A certain TV legend won’t appear in Wonder Woman. Could there be more Veronica Mars on the way? New Game of Thrones videos tease the upcoming struggles of Houses Stark, Targaryen, and Lannister. Plus, a Flash star teases a major death coming soon, and new Deadpool footage. Spoilers Now!
A second Wreck-it-Ralph is happening! Toby Kebbel talks Doom’s origins in Fantastic Four. How long will it be until we see more footage from Deadpool? Plus, Arrow’s return gets a title, Barry Allen gets an updated costume in The Flash, and Rob Thomas discusses how he wants Veronica Mars to return. Spoilers now!
The wonderfully bananas series about a zombie medical examiner, who also solves crime, is infectiously charming. It's maddeningly charming. The pilot of this series should be tranquilized, tagged, and studied for its charm. Yeah, we really liked iZombie.
The cast of The Flash tease game changing events ahead. Adrienne Palicki talks Mockingbird's evolution on Agents of SHIELD. Rob Thomas talks iZombie and the future of Veronica Mars. Plus, what's to come on Grimm, The Walking Dead, and more. Spoilers now!
Before Enrico Colantoni played Veronica Mars' dad and Elias on Person of Interest, he was the alien Mathesar in the classiccomedy Galaxy Quest. So when we were interviewing him about tomorrow night's earth-shattering Person of Interest episode, we had to ask him if he thought Galaxy Quest would ever get a continuation.
Put everything Ender on your Kindle for just $17 today, re-read over and over until you forget the movie happened, then listen to the Dashboard Confessional song.
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…
It's the first trailer for the Veronica Mars movie, and things are looking damn good. Of course there's a ten-year high school reunion, and of course bad boy Logan is involved in a murder scandal. And Veronica is kicking ass.
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.
Veronica Mars is back and kicking all sorts of ass. At yesterday's Veronica Mars Comic-Con panel, showrunner Rob Thomas, Kristen Bell, Enrico Colantoni, Ryan Hansen, Tina Majorino, Jason Dohring and the rest of the cast reassembled to show off the first footage from the entirely fan-funded Veronica Mars movie. Plus,…
We got our Firefly movie, and now at last Veronica Mars is becoming a film as well. So there's still hope for your favorite show that lived too fast and died too soon. Which TV show that was killed in its prime do you want to see as a big-screen movie?
Yesterday we the people swiftly crowdfunded a Veronica Mars movie. Whether you're for or against the massive fan funding, one thing is certain: the success of Rob Thomas' Kickstarter is certainly going to inspire plenty of canned TV shows to try to convince their fans to pay out for a second coming. Including Chuck.
Dreams do come true! Rob Thomas, creator of the quippy cult detective series Veronica Mars has decided it's finally time to make that Veronica Mars movie we've been obsessing over for years. Thomas has launched a Kickstarter campaign in hopes of crowdfunding the $2 million budget.
We've all seen the big spoofs of scifi classics. Family Guy just recreated Star Wars and the Simpsons' Prisoner tribute was perfection. But nobody salutes science fiction better than 30 Rock's sly one-liners, which just slip it in there.
My favorite character on teen-detective show Veronica Mars was probably Weevil, the biker-gang leader who slowly became Veronica's most steadfast ally. Yes, he went a little too soft, but he never entirely lost his edge thanks to actor Francis Capra. So I'm excited that he's cropping up on Heroes as the villain Jesse,…
It's not science fiction, but one of the new network shows this fall could finally eradicate all elements of the fantastic from television. CBS' new show Mythological X combines the romantic tension of How I Met Your Mother with the dramatic power of The Ghost Whisperer. Click through to find out the whole tawdry…