From the minute you hear Kristen Bell's hard-boiled voiceover, it's clear that some things never change — though Veronica might allege she has. Veronica Mars' titular hero claims to have moved on from her time as a teen detective ("Trust me, I know how dumb that sounds.") in favor of a prestigious career as a New York lawyer. Though Veronica might claim to be a marshmallow now, when she learns Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring) is a murder suspect (again!) she doesn't hesitate before resorting back to the righteously indignant and dogged detective we fell for all those years ago.
So who's Logan suspected of murdering this time? None other than Carrie Bishop (Andrea Estella), or as the world now knows her, Bonnie DeVille, troubled pop star and Logan's ex-girlfriend. (How many dead ex-girlfriends can one guy have?)
Can't wait to find out more? Here are eight things to know about the Veronica Mars movie before its premiere:
The highly anticipated Veronica Mars movie hits theaters this month, but you don't have to wait another two weeks to watch the film's opening scene!
Veronica Mars will be available On-Demand same day as theatrical release
Warner Bros. has released the first two minutes of the movie. For newbies, the clip will bring you up to speed with what went down on the cult TV show's three seasons. And for the longtime fans, there's a fun little shout-out at the end.
Jamie Lee Curtis has signed on for what could mark her first TV series in more than two decades.
The veteran actress will star in the CBS medical drama pilot from Brothers & Sisters executive producer David Marshall Grant, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Good news, Veronica Mars fans: You can watch the movie at home the same day it's released in theaters.
Veronica Mars Trailer: Does Veronica Still Love Logan?
According to The Wall Street Journal, Warner Bros. will make the film available for rent and purchase on March 14, the day the movie hits theaters. This marks the first time one of Hollywood's six major studios has simultaneously released a movie and made it available at home in the U.S. Warner Bros. was able to bypass the usual 90-day theatrical window because it's renting out 260 AMC theaters for distribution.
Taxi and Numb3rs alum Judd Hirsch is plotting a possible return to the small screen.
The Oscar-nominated actor has joined ABC's supernatural pilot...