Rose McGowan to play Marique in Conan film?
Conan movie blog who reported Rose McGowan was going to star in Conan a few weeks before Varitey have stated that Rose McGowan is going to play proto-goth rocker Marique. The character was orignally written as a male character called Fariq, but for some unknown reason they changed the character to female below is the casting description that was orignally for the male before the change, but its the best information I have so I though i'd share it with you.
Is Rose McGowan going to play the evil half which Marique in Conan?
"He’s in his 20s to early 30s, Asian or Middle Eastern, open to all ethnicities, slight of frame, piercing eyes, cruel, determined to prove to his father that he can rule the world when the time comes. But he has the mentality of a proto-goth rocker, so ruling the world will prove elusive. However, Fariq makes up for his lack of battle skills with his deft understanding of sorcery and evil determination to find the real queen of Acheron."
Intresting fact this is the third known role that McGowan has played that was orignally ment for a man. The first being Cherry Darling in Planet Terror and the second being Charlie in Dylan's Wake.
Some of you may not trust this information because it didnt come from a realible source like Variety, but to be fair they did find out that Rose was to star in Conan a few weeks before Variety picked it up.
Conan is currently filming in Sofia, Bulgaria. Filming should last until June set for a 2011 Release.
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