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."
Miss McGowan is currently out and about at the Milan Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2013. “I prefer the Milan Fashion Week to New York Fashion Week. There’s just more art to it, I think, and less commerce,” Rose told WWD.com. The gallery has been updated with photos of Rose at various shows and events these past couple of days. Do check out a lovely photo of the actress and her sister Eva at the Dolce & Gabbana Store Opening Party last night.
Furthermore, Rose revealed that she will soon star on a new TV show on ABC! “I can’t say what it is yet,” she teased. Can’t wait to hear more about this project!
She also spoke about shooting in New Orleans on The Tell-Tale Heart, in which she plays a ghostly apparition. “She turns out to be a figment of somebody else’s imagination, so the outfits and the costumes got to be really elaborate and totally nonreality based, which was great fun. And I had an amazing rental house in the French Quarter with all the ivy and the Spanish moss hanging all around, so that added to the atmosphere.”
According to Hollywood Reporter, Rose McGowan will star in a romantic thriller titled Napa. She will be playing a woman called Scarlett Harding, who after three tours of duty in Afghanistan returns to her hometown, where she is given the job of sheriff.
Writer-producer Michael Kerr is making his feature directorial debut with the project, which is filming in Napa Valley, California. Kerr wrote the script with Hans Ostrom, based on Ostrom’s novel Three to Get Ready, and he is producing with Nellie Nugiel through his Michael Kerr Company. Film Bridge International’s Ellen Wander is serving as executive producer, with Film Bridge handling worldwide sales.
This certainly sounds like an intriguing project and a role unlike any that Rose has played before. Very exciting news! We will certainly keep you posted on all things Napa so stay tuned.
Article written on August 12, 2011
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Next week, actress Rose McGowan will be appearing on the big screen as Marique, a beautiful and deadly witch in director Marcus Nispel’s Conan: The Barbarian. However, not too long ago, McGowan was set to headline her own swords-and-sandals epic spinning out of the world of Conan as the title character in Robert Rodriguez’s Red Sonja. Rodriguez has said in the past that the movie never happened because of rights and financing issues, but McGowan revealed in a recent interview in support of Conan: The Barbarian that “massive nerve damage” in her arm ultimately prevented her from playing the “She-Devil with a Sword.”
I had three surgeries on [my elbow] and they took part of my bone out. I was paralyzed, except for the ends of my fingers. And, over the course of a year, it got progressively worse. It was just massive nerve damage. So, if I hurt it again, there’s nothing more they can do. So, something’s that really sword-heavy, the odds of me getting hurt are pretty strong. I’ll still do battle stuff. I love doing stunts, it’s my favorite thing. I always get hurt, but I have a blast. But, I need to not tip the scales because paralysis isn’t really worth it. Not worth the movie… It would have been dope. Honestly, I would have killed it. It is a pity.
She may be almost entirely unrecognizable, but yes, that is Rose McGowan rocking the porcelain skin, minimal leather outfit and, well, receding hairline in the trailer for Conan the Barbarian. She stars as the evil Marique, a powerful sorceress and the daughter of the ruthless Khalar Zym (Stephen Lang), Conan’s (Jason Momoa) archenemy.
With the film’s August 19th release on the horizon, McGowan hit San Diego Comic-Con to help spread the word. She dishes on all of the details including what it took to turn her into the character we see on screen, Marique’s weapon of choice, her daddy issues, as well as a moment between her and Lang that had to be cut from the film, for the fear of pushing a testy issue too far.
Before wrapping up, we revisit the much-discussed possibility of her playing Red Sonja on the big screen. The outlook’s been grim for quite a while and now McGowan 100% confirms it: She will not play Red Sonja. Hear all about that and, of course, McGowan’s experience working on Conan the Barbarian in the video interview below.
Screen Daily is reporting that Victor Salva will direct Rose McGowan in Voltage horror Rosewood Lane. Rose will star in the Jeepers Creepers director’s new nightmare which Voltage is financing and introducing to EFM buyers this week. Here’s more details regarding the project, courtesy of Shock Till You Drop circa 2009:
You now have a new place to fear: Rosewood Lane.
Victor Salva with write and direct the horror-thriller beginning early next year. He’ll co-produce with Don E. FauntLeRoy.
Gina Phillips [perhaps now Rose's role?] leads the cast as a radio talk show therapist who moves back to her childhood home when her alcoholic father dies. But upon arrival, she discovers the neighborhood is terrified of the local paperboy.
She thinks this is ridiculous, until she encounters the boy himself, and learns the hard way, that he is a cunning and dangerous sociopath, who may have killed her father and even others. When he starts to exhibit abnormal abilities, she starts to doubt her own sanity and the boy begins waging a war of terror on her.
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