Zombies are invading the Earth! Or, the television landscape at least.
Fresh off making the fan-funded and eagerly anticipated Veronica Mars movie, series creator Rob Thomas is working with the film's co-writer, Diane Ruggiero, on a zombie drama series...
"Veronica, I need you."
So Logan pleads to Veronica in the first Veronica Mars movie trailer, which premiered Friday at Comic-Con. But the same sentiment perfectly captures the feeling of the 91,000 backers who helped fund the film on Kickstarter. Now after all these years, the dedicated marshmallows have finally returned to Neptune.
Rob Thomas will help develop two Veronica Mars books, picking up directly after the upcoming film ends, The Hollywood Reporter reports. Vintage Books will publish the first novel in tandem with the film's debut, likely in ...
Other commitments are preventing Leighton Meester from reprising her role as Carrie Bishop in the upcoming Veronica Mars movie, according to creator Rob Thomas.
Her replacement will be Andrea Estella, the lead singer of one of Thomas' favorite bands, Twin Sister, Thomas told the movie's Kickstarter backers in an e-mail Sunday.
Martin Starr and Ken Marino will reunite with their Party Down co-stars for the upcoming Veronica Mars movie, Rob Thomas announced on Kickstarter.
Starr, who was not in the original series, will join the cast as Lou "Cobb" Cobbler, another '09er returning for the school's 10-year reunion. Marino will reprise his role as private detective Vinnie Van Lowe.
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"I'm so incredibly excited to work with Rob and Dan and Kristen and Enrico once again!" Starr said in the announcement. "Each one a treasure in a flesh casing."
Marino left his message, via his character, in the video below: