Project Spotlight

Dawn (2013, short, drama)
Directed by Rose McGowan
Starring Tara Barr, Reiley McClendon and Hannah Marks

"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."



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Article written on December 25, 2011 by Mycah & Riikkae-mail

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and a fabulous New Year 2012 to all of our visitors and, of course, the lovely Rose McGowan herself! We really love working on the site and appreciate your continued support. We can’t wait to see what 2012 will bring to Rose – and you can be sure that we’ll be here to cover it every step of the way!

Check back soon for a special contest and our end of the year highlights!


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' Conan the Barbarian' Gallery
Article written on December 19, 2011 by Riikkae-mail

Gorgeous Blu-ray quality screencaptures have been uploaded of Rose McGowan’s turn as Marique in Conan the Barbarian, including from the film itself as well as a featurette titled “Battle Royal – Engineering the Action.” Please be note that the film screencaps contain spoilers so do not click on the album if you haven’t seen Conan the Barbarian yet. Huge thanks to Abby from Rachel Nichols Fan for the screencaptures! Enjoy!


GALLERY LINKS:
- Conan the Barbarian: Blu-ray Screencaptures
- Conan the Barbarian: Blu-ray Screencaptures – “Battle Royal – Engineering the Action” Featurette



News & Rumors
Article written on December 19, 2011 by Riikkae-mail

Be sure to read Rose McGowan’s incredibly touching message at the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis website regarding her personal struggle with to Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF).

Dear Friends of the CPF:

Like many of you, my life was unalterably changed the day my father was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF). He was my touchstone in life and once I realized that he was suffering from a disease that was 100% fatal, I found myself feeling utterly helpless and broken-hearted. It has taken me a great deal of time to begin to heal and I still shed tears at the most unexpected moments. He was taken at what seems to me a fairly young age of 61 – my heart was not ready to let him go.

I am now in the fight to stop this horrible disease because you can’t change anything by bemoaning your fate or sitting on the sidelines. After dealing with this tough loss, I have determined that my course needs to be one of helping to stop the disease – my loss can be turned into a win for all those diagnosed with PF in the future.

None of us can effect change on our own, but as a united group we can use our numbers to build national awareness of this terrible disease, demand attention to it and help fund the day-to-day work needed to help all those affected. We need a very large team of people coming together to generate a more active national campaign against PF.

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News & Rumors
Article written on December 19, 2011 by Riikkae-mail

Motion Picture and television actress Rose McGowan, perhaps best known for her roles on TV’s long-running, Charmed, and the 2011 motion picture, Conan the Barbarian, among others, is taking a lead role in a profound real life drama. In 2009, she lost her father, artist Daniel McGowan, to Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF), an incurable lung disease that has no cure and no FDA-approved treatments, and which kills more than 40,000 Americans each year…as many as breast cancer. She’s now taking a lead role to build awareness to fight the disease and working with the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis (CPF).

On Friday, December 16th, McGowan posted a message about her work with the CPF and the need for increased awareness for PF on her Facebook page. The post will be live at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time at http://www.facebook.com/RoseMcGowan.

As CPF’s Ambassador and Chair of The Daughters of PF campaign, a new program of the CPF, a 501C3 non-profit foundation, McGowan plans to help generate wide public awareness about PF, which has thus far been little known to the broad U.S. public. In so doing, she intends to use her celebrity to shine a spotlight on PF, much as other prominent individuals have done for diseases such as AIDS, breast cancer, Parkinson’s, and others.

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Gallery
Article written on December 11, 2011 by Riikkae-mail

I have updated the gallery with photos from a handful of events that Rose McGowan attended this past November, which we did not have the chance of adding earlier. Apologies for the delay! Namely, photos have been uploaded from GQ‘s 2011 “Men of the Year” Party, the Time Warner Cable Signature Home Celebrity Event, the 2011 Hollywood Style Awards and the 2011 MOCA Gala.

My favorite look was the vibrant turquoise Hervé L. Leroux gown that Rose rocked at the 2011 Museum of Contemporary Art Gala. She accessorized with emerald-green Vhernier earrings, a matching ring and an onyx gold bracelet also by Vhernier. Black Gucci Leight python and suede T-strap platform sandals, bouncing curls, smoky eyes and a shimmering nude lip colour completed Rose’s gorgeous look. One of my favorites of the year, without a doubt!

GALLERY LINKS:
- Public Events: GQ’s 2011 “Men of the Year” Party
- Public Events: Time Warner Cable Signature Home Celebrity Event
- Public Events: 2011 Hollywood Style Awards
- Public Events: 2011 MOCA Gala


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