Did you know that all the way back in 1989 Rose McGowan made her first silver screen appearance? That’s right! In Seattle, a 16-year old Rose was an extra in a horror film called Class of 1999, which was consequently released in 1990. She has no actual lines but does appear in the background of a handful of scenes. Regardless, this has been an exciting find for us McGowaniacs and we are now able to bring you screencaptures of Rose’s cameo appearance. You may have to look hard to spot her in some of those scenes – but it’s worth it!
The film is available on DVD on Amazon if you’re interested in purchasing a copy.
– Class of 1999: Screencaptures
They think I’m crazy. I would rather die than to be like them.
Miss McGowan looks super glamorous on the front cover of the Summer 2012 issue of French magazine Citizen K – this marks Rose’s major magazine appearance of the year! We’ve added some preview scans in the gallery, courtesy of Claire. Stay tuned for high quality versions once we get our hands on the magazine.
According to PR Newswire, Rosewood Lane will be released on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Download and On Demand on September 11, 2012 in North America by Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
Directed by Victor Salva, and starring Rose McGowan and Daniel Ross Owens, the film follows Doctor Sonny Blake (McGowan), a radio talk show psychiatrist, who moves back to her childhood home on seemingly idyllic Rosewood Lane after the death of her father. But upon arrival, she discovers her neighbors are inexplicably terrified of the local paperboy (Owens). When their paths collide, she suddenly finds herself in a terrifying fight to stay alive while at odds with this dangerous and calculating sociopath, who may have gruesomely killed her father… and others.
The gallery has been updated with some truly gorgeous photoshoots featuring Rose McGowan; two sets from 2012 and one from the late 90s. Many thanks to our lovely forum members Laura and Blake for sharing these goodies with us, as always!
The music video for RAC’s Hollywood, featuring an awesome cameo by Rose McGowan, has been released. Directed by Ryan Reichenfeld and shot in Los Angeles, the video tells the story of an 1850s cowboy and his horse as they experience and explore modern day LA. The cowboy, completely out of his element, longs for something familiar – and he might just find it in the end.
Be sure to check out the Hollywood music video over at McGowan Media. Hint: Rose appears towards the end of the video.
– Music Videos: “Hollywood” by RAC