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Years after walking away from her past as a young private eye, Veronica Mars gets pulled back to her hometown, just in time for her high school reunion, in order to help her old flame Logan... See more »

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Veronica Mars
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Logan Echolls
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Keith Mars
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Stosh 'Piz' Piznarski
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Wallace Fennel
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Cindy 'Mac' Mackenzie
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Gia Goodman
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Stu 'Cobb' Cobbler
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Ruby Jetson
Andrea Estella ...
Bonnie DeVille
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Sheriff Dan Lamb
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Eli 'Weevil' Navarro
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Dick Casablancas
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Deputy Jerry Sacks
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Deputy Lyles
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Luke Haldeman
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Leo D'Amato
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Cliff McCormack
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Madison Sinclair
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Corny
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Jade
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Mrs. Quan (as Akiko Ann Morison)
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Penny
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Susan Knight
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Celeste Kane
Charles Latibeaudiere ...
Himself
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Himself
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Bouncer
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The Low Rent DJ
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Himself
Alejandro Escovedo ...
Grungy Busker
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Leonard March
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Doctor
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60-Year-Old Rocker (as Dave 'Gruber' Allen)
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JC Borden
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Drunken Canadian
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Mrs. Barnes
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Slick Fellow Applicant
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Beefy Deputy
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Martina Vasquez
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Receptionist
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TV Reporter Two
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Gayle Buckley
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Overconfident Club Boy
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'Roid Tale
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Vapid Tool
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Vinnie Van Lowe
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Sean Friedrich
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Principal Van Clemmons
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Punk #1
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Stosh's Mother (uncredited)
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Hedge Fund Guy (uncredited)
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Student (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Drunk Canadian (uncredited)
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Motorcycle Rider (uncredited)
Steven Dengler ...
'The Jean Genie' Video Host (uncredited)
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James Franco (uncredited)
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Deputy #1 (uncredited)
Robbie Heacock ...
Extra - Purple T-Shirt (uncredited)
Robert Herald ...
Deputy (uncredited)
Parker Kinley ...
Girl on Pier / Girl in Airport (uncredited)
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News Reporter #1 (uncredited)
Joshua Lassman ...
09er (uncredited)
Alexis Link ...
Reunion Attendee (uncredited)
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Drunken Wingman (uncredited)
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Biker (uncredited)
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Biker (uncredited)
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Mean Girl at Party (uncredited)
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Valet Attendant (uncredited)
Nora Sakal ...
Ferocious Girl (uncredited)
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Biker (uncredited)
Filip Watermann ...
Biker (uncredited)
Martin Yu ...
Mr. Wu (uncredited)

Directed by

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Rob Thomas

Written by

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Rob Thomas ... (screenplay) &
Diane Ruggiero-Wright ... (screenplay) (as Diane Ruggiero)
 
Rob Thomas ... (story)
 
Rob Thomas ... (characters)

Produced by

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Ivan Askwith ... associate producer
Kristen Bell ... executive producer
Dan Etheridge ... producer
Jenny Hinkey ... executive producer / line producer
Andrew Mellett ... executive producer (as Andy Mellett)
Daniel Ornstein ... executive producer
Michael Sanducci ... producer
Joel Silver ... executive producer
Danielle Stokdyk ... producer
Rob Thomas ... producer

Music by

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Josh Kramon

Cinematography by

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Ben Kutchins ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Daniel Gabbe ... (edited by)

Editorial Department

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Jill Bogdanowicz ... colorist
Mohammed Saad Buhamad ... assistant editor
Corey Dumais ... post-production assistant
Carl S.G. Moore ... digital intermediate producer
Tom Pilla ... first assistant editor
Jack Watts ... senior digital cinema compressionist

Casting By

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Deedee Bradley
Anya Colloff
Michael V. Nicolo

Production Design by

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Jeff Schoen

Art Direction by

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Elizabeth Cummings

Set Decoration by

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Cindy Coburn
Jill McGraw

Costume Design by

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Genevieve Tyrrell

Makeup Department

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Maria Alejandra Garcia ... key makeup artist
Vivian Maxwell ... makeup artist
Amy McHale ... hair stylist
Georgette Sweet ... hair stylist
Ross Williams ... assistant hair stylist

Production Management

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Jan Kikumoto ... post-production supervisor
Alice S. Kim ... production supervisor: additional photography
Ralph Paredes ... post-production executive

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Steven Buhai ... second second assistant director
Rob Burgess ... first assistant director
David Hallinan ... first assistant director
Cindy King ... second second assistant director
Scott Remick ... second assistant director
Pete Waterman ... second second assistant director (additional photography)

Art Department

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Jason Bartolone ... general foreman
Timothy Burgard ... storyboard artist
Chris J. Champagne ... Set Dec Buyer
Dustin Dean Davis ... on set dresser
Amina Allean Dieye ... set decorating buyer
Canada Johanna Gordon ... art department coordinator
Gary Hidalgo ... set painter
Sean Langdon ... gang boss
Ray Maxwell ... construction foreman
Felice Orefice III ... paint foreman / set painter
Tomas Sallvin ... construction coordinator
E. Colleen Saro ... prop master
Steve Seine ... leadman (as Steven Seine)
Ilya Seperich ... assistant property master
Raleigh Stewart ... title design
Josh Webb ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Adam Blantz ... boom operator
Walter Michael Bost ... adr editor (as Walt Bost) / supervising sound editor (as Walt Bost)
Zane D. Bruce ... foley artist
Christian Buenaventura ... dialogue editor
Rachel Corrales ... sound effects editor
Evan Daum ... adr mixer
Vanessa Davis ... foley editor
Kevin Faber ... utility sound: additional photography
Christopher Flowers ... audio description narrator
Judah Getz ... adr mixer
Steven D. Grothe ... sound mixer
Tim Hays ... sound mixer (additional photography)
Adam Jenkins ... re-recording mixer
Jason Krane ... dialogue editor
Steve Lederer ... foley editor
Craig Mann ... re-recording mixer
Billy Spottiswood ... sound utility
Zach Wrobel ... boom operator (additional photography)
Antony Zeller ... foley mixer

Special Effects by

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Chris Nelson ... special effects supervisor
Ken Rudell ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Dave Isaac Santos Abuel ... digital compositor
Anthony Barcelo ... compositing supervisor: Drawn By the Light VFX / lead compositor: Drawn By the Light VFX
Jacob Eaton ... visual effects coordinator
Megan Fernandez ... visual effects artist
Jeffrey Hebner ... visual effects artist
Jason Howey ... visual effects supervisor
Benjamin Kantor ... visual effects artist: The Institution Post
Sarah Maloney ... visual effects producer: Institution Post
Gregory Nazarian ... rotoscope artist
Gary Oldroyd ... visual effects supervisor
James Pina ... digital compositor
Jonathan Podwil ... digital matte painter
Renée Reizman ... visual effects coordinator: Drawn by the Light
Luca Gabriele Rossetti ... visual effects: Mythic Digital
Charles Roxburgh ... visual effects artist: The Institution Post
David Shorey ... visual effects artist
Troy Taroy ... visual effects
Chris B. Schnitzer ... director of visual effects (uncredited)
Scott Stokdyk ... visual effects consultant (uncredited)

Stunts

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Damien Bray ... stunt performer
Dan Brown ... stunt performer / stunts
Allison Caetano ... stunt double: Kristen Bell
Brycen Counts ... stunts
Shawn Crowder ... stunt double: Ryan Hansen
Zack Duhame ... stunt performer / stunts
Kofi Elam ... stunt double: Percy Daggs
Timothy Eulich ... stunts (as Tim Eulich)
Jeremy Fitzgerald ... stunts
Kevin Foster ... stunts
Melissa Gomez ... stunt double: Bonnie DeVille (as Melissa Lila Gomez)
Adam Hart ... stunt performer
Paul Lacovara ... stunt double: Jason Dohring
Brendan O'Meara ... stunt double: Chris Lowell
Chad Parker ... stunt double: Francis Capra
Denney Pierce ... stunt coordinator
Kym Stys ... stunt double: Amanda Noret

Camera and Electrical Department

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Joseph Arena ... additional cinematographer
John L. Baker ... key video assist operator
Jason Bauer ... digital imaging technician
Ashley Beveridge ... grip
Rowan Byers ... grip
Brandon M. Cox ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Jonathan Coyne ... key grip
Kevin Culligan ... grip
Carlos Doerr ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Micky Froehlich ... camera operator: "a" camera
Jesse Gregson ... electrician
Jonathan Haaz ... grip
Skip Haswell ... b dolly grip: additional photography
Justen Hernandez ... dolly grip
Kaoru Ishizuka ... assistant camera
Kaiyoti ... grip
Lawrence Karman ... a camera operator
Alex Konowitz ... grip
Chris Murphy ... camera operator: day player
Marlow Nunez ... grip
Jason Oldak ... camera operator: "c" camera
Neil G. Phillips ... grip
Casey Slade ... grip
Mariana Sánchez de Antuñano ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Sean Tanner ... chief lighting technician
Erica Thurlow ... grip
Randy Vega ... grip
Martijn Veltman ... gaffer: additional photography
Tom Villa ... best boy grip
Troy N. Wade ... dolly grip: additional photography
T.J. Williams Jr. ... camera operator "b" camera
Steve Wolfe ... first assistant camera: "b" camera

Casting Department

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Darya Balyura ... casting associate
Sara Cozolino ... extras casting assistant
Amanda Lee Jacoby ... casting assistant
Michael Schiavone ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Heidi Higginbotham ... costume supervisor
Unchin Lee ... key costumer
Jessica Posada ... costumer
Jill Rakovitis ... costumer

Location Management

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Caleb Duffy ... location manager
Bill Whirity ... location assistant

Music Department

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Angela Claverie ... music editor
Chris McGeary ... supervising music editor
Micki Stern ... music clearance
Joel Aaron Thompson ... score mixer (as Joel Thompson)
Kasey Truman ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Ted Joneson ... production van driver operator
Michael Perrotti ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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John Bellina ... set staff assistant
Bob Dearden ... production assistant
Alyssa Feener ... assistant production coordinator
Tal Fiala ... account executive
Charles W. Francis ... production finance executive
Orlando R. Gonzales ... production coordinator
Johnny Holland ... first assistant accountant
Tyler Holtman ... post -production assistant
John Jamieson ... production assistant
Courtney LaBree ... assistant production coordinator
Jessamyn Land ... set production assistant
Susan Murphy ... production accountant
Brian Nailing ... cook
Lucas Brock Paul ... assistant to Rob Thomas (as Lucas Paul)
Michael Perez ... special thanks
Callie Powers ... production assistant (additional photography)
Santos P. Rodriguez ... chef
Paula Rose ... payroll accountant
Tracy Scott ... script supervisor
Emma Siegel ... office production assistant: additional photography
Kevin M. Slee ... office production assistant
Steve Stringer ... production assistant
Ross Tatelman ... cast assistant
Amber Taylor ... account executive
Jud Zumwalt ... production assistant
Tom Poole ... photo double for Enrico Colantoni (uncredited)

Thanks

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Jacob Dubizhansky ... thank you
Donald Farmer ... thanks
Mike Gencarelli ... special thanks
Craig Mitchell ... special thanks
Lindsay Powell ... special thanks / thanks

Production Companies

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Former teenage private eye and now an aspiring New York City lawyer, Veronica Mars gets one phone call from ex-boyfriend Logan Echolls and she gets pulled right back into the seedy underbelly of Neptune, California. Logan's pop star girlfriend, Bonnie DeVille, has been murdered and he needs Veronica's help to clear his name. DeVille is a fellow Neptune High alum, and her murder and Veronica's return to Neptune coincide with their 10-year high school reunion. Veronica is face to face with old friends and foes alike and finds it's much harder to leave home a second time. Written by Anne Campbell

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Taglines She thought she was out See more »
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Also Known As
  • Veronica Mars: The Movie (United States)
  • The Veronica Mars Movie Project (United States)
  • Veronika Marsová (Czech Republic)
  • Veronica Mars - Il film (Italy)
  • Veronika Marsová (Slovakia)
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Runtime
  • 107 min
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Box Office

Budget $6,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $1,988,351, 16 Mar 2014

Did You Know?

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Trivia At the police department, Leo (Max Greenfield) comments that he heard a rumor that Veronica (Kristen Bell) was working for the F.B.I., to which she replies "another life maybe". A trailer for the cancelled fourth season of Veronica Mars (2004) was released by Director Rob Thomas, showing Veronica's first few days with the F.B.I. See more »
Goofs When Veronica and Piz are talking at Piz's job at "This American Life," an extra can be seen in the background looking at the ground to realize she missed her mark, then stepping backwards to position herself correctly. See more »
Movie Connections Features Veronica Mars (2004). See more »
Soundtracks We Used to be Friends See more »
Crazy Credits The very end of the closing credits include a thank you to the fans and backers: "This movie would never have been possible without the endless faith and support of our fans around the world, and especially the 91,585 backers who pledged on Kickstarter to bring Veronica back to life. Thank you for never giving up, and for helping us do the impossible." See more »
Quotes Madison Sinclair: Veronica! You must be so proud. Just because you were an unpopular bitch, you had to ruin it for everybody else.
Veronica Mars: I'd stop there.
Madison Sinclair: Oh, would you? What are you gonna do? Use your stun gun on me? Don't you think that's gotten a bit old?
Veronica Mars: [punches Madison] Original enough for ya?
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