Project Spotlight

Dawn (2013, short, drama)
Directed by Rose McGowan
Starring Piper Laurie

"I just finished my first piece for RSA Black Dog, which is Ridley Scott's commercial music video company. I directed a 20-minute short with amazing actors. It was a really amazing project to do, and I felt really comfortable doing it, more so than I ever have acting."



Archive for February, 2008

Video Vault
Article written on February 29, 2008 by Mycahe-mail

About 21 new videos of our Rose have been uploaded to the Video Vault, as promised! These vary from interviews – a newly added 2004 appearance on Good Day Live with the cast of Charmed, several online interviews, red carpet footage and clips from two of Rose’s films; Her very first role Encino Man and one of the more popular ones, 2000′s Ready to Rumble. We have also added the introduction clip of the Clara Bow documentary she narrated. Some of the interviews are not in the greatest of quality, but it’s better than nothing I think :smile: . Remember you need to log in/register (free) to see all the new files. Happy downloading!


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'Grindhouse'
Article written on February 27, 2008 by Mycahe-mail

This is semi off tangent, but hilarious.

Check out this very funny and cute video of a 60-ish seconds Grindhouse re-enactment… by animated bunnies. (Umm, spoilers I suppose :wink: )

Stay tuned, I will have some more clips to add to the Video Vault later this week.



'50 Dead Men Walking' Gallery Project News Sightings Video Vault
Article written on February 22, 2008 by Riikkae-mail

Here’s a quick update for tonight as I’m very busy with university at the moment.

First of all, Rose went to the Dior Beauty Dinner yesterday. As usual, she looked nothing short of stunning! Here’s a little article, courtesy of Style.com:

Monaghan and Angie Harmon did a quick change into Dior for dinner at the Chateau Marmont in honor of Dior Beauty. Harmon playfully re-enacted a scene from Pretty Woman with a jewelry box full of Dior makeup. Rose McGowan, meanwhile, was relieved to skip the Oscar weekend craziness with a trip to Austin the next day with fiancé Robert Rodriguez. “You know, sometimes I just tell people I’m a botanist,” the actress admitted.

How cute! :wink:

Mycah has added two sets adorable candids from earlier this month. Rose is pictured out and about in Beverly Hills and NYC.

I’ve added four clips of Rose’s role as Lisa in Phantoms. Here you can see Rose co-star opposite one of her favorite actors, Peter O’Toole. The movie is not amazing in itself but I think Rose does a decent job and looks very beautiful!

And last but certainly not least, some project news. Man on the Run has been renamed 50 Dead Men Walking. Its current rumored UK release date is October 2008 – no word on US release yet. The Essentials official website has been updated with new material, including a promo spot, which I’ve capped. The series kicks off March 8, 2008 on TCM. Look forward to a big Essentials related update soon here at Rose-McGowan.com!



'Grindhouse' Articles
Article written on February 21, 2008 by Riikkae-mail

Born in Florence, Italy, Rose McGowan moved to the United States as a teenager to pursue a career in acting. A role in Encino Man (1992) paved the way for McGowan’s first starring role in The Doom Generation, a nihilistic teen movie from New Queer Cinema director Greg Araki, for which she was nominated at the 1996 Independent Spirit Awards for a Best Debut Performance award. McGowan’s raven hair and striking, pale hued good looks have led to comparisons with European horror queen Barbara Steele, and her roles have taken a similarly dark turn. Appearing in Wes Craven’s Scream(1996) and nominated for a Best Villain award for her performance in 1999’s macabre teen comedy Jawbreaker, McGowan is perhaps best known for her five-year stint on supernatural sitcom Charmed, in which she played the long-lost Halliwell sister Paige. Along with Michael Parks, Josh Brolin, Marley Shelton and Quentin Tarantino, McGowan appears in Robert Rodriguez’s horror film Planet Terror, as a brunette go-go dancer named Cherry…

Q: Were you apprehensive about making a movie in the grindhouse tradition?

I’ve had people say, “Oh, are they intentionally going to make a bad film?” I know why they’d say that, because those films weren’t always the best. But I was like, “No, the homage is really to the directors, who were the mavericks working outside the studio system and breaking all the cardinal sins of movie-making, i.e. killing kids, killing dogs, doing all the things you’re not supposed to do in films. Robert is doing it within the system, and that’s pretty badass.” That’s my take, anyway, and I think he’s thrilled to be doing that.

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'Grindhouse' News & Rumors
Article written on February 20, 2008 by Mycahe-mail

The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films has announced the nominations for the 34th Annual Saturn Awards. Grindhouse has picked up a few nominations and one for Rose herself! She is nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category for Planet Terror. Way to go Rose! Her fellow nominees are Imelda Staunton, Lizzy Caplan, Marcia Gay Harden, Lena Headey and Michelle Pfeiffer. Click here to view the entire list of noms.



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