To everyone who shelled out for that Veronica Mars movie Kickstarter, here's some definitive confirmation Kristen Bell did not secretly fund a When in Rome sequel. It's a full trailer for the film, which sees the titular heroine dropping her potential law career to return home and solve another post-Nancy Drew mystery. It doesn't seem to have really expanded much on the source material--plot, craft, or scope-wise--but it does, undoubtedly, look like a Veronica Mars movie. So maybe now creator Rob Thomas can get back to that Party Down thing?
If you're one of the 91 thousand people who gave Rob Thomas over five-and-a-half million dollars, you'll be pleased to learn that he indeed made good on using that to make a Veronica Mars movie. The creator and some of his key cast debuted a sneak peek at Comic Con over the wee... / Continue →
Kristen Bell is 29 and, like so many a 23-to-35-year-old protagonist of an indie dramedy, is directionless and filled with most of Zach Braff's ennui. So, she returns to her old job of being a lifeguard and moves back in with her parents in her hometown, where she falls for som... / Continue →
Veronica Mars: The Motion Picture is a go. In a testament to fans' power of paying for things, Rob Thomas's Veronica Mars movie Kickstarter has already made its goal, climbing over its $2 million funding minimum within its first day. Given that there's still a month left for ol... / Continue →