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2007 - Present
The two announced their engagement in January 2010, after three years of dating. The couple quietly tied the knot in...
2002 - 2007
Bell and Mann -- a producer who has worked on "Fanboys," "Fifty Pills," "What We Do Is Secret," and "More Than a Game...
1995 - 1996
Glee star Matthew Morrison once dated Heroes actress Kristen Bell. “I actually went to college with Matty Morrison...

Kristen Bell Ages Anna From Childhood to Adolescence to Grown-Up in Live Version of 'Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?'

By JJ Duncan on
May the Frozen videos never end! Today's big YouTube clip from the kingdom of Arendelle comes via a live cast performance with Kristen Bell singing "Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?". The best part? Watching her cycle through Anna's childhood, adolescent, and grown-up voices. The video comes from a charity performance a couple months ago that's just now making its way online. Enjoy!Read Full Story

12 In-Jokes and Pop Culture References from the 'Veronica Mars' Movie

By JJ Duncan on
As we've noted, the new Veronica Mars movie is like a love letter to the show's fans. It's packed with cameos, in-jokes, pop culture references, and major fan service moments. So many in fact we'd have a hard time enumerating them all here. But here are some of the big ones. SPOILERS AHEAD! 1. "I'm a Marshmallow" The movie opens with a What-You-Missed style recap of three seasons of the Veronica Mars TV show. It would be unusual for most movies to start that way, but not this one. It sets the...Read Full Story

Review: 'Veronica Mars' Is a Love Letter to the Fans Who Funded It

By JJ Duncan on
Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) and Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring) reunite in Veronica Mars. (From Warner Bros.)Veronica Mars is the ultimate in fan fulfillment. Made for, and funded by, the cult following that sprung up around the criminally ignored teen detective show that premiered in 2004, the movie is a love letter to the people who made it happen.Creator/director Rob Thomas seems thrilled to embrace the very things fans love about his show. He packs quirks, in-jokes, and pop culture...Read Full Story

The History of Veronica Mars and Logan Echolls' Epic Relationship in GIFs

By Hayley Igarashi on
(UPN)A long time ago, they used to be friends — it just didn't last long. In between mayhem and murder, betrayal and bus crashes, Kristen Bell's Veronica and Jason Dohring's Logan weaseled their way in and out of felony charges, in and out of bar fights, and in and out of make-out sessions. For many fans, their relationship — through good times and really, really bad times — was and always will be the real romance at the heart of Veronica Mars. (Sorry, Duncan and Piz.)With the Veronica Mars...Read Full Story

Let's Investigate the New 'Veronica Mars' Movie Trailer

By Jill Slattery on
It's finally here, Marshmallows!The official Veronica Mars movie trailer hit the web on Thursday night, bringing back all the Neptune friends (and foes) fans have been missing since the show went off the air back in '07. The premise of the movie has Veronica (Kristen Bell) leaving her cushy life in New York to help ex-boyfriend Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring), who's been accused of murder. Her trip back to Neptune also coincides with her 10 year high school reunion. The fan-funded flick doesn't...Read Full Story

Kristen Bell was attending New York University in 2001 when she left to take a key role as Becky Thatcher in the short-lived Broadway musical of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. That same year she officially made her credited film debut in Pootie Tang (though her appearance in that film exists only in the credit sequence), and she auditioned for the Smallville TV role of Chloe Sullivan (the part eventually won by Allison Mack). In 2002, she appeared in the Broadway revival of The Crucible.
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Bell then appeared in a handful of television shows as a special guest before landing a role in the Hallmark movie The King and Queen of Moonlight Bay in 2003. A year later, she appeared in the television movie Gracie's Choice.
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In 2004, Bell made her big-screen debut, appearing in David Mamet's Spartan as Laura Newton, the President's kidnapped daughter, acting alongside Val Kilmer. Following this, Bell's career continued to progress as she won the role of the title character in UPN's drama Veronica Mars, which was launched in the fall of 2004. The show has earned positive reviews from television critics, as has Bell's performance, which some critics have mentioned as potentially worthy of an Emmy nomination. The show was renewed for a third season and returned on a new network, The CW.
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Bell also has guest-starred on HBO's drama Deadwood in a two episode story-arc, the episodes Bullock Returns to the Camp and Suffer the Little Children.
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Bell received major publicity in 2005 when she was chosen to perform the theme from Fame on the "Emmy Idol" portion of the 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.Bell's performance was very well received by fans and critics. Kristen Bell and Veronica Mars were nominated for 2 Teen Choice Awards in 2005 for "Choice Breakout Actress" and "Choice Breakout TV Show". Bell won the Saturn Award in 2006 for "Best Actress on Television". The show also was nominated for "Best Network Television Show".
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Bell appears as Gracie in Fifty Pills, a Tribeca Film Festival entry which premiered in April 2006, and continues to star in Veronica Mars. She currently is filming Fanboys, also to be released in 2006.
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She now lives in Los Angeles and has made several appearances on popular late-night television shows. A film version of her off-Broadway musical Reefer Madness (a spoof of the 1938 exploitation film of the same name, which was in turn based on an anti-marijuana propaganda film entitled Tell Your Children) debuted on the Showtime network in April 2005, with Bell reprising the role which she played in the musical.
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She appeared in a short independent film called The Receipt. She also has roles in the films Roman and Pulse, both scheduled for release in 2006; the latter is an American remake of the Japanese horror film Kairo.
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