Title & Article [below] By Deena Bustillo (October 28, 2013) - Article & Photo via Zimbio
News of a possible reboot of the WB drama Charmed hit the Web this weekend and the reaction generally seemed positive, but two of the show's original stars aren't so thrilled. Alyssa Milano and Rose McGowan both spoke out against the idea.
Rose McGowan may be joining the cast of the highly-anticipated film,
"Fifty Shades of Grey" (According to McGowan-Rose.com).
This is only a RUMOR at the moment. Confirmation will follow if announced.
Rose McGowan's Wedding Plans With Fiance
Davey Detail: All the Details! Article & Photo via US Weekly
That was fast! Rose McGowan has been engaged for less than two months, and now, the 39-year-old actress is in full-on wedding planning mode. After getting engaged to boyfriend Davey Detail in July, the star already has her wedding date, honeymoon destination and more all set.
"We're getting married October 12th at a mansion," the actress revealed to Us Weekly at the premiere of Mademoiselle C in New York City Friday, Sept. 6. "It used to be a nunnery, so it's perfect for me. As everyone knows, I am a nun!" she joked.
Rose in V Magazine. Photo & Article Excerpt via Mcgowan-Rose.com
A modern-day B-movie queen, Rose McGowan is well-known for her definitive role in Gregg Araki’s ’90s teen-angst thriller The Doom Generation. Her irresistible venom has also landed her roles in movies like Encino Man, Bio-Dome, Scream, Nowhere, Jawbreaker, Grindhouse, Machete, and Conan the Barbarian. She will next appear in the fittingly dark big-screen adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart, with Peter Bogdanovich.
Rose McGowan leads a “charmed life,” but she’s far from your typical A-list star.
Darclight Films, the edgy genre-driven label of Arclight Films, announces the acquisition and release of first-look footage of John La Tier’s inspired directorial debut The Tell Tale Heart starring Rose McGowan (Grindhouse, TVs Charmed, Jawbreaker, Scream), Peter Bogdanovich (The Sopranos, Humboldt County, Festival In Cannes, TVs “The Simpsons“) and Patrick John Flueger (Footloose, Brothers, TVs “The 4400“). Based on the classic short story of the same name penned by Edgar Allan Poe, America’s first master of horror over 150 years ago, La Tier, who also co-wrote the script, transplants the gloomy Gothic story into vibrant and enchanting modern day New Orleans. Darclight Films will be sharing never-before-seen footage in Cannes.
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