Everyone’s got a story; I’ve just got a lot of chapters. – Rose McGowan
I have scanned and uploaded our original scans from the Holiday 2011 issue of Genlux magazine, which features Miss McGowan on the front cover. The photos are stunning and the article is a lovely read indeed. Many thanks to my friend Katie for her help in obtaining the magazine for us!
As in most cases, these scans were made by Rose-McGowan.com exclusively for this site. Please do not reproduce the scans without our permission and proper credit. Many thanks in advance!
– Magazine Scans: Genlux (US) – Holiday 2011
Rose McGowan joined Billy Bush and Kit Hoover for Access Hollywood Live’s monthly pet adoption segment, in association with Best Friends Animal Society, to showcase two puppies urgently needing adoption. The level of cuteness cannot be contained in this interview! Be sure to check it out below.
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!
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!
– Conan the Barbarian: Blu-ray Screencaptures
– Conan the Barbarian: Blu-ray Screencaptures – “Battle Royal – Engineering the Action” Featurette
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.