“Frozen” star Kristen Bell revealed she and “iZombie” showrunner Rob Thomas are up for making more “Veronica Mars” if they can fit it in their schedules.
The “Ghostbusters” star plays a disgraced and now penniless business mogul who’s determined to climb back to the top … with a brownie empire.
After being imprisoned for insider trading, Melissa McCarthy’s bankrupt former business mogul hatches a plan to claw back to the top.
The “Veronica Mars” star has joined husband Dax Shepard’s adaptation of the hit 1970s television series.
If “Veronica Mars” were to come back once more, its creator says it could be more like “True Detective.”
Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee will return to direct the follow-up to the 2013 animated blockbuster, which grossed $1.27 billion worldwide.
The seven-minute short, created by the filmmakers of ‘Frozen,’ will air in theaters before Disney’s live action ‘Cinderella.’
Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, Enrico Colantoni, Chris Lowell and other alums will join Ryan Hansen in the decidedly meta series.
Get a refresher on the TV show before the film opens March 14.
In an effort to get the film to its Kickstarter backers quickly, “Veronica Mars” will arrive via digital channels the same day it opens in theaters.
Veronica Mars will head back to the airwaves for a digital spin-off series developed by series creator Rob Thomas for the CW’s digital platform.
Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring and Ryan Hansen reunite with the rest of the Veronica Mars gang in the first trailer for Rob Thomas’ Kickstarter-funded film.