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We know who killed Lilly Kane. We know who crashed the school bus. We know who murdered the Dean and the identity of the Heart College serial rapist. But there's one question still plaguing Veronica Mars fans: What the frak happened to Duncan Kane?!
Teddy Dunn was a core cast member for the first half of ofVeronica Mars' run -- until he was abruptly written off and never directly acknowledged in the series again. But now that Veronica Mars is experiencing a renaissance — not to mention its 10th anniversary — the questions surrounding Dunn's exit have resurfaced.
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- Sadie Gennis
The Veronica Mars cast is taking this whole “reunion” thing to the next level.
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Premiering in mid-September on CW Seed, Play It Again, Dick will star Ryan Hansen (as himself) as he attempts to get a show made about his Mars character, Dick Casablancas. Filming on the eight-episode series has wrapped, and thanks to BuzzFeed, we now know which of our favorite Marshmallows we’ll be seeing again very soon.
Slated to appear, both as themselves and their Mars characters, are: Kristen Bell »
Back in January, it was announced that Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas is behind a new web series for CW Seed, which centers on both the actor Ryan Hansen and his Dick Casablancas character from the original series and the Veronica Mars movie. Today, it has been confirmed that the web series will be entitled Play It Again, Dick, and will feature Veronica Mars stars Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars), Jason Dohring (Logan Echolls), Enrico Colantoni (Keith Mars), Percy Daggs III (Wallace Fennel), Daran Norris (Cliff McCormack), Francis Capra (Eli "Weevil" Navarro), Kyle Gallner (Cassidy "Beaver" Casablancas) and Christopher B. Duncan (Clarence Wiedman), all playing both their fictional characters and real-life versions of themselves.
The show will follow Ryan Hansen trying to kickstart his writing career by crafting a spin-off of the Veronica Mars series. Here's how series creator Rob Thomas described the project back in January, comparing it to Party Down. »
The "Veronica Mars" cast is reuniting for Rob Thomas's previously-announced meta-spinoff "Play It Again, Dick." With filming on the eight-episode web series now complete, Buzzfeed has revealed that all your favorite stars from the cult-favorite Upn detective show are set to reprise their "Veronica Mars" roles in the spinoff alongside lead star Ryan Hansen, who will play both a fictionalized version of himself and his "Veronica Mars" character Dick Casablancas. "Play It Again, Dick's" meta conceit will see Hansen attempting to capitalize on his "Veronica Mars" fame (and current Kickstarter-funded revival) by creating a spinoff series entitled "Play It Again, Dick," in which Kristen Bell (playing a "skewed" version of herself) has begrudgingly agreed to reprise her role as Veronica. Also on board for the series are a host of "Veronica Mars" cast members including: Jason Dohring as Logan Echolls and Jason Dohring Percy Daggs III as Wallace Fennel »
- Chris Eggertsen
There are several things you should know about "Veronica Mars." First, you should know that it's great. While I think the full run of the show, seasons one through three, is uneven at times, particularly towards the end, the high points are so high, and the basic heart and soul of the show is so durable, that I am completely puzzled as to why it was ever anything less than a ratings gargantuan. Second, you should know that the new film leans heavily on the relationships of the characters in the series, and at least in script form, it never felt like it was slowed down or over-explained for newcomers. It's very much a next chapter of "Veronica Mars," and that should have fans very excited. The film's arriving in theaters tomorrow, and unfortunately, Netflix Instant doesn't currently have the show in its library. You can find it at iTunes and Amazon Prime, »
- Drew McWeeny
There are a lot of fun, fangirl reasons that Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring) is the right match for Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) -- one of the most epic first kisses in TV history, ridiculous on-screen chemistry, their 'shipper name is LoVe, etc.
But there is so much to it than that. Logan and Veronica belong together, and with just over a week until the "Veronica Mars" movie premiere, here's why LoVe will hopefully be rekindled in the feature film.
On the show, long before LoVe started connecting as characters, even when Logan was being a complete unprintable-word to Veronica, the two actors positively sizzled on screen. That's the foundation for the pairing. Bell has more on-screen chemistry with Dohring than she has with Chris Lowell (Piz), Teddy Dunn (Duncan) and Max Greenfield (Leo) put together.
The relationship, however, was a lot more complicated than smoldering looks and hot make-out sessions. »
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