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I have scanned Rose McGowan’s stunning cover story from the March 1999 issue of Maxim magazine. This is definitely one of Rose’s most striking photoshoots and iconic interviews, which features many gems like the following quotes:
“I think if I had lived back in Salem, I would have been burned at the stake.”
“I’m a pussycat unless you do something to one of my friends. Then I’ll think of unique ways to get back at you. I’m more creative than your average bear.”
“Mentally, I’d want someone who is wickedly smart with a perverse sense of humor. If she had a nice rack, that’d be great, too”.
Enjoy the gorgeous spread!
– Magazines: Maxim – March 1999
It has been several months since we last saw Rose out and about so I was happy to come by these new shots of her arriving at the Byron & Tracey salon in Los Angeles, California. Rose’s hair is longer again and she looks absolutely fabulous rocking a short dress, tights and knee-length boots. Love her look!
– Candids: January 23, 2009
I have finally added all of the pending entries from the inbox to the Rose McGowan Support Page tonight. This marks an update with nine new fan messages dedicated to Rose. Thank you to everyone who sent their beautiful words of support! Haven’t contributed your message yet? We are always accepting new contributions so feel free to send in your message to Rose!
Watch Rose McGowan play a vicious and troubled teen that will do whatever it takes to get what she wants- even if it means murder! Don’t miss the malicious magic unfold in Devil in the Flesh on Lifetime Movie Network Saturday, January 24th at 8:00 PM. The film is definitely a must see to all of Rose’s fans.
Debbie Strand quickly finds out that life with her dear old grandmother isn’t so sweet after all when she starts getting on her last nerve. After Debbie finds a way to get her grandmother off her back, her next goal is to play teacher’s pet and stop at nothing to capture the attention of her new teacher. The question is: How far will she go?
The sun is shining bright whenever ‘new’ Rose shoots are discovered! Although these are old sessions, I think I speak for everyone saying it doesn’t matter as we love seeing new outtakes featuring our favorite photogenic lady! These images we’ve recently added include pics from Arena (2005), Maxim (2007) – huge thanks to Mariana!, Entertainment Weekly and Toronto Film Festival (2008). Enjoy the rare, gorgeous eye candies! Please do not repost these images on any other websites.
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– Photoshoots: Toronto Film Festival (2008)
– Photoshoots: Entertainment Weekly (2008)
– Photoshoots: Maxim (2007)
– Photoshoots: Venice (2005)
– Photoshoots: People #2 (2007)
– Photoshoots: Arena (2005)
– Photoshoots: Bust (2005)
– Photoshoots: Blender (2004)
1. Millennium Films and Emmett/Furla Films acquired the rights to produce and distribute a feature film in 2006
2. Filming got pushed because Robert Rodriguez (producer/unofficial director) took David N. White (writer) screenplay and made his own draft. It is unknown if they are filming know.
3. David N. White’s Script was leaked www.latinoreview.com and got a bad review this could be the reason why Robert made his own draft.
4. Because of his commitments, Rodriguez wasn’t able to direct Sonja and instead offered it to his friend, Douglas Aarniokoski. He did promise that he’ll be extremely hands-on as a producer to the extent that it’ll basically be unofficial co-directing. Rodriguez had been trying to get Red Sonja on the big screen for years and, coincidentally, the script came across McGowan’s desk at exactly the right time.
5. Rose McGowan (Red Sonja) was offered the part and bought Robert along and he bought Douglas (official director) along.
While things are rather quiet in the world of Miss Rose, I thought I’d take a moment to share some good news regarding her most recent movie, Fifty Dead Men Walking, which received two nominations from The Vancouver Critics.
Best British Columbia Film
Fifty Dead Men Walking
Edison and Leo
Stone of Destiny
Best Performance by an Actor in a Canadian Film
Antoine L’Écuyer, C’est pas moi, je le jure!
Jim Sturgess, Fifty Dead Men Walking
Natar Ungalaaq, The Necessities of Life
Speaking of the film, IMDb states May 8, 2009 as the UK release date. Can’t wait to see it!
We finally managed to track down a copy of the Fall/Winter 2008 (N. 29) issue of Self Service magazine, which features an exclusive photoshoot of Rose. It is a playful and flirty photoshoot, very fun and cute. Definitely one of my more recent favorites! It also features a photo of Robert Rodriguez, which I scanned because I know many of us are fans of him as well. Please note that there was no article on them inside. They were just part of a large photo portfolio.
As usual, please do not re-post these scans on other sites at all. The magazine itself was very expensive, not to mention the precious time it takes to scan and edit them. It is incredibly frustrating to see the images re-posted without any kind of credit. I do hope you will respect the hard work that I’ve put to scanning these. Thank you and enjoy!
– Magazines: Self Service – Fall/Winter 2008 (N. 29)
We think it is fair to say that 2008 has not been the best year for Rose, professionally speaking. Many of her projects have been delayed, there has not been any major releases and the nasty gossip continues. However, she did co-host The Essentials and her private life seems to be in bloom as she recently announced her engagement to Robert Rodriguez.
This compilation of 2008 highlights is by the Rose-McGowan.com staff. Please feel free to post your own choices at the forum.
View the entry from 2007.
• Best news:
Both agree: The engagement of Rose McGowan and Robert Rodriguez – if Rose is happy, then so are we! We love the idea of Rose co-hosting The Essentials, even if we did not get to see any of it. Also, the announcement of Red Sonja was certainly exciting.
• Worst news:
Both agree: The passing of Rose’s beloved Fester. All of us fans know how much he meant to Rose. We also hate to see so many of Rose’s projects post-poned and how about the IRA comment and the aftermath? We still shudder to think of it all.
• Favorite magazine cover:
There was not really any covers this year.