01:51 AM EDT 11/19/2015
Originally posted 11/18/2015 04:40PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4616410390001"] Even people who never watched the original run of Dallas probably know that one of the series' major plotlines can be summed up in three simple words: "Who shot J.R.?" In the final moments of the show's third season finale, J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), the show's scheming villain but also arguably its central character, was seen getting shot by an offscreen assailant.
Originally posted 11/11/2015 03:25PM
Everyone knows that a Sadie Hawkins dance is the yearly high school tradition in which the girls ask guys out – even if they have no idea who Sadie Hawkins is. In fact, most people probably know this even if their particular high school didn't offer any such opportunity to reverse gender norms.
Why, then, is it so celebrated? Well, for one it's long been a staple of pop culture and of teen-centered TV shows in particular. In fact, a lot of people may have only ever experienced a Sadie Hawkins dance through TV. And TV shows are still doing it today, even if we've gotten to a point in American society where it wouldn't be all that strange for a girl to ask a guy to prom, homecoming or any other major dance. (Actually, it wouldn't be so out of left field for a girl to ask a girl, a guy to ask a guy, or any other combination these days either.)
In honor of Sadie Hawkins Day, which is generally celebrated in early November, we're recounting its history and its long life as a plot device in TV shows.
Originally posted 07/13/2015 11:05PM
[YOUTUBE "iwmzhfIFCxM"] Fellow Veronica Mars fans, we may yet return to the sordid city of Neptune one day.
Rob Thomas, creator of the series, says he could see Kristen Bell returning as everyone's favorite smartmouthed detective possibly for another movie or maybe even a limited series at some point, though he qualified that by saying that such talk was only preliminary.
"Kristen's game. I'm certainly game," Thomas said in an interview with TVLine.
"We have nothing in the works. Kristen and I have talked about possibly doing a second movie or taking it out as a short run series. A Veronica Mars True Detective is really appealing to us."
Originally posted 06/01/2015 06:00PM
[YOUTUBE "SGSE_XPF4_g"] This week, Entourage fans get to watch the boys bring their brand of Hollywood bro-ishness to the big screen, nearly four years after the TV series aired its final episode. Of course, it's far from the first cinematic adaptation of a TV series, but in this age of reboot upon reboot, it's notable that this one has migrated to the silver screen intact – it's a movie "sequel" featuring the same actors and characters as the original TV show.
Originally posted 07/14/2014 12:05PM
Get ready, marshmallows: The future of Veronica Mars is in your hands.
Originally posted 04/16/2014 04:00PM
The myth. The legend. The prom.
Originally posted 03/18/2014 11:45AM
Thousands of fans contributed more than $5.7 million to the Kickstarter campaign to see their beloved Veronica Mars once again on the big screen. But not all of them were able to access their digital copies of the movie when it was released Friday, due to technical problems.
Originally posted 01/03/2014 10:45AM
Fans are one step closer to their mission to Mars.
Originally posted 03/28/2013 04:00PM
Daughter Lincoln "has mom’s beauty and dad's obsession with breasts," the Parenthood star jokes
Originally posted 03/14/2013 06:00PM
How much are you willing to pay to see your favorite teen sleuth on the big screen?
Well, Veronica Mars fans have pledged to pay a lot more than the price of the movie ticket, popcorn and a soda combined to see Kristen Bell play the title character again.
After series creator Rob Thomas turned to fund-raising Web site Kickstarter.com, asking for $2 million to make a movie version of the cult TV hit, fans responded in a big way.
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