"Dick as a private eye? That's kind of a tough sell," says Kristen Bell in the trailer for Play It Again, Dick, the new webseries from Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas. Kristen, you couldn't be more wrong.
Exciting news about the upcoming Rob Thomas-helmed web series You Don't Know Dick! The show, which is a fictional account of actor Ryan Hansen's attempt to turn his role of Dick Casablancas in Veronica Mars into greater fame, will feature cameos from practically the whole dang Veronica Mars cast.
Uh-Oh. There is trouble in paradise. Or in this case, Neptune*.
Veronica Mars was a teen sleuth whose superpower was storytelling. She was adroit at making up clever lies and crafting fake identities, but it was always in the service of piecing together the truth — which was another story she constructed. Now she's starring in a big crowd-funded movie, which turns out to be about…
You've been freaking out about it long enough, so why not take a peek at the first few minutes of one the most highly anticipated film versions of a television show you were crazy about growing up.
The Veronica Mars movie won't be released in theaters (and online!) until March 14, but the benevolent powers that be (lol Warner Bros.) have posted the first two minutes of the movie. It's basically a two-minute refresher of the premise, although it does discuss how she's grown out of the old vengeful Veronica:…
Good news, agoraphobes! Veronica Mars, the movie, will be available to stream online or rent on digital cable on March 14, the very same day it opens in about 270 theaters across these great United States.
Click right here to watch a sneak peek clip from Veronica Mars in which Veronica makes some great lawyer jokes. Below, Jason Dorhing and Kristen Bell re-enact that "I thought our story was epic" scene — with a twist. Also: Marshmallow makeout.
Quoth Jason Dohring of shooting the TV series: "A lot of that emotion was very real for me. I think I was in love with [Kristen] for the three years we made that show… Like, I truly felt like I would die without her, and I think that's what underlined everything people loved about them as a couple."
Thirty-eight seconds into this trailer, we hear that familiar plea: "I need your help, Veronica." Yes, folks, the Veronica Mars movie is real and it's happening and it's almost here!
Here's the newest trailer/featurette for the upcoming Veronica Mars movie and, hooooo boy, is it ever steamy!
Veronica Mars might not be science fiction, but we still have a lot of love in our hearts for this geeky girl detective. Here's the first line Kristen Bell delivered when she returned to her quippy character.
Rob Thomas — who I still picture as "Santana featuring Rob Thomas" Rob Thomas — and the primary cast of Veronica Mars appeared at Comic-Con to drop some tantalizing nuggets about the upcoming movie. Vulture reports that a trailer especially cut for the convention shows Veronica as a high-powered New York lawyer who…
What the world needs now is more Veronica Mars. Here's the good news: Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas has inked a deal with Alloy Entertainment to publish a series of stories based his famous character; they will deal not with high school hijinks or college shenanigans but Veronica's adult life.
Incredibly, Justin Timberlake genuinely seemed to have no idea that "Take Back The Night," his latest club single for all of us to get SeXXXy to, shares a name with a massive sexual assault awareness campaign.
I promise we will stop talking about this soonish, you guys. After "careful consideration" from Ballantine Books, the publication of Paula Deen's upcoming cookbook Paula Deen's New Testament: 250 Favorite Recipes, All Lightened Up — currently #1 in cookbooks and #18 overall on Amazon — has been cancelled, along with…
While Paula Deen's backers have been steadily jumping ship since she outed herself as an N-word-using, separate-bathroom-using, down-home deep-fried racist, others of her kind are flocking to support her. In fact, the annual Paula Deen Cruise has tacked on an additional voyage for summer 2014 thanks to high demand.
Good news, everyone! The Veronica Mars Kickstarter project that started the questionable trend of affluent filmmakers asking people to both fund and pay full ticket prices to see their new movies will start shooting in a mere nine days. Even better news, everybody: basically all the cast members from the original…