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."
Three-time Oscar nominee and 18-time Emmy nominee Angela Lansbury will join actress-writer-producer Illeana Douglas, director Guy Hamilton, actor Jerry Mathers, actress Rose McGowan, actor Ron Perlman, actress Barbara Rush, director Allison Anders, singer Nancy and producer Tina Sinatra at the 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival. They are the latest additions to the star-studded roster for this year’s festival, which takes place April 28 – May 1 in Hollywood.
In other news, a special poolside screening of the Elvis Presley musical Girl Happy (1965) will take place on the opening night of the TCM Classic Film Festival. TCM will also honor Elizabeth Taylor with a special 60th anniversary presentation of George Stevens’ romantic drama A Place in the Sun (1951), starring Taylor, Montgomery Clift and Shelley Winters. The film will be introduced by actress Rose McGowan, who co-hosted The Essentials on TCM in 2008.
OnTheRedCarpet.com interviewed Rose regarding her role on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit last week. Check out the full article right here in our press library!
I would say there are actually no similarities in my personality or attitude, particularly with my character Cassandra, and that’s what’s delightful. I get to be me 24 hours a day, so I obviously jump at the chance to play something that is very, very different.
Hollywood has been rallying to help earthquake/tsunami victims in Japan any way they can but on Thursday actress Rose McGowan admitted to a feeling of helplessness concerning the matter.
“My stand-in on the movie I’m doing right now, she’s half Japanese, her whole family’s from Sendai and four of them are missing,” Rose said at a Millennium Network event in Los Angeles. “It’s brutal to watch her go through it.”
The Millennium Network helps connect people under the age of 45, getting them involved with the Clinton Foundation which has helped millions of HIV/AIDS victims by giving them the opportunity to obtain treatment.
Despite her donations to the Red Cross, Rose admitted to harboring a feeling of impotence, wishing she could do more.
“The seam of these pants just ripped a little but it’s not because I’m fat,” Rose McGowan told us about her Max Azria leather pants before his show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
McGowan insisted, “It’s because I was getting dressed in the back of the car on the way over here!”
The actress, who was wearing a Max Azria tunic is an ardent supporter of both the line and the man. She told StyleList: “He makes really elegant and wearable clothes and he’s such a fun and lovely personality, you want to support him.” McGowan, 37, detailed her accessories: “The bracelet is Celine and the shoes are Louboutin and they’re mine.”
Her favorite personal red carpet outfit, she said, was “probably a Dolce & Gabbana custom gown they made for me, it was probably about two years ago at amfAR [The American Foundation for AIDS Reasearch gala in Cannes]. It was a beautiful, hand painted, silk, giant ball gown.”
Rose McGowan has been making the Fashion Week rounds, cracking us up as she goes, and she also had us chortling with her honesty back in December, and so when we ran into her backstage at Max Azria on Sunday, we asked her why she’s been spending so much time in the Big Apple of late. “My boyfriend lives here,” McGowan admitted. Although she’s not quite living here yet, she does spend quite a bit of time going back and forth to L.A. She declined to name her new man, but says he’s not an actor, he’s a private person, and is “privately amazing.” The mystery man works in “finance something something,” is an “amazing art collector,” and is “starting an art fund for underprivileged artists.” “He’s six-foot-six, the tallest one yet,” McGowan said, adding that he was with her at the David Lynch Foundation gala at the Metropolitan Museum, where it seems photographers snapped the unnamed fellow’s photo. Anyone know this guy?
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