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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

Welcome to the YA Movie Countdown, our resident expert’s biweekly guide to young-adult book-to-film adaptations.

Shailene Woodley in Divergent

The first film in a potential young-adult book-to-film franchise is always a challenge. Not only do you have to convey a compelling narrative, but you also must establish an entire world around it, and in Divergent’s case, that’s quite the undertaking. The concept of a society being divided up… Continue reading 'Divergent' Fan Review: How Does the Movie Compare to Veronica Roth's Book?

Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Mr. Peabody & Sherman – $ 21.2 million ($ 63.1 million total)

2. 300: Rise of an Empire – $ 19.1 million ($ 78.3 million total)

3. Need for Speed – $ 17.8 million ($ 17.8 million total)

4. Non-Stop – $ 10.6 million ($ 68.8 million total)

5. Tyler Perry’s The Single Mom’s Club – $ 8.3 million ($ 8.3

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

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Filmmakers behind the adaptation of Veronica Roth’s YA novel… Continue reading Author Veronica Roth's 'Divergent' Review Is Nothing Short of Glowing