On October 29, Rose attended the Los Angeles Confidential Men’s Event With Cover Star Gerard Butler party in West Hollywood. Rose brought a feminine elegance to simple black pants, navy top and black crop jacket ensemble. Pictures are in our gallery.
- Public Events: Los Angeles Confidential Men’s Event With Cover Star Gerard Butler
Last Friday, October 28, Rose McGowan attended the LA Gay Lesbian Center’s Annual Halloweenie Party. Rose got in the Halloween spirit and looked adorable in her lady Musketeer costume! Photos are now available for your view pleasure at the gallery.
- Public Events: LA Gay & Lesbian Center’s Annual “Halloweenie” Party
More medium quality pictures from the 2011 amfAR Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles have been added to the gallery. Also below you will find a collection of gathered YouTube videos of Rose at the event.
Rose stopped by CBS’ The Talk last Friday, October 28, to discuss her upcoming Lifetime movie The Pastor’s Wife. Watch the interview right below! Rose looks gorgeous and says that the role was the hardest she’s ever played.
The Pastor’s Wife premieres this Saturday, November 5, at 8 pm ET/PT. Tune in!
We had the privilege of getting to review Rose McGowan’s next film, The Pastor’s Wife, ahead of it’s debut next Saturday, November 5, at 8 pm ET/PT on Lifetime. Read on for Riikka’s take on the film and Rose’s performance as Mary Winkler – and be sure to tune in next week to watch it yourself!
Based on a true story that made national headlines, The Pastor’s Wife centers on the 2006 death of Matthew Winkler, a beloved minister and community leader who was mysteriously shot and killed in his home. During their investigation, the authorities soon zero in on Matthew’s wife, Mary, as the crime’s prime suspect.
But why would Mary, a dutiful preacher’s wife and young mother of three girls, kill her husband? During her trial, shocking secrets about her relationship with Matthew are exposed, answering the disturbing questions many are asking about what really went on behind the closed doors of this “perfect family.”
Based on the non-fiction book by Dianne Fanning, The Pastor’s Wife is produced by Preacher Road Productions Ltd. and Front Street Pictures, with Gerald W. Abrams, Mike Moran, Juliet Smith and Harvey Kahn executive producing. Norma Bailey directs a screenplay written by Robert L. Freedman.
Ask Rose McGowan what she liked about any of her characters, and the word “strong” is bound to come up at least once. The Pastor’s Wife showcases a completely different side of the actress. Here she is Mary Winkler, the wife of Matthew Winkler, a beloved minister and community leader, and mother of three. Mary, unlike Amy Blue, Courtney Shayne, Cherry Darling and many of the characters McGowan is best known for, is soft-spoken, timid and even invisible to those around her. At first sight she appears as to be the antithesis of a quintessential McGowan character. However, as the title of the movie implies, The Pastor’s Wife puts the actress and her character front and center of the story, which allows Rose to act out a wide range of intense emotions.