Set some ten years after the events of the cancelled cult WB series, Kristen Bell reprises her signature role as wisecracking title character in Veronica Mars: The Movie. The film was only made possible by passionate fans who went out of their way finically to assure the Kickstarter campaign would see the young amateur sleuth’s return. Creator Rob Thomas directs the film and brings a number of original cast back together for more fun-filled and thrilling mysteries.
We can now confirm the film will arrive in Us cinemas on the 14th March 2014. In addition, we have the first clip.
- Craig Hunter
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