Comic-Con 2014: 'iZombie' screening canceled due to casting changes

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San Diego Comic-Con 2014 attendees attending preview night were surprised to learn the planned screening of Rob Thomas' "iZombie" pilot was canceled at the last minute. It was scheduled to be shown along with "The Flash," "Constantine," and "Teen Titans Go!" Instead, "The Flash" was shown a second time.

A Warner Bros. TV publicist tells Zap2it the screening was pulled due to ongoing casting changes in the series. However, the scheduled Friday panel for the show will include an exclusive extended preview of the series that runs around 15 minutes.

The changes being made are not to those cast members scheduled to attend the panel (Rose McIver, Malcolm Goodwin, Rahul Kohli and Robert Buckley). Furthermore, former "Once Upon a Time" star David Anders has been added to the lineup, along with Thomas and executive producer Diane Ruggiero-Wright.
Photo/Video credit: The CW