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Dawn (2013, short, drama)
Directed by Rose McGowan
Starring Tara Barr, Reiley McClendon and Hannah Marks

"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."



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Articles
Article written on November 18, 2012 by Riikkae-mail

No need to find a secret spell on how to kiss Rose McGowan: The former Charmed star will tell you what she likes – and what she doesn’t.

“Don’t be sloppy!” McGowan, 39, tells PEOPLE. “That’s the worst. You could find the hottest guy on the planet and if he’s a bad kisser, it just doesn’t work.”

The actress hosted Cosmopolitan and Maybeline’s Kisses for the Troops event on Monday in New York City and spilled the beans on what she considers to be a sexy smooch.

“I like the man to be medium aggressive, not somebody who’s going to shove his tongue down your throat,” she says. “That’s not sexy.”

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Article written on November 4, 2012 by Riikkae-mail

Rose McGowan, best known for her wicked roles in Jawbreaker, Scream, Charmed, Grindhouse, and, most recently, Conan the Barbarian, has a lot of gay pride. The actress claims that she makes even her gay friends seem not as gay when she’s around and campaigned against Proposition 8, which sought to ban same sex marriage in the state of California.

Up next, the 39 year old actress will star in the spooky The Tell Tale Heart, based on Edgar Allan Poe’s story. McGowan was tight-lipped about details of her return to television this fall for a new series on ABC.

Fresh off a plane, McGowan granted Watermark an exclusive interview before her appearance at Spooky Empire – The Ultimate Horror Weekend in Orlando.

Tell me about what you’ll be doing at Spooky Empire in Orlando this weekend.
I’ll be there promoting Scream, Charmed, and Grindhouse.

Is this your first time doing one of these?
Yes. It’s fun to be able to meet people one on one. Generally, you’re kept back from people, so this will be a completely different experience to see the people that are your fans. It’s special.

I have to warn you though; you’re going to encounter quite a few gay nerds.
That’s ok. They’re my favorite! If you have to be a nerd, you might as well be gay. It’ll just make me happier.

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'The Pastor's Wife' Articles News & Rumors
Article written on November 14, 2011 by Riikkae-mail

Actress and gay rights activist Rose McGowan is still glowing over the announcement that the U.S. military policy “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” – put into place by the Clinton administration in 1993 – was repealed in July, allowing openly homosexual men and women to serve in the armed forces.

“It’s amazing, and I think primarily how it’s been reacted [to] within the troops has been more inspirational than anything,” she told FOX411’s Pop Tarts column at amfAR’s Inspiration Gala Los Angeles to benefit the Foundation’s AIDS research programs. “My brother flies F16’s in the Air Force, and for him, it’s been a non-issue this entire time, and for most military people I know it’s the same. It’s us out here in the public that has a problem with it, which I think is a pity. Just like anything, it’s new and uncomfortable for them at first, and then it’s normal.”

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'The Tell-Tale Heart' Articles
Article written on November 4, 2011 by Riikkae-mail

Read an interview with Rose from the set of The Tell-Tale Heart, courtesy of Nola.com, at our very own library.

I’m kind of at this strange crossroads in my life. I’m trying to figure out where I want to be. And I love Los Angeles in the sense that I love my friends there and I love my life there, but the business 24-7 just grinds on you. There’s no escape for you. I notice that my self-esteem and my general sense of well-being is much higher when I’m not there, and it’s sort of sad to live your life somewhere that makes you sad.


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'The Tell-Tale Heart' Articles
Article written on November 3, 2011 by Riikkae-mail

With its rich stock of midnight drearies — to say nothing of its black cats and purloined miscellany — New Orleans at any time of year feels like a custom-made setting for an Edgar Allan Poe story.

At Halloween time, however, it feels like a match made in — well, made somewhere. Which explains just about everything you need to know about the tone of the indie production of Poe’s Tell-Tale Heart that crept quietly into town almost two weeks ago and which will continue shooting through Nov. 10.

For star Rose McGowan (Charmed, Grindhouse) that kind of instant atmosphere is an actor’s dream. “Basically, if I could liken this movie to anything,” McGowan said, “it would be a dark moonlit night, (seen) through the Spanish moss.”

In other words, although Poe’s original Gothic tale doesn’t specify a location, the specter of New Orleans can’t help but float in and out of writer-director John La Tier’s feature-length adaptation. In fact, La Tier, who moved to an apartment near the Algiers ferry during the script’s early development, couldn’t resist but to incorporate the city’s textures into his film.

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Articles
Article written on September 15, 2011 by Riikkae-mail

Rose McGowan has clearly been raising her profile this fashion week. In addition to the Tommy Hilfiger after-party and the Preen show, she made it to Donna Karan Monday afternoon. McGowan, who just starred in Conan the Barbarian in a role that had her look “completely insane with prosthetics,” her next role is in a television film called The Pastor’s Wife. “I am playing an invisible woman,” she said. “It’s the hardest part I have ever done.” She was far from invisible at the Donna Karan show, though, wearing a striking red Donna Karan dress replete with matching lipstick. She clearly loves the fashion spectacle. “It’s like running on fumes, but goddamit we all look pretty,” she said.

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' Conan the Barbarian' Articles Project News
Article written on August 18, 2011 by Mycahe-mail

Leaderpost published this article about Rose today. Read the full thing our press library. In mainly chronicles Rose’s career but check out this funny quote!

“It’s the ultimate mullet. That could be the most punk-rock haircut a girl could have.” – on her Conan hairstyle


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Articles Gallery Media Alerts
Article written on August 13, 2011 by Mycahe-mail

The article and photoshoot for Prestige is now available on the magazine’s official website, or alternatively can be read in our library.

In the interview Rose goes on to talk about her role in Conan, the TV movie she’s been filming (if you’ve been following her on twitter you are surely curious about it!), and her image in Hollywood.

Well, if you actually think about it, I’ve never been arrested, I’ve never been busted for drugs, never got arrested for drunk driving, never gotten out of the car without my underwear on. There’s actually nothing that I have done in my life that would actually fit the bad-girl image. That’s the funniest part of it all, and all of my friends know. That’s why they laugh.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Photoshoots: Prestige (2011)


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Articles Miscellaneous
Article written on August 13, 2011 by Mycahe-mail

Rose McGowan’s 2-year-old Pomeranian leads a charmed life.

Not only is Sasquatch one of the apples of her eyes (the Conan the Barbarian star also has a Boston terrier named Happy), but she manages to get away with everything, too.

“Sasquatch isn’t really great with toes. She likes to bite my toes and my hands and steal my underwear,” McGowan told People at Wednesday’s InStyle Summer Soiree in West Hollywood. “Happy is [better behaved].”

Happy, 11, and McGowan found each other two years ago. McGowan’s Boston terrier Fester had recently died, and her beloved first Boston, Bug, was not doing well. So McGowan turned to the Boston Brigade rescue and adopted Happy.

“I got him because I knew Bug wanted to die, and it was like she didn’t want to leave me without knowing I would be taken care of,” McGowan tells Modern Dog in its summer issue. “It gave her peace, or something.”

When Bug died last June, McGowan decided to rescue Sasquatch, a mini-Pomeranian who once belonged to a hoarder. Sasquatch, Happy and McGowan are all better off together.

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Articles Gallery Media Alerts
Article written on August 13, 2011 by Mycahe-mail

Rose McGowan is featured in The New York Times discussing her love of the Hollywood golden age in the 1930s and ’40s. She was photographed with her beloved RKO letters (that we’ve often heard about!) and discussed the film studio a bit. Its a swell little article! Read it in the library and view the image in the gallery.

Ms. McGowan is the rare actress who manages to land somewhere between femme fatale and madcap heiress. (She’s quick to quote Jessica Rabbit: “I’m not bad. I’m just drawn that way.”) If there is any actress she identifies with, it’s Barbara Stanwyck. “I love how she could play sexy and funny, and how she never stopped working,” she said. She also noted that she recently suffered an injury trying to pick grapefruit in her backyard in high heels.

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– Photoshoots: NY Times (2011)


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