I received my copy of the April issue of Venice magazine today and I must say, the pictures of Rose McGowan are absolutely stunning and the interview is definitely one of the better ones. I’ve added the beautiful scans to our gallery. Mycah and I have also been scanning other mags recently, such as the May issue of Vanity Fair… Thanks to everyone who sent in scans for this one, it is much appreciated.
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Here are the latest numbers from this weekend’s box office according to AP:
Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez’s double-feature Grindhouse tumbled in its second weekend. Released by the Weinstein Co., Grindhouse fell to No. 10 with $4.2 million, down a steep 63 percent from its surprisingly weak debut of $11.6 million over opening weekend.
Harvey Weinstein, the company co-chairman whose previous outfit, Miramax, had great success with Tarantino and Rodriguez’s films said last week he might re-release the two filmmakers’ chapters of Grindhouse as separate movies down the road.
Rodriguez directed the zombie fest Planet Terror and Tarantino made the highway psycho killer tale Death Proof for Grindhouse, their homage to the gory B-movies they grew up on.
“I’m a pretty swell gal. I don’t mean any harm to anybody. Generally speaking, for a melancholy person, I’m pretty happy.”
I have now added a video clip and screencaptures of Rose’s appearance on The Tyra Banks Show. This is a must see for it features some super cute footage, including an evening in Rose’s life (which she filmed herself) and her little dance in the end. 😉 Thanks so much to Gertie for making this update possible!
– The Tyra Banks Show
I am back now and itching to make some updates, hee! I’ve added pictures from the Grindhouse Press Conference that Rose McGowan attended a little while back as well as videos and caps of her recent appearances on The Early Show, Jay Leno and Las Vegas Film Critic. Thanks so much to Michael for the video help!
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Rose is still out promoting Grindhouse, and she appeared on the talk show “The Sauce” which airs on the Fuse network. I have added some photos from her appearance. Rose is looking great as always. We hope we can provide a clip of this. All of Rose’s other recent television appearances will be available as soon as possible.
– Fuse’s ‘The Sauce’ – 2007
We’re being treated lovelies. Yep, Rose is on the cover of yet another magazine. This time all alone, and it is for the April 2007 issue of Los Angeles’ Venice magazine. It’s 7 full pages, with 3 being a new photoshoot and a new interview with Miss McGowan. She looks so pretty!
We will bring you exclusive scans very, very soon! Stay tuned
After Grindhouse didn’t even gross $12 million in it’s opening weekend of release. Costing nearly $100 million overall makes this weekend look more than devastating, but the Weinstein bros. are smart dudes and are about to pull some magic out of their you-know-whats.
Harvey Weinstein told me this morning that he’s “incredibly disappointed” with the half-than-expected $12 mil box office for Grindhouse released on Easter Weekend (a controversial move itself). So much so, that he’s considering abandoning the double feature as a single feature concept and re-releasing the Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez movie around the U.S. “in a couple of weeks” as two separate feature-length movies with additional footage put in. That’s what Harvey says The Weinstein Co. is already intending to do with the film’s release in Europe: split it into two separate pics, Tarantino’s Death Proof and Rodriguez’s Planet Terror. “Quentin’s movie goes out first in competition at Cannes. He’ll do an extensive 4 to 5 month tour. And the trailer will be all Quentin’s,” Weinstein told me about his European plans. “Then we’ll release Robert’s a couple of months later. By splitting it up, we’re going to do a hell of a lot better internationally than we did here.”
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The Week one Grindhouse box office report is in and it isn’t good. Be sure to check back on Monday for final figures based on actual box office.
Although the Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez B-movie double feature Grindhouse seemed to have the most buzz going into the Easter weekend, there didn’t seem to be an audience willing to sit through three plus hours of the filmmakers’ tribute to B-exploitation movies, as it failed to dethrone last week’s returning movies and a new comedy sequel starring Ice Cube.
Despite an abundance of media coverage, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez’s double feature Grindhouse opened with just $5 million on Friday struggling to $11.5 million over the weekend, less than half what many expected the movie to make based on Tarantino and Rodriguez’s past track record. Opening in fourth place, Grindhouse is unlikely to make back its reported $53 million production budget in theatres, at least not in the U.S.
1 – Blades of Glory – $23,000,000
2 – Meet the Robinsons – $17,004,000
3 – Are We Done Yet? – $15,000,000
4 – Grindhouse – $11,591,000
5 – The Reaping – $10,080,000