The CW has hired the revered "Party Down" creator Rob Thomas to adapt the 1987 horror-comedy vampire flick.
The EP promises a two-hour season closer that pulls out all the stops and signals a whole new paradigm for Season 3.
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Alexandra Shipp discusses Storm's role in "X-Men: Apocalypse"; a new character could pose a problem for "Flash's" Cisco and more.
"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.
EPs Rob Thomas & Diane Ruggiero-Wright offer a zombie-eye view following the first episodes of Season 2 and its juicy new storylines.
Alfre Woodard and Mahershala Ali appear in new photos from the Netflix series; "The Flash" gears up for season two with new photos and more.
Could Liv really be hankering for a hunk of one of her best friends' gray matter? Check out the trailer and find out!
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Sabretooth actor Liev Schreiber drops a possible hint about "Wolverine 3"; the "Mission: Impossible" actress joins another film and more.
Rob Thomas & Diane Ruggiero discuss the second season of their CW zombie hit, "Veronica Mars" comparisons, their dream projects and "Party Down."
If "Veronica Mars" were to come back once more, its creator says it could be more like "True Detective."
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Ian McKellen discusses his future as Magneto; unconfirmed info may put "Suicide Squad" in a new context and more.
Robbie Amell talks whether his Firestorm half will appear on "Legends of Tomorrow"; Chris Pratt weighs in on a Hulk/"Guardians" crossover and more.
The zombie mythology of The CW's hit takes over, as Thomas talks with CBR about Liv and company wrapping their first brain-eating year.
The cast and crew of The CW's offbeat series discussed its origins with a WonderCon audience, and teased upcoming developments.
The "Alias" alum discusses continuing his villainous streak in "iZombie" and what separates the show's zombies from other undead.
Jason Momoa addresses "DC haters" with two words; Ryan Reynolds reveals why he thinks "critical fanboys" will embrace "Deadpool" and more.
Genesis Rodriguez discusses the chances of a "Big Hero" sequel; Common wants to be John Stewart in "Green Lantern" and more.