This is absolutely heartbreaking. Brad Bufanda, best known for his roles in ‘Veronica Mars’ and ‘A Cinderella Story,’ committed suicide on Nov. 1. He was just 34 years old.
Is ‘Veronica Mars’ getting ready for a comeback? Show creator Rob Thomas dropped some very tantalizing hints about discussions he’s had with Kristen Bell and the possibility of bringing back America’s favorite pixie-sized PI.
Kristen Bell, 34, just can’t seem to let it go when it comes to playing her first breakout role in Veronica Mars. While fans may have thought they’d seen the last of the teenage detective in the 2014 movie adaptation, series creator Rob Thomas had some interesting things to say at the San Diego Comic-Con on July 10 — talking about a possible return for his most famous character. Read on to get the details on how Veronica might make yet another comeback to the small screen!
Kristen glowed in a fabulous jumpsuit on the Toronto Film Festival red carpet, proving she is a serious pro at styling the bump. Her comfy yet chic look, was not only stunning but also bold, bright and unique!
Pregnant with their second child, Kristen Bell, proved she is a true pro at pregnancy style when she walked the Toronto Film Festival red carpet on Sept. 4 with hubby, Dax Shepard, for the premiere of his latest film, The Judge. Wearing a green floral jumpsuit and metallic silver kitten-heel sandals, Kristen looked absolutely radiant. Style star!
Great news, Marshmallows! Kristen Bell, and a majority of the ‘Veronica Mars’ cast will reunite for ‘Play It Again, Dick,’ a web series revolving around Ryan Hansen’s fan-favorite character, Dick Casablancas. Read on for all the details!
First a movie, and now a web series! Fans of Veronica Mars are certainly having quite the year. Play It Again, Dick, a web series revolving around Ryan Hansen’s fan-favorite character, Dick Casablancas, will premiere the week of Sept. 15 on CW Seed. And even better — a majority of the Veronica Mars cast is reuniting for the eight-episode series.
‘Veronica Mars’ fans are so fierce! Not only did they manage to fund a Kickstarter campaign to get a big-screen version of the cult classic, but they also won an award at the first-ever mtvU Fandom Award for being the best fans ever!
Way to go, Marshmallows! mtvU, MTV’s 24-hour college network, announced winners of their first-ever Fandom Awards at Comic-Con: San Diego on July 24. Veronica Mars took home the biggest award of the night, “Fandom of the Year,” beating out 31 other nominees (yes, there were 32 total), including Community, Supernatural and Free! Iwatobi Swim Club.
‘Veronica Mars’ fans took to Kickstarter, raising a record breaking $5,702,153 for the film to be created. So was the money worth it? We look to the industry’s top critics to see what they have to say about the return of the fan favorite series.
Marshmallows, listen up! Veronica Mars is back and she’s on the big screen. Keep reading to see if the sassy sleuth (Kristen Bell) lived up to her teenage fandemonium.
Marshmallows, rejoice! Your favorite super sleuth — or, at least, someone from her world — will be featured in a new web series.
Good news keeps rolling in for Veronica Mars fans! The CW announced Jan. 15 that an online spin-off of the cult classic series has been picked up for its digital component, CW Seed.
A long time ago, we used to have ‘Veronica Mars’ on our TV screens every week, and we’ve been thinking about that lately — a lot. Check out the brand new trailer for the ‘Veronica Mars’ movie, which debuted on Jan. 2, here!
Is it March 14 yet, Marshmellows? A new trailer for the Veronica Mars movie was released on Jan. 2, and with Kristen Bell, Krysten Ritter, Enrico Colantoni, Ryan Hansen, Tina Majorino, Jason Dohring and the gang back for more spying, snarking, and (probably) sexing, spring cannot come soon enough. Mars Investigations is back in business!
Veronica’s all grown up — and feistier than ever! Watch the first footage from the epic movie none of us ever thought we’d get to see.
Marshmallows rejoiced July 19 when Kristen Bell and the rest of the Veronica Mars cast reunited at Comic-Con to reflect on their fondest memories of life in Neptune — and, of course, to give everyone a sneak peek at the highly anticipated V-Mars movie coming to theaters in 2014!
Yesterday, Mar. 13, Kristen Bell and ‘Veronica Mars’ creator Rob Thomas announced a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to make a movie out of the cult television series. The goal — $2 million. Well, it only took them 11 hours to raise that much money! Holy smokes!
Kristen Bell and Rob Thomas, the star and creator of the Veronica Mars, respectively, knew that their TV show had a good following. But they probably didn’t think it had THIS good of a following!
Want to see Veronica sleuth one last time? It’s time to put your money where your fandom is!
Veronica Mars fans — known within the community as “Marshmallows” — have yearned for a follow-up movie ever since the UPN/CW masterpiece was tragically canceled in 2007. And after years of rumors and false hope, mostly stemming from the cast, fans are finally going to see their dream become a reality. But wait, there’s a catch!
Dax proposed to Kristen over the holidays — and we can’t believe they kept it quiet for this long!
Kristen Bell, 29, brought a very special guest to the Grammys last night — her engagement ring! Yes, she and boyfriend (make that fiancé) Dax Shepard, 35, are officially engaged, Us Weekly is reporting. The couple began dating in 2008, and went on to co-star in the romantic comedy When In Rome. “I’ve learned the necessity for healthy communication,” she told Women’s Health of their relationship in Nov. 2009. “How important it is to talk about your deepest, darkest fears and feelings. Your partner should hear your most embarrassing insecurities, because once you say them out loud, you’ve created a safe zone.” Hm… we wonder if Dax told Kristen about those e-mails he sent to his friends, bragging about his hot, famous lady? Read more
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