The very first production stills from The Tell-Tale Heart, the Edgar Allan Poe’s short story film adaptation that Rose McGowan is currently working on in New Orleans, have been released today and are now available in the gallery. The atmospheric stills feature a radiant looking Rose with the film’s leading man Patrick John Flueger. Credit for the stills goes out to the Hollywood Reporter.
– The Tell-Tale Heart: Production Stills
Napa is about to get a good-looking female sheriff.
Rose McGowan, a prominent Hollywood actress, will play a veteran of the Afghanistan war turned Napa County sheriff in a new movie, Napa, that is scheduled to begin shooting here at the end of the month.
According to director and screenwriter Michael Kerr, film crews are scheduled to begin two weeks of filming at various Napa County locations starting Oct. 31. Producers plan to use several local wineries and the Napa County Courthouse as backdrops.
Shooting is planned to continue in Los Angeles in the second half of November. Producers plan to release Napa in mid-2012, though no distribution deal has been announced.
Though set in wine country, the plot of Napa heavily overhauls Hans Ostrom’s 1991 novel Three to Get Ready, a tale of a new sheriff (a male lawman in the book) in a Sierra Nevada village trying to solve a series of killings while battling small-town politics and the summer wildfire season.
The gallery has been updated with the first production stills from Rose McGowan’s upcoming movie The Pastor’s Wife, which sees the actress in the role of Mary Winkler. The film will premiere on Lifetime on Saturday, November 5, at 8 pm ET/PT. It 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.
– The Pastor’s Wife: Production Stills
Rose was in New York this past weekend for New York Comic-Con. She was promoting Conan with her co-stars Jason Momoa and Stephen Lang. Only a couple of medium quality photos have surfaced thus far, but take a looksie at those in our gallery. Thanks to Laura for her finds!
As we have earlier reported, Lionsgate’s Conan the Barbarian will be released on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD in North America on November 22. Thanks to the The HD Room, we now have further details on the various releases and special features.
The Blu-ray 3D version of Conan the Barbarian is a combo pack including the Blu-ray 2D, DVD and digital copies. The Blu-ray 2D version, however, is a single disc and format set. Lionsgate has priced the 2D version at $37.99 and the 3D combo pack only $2 more.
Bonus features on both Blu-ray editions include two audio commentaries, a history of the Conan franchise featurette, “The Man Who Would Be Conan: Robert E. Howard” featurette, and two additional featurettes examining the action and fight scenes.