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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.

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Sara   /   Apr 24,2018   /   0 Comments / 605 views

Hello roses! I have now completed our page for last night’s iZombie episode, “4×08: Chivalry is Dead“. There you can find information, trivia, quotes, comic slides, Liv’s outfits, reviews, videos, and links to graphics, episode stills and newly added HD screen captures. The episode script is not yet available, but as soon as it, I will add that one as well! The page can be found in our career archive here. Below I’ve attached previews of the new screen captures, as well as the links to the gallery album which holds them. I hope you enjoy the new content!

The ratings were unfortunately not great this week either. The CW was down week to week, as both the previous show Supergirl (series low 0.4) and iZombie (0.2) lost a tenth of a point. Make sure to tell all your friends, co-workers and family members to tune in next week! The show has unfortunately not yet been renewed, but we are still hopeful. The final verdict will likely come in May ahead of the Upfronts, we will keep you updated on any new information.

iZombie episode 8, season 4: Liv consumes the brain of a murdered live-action role-playing knight to solve his murder; Peyton uncovers a truth about Liv, and tells her she wants to help; Major embarks on a mission.


Sara   /   Apr 24,2018   /   0 Comments / 583 views

Hello brainies! I’m totally speechless after tonight’s amazing iZombie episode, so I’m just dropping by to share the promo and synopsis for next week. Episode stills can be found here. Stay tuned at Rose McIver Online tomorrow for screen captures and more from episode 8!

BUST A RHYME LIV — There’s a zombie serial killer on the loose and new Seattle is on lockdown. Liv (Rose McIver) is trapped in the morgue on white rapper brain and Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) and Ravi (Rahul Kohli) are playing Dungeons & Dragons. Meanwhile, Blaine (David Anders) concocts his most sinister plan to date. Lastly, Major (Robert Buckley) is on the hunt for the killer. Aly Michalka and Robert Knepper also star. LL Hayter directed the episode written by Talia Gonzalez & Bisanne Masoud (#409). Original airdate 4/30/2018.

Sara   /   Apr 23,2018   /   0 Comments / 531 views

Hello brainies! It’s finally Monday, and a brand new iZombie episode is only hours away. This week’s episode is titled “Chivalry is dead“, and we now have the “inside the episode” clip for you below. It features Rahul and Robert this week, as well as a couple of clips from tonight’s episode. Make sure to tune in on The CW 9/8c, and join us live-tweeting if you’re on twitter!

Sara   /   Apr 22,2018   /   0 Comments / 259 views

Hello brainies! I have just finished adding HD screen captures of Rose in this week’s iZombie episode, “Don’t hate the player, hate the brain” to our gallery. This was the 7th episode of season 4, and Liv took on the personality of a bachelor playboy. Rose killed it once again, and the episode was so much fun! Rose was out of her normal zombie costume for the majority of the episode, and since she looked so beautiful, I went a bit overboard when making the caps. There’s more than 1000 in total, but I’m sure none of you will mind 😉

Make sure to tune in on The CW tomorrow night for a brand new episode, “Chivalry Is Dead”. We will live-tweet on twitter during the episode, and we’ve got a brand new iZombie DVD give-away going on to celebrate the 4th season! Make sure you head over to our account, follow us (if you don’t already) and RT our pinned tweet to participate in the contest. We’ll once again be tweeting using the hashtag #RenewiZombie, and I’ve got a couple of fun games planned! So make sure you join us tomorrow night if you have the chance.


Sara   /   Apr 22,2018   /   0 Comments / 395 views

Hello Rose fans! Last month, Shout!Takes shared an interview they did with Rose about “Power Rangers”. As you all know, Rose played Summer Landsdown (Ranger Yellow) in the 17th season of the show called “Power Rangers R.P.M”. It’s nice to hear her talk about some of her older projects, as we rarely got proper interviews with Rose back in those days! She talks about her character, the audition process, her training for the part and more. Listen to the interview below.

This week saw the fourth season debut of iZombie, but before she was sautéing brains, Rose McIver was kicking butt as Summer Landsdown in Power Rangers RPM. In this episode of Shout!Takes, the down-to-earth star talked about her character, working on the hit franchise in her native country New Zealand, and the loving Power Rangers fans. Listen below, on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcast provider.

Sara   /   Apr 10,2018   /   0 Comments / 286 views

Hello again fellow brainies! Just dropping by to get everyone who are on twitter to join us over to livetweet tonight’s iZombie episode with us. The CW has renewed several of their shows already, but they still haven’t renewed iZombie… Help us spread the love for our favorite show by taking to twitter, and tag all your tweets with #iZombie and #RenewiZombie! They really deserve a fifth season, and we hope The CW will realize that. We’ll also have a lot of fun sharing our favorite things about the show, so make sure to join in! 😉

Sara   /   Apr 10,2018   /   0 Comments / 369 views

Hello fellow brainies! It’s finally Monday, which means a brand new iZombie episode will air tonight (in just a couple of minutes, actually. Make sure to tune in!). To celebrate, our gallery has finally been updated with screen captures from the first 5 episodes of the season! I’m sorry about the delay with these, I’ll try to not fall behind again. Make sure to return tomorrow for screen captures from the brand new episode…


Sara   /   Apr 05,2018   /   0 Comments / 327 views

Hello Rose fans! We finally have some proper news on Rose’s upcoming film “Brampton’s Own”, with Nashville Film Festival announcing that it will premiere during their 49th Annual Film Festival! No words on whether Rose will attend yet (she’s currently in New Zealand, filming her upcoming musical “Daffodils“), but we will keep you posted. The festival runs through May 10 to May 19, you can read more about it below.

The 49th Annual NASHVILLE Film Festival continues its expansion of film screenings with an international roster of twenty-eight Special Presentations, Animated Feature, Spectrum and Spectrum Q films including the world premiere of BENCHED, produced by Robert Deaton and George Flanigen, ON CHESIL BEACH, starring Saoirse Ronan, fresh off her award winning role in Lady Bird, HOT SUMMER NIGHTS, starring Timothée Chalamet, whose role in Call Me By Your Name was critically acclaimed, BRAMPTON’S OWN, starring Rose McIver, Spencer Grammer and Jean Smart, as well as the 50th anniversary screening of ROSEMARY’S BABY, starring Mia Farrow, and a special screening of JURASSIC PARK, starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, BD Wong and Samuel L. Jackson. Other leading talent include Daveed Diggs, Alexander McQueen, John C. McGinley and many more. Below are the 2018 selections in the categories:

Special Presentations

Benched (World Premiere) – Based on the hit play “Rounding Third”, BENCHED is the tumultuous journey of two Little League coaches through an entire season, from their first tentative meeting to the climactic championship game. Cast: Garret Dillahunt, John C. McGinley, Directors: Robert Deaton, George Flanigen, Producers: Lindsey Clark, Brandon Gregory, Fred Roos (USA)

Blindspotting (Tennessee Premiere) – Lifelong friends Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal co-wrote and star in this timely and wildly entertaining story about the intersection of race and class, set against the backdrop of a rapidly gentrifying Oakland. Cast: Daveed Diggs, Rafael Casal, Janina Gavankar, Jasmine Cephas Jones, Director: Carlos López Estrada, Producers: Keith Calder, Jess Calder, Rafael Casal, Daveed Diggs (USA)

Brampton’s Own (World Premiere) – A struggling minor league baseball player retires and woefully returns to his small hometown, carefully dodging old wounds until confronted with THE ONE that hurts the most – the girl that got away. Cast: Rose McIver, Spencer Grammer, Jean Smart, Scott Porter, Alex Russell, Riley Voelkel, Director: Michael Doneger, Producers: Mark DiCristofaro, Michael Doneger (USA). | Continue to source for the full list of films.

Sara   /   Feb 19,2018   /   0 Comments / 852 views

As you all know, Rose is an ambassador for Emirates (you can read all about her work for them at our page here). NZ Herald have done a cute little interview with her about her holiday experiences, which you can read below!

NZ Herald | Rose McIver is an ambassador for Emirates.

What was your greatest holiday?
Piha. Pretty much every summer growing up — often staying at the Peach family bach. So many wonderful memories.

And the worst? Well it was still a brilliant holiday, but my poor mum broke her shoulder visiting me in Canada last Christmas. That was a little rough.

If we bump into you on holiday, what are you most likely to be doing? Slip, slop, slapping. Eating a Nice Block. Having a swim in the surf, but only ever waist deep — watching out for those rips.

If we could teleport you to one place in New Zealand for a week-long holiday, where would it be? God, we are spoilt for choice back home but today I’ll say Hahei.

How about for a dream holiday internationally? I’m very keen to see Morocco. I love the food and the design I’ve seen from there, and would love to meet the people behind them.

What’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever done when travelling? I left my passport in the toilets in Dubai when I was 18. I was on the way to Europe. An incredible woman who was cleaning the bathroom saved the day and raced it to the gate just in time for me to board (not in time to prevent my first-time-solo-traveller panic attack).

Aisle seat or window seat? Window. More leaning options.

Complete this sentence: I can’t travel without … Mosquito repellent and sunscreen. I am a heavy doser and really dread the imminent studies coming out showing what all the chemicals do to us.

Sara   /   Feb 19,2018   /   0 Comments / 1,168 views

Rose has been hinting on her official twitter a couple of times lately that’s she been working on a new project: a musical feature film! Earlier this year, she reveled she was back home in New Zealand where she was working with director David Stubbs. Davis has been working on the project “Daffodils” since 2016, and we are so excited to share with you that our very own Rose has been cast as the lead character Rose!

Below you can read an old article/interview with Stubbs, where he discusses the project and how he thinks it’s going to be a big hit. You can read the full interview + watch a video where he talks about the film at the source here. Now that the filming has officially began, we’ll hopefully be treated to some on set photos and more information soon. We’ve all been hoping to hear more of Rose’s beautiful singing voice for so many years now, so I really can’t wait for this film! Stay tuned for any new information, we’ll keep you posted.

Daffodils, the musical play deep in the hearts of many Kiwis, could become the next smash-hit film from New Zealand. Kiwi director and producer David Stubbs, will fly to London in search of backers next month, to make his dream come true. Stubbs believes international film fans will be charmed by the real-life love story. “I think this is the big one. I believe it will resonate strongly with audiences.”

“This is a good sign because only a few films outside Europe are invited. I’m very confident.” As co-founder of Emmy Award-winning television and film production company KHF Media, Stubbs will pitch the script to the world’s top sales agents at the Production Finance Market (PFM). Sales agents are responsible for distributing films to international markets and are some of the most powerful people in the film industry. “The objective is to lock in overseas distribution deals and to do that you need to try and get as much overseas investment as possible.” Being invited to the PFM indicated Daffodils had potential to cross over to an international audience, he said. “I’m hopeful that Daffodils will be the next big film overseas.”

In the past it had been hard to pitch New Zealand films internationally, but now there was an appetite for world cinema and there was a large market in Europe for Kiwi stories. “I think there is a freshness about Daffodils in terms of our culture and music that will appeal. It has a strong classic storyline with the universal themes of love and regret and involves great Kiwi music. We are confident it will appeal to people overseas.” Stubbs likened the movie to the Oscar winning Irish film, Once. The New Zealand film industry was in a positive phase and there was a lot of buzz about Kiwi film-makers overseas, he said.

Productions such as Hunt for the Wilderpeople and Tickled had been great ambassadors for New Zealand. “Hunt for the Wilderpeople is an example of a Kiwi story that is resonating overseas and making money. It has opened the door a bit for me. It’s a good time for New Zealand film-makers.” More New Zealand audiences than ever were now watching Kiwi movies, which was a good sign, he said. “Film-makers are proving there is no cultural cringe like there used to be.”

Stubbs last movie Belief: The Possession of Janet Moses was a documentary about the 2007 exorcism death of a woman from Stubbs’ home suburb of Wainuiomata. “Belief was a very difficult film to make and a sad story that was quite gruelling for all of us. After that I decided the next project should be something that showed another side of New Zealand culture.” Daffodils was about the misunderstanding of unspoken things that put relationships at risk and explores why some things are not said and how Kiwi men act in relationships, he said. | Read full story at source