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These days, the movies that never happened are almost as popular as the movies that did. In some cases, maybe more so. Disney’s adaptation of John Carter bombed so badly that many likely now wish Paramount’s take on the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel had happened — presuming it wouldn’t have been any worse. Just as in the case of Alejandro… Continue reading Watch a Pitch Reel for a Version of 'John Carter of Mars' That Never Got Made

We’re liking this trend where Hollywood is delivering a new space epic every fall. Just in the last three years we had Gravity, Interstellar and now Ridley Scott’s The Martian, based on the super-nerdy book about an astronaut (Matt Damon) who becomes stranded on Mars after his crew leaves believing he’s already dead.

The film hits theaters on November 25, and here’s

Ryan Hansen has landed a guest-starring role on The CW’s midseason drama iZombie, EW has learned exclusively.

Based on the DC Comics property, the new series stars Rose McIver as Liv, a med student-turned-zombie who works in the coroner’s office to gain access to the brains she needs to eat in order to keep her humanity intact. Using the memories of the people whose brains she digests… Continue reading ‘iZombie’ to stage a ‘Veronica Mars’ reunion

What If

What If: Daniel Radcliffe stars in the upcoming romantic comedy What If, opposite Zoe Kazan. The first photos have been released, and, as they suggest, Radcliffe and Kazan meet and form an instant connection, which is complicated because Kazan is in a long-term relationship with Rafe Spall. Adam Driver also stars; the movie hits theaters on August 1. [Coming Soon]

For better or worse, Veronica Mars is a movie for the fans.

It’s impossible to talk about the long awaited follow-up to the short-lived TV series of the same name without mentioning its origins on Kickstarter. The show’s small but dedicated fanbase ensured that the adventures of Neptune, California’s youngest private eye would live on and the film feels like like a thank you letter to the… Continue reading The Word on 'Veronica Mars': If You Liked the TV Show, You'll Love the Movie