Jason Dohring, Kristen Bell
Alright, marshmallows, we waited seven years for this — and it was worth every frakking second!
The Veronica Mars movie was filled with all the secrets, romance and yes, even murder, that we've come to expect from the franchise. But how did the cast feel about some of the film's biggest twists? TVGuide.com spoke to the stars and creator Rob Thomas at the New York City premiere to weigh in on where Veronica (Kristen Bell) ended up, who she ended up with and more.
[Warning: The following contains major spoilers from the Veronica Mars movie.]
The Veronica Mars movie has an official release date: March 14.
According to Entertainment Weekly, which broke the news, creator Rob Thomas was hoping to debut the film exactly a year after launching the movie's Kickstarter campaign, which garnered $2 million in just the first day.
Martin Starr, Ken Marino
Martin Starr and Ken Marino will reunite with their Party Down co-stars for the upcoming Veronica Mars movie, Rob Thomas announced on Kickstarter.
Starr, who was not in the original series, will join the cast as Lou "Cobb" Cobbler, another '09er returning for the school's 10-year reunion. Marino will reprise his role as private detective Vinnie Van Lowe.
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"I'm so incredibly excited to work with Rob and Dan and Kristen and Enrico once again!" Starr said in the announcement. "Each one a treasure in a flesh casing."
Marino left his message, via his character, in the video below:
Kristen Bell and Ryan Hansen
Ryan Hansen is returning to the Veronica Mars movie as Dick Casablancas, the 09er-turned-Pi Sig frat boy with a heart of gold, Rob Thomas announced Friday.
The B---- is back.
Krysten Ritter, who most-recently starred on ABC's Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, has signed on for the Veronica Mars film, creator Rob Thomas announced Friday...
Francis Capra will reprise his role in the upcoming Veronica Mars film, creator Rob Thomas Monday.
In the original series...
Kristen Bell, Chris Lowell
Percy Daggs III and Chris Lowell will reprise their roles in the upcoming Veronica Mars film, creator Rob Thomas announced over the weekend...
Wow. A Wallace-centric episode and Percy Daggs III certainly didn’t disappoint. The usual comic-relief sidekick got a chance to show off his acting range with the deeply angry emotions of his mother's betrayal. And he got to show off his vocal range by singing “Papa Was a Rolling Stone.” He’s actually got a pretty decent voice. But his assessment of his one-way relationship with Veronica was painful and a little bit true. The hurt in his voice when he told his best friend that “It’s your world, we just live in it” was palpable and brutally honest. Thankfully, his loyal pal came to her senses and didn’t try and get payback against annoying Jackie, out of respect for Wallace. When the be-yatch Jackie showed up at the homecoming dance with Logan, the pint-size detective spun out of control with emotion over the fact that this woman would hurt her friend Wallace. Too bad Jackie was the one with the words that stabbed like a knife about Veronica wanting every man to find he