VERONICA MARS Creator Rob Thomas Says Movie Is Still Alive

Reports of the death of the Veronica Mars movie have been greatly exaggerated says show creator Rob Thomas. After its cancellation in 2007, fans have been clamoring to see a new mystery for the sardonic detective (played by Kristen Bell) to solve.



A film version was believed to be dead after Bell said there was a script but Thomas denied it. Thomas has now clarified the situation to EW and says there was a treatment that he took to Warner Bros. and producer Joel Silver, but the studio said there wasn't enough awareness of the property to give a greenlight. However, Thomas says he's still looking for a way to make the movie.


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Aug 22, 2010 2:42AM EDT

Why do all the good ones have to come to an end? I loved both Veronica Mars and Cupid (both CW shows). I love the idea of watching her grow up then head off to the FBI. I love relating to her. Found this on Netflix and have been addicted ever since. They should have hulu, NBC, or ABC pick this up and finish it. Or even Marvel or DC. Someone should just pay for it and finish filming it. The crime noir feminine lead here rocks. I can't wait until Netflix and hulu (ie the fans) are the ones who get to choose what airs and what gets cut. That's how Chuck got saved, the fans (and Facebook/Twitter).

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