Kristen Bell will be appearing on “Chelsea Lately” on Monday, January 6th and on “The Talk” on Wednesday, January 8th! Check your local TV listings for exact air times in your area.
The official theatrical trailer for the Veronica Mars movie.
Years after walking away from her past as a teenage private eye, Veronica Mars gets pulled back to her hometown, an ex-boyfriend with baggage, and an unraveling murder mystery.
House of Lies Live! will feature the series’ main cast (as well as comedians/season 3 guest stars Lauren Lapkus, Ryan Gaul and Eugene Cordero) performing improv-style in front of live studio audience. Filmed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, the unscripted special will premiere online on SHO.com, YouTube, iTunes and various social media outlets on December 30 before airing on Showtime the next day at 10pm. It is the first original Showtime production to premiere online.
Below is a sneak peek at the special.
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Get ready Marshmallows, Veronica Mars is returning to PaleyFest almost 10 years after it first debuted. The cast of the beloved teen noir series will reunite on at the Dolby Theatre on Thursday, March 13—the day before Veronica Mars hits theaters—to kick off PaleyFest 2014.
“Moving PaleyFest to the landmark Dolby Theatre is an extraordinary testament to the festival’s growth over the years,” Pat Mitchell, the president and CEO of The Paley Center for Media, said in a statement. “Hosting PaleyFest at the prestigious home of the Academy Awards is also an acknowledgement of the caliber of programs we showcase and of the wonderful support we’ve received from our network & studio partners, sponsors, and the amazing creative talents PaleyFest celebrates year after year.”
Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas shared the below video on Twitter to mark his project’s PaleyFest return.
Kristen Bell and Don Cheadle will continue their dirty dance in the third season of Showtime’s House of Lies.
The management consultant dramedy returns for its third season and The Hollywood Reporter has the exclusive first look at the flirty key art and teaser for the comedy from executive producer Matthew Carnahan.
Following the second-season finale that saw Bell’s Jeanie profess her love for Marty, can the two rivals get it together in season three?
The new season, which features guest stars Eliza Coupe, Mekhi Phifer and T.I., returns Jan. 12 on Showtime.
For cult TV fans, there can’t be many more anticipated 2014 movies than Veronica Mars.
A big screen revival of a hugely beloved teen detective series that ran between 2004-2007, its resurgence via a Kickstarter-funded fan drive is as much a joy to its lead Kristen Bell as its fans.
We sat down with Bell to chat all things Disney’s Frozen (in which she voices the titular, kooky princess), and needled her noodle about where the character is at when the movie starts, what the final day on set was like, and where she sees the future of the franchise lying…
TF: What would you say fans can expect, and how does the film evolve her character from the last time we saw her?
KB: Rob knows how to create stakes and write for the audience and he’s an unselfish writer. He thought that the most interesting Veronica would be one that was far, far away from sleuthing and something should rope her back in. It’s like The Godfather: you’re just pulled back into the abyss that is your old life and you have no choice but to do it.
The idea that she left it all behind, well, if you tell a hardcore fan that she’d made that choice, they’d think ‘well she can’t do that, she can’t do that’ and that’s exactly what [Rob] wanted and that’s exactly what she did. She’s left it all behind, living in New York and then Logan is arrested and she has no choice but to get roped back in.
TF: You’ve wrapped now, so what was the final day on set like? Surely it must’ve been emotional revisiting that character after so long and then having to say goodbye again?
KB: It was, I wrapped two days before everyone else wrapped, so it wasn’t as emotional as it would’ve been on the very last day. It was wonderful – when we all hugged goodbye, we were all optimistic that having come this far, we should push for more, I mean why not? Star Trek did it. Why can’t we make a movie a year?
TF: Would you like to see it evolve into something else? Arrested Development obviously came back through Netflix… or do you think that the future of Veronica Mars is firmly in movies?
KB: I’m not Nostradamus, but I would like to see it live on in movies, like Star Trek. I know that is a crazy example to use, but it was a really popular show that did a movie every year or so and that kept the fan base. I’m not going to say we’re going to start doing $50m Veronica Mars movies every year, but we don’t need that. We’ve got a good cast and a good writer/director, so we tell the story without such a big budget. I personally would like to do sequels.
Veronica Mars is set to open in cinemas in 2014.