Dawn (2014, short drama)
Directed by Rose McGowan Starring Tara Barr, Reiley McClendon and Hannah Marks
"Dawn is really about what we do to young girls unwittingly, and how we send them out into the world completely unprotected, in a way that has, at times, really tragic consequences. Being polite at the risk of your own internal voice of danger being silenced is a pretty dangerous thing."
I finally got ahold of the Machete DVD, which comes with three deleted scenes that feature Rose McGowan as the insanely cool and equally deadly assassin, Boots McCoy. I’ve added the screencaptures of Rose’s scenes in the gallery plus made video clips for your viewing pleasure. You can check out all of the clips right over here at McGowan Media.
A word of warning, though. Hardcore cat lovers might find the scene titled “Boots McCoy shoots Luz” offensive. Consider yourselves warned! 😉
It appears that the DVD release of Dead Awake has been post-poned, most likely because the film will be in limited theatrical release from December 3 onwards. According to Amazon, the DVD and Blu-ray will be available on March 29, 2011. Both are available for pre-order.
Also, don’t forget that Machete will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on January 4, 2011, which means we’ll be able to kick off the New Year by seeing Rose’s cameo in the movie!
Check out this interview with Rose McGowan, regarding her role in Machete. It comes from the Polish site Stopklatka.pl. It sounds like the interview took place during the filming of the movie so the info is a little bit dated – as we know, Rose’s scene didn’t end up being in the movie. Aww, it sounds like Bug has a little cameo in the scene too. Also, this is a very loose translation via an online translator and doesn’t really make sense at times… So if there’s any Polish speakers out there who would be able to help out and provide a better translation for us to archive, please do not hesitate to get in touch!
Machete comes to theaters early as this Friday. But before you choose to film in Robert Rodriguez’s latest production, we invite you to read the interview with Rose McGowan, whose history is accompanied by Bug – the heroine of Machete.
How many have been waiting for the Bug for this role?
Bug waiting for this moment 13 years and 8 months. Finally, the game of “dipped”!
How was it working with your own dog?
It’s a dream come true. I’ve been waiting for this year and I am glad that Robert Rodriguez finally wrote to her role.
How to cope on the set?
Excellent, much better than the cat, who also appears in the movie. Bug knows where to stand, it comes on time, knows all her lines and is always prepared.
What role do you play in a “dip”?
Boots McCoy – a noiseless, fiendishly clever assassin.
Rose McGowan’s scene did, in fact, not make it in the theatrical version of Machete, as many of our North American fans have reported to us. Her cameo will, however, be on the DVD release so we’ll just have to wait a little longer to see Rose. To make the wait hopefully seem a bit shorter, I’ve uploaded some promotional images of Rose as her character. She seems like Amy Blue’s big sister, doesn’t she? And I LOVE that shot of Rose holding Bug… So precious!
If you still have interest in seeing (a Rose-less) Machete, the film is now playing in North American cinemas.
Machete, Robert Rodriguez’s highly anticipated new action film, conceived as an expansion of the faux Grindhouse trailer, directed by Rodriguez with Ethan Maniquis, will have its world premiere at the Lido as the Midnight film, on Opening Night of the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
The 67th Venice International Film Festival will take place September 1 through 11, 2010, directed by Marco Mueller and organized by la Biennale di Venezia, chaired by Paolo Baratta.
To be released on September 3, 2010 in the United States, Machete will have its world premiere public screening (all festival badges admitted as well) at the 67th Mostra del cinema, on Wednesday September 1 2010, in the Sala Grande (Palazzo del Cinema).
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