July 19, 2013 | 1:37 p.m.
The cast of “Veronica Mars” is still shooting the show’s big-screen comeback, but writer Rob Thomas, Kristen Bell and the rest of the Neptune High crew assembled before fans at Comic-Con’s Hall H to debut new footage, reminisce, and thank the fans who gave $5.7 million via Kickstarter to see their favorite girl detective back in action. The film version wraps Monday, and Thomas, who wrote and directed, says he hopes its just the first of many (though he’s hoping the studio will just give him the money for the next one.) “I want to be a Bond franchise,” Thomas said. FULL COVERAGE: San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Though footage from the new movie was screened, there’s still no hint as to what the plot or mystery will be. We do know that Veronica hasn’t worked as a private investigator since […]
March 20, 2013 | 1:07 p.m.
“Veronica Mars” star Kristen Bell, and the show’s creator Rob Thomas know you probably have some questions about how their groundbreaking, crowd-funded “Veronica Mars” movie is going to work. And they would like to answer those questions on Thursday by way of a live chat on Twitter, beginning at 11 A.M. PDT. Predictably, they announced the chat on Twitter too: “Attn marshmallows! @RobThomas & I r doin a Live Twitter Chat tmrw @ 11AM PT- use #veronicamarsmovie & we’ll answer ur questions! RT!” Bell wrote, using her pet name for “Veronica Mars” fans. ‘Veronica Mars’ film a go, thanks to a kick from Kickstarter “Abandoned my personal pledge to never join Twitter, just so I can follow your #veronicamarsmovie chat tomorrow,” wrote @LRPeacock, in what did indeed appear to be the user’s first tweet ever. “Guess we better throw a great […]
March 13, 2013 | 6:52 p.m.
Holy cow marshmallows: You sure do love your “Veronica Mars.” On Wednesday morning, the show’s creator Rob Thomas, and its leading lady Kristen Bell launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $2 million for a “Veronica Mars” feature film that would take place at the acid tongue sleuth’s 10th high school reunion. Devoted fans did not hesitate to reach into their wallets, and in less than 24 hours they had raised the $2 million needed to get the project funded. The project hit the $2-million number around 6 p.m. PDT. “Hallelujah! It’s a green light my friends. I love you all, but particularly the donors among you,” Thomas tweeted Wednesday night. But that doesn’t mean the fundraising will stop. “Okay, here it is! Stretch goal. $3 Million or Logan Echolls doesn’t survive the movie! #VeronicaMars, #IMKristenBell,” Thomas wrote on his twitter […]