Rose McGowan pioneered the way and showed women that you can turn a settlement into sympathy, and then that sympathy into a TV Show/book deal. Now McGowan is forecasted to be overtaken by newest sexual harassment victim on the block Miro Sorvino. Sorvino claims that her denial of a few random reach arounds suggested by the always anonymous producer shut the door on opportunities and somewhat killed her career. But since the shitshow known as everybody hates Harvey aired she was able to source a second wind in sympathy. Outing Weinstein as the man who told her to open her legs if she wanted to keep a job is now opening doors for her. Anyone else smell a sexual harassment feature film coming soon?
“But I have to say the general atmosphere since those allegations came out, those revelations, there seems to be a lot of goodwill towards me in the entertainment business and I’ve been getting offers,”
Miro says she has a slew of projects lined up. At 50-years-old I couldn’t imagine how many of those roles actually involve not being someone’s grandmother. Her first series slated to release, Condor, she will be playing a retired investigator. How great can she be for the part if she wasn’t able to figure out Harvey was the one to touch her. It was a play-by-play open and shut case but she still dropped the ball on that one. The chance of Rose McGowan reloaded having a better career in the second half of her life is very slim.
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