded Screen Junkies News channel (formerly Clevver Movies). Roth appears frequently on Fandom Entertainment (formerly Screen Junkies News) programming, including the daily news program Screen Junkies Universe (SJU). On SJU, Roth is known for her prodigious skills as double entendre extraordinaire, her unrivaled mastery of the art of the segue, and her love of the term "unpack."

Also on Fandom Entertainment, Roth regularly does movie reviews and presents/executive produces the documentary series Fandom Uncovered. From 2017 - 2018, she so-hosted the box office show Charting with Dan with Dan Murrell. In 2019, Roth became Head of Creative Development at FANDOM. Due to the additional behind-the-scenes responsibilities that this role entails, Roth began appearing less frequently on screen.

Roth has also appeared occasionally the Screen Junkies show Movie Fights, and on The Screen Junkies Show, for example, in the 2018 video where the cast of Pacific Rim: Uprising played with puppies. In addition, Roth both competed in, and hosted the 2018 Movie Fights Live Extravaganza benefiting Women in Film.

Roth isn't involved in the production of Honest Trailers, but was roped into appearing in the "choir" for The Greatest Showman.

#SharkEatsRoth Edit

In January 2019, Roth said her goal was to appear in a film as an extra who gets eaten by a shark in a movie. Screen Junkies encouraged fans to tweet the hashtag #SharkEatsRoth to encourage a film production company like The Asylum (which specializes in low-budget, direct-to-DVD movies), to feature Roth.

Other work Edit

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Roth Cornet (right) in the 1997 Mint Theater Company production of Uncle Tom's Cabin by George Aiken

Roth acted a little when she was younger. For example, in 1997, she was in a production of Uncle Tom's Cabin. In 2010, Roth acted in the web series Fanboy Funhouse, as the voice and puppeteer of the character Lobie, a brain in a jar. Roth also co-wrote the web series.

Roth has experience in a variety of roles the film industry. One of her first jobs was working on documentary acquisitions, in which she was required to attended festivals and watch the first 15 minutes of hundreds of documentaries to choose which ones to distribute.

Roth is experienced in print and video film journalism and has worked for several companies. She worked for ScreenCrush, where she wrote film reviews and did celebrity interviews. Roth also worked for Hitflix and was an editor at IGN. In addition, Roth co-hosted Collider's series Film HQ. She also hosted the "Girls on Film" podcast published on Uproxx. Roth also was a co-founder of the group "We Rally" which supports women in the Digital Media industry.

Personal life Edit

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Roth Cornet appeared as the puppet character 'Lobie', a brain in a jar, in the web series Fanboy Funhouse.

Born on December 2 (Year unknown. Probably 1978/1979.) as Jennings Roth Cornet, Roth is from Brooklyn, New York. Roth is in a long-term relationship with Caleb, a movie make-up artist. She has an older brother. At 5'2" in height, Roth is a verifiable tiny person, but appears even tinier in comparison to her 6'1" co-hosts, Dan Murrell and Joe Starr. Roth was exposed to a wide range of films as a child, some of them ostensibly intended for older audiences.... but she turned out just fine! Roth has dyslexia and was inspired by the film Finding Dory to discuss the impact of dyslexia on her as both a child and adult. Roth attended film school. You can watch one of the short films she made in film school here.

Roth is a devoted fan of Doctor Who can be easily enraged by inaccurate references to the show, regardless of whether they are accidental or shamelessly designed to provoke her. Roth likes wide variety of films and TV shows, but is noted for her deep love of the Paddington, films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Wong Kar-Wai, and the most "perfect" film ever: Robocop. In 2018, Roth hotly anticipated the release of the film, The Meg, but was somewhat disappointed that the film wasn't the ridiculous, cheeseball extravaganza promised by the excellent marketing campaign.

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