Rose McGowan Fronts Fault's Latest Issue

Posted Wednesday February 12, 2014 6:08 PM GMT

She made quite a name for herself thanks to her seasoned Hollywood career, but even Rose McGowan admits there are some roles she's not too proud of.

In the latest issue of Fault magazine, the former "Charmed" star revealed she refuses to watch her latest film "The Tell Tale Heart" and shared details about other films she's proud of.

Highlights from Miss McGowan's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Fault!

On "The Tell Tale Heart":
"I felt a little duped by 'Tell Tale.' Sometimes you think people have a strong vision, and it’s often not the case. Very hard to tell beforehand. Sucks discovering it.. And there are more where that came from. It’s very hard to make a film that comes together on all levels. It’s like painting with 100 paintbrushes that are held by individual egos. Also, I’ve worked with some not so nice people. Such a drag. If I have a troubling experience, I won’t watch the product."

On her other film "The Last Duane":
"I like westerns and I liked the people involved. I kinda hope the other stays on the shelf."

On her acting career:
"I have my own vision, and it’s a strong one. I want to tell my own stories, not just interpret someone else’s. I feel like I’ve finally found the right job and it’s awesome. Getting into Sundance as a director, (over 8,100 submitted, 12 were chosen for narrative competition) is the high point of my career. By far. To be at Sundance representing myself is huge."

On her personal life:
"Well, I feel it’s lazy when “journalists” dredge up past relationships. I also don’t need to explain myself or my choices to anyone. I can understand interest in current ones, but the past is the past. I think less of the writers who ask, they disappoint me with the banality of their questions. You at least asked it in a more interesting way."

Photo Credit: Frankie Batista for Fault

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