Yesterday, I talked about how Rose McGowan posted a gross wardrobe note for an Adam Sandler movie. She was told to show off cleavage with “push-up bras encouraged.” Some of you called out Rose for capitalizing on her sultry image for years. I think it’s fair for an actress to change her mind, although it would be hard for Rose to explain away her NSFW 1998 VMA dress. She probably likes to forget that moment in history. Last year, Rose decided to (mostly) move behind the camera because she was tired of being sexualized. Now Rose tells Page Six about why she decided to tweet about the wardrobe note:
Rose McGowan, who revealed she was told to wear a “form-fitting tank that shows off cleavage” to meet for a part in an Adam Sandler movie, told us, “It’s embarrassing to be part of [Hollywood] sometimes.”
“These people have to get out of the wrong decade … or century. I didn’t take a vow of silence when I joined the industry. I wasn’t aware I joined the Mafia. I’m going to make fun of something stupid, and maybe somebody will learn something.”
[From Page Six]
Well, I’m glad someone is speaking out about the blunt stupidity of Adam Sandler movies. This guy has coasted for far too long, and Netflix gave him a four picture deal for him to do whatever he pleases. When he signed the deal, Sandler told Variety, “When these fine people came to me with an offer, I immediately said ‘yes’ for one reason and one reason only … Netflix rhymes with ‘wet chicks.’” The journo made sure to mention Sandler’s statement was “prepared,” not off the cuff. Rose is correct. Hollywood can be embarrassing.
Just after midnight, Rose added another remark to her wardrobe disgust.
I was insulted by the instructions to 'read the script for context.' Hahaha
— rose mcgowan (@rosemcgowan) June 23, 2015
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