Rose McGowan announced on Twitter that she will be in Iowa to film indie movie Dylan’s Wake. Filming starts August 31. Here’s what she said:
Breaking news!! I’m heading to Iowa to film a movie called Dylan’s Wake. Very well written indie. my co-star is Nick Stahl – so talented. directed by Omar Naim who did The Final Cut, which I loved
Congratulations to Rose! I believe I’m speaking for all the fans when I say that I am super excited about her announcement!
She also posted the following regarding Red Sonja:
To clarify press reports: Red Sonja is delayed. I pulled out of doing it in ’09. Not permanently. Hopefully will follow Conan.
I am still contracted to do it Red Sonja. Hopefully Filming in ’10 not ’09
From Rose’s Twitter:
Just this once i’ll address questions about Red Sonja & others; i was meant to do in ’08. Major personal &private; reasons I pulled out. Starting 2 want to work again. Sometimes real life fucking sucks. That’s all. God bless us survivors.
We hope things are better for her now. All the best to Rose!
Just a friendly reminder that the deadline for our Birthday Project is quickly approaching so please remember to send in your entries before Monday! Rose McGowan will receive the book on her 36th birthday in September so do not hesitate to send in your contributions now! You can see a list of received contributions under the cut so if you’ve already sent in yours, do double check that we’ve safely got it. If your name is not on the list, please re-send it.
Nip/Tuck will start cutting again in mid-October. That news comes courtesy of the FX executive session at the Television Critics Association press tour on Friday (Aug. 7). Nip/Tuck will open its sixth season on Wednesday, Oct. 14 and run for 10 episodes, which will take the show into December; the final nine episodes will likely air sometime next year. (FX had previously said the show would be back in October but hadn’t set a specific date.)
For decades, Hollywood has featured Bloomingdale’s in films like Moscow on the Hudson, Splash and The Mirror Has Two Faces. Now, Bloomingdale’s is returning the favor.
Bloomingdale’s, a division of Macy’s Inc., is celebrating the movies in the 2009 version of a major promotion staged each fall. The campaign, intended to stimulate demand during an important shopping season, is called “Lights, Camera, Fashion” and is being billed as the most elaborate since Bloomingdale’s began a series of themed fall promotions several years ago that has included art and music.
The campaign includes “Bflix,” five shorts that Bloomingdale’s commissioned through an organization called Young Indies Films, created by up-and-coming writers and directors. The shorts will be shown in viewing lounges to be set up in Bloomingdale’s stores as well as on its Web site (bloomingdales.com).