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Welcome to Rose McIver Online, an exclusive and in-depth fansite for the talented actress Rose McIver. Serving fans since 2009, we are the longest running and most extensive fansite dedicated to Rose.

Rose is known for her roles in projects such as "Once Upon a Time", "Maddigan's Quest" and "Power Rangers R.P.M", and can currently be seen in the CW television show "iZombie" as the lead character Olivia 'Liv' Moore.

We aim to bring you all the latest news and images relating to Rose's acting career, and strive to remain 100% gossip-and-paparazzi-free. - Sara, Neide & Emily
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Sara   /   May 03,2015   /   0 Comments

(This post was originally posted on our old website last year, but I just finished rebuilding it – applications to join are open!) We promised another exclusive once we hit the 300 followers mark on twitter, and here it is! We’ve been working very hard on an own section for members the last few weeks, and it’s now ready to be launched. By joining our VIP (or VIF as we’ll call it – Very important fan) section, you will get access to plenty of exclusives, and lots of other fun stuff. This includes exclusive videos, downloads and more ; ZIP downloads of many of our episode screencaptures, so that you will not have to save one and one screencap! Full TV episodes, like Power Rangers, Maddigan’s Quest and more. Also, untagged versions of our photos that are tagged in the gallery…

You will also be the FIRST to see our monthly magazine, “McIver Monthly”. VIP members will get to read it about a week before non-members. It is also a great way to meet and interact with other Rose fans… We have a chat board, and arrange ways to meet and befriend other Rose fans around the world. We also have many fun votes and polls, and you get the chance to help decide important decisions regarding Rose-McIver.net!

If this sounds intersting, click here to proceed for more information / the sign up form.

Sara   /   Apr 25,2015   /   0 Comments

Hello Rose fans! We have a big update to share today… More than 1000 screen captures of Rose as Summer / Yellow in “Power Rangers: R.P.M” have been added to the gallery, including the two-episode special on Rose’s character. Rose was fabulous in these two, and portrayed a lot of different sides to the character. Caps from the rest of the season will be up eventually.

 

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Sara   /   Jul 25,2014   /   0 Comments

Rose is busy, busy today! After finishing up her “iZombie” press work, Rose and her co-stars went to the ‘Star Wars: Rebels” Press Line. She looked really pretty -I love her bold choice of outfits this comic con!

I have added some of the amazing images to the gallery, so be sure to check them out…

UPDATE: Thanks to my friend Marica from our family sites Lana Parrilla Daily and Sean Maguire Daily, I have added 12 more HQ’s. Enjoy!

Sara   /   Jul 25,2014   /   0 Comments

SDCC 14: An Extended Look at iZombie

i: Zombie is headed to The CW for a midseason premiere, and executive producers Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright and cast members Rose McIver, Malcolm Goodwin, Rahul Kohli, Robert Buckley, and David Anders brought an extended look of the series to Comic-Con. There were initially going to air the pilot, but recent casting changes altered their plans. The 10-15 minutes of footage introduced the basics of the series and showed it’s a zombie show unlike any other.

Since Veronica Mars alums are involved, let’s address the elephant in the room. iZombie definitely has similarities to Thomas’ previous series about a sarcastic teenage detective. Rose McIvers plays Liv Moore, a med student who became a zombie during a wild party on a boat. The preview showcased the character’s humor, how she’s dealing with the changes, and how she develops psychic-ish powers. When she eats a corpse’s brains, she channels that person’s memories and even physical abilities. She uses her skills to help catch murderers. She’s so charming that I already want to be her best friend.

The dialogue was snappy, smart, and reminiscent of Mars, but Liv is clearly a different person. She’s surrounded by a pal and co-worker in the morgue who figures out her secret and wants to help cure her (Rahul Kohli), a detective who seems to believe and put stock in her psychic skills early on (Malcolm Goodwin, who channeled Shaft for the role), an ex-fiancé she still loves (Robert Buckley), and of course, there’s a villainous zombie (David Anders). Liv will be solving a mystery of the week, but the series has bigger arcs.

Rob Thomas said “People often put Veronica Mars and Buffy the Vampire Slayer in the same category, and I would say that iZombie falls closer to Buffy.” He stated there will be more action in iZombie than in Veronica Mars, but that they definitely will be living in a dramatic world with a sense of humor.

The television show is similar to the comic it’s based on, but it’s by no means a straight adaptation. They took the general idea from the iZombie comic and added more. They had Liv work in the police morgue so she has a constant supply of cases to solve and brains to eat. Thomas confirmed that iZombie will be a straight zombie show without incorporating other monsters seen in the comics.

While Liv is dealing with her zombie problems, her humanity is still there. One scene featured Liz weighing a brain and mixing it with noodles and hot sauce for lunch. It’s one of many moments that showed the endearing side of the character. McIver says, “What’s fun about this character is that she’s still trying to be a human.” She added playing the zombie side of Liv is easier than portraying the medical student part.

As far as the powers she gains when she eats the brains, Thomas said both personality and physical traits from the corpse transfer. “If she ate the brain of a concert pianist, she’s going to be able to do that. She also picks up some negative traits. She becomes a kleptomaniac in the pilot. She’s always inheriting some qualities of the deceased.” He stressed that the memories and powers she receives from any given brain never completely takes over Liv’s free will, and that she’ll retain everything from a given brain for as long as she keeps eating it.

Liv doesn’t have it easy. She will have to fight to keep her zombie desires under control. We saw a peek at her going full zombie in the preview, but she’s able to pull back. Thomas said the change is triggered by adrenaline, and she won’t be able to turn it on and off. He made compared the effect to what the Bruce Banner goes through with Hulk. Apparently, the line “Liv Smash” got cut from the pilot episode.

As mentioned, the series does have a mystery of the week vibe, but that’s not all. Thomas emphasized there will be cases to investigate but that they want to deliver on the zombie premise. There will be big zombie plotlines like finding the survivors of the party massacre when Liv turned and Liv figuring out she might be the lynchpin in preventing the zombie apocalypse.

And if blood and guts isn’t your cup of tea, don’t worry. Thomas said, “We’re never going to be The Walking Dead in terms of gore. It will not be shotgun blast to the head after shotgun blast to the head.”

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