Rose McGowan writes and sings an alternative national anthem

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Rose McGowan Planet 9 Music

Musicians were asked to create alternative national anthems for Dazed & Confused. She sent Dazed “Planet 9’’, a passionate monologue backlit by a droning cacophony. Listen to the musical piece on their website or below.

“I feel like women have not been able to properly mourn what it means to lose to this man and all men, continually. This one feels particularly vicious, but what he’s about is what we’ve been saying all along. The system is rigged against women. I wanted to give voice to our emotions and thoughts. I’ve spoken to so many women about how we are not represented in the media in the aftermath of the election. Trans bathrooms, while important, get more coverage than the systematic dismantling of Roe v. Wade which will directly affect women by literally killing us. So, here it is, my national anthem. Planet 9 for a new place where we are all safe and loved, but we must fight for this place. Our lives depend on it. I ask that when people listen, they do so with their eyes shut. Listening twice is also recommended.” – Rose McGowan

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Woman’s best friend: A history of Rose McGowan’s dogs

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Rose McGowan's Dogs

While Rose McGowan grew up not really owning animals, some adorable pups have captured her heart through the years.

“It all started with Bug.” – Rose McGowan

Bug, her first Boston Terrier was adopted during the time Rose was making her second movie. She said she became obsessed with her and the breed.

Bug McGowan

“I didn’t even know I wanted a Boston. But Bug’s little feet had fallen through the metal cage floor, she was standing in her pee, and she’d been marked down twice.” She knew that in “pet store world” that was a very bad sign. “There was no way I could look at her sad eyes and leave her there.”

Six months later she went back and bought Fester (named after The Addams Family’s Uncle Fester). Fester also was found in miserable conditions and she decided she couldn’t leave him there either.

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Rose McGowan and her late dog Bug in Dogs 101 Video

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A few years back, Rose appeared on the Animal Planet show Dogs 101 to talk about the history of Boston Terriers. In the video you can see Rose with her sweet little Boston. Bug unfortunately passed away in the summer of 2010. Rose is a huge lover Boston Terriers and frequently supports animal rescues and charities.

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21 Rose McGowan Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

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Rose McGowan Facts

Full Name: Rose Arianna McGowan

Date of birth: September 5, 1973

Place of birth: Florence, Italy

Family: Daniel (father), Terri (mother), Nathaniel, Daisy, Eva, Viola, Rebecca, James, Bobbie and Lloyd (brothers and sisters)

Marrial status: Dating musician and producer Jordy Asher aka Boots

Pets: Sasquatch & Mrs. Noodle (dogs)

Height: 5′ 4″ (163 cm)

Hair color: Brunette

Eye color: Brown

Occupation: Director, musician

Former jobs: Rose noteably quit acting to go behind the camera, has been a part-time model including the face of “Bebe” clothing and has done singing for Marilyn Manson, BT and various movie roles, most notably for the Planet Terror soundtrack. She’s also been a waitress, an usher and worked at her aunt’s beauty salon and has had a number of other temporary jobs

Body modifications: Used to have a tattoo of a pin-up girl on her shoulder and a navel ring

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The Relaunch of!

No Comments / leave one is a community of film lovers, web geeks and feminists supporting Rose McGowan.

Welcome to version 9 of! We have launched a brand new version to celebrate our site’s anniversary. We first launched in February 2007, which means that has been online for a whole decade! Where has all the time gone?

With a new, responsive design we are also celebrating a new direction of the site. In the last couple of years Rose McGowan has taken her talents behind and beyond the camera – and we want the website to celebrate and reflect that. We will still provide photos and content on Rose’s acting career but our main focus will be on her career as a filmmaker, as an artist, and as an activist.

We ask for your patience as we’re still working on converting and refreshing a lot of our old content, which will be available soon. We’ve also decided to part with our old forum. As much as we loved it, the internet has changed a lot since we first opened and the conversations have now moved on to social media. So instead of the forum, we hope to interact with all of you on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Without further ados, thank you for all of your support throughout the years and we hope you enjoy the new direction of the site!

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Rose McGowan the Singer

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Many heard Rose McGowan’s stunning vocals for the very first time in 2015 with the release of her debut single “RM486”. Rose has actually been involved in several music projects for many years, contributing both vocals and songwriting. For example, her gorgeous voice was heard on the Planet Terror soundtrack. She also performed twice on the television series Charmed. Namely, Rose sang “Hush Little Baby” and a sultry version of “Fever” in the episode Sense and Sense Ability (5.20). She also has been known to sing during interviews, as on Jimmy Kimmel once.

Whilst we wait for the release of her debut album, read on for further details on Rose McGowan’s music.

Rose McGowan singing on Charmed

• Vocals on the song “Posthuman”, from the album Mechanical Animals by Marilyn Manson (1998, Interscope Records).

• Vocals on the song “Superfabulous”, from the album Emotional Technology by BT (2003, Nettwerk Records) Written by BT and Rose McGowan.

• Vocals on the song “Protection”, as heard in Strange Hearts (2001). Written by Rose McGowan and J.L.

• Vocals on the song “You Belong To Me”, from the soundtrack to Planet Terror (2007). Written by Pee Wee King, Chilton Price and Redd Stewart, Originally performed by Patsy Cline.

• Vocals on the song “Useless Talent #32”, from the soundtrack to Planet Terror (2007). Written by Rebecca Rodriguez and Robert Rodriguez.

• Vocals on the song “Two Against The World”, from the soundtrack to Planet Terror (2007). Written by Rebecca Rodriguez and Robert Rodriguez.

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Rose McGowan Calls For Hollywood to Do More for Victims of Sexual Assault

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“It is harrowing to have people know my deepest pain, but fear cannot stop this national convo that needs to be had.” – @rosemcgowan

Rose McGowan is continuing to push for tangible change in the industry after penning a short open letter about sexual assault and accountability on her Twitter Monday morning. In light of Rose’s extremely personal and brave recent revelations, can we please get this circulating. And let’s all leave a few kind words of support & solidarity for her, and the many survivors of rape and sexual assault.

Bustle has published an excellent article on the matter, please do check it out in addition to Rose’s open letter right below.

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A Closer Look At Rose McGowan’s Dawn

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You may now check out Rose McGowan’s haunting short film, Dawn (2014), via Refinery29. They also did a very nice write-up on the film, calling Dawn a “masterfully subversive directorial début”.

If the character Dawn is marked by constraint and indecision, McGowan’s role in shaping her film was just the opposite. Taking the lead on the set design process, McGowan transformed her heroine’s world into a bubblegum-pink embodiment of the ’60s obsession with order. Moving through this bright landscape of neat ranch houses, pleated skirts, and sleek, new furniture, the film clearly reflects the post-war craving for a return to convention.

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Rose McGowan’s Featuring Women Initiative

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Rose McGowan is partnering with television festival SeriesFest on a scriptwriting competition called the Featuring Women Initiative. The aim of the competition is to search for new episodic content about, for and featuring women, offering artists the opportunity to share series that create unique and powerful roles for women.

Scriptwriters can submit concepts for 30-minute or 60-minute dark comedy or dramatic series with each pilot script focusing on a female-centric episodic story. Submissions will be judged from a three- to 15-page “Series Bible”, including log line, pilot summary, character breakdown, at least six future episode synopses and a five- to 10-page writing sample. The winner(s) will receive a writing deal with Rose’s production banner Damage Inc. Productions and the opportunity to work alongside McGowan to bring her show to life.

“Damage Inc. is looking for screenwriters. Writers who are interested in bringing substantial women to life via episodic storytelling”, says Rose McGowan. “Any genre except slasher films or superhero series. Can be psychedelic, can be true to life, can be comedy, can be tragedy. Must be intelligent, smart, fierce and moving. Society is in dire need of voices that are not from within the Hollywood ecosystem. I know what’s available there, which is why I am looking for you and your writing talents.”

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Additional Photos from Nylon & Prestige

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New images from Rose’s two latest photoshoots with Prestige and Nylon have been added to the gallery.

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