Rose McGowan News Archive
Ellen DeGeneres, Amy Schumer, Eva Longoria & More Celebs React To The Oregon Community College Shooting
We were absolutely devastated to learn about the shooting Thursday at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
A gunman opened fire on the school's campus, killing as many as 10 people and injuring 20 others. This terrible tragedy is one of many in the United States this year alone.
The shooter was reportedly killed in a firefight with authorities who were responding to the 9-1-1 call.
We aren't the only ones whose hearts were broken to hear about this sad, senseless act of violence. Celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres and Eva Longoria took to Twitter to express their grief and share their condolences, writing:
I can’t imagine what the families of UCC are going through. The world is rising up to hold you in the light. I hope you can feel our love.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 1, 2015
Amy Schumer also used the status-sharing site to share her sadness, saying:
Love to Oregon
— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) October 1, 2015
Take a look at all the other stars who responded to the horrifying attack in Oregon:
Rose McGowan Gets Naked & Shaved To Challenge Hollywood's Beauty Standards In This Bizarre NSFW Music Video!
Just because Rose McGowan is done acting doesn't mean she hasn't been super busy lately!
In fact, the 42-year-old JUST dropped her very first music video which is simply titled RM486, and it's pretty much guaranteed to get people talking!
The clip starts with her peeling off layers until we're left with a naked, "blank" version of the former actress! Then we're introduced to various versions of Rose, all of which represent different moments throughout her life and career!
She also commented on her decision to be nude in the video, saying she feels it's "important for bodies to be represented in a non-sexual manner, especially women's bodies."
With striking visuals that absolutely assault your eyeballs, this music video might not be for everyone! But hey, isn't that what art is all about??
Ch-ch-check out the NSFW video (below)!
This is so sad.
ICYMI: On Sunday, film legend Wes Craven passed away at 76-years-old after a battle with brain cancer. The horror expert created some of Hollywood's most successful franchises — such as Scream and Nightmare On Elm Street.
So we're not surprised that so many in the industry have taken to Twitter to pay tribute to the late writer/director — including the Friends actress, Rose McGowan, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and many more.
Check out their responses below:
It looks like Rose McGowan isn't the only actress who's willing to call out sexism in Hollywood!
Last week, the Charmed star made headlines after she shared an objectifying casting note for an upcoming audition that encouraged her to wear clothes that "showed off cleavage."
The insight into the sexist casting environment sparked a lot of progressive conversation — but unfortunately resulted in the actress getting fired from her agent!
Now, more women are rallying behind the 41-year-old in hopes of changing the underlying misogyny in the industry — including Jessica Chastain!
On Thursday, Women and Hollywood editor Melissa Silverstein took to Twitter to stand behind McGowan in the wake of her comments, writing:
Holy cow! Rose McGowan has been spilling the tea left and right!
And we absolutely love it!
And on Thursday, the Jawbreaker star continued her truth domination on Watch What Happens Live where she played the all-too revealing game of Plead The Fifth!
But the 41-year-old's insight into the still sexist casting environment caused more of a stir than she planned.
On Wednesday, McGowan revealed that she had been fired by her agent for speaking out about the audition! She posted on her Twitter:
Rose McGowan Says Her Sexism Tweet Wasn't Meant To Shade Adam Sandler — Then Totally Shades Adam Sandler!
Rose McGowan has no problem calling out sexism in Hollywood!
Last week, the actress shared script notes for an upcoming audition that told the actress to wear clothes that "show off cleavage (push-up bras encouraged)."
Opening up about the offensive script notes, the Charmed star explained: