“I then revealed to Rose right then and there that I was about to start writing a movie with Quentin Tarantino, a double-feature throwback to ‘70s exploitation movies, and that if she was interested, I would write her a BAD ASS character and make her one of the leads,” said the filmmaker.“I wanted her to have a starring role in a big movie to take her OFF the blacklist, and the best part is that we would have Harvey’s new Weinstein Company pay for the whole damn thing.” That movie was 2007’s .I knew right then that every word Rose told me was true, you could see it all over his face.” , which was the first to report allegations against Weinstein on October 5, Mc Gowan reached a 0,000 settlement with the media mogul.She is among the dozens of women who have accused him of sexual misconduct in recent weeks.In 1996, Mc Gowan was the cover model for the Henry Mancini tribute album Shots in the Dark, and she was the face of the American clothing company Bebe from 1998 to 1999.She has also appeared on numerous magazine covers, including Seventeen, Interview, Maxim, GQ, Entertainment Weekly, and Rolling Stone.It's like , an American version of the British female prison drama.Knowing Rodriguez and Mc Gowan, though, one hopes this lands at a network that likes to take risks.
Mc Gowan played Ann-Margret, alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Elvis Presley, in the CBS miniseries Elvis (2005).
actress claimed to the director that Weinstein raped her in a hotel room during the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, his “first reaction was one of shock,” he said. I would have at least beaten the crap out of Harvey if I had heard that.'” After the alleged incident, Mc Gowan spoke to a female attorney who “had told her that because she had done nudity in movies that no jury would believe her and that it would turn into a he said/she said case,” Rodriguez said.
“I recall clearly what I said next, ‘My God, why didn’t you say anything? He went on to explain that Mc Gowan said she signed a non-disclosure agreement after the alleged rape and was “blacklisted from even auditioning” for another Weinstein movie.
on Friday, October 27, the filmmaker, 49, shared his account of what Mc Gowan, 44, told him about Weinstein, 65, and how that affected the production of the 2007 horror film.
Rodriguez said he was “inspired” to cast Mc Gowan, whom he dated from 2006 to 2009, as a “badass” character to get back at her alleged assailant.