Rose McGowan Calls Out Adam Sandler

Posted: Jun 22 2015, 12:39pm CDT | by , in Latest Celebrity News


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Rose McGowan Calls Out Adam Sandler
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Rose McGowan has been one of the most consistent faces in Hollywood - she has worked there for nearly two decades. While she’s not an A-lister, she also never suffers when it comes to finding jobs. She might find herself some new publicity, however, as Rose decided she didn’t need to appear in an Adam Sandler movie after reading a wardrobe note, which was tucked into a script. Sandler’s movies are usually sexist and racist, but few people ever really call him out. The guys run around looking like slobs, but the girls are always really attractive and dressed to the nines. Now we know that there is a reason for that, and Rose tweeted:

The note said:

Notes: Please make sure to read the attached script before coming in so you understand the context of the scenes. -Wardrobe Note: Black (or dark) form fitting tank that shows off cleavage (push up bras encouraged). And form fitting leggings or jeans. Nothing white.

This is coming on the heels of women starting to stand up for themselves in Hollywood, with Reese Witherspoon leading the brigade for "Ask Her More" and Jennifer Lawrence (finally) demanding equal or more pay than her male co-star.

It is funny, however, if you go back and look at Adam Sandler's latest movies, they all have that. You have to wonder if some of his other female castmates would show up to a movie reading like that. It is hard to imagine that Drew Barrymore would do something like that - but who knows.

Is the the dawning of a new age in Hollywood? We'll have to stay tuned.

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