Whether you're in the public eye or not, we all deserve to spend quality time with our families without being photographed and hounded.
Let me tell you, as an avid television fan, I have loved and lost my fair share of TV shows, but none were harder to say goodbye to than Veronica Mars.
A Disney princess movie with a vengeance, Frozen offers up no less than two princesses for the marketing department to turn into ancillary merchandise.
Disney has had such a long winning streak with its animated comedies and musicals that it's almost possible to forgive the problems with Frozen, which opens in Los Angeles today and in wide release on Nov. 27.
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How did we get to this ridiculous place, where losing the baby weight is a competitive sport followed by millions?
As is the case with all amazing things, however, there comes abuse. And Kickstarter abuse has become increasingly bothersome and offensive.
I think that this whole campaign is sort of the very antithesis of what Kickstarter is about. Correct me if I'm wrong but I've always seen Kickstarter as a place for artists without industry support to go to make their dreams come true.
As promised from my previous post, here is the list of recognizable guest stars that appeared throughout the seasons of Veronica Mars.
In honor of Veronica Mars: The Movie and its long and bumpy road to production, I have compiled the 11 best episodes of Veronica Mars and a list of Veronica's Best One-Liners.
They always say that where there is a will, there is a way. And the way that the Veronica Mars movie is picking up speed, the fans will be enjoying the payoff of the film's labor of love in the very near future.
I do worry about the various ways this can go horribly wrong. I do worry that studios will eventually start seeing this as a business model when dealing with geek properties. "Pay us $5 million and we won't cancel Revolution!"
While the eyes of the world were fixed upon Rome and the selection of a new Pope, thanks to Kickstarter an amazing little revolution was simultaneously taking place in Hollywood.
To paraphrase Chairman Mao, let 100 TV-related Kickstarters bloom!
I was going to do a playlist for Todd Akin today, but I'm trying to waste less time on legitimate idiots. So instead, here's something completely different.
There is a light-hearted goofiness to Dax Shepard's Hit and Run that just plain works. I interviewed Shepard and his fiancée and co-star Kristen Bell about the film and working together.