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
(Zimbio)Tomorrow, the Veronica Mars movie will open in limited release the same day it's made available on-demand. For fans, it's the pay-off for a long and arduous process that started with a lot of agitating that led to a successful Kickstarter campaign, and finally to a movie that catches up with the Neptune High gang nearly 10 years after the show's 2004 premiere.To mark the occasion, we had a chance to speak with castmembers Krysten Ritter, Jason Dohring, Chris Lowell, and Ryan Hansen...Read Full Story
(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
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
(UPN)Stop what you're doing right now: Cult classic television series Veronica Mars wants to make a movie — and it needs your help.The fan favorite series that starred Kristen Bell as a teenage detective was canceled in 2007 after just three seasons, but now it's back with a Kickstarter campaign aimed at finally making a big screen version a reality (via EW). The campaign, launched by Bell and Mars creator Rob Thomas aims to raise $2 million in 30 days for a low-budget Veronica Mars movie, to...Read Full Story
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