Rose McGowan wants her ‘own biosphere’
Rose McGowan wants to build a giant dome over her house.
The 43-year-old actress – who was raised in the Children of God sect – has revealed she hopes to create her "own biosphere" after being inspired by a new pilot she is making on behalf of Amazon.
Details about the pilot remain scarce, but Rose told Surface magazine: "It’s the origin story of a cult, how they get on their feet and start.
"I’m having them all live in geodesic domes made of a synthetic version of animal hide, so I can shoot from the outside and see silhouettes of people inside and get an amber glow."
Back in 2016, Rose attracted headlines when she alleged she had been raped by a Hollywood executive.
The actress took to Twitter to share her contribution to the hashtag #WhyWomenDontReport, claiming she experienced the terrible ordeal at the hands of a "studio head".
In a series of tweets, the ‘Charmed’ star wrote: "a (female) criminal attorney said because I’d done a sex scene in a film I would never win against the studio head. #WhyWomenDontReport
"because it’s been an open secret in Hollywood/Media & they shamed me while adulating my rapist. #WhyWomenDontReport
"Because my ex sold our movie to my rapist for distribution #WhyWomenDontReport
"It is time for some goddamned honesty in this world. (sic)"
The hashtag was designed to create awareness as to why women don’t always report rape cases.
It came in response to allegations of inappropriate sexual behaviour and comments made by the newly-installed US President Donald Trump.
In addition to her Twitter comments, Rose shared an article in Glamour magazine about misogyny, which was written by her friend and actress Amber Tamblyn.
Amber wrote: "If you’re a woman in America there’s a 10 in 10 chance you’ve experienced it – whether you recognise it or not, whether you’re ready to admit it or not. It’s a culture that talks down to you.
"[Misogyny] thrives in our country on a cellular level, right in front of our faces. It exists like goose bumps exist, like premonitions are felt, like earthquakes are predicted."