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Six years after it swung the axe, The CW has decided it wants more Veronica Mars after all. The network announced today that it is developing a spinoff of the cult detective series, for its digital arm CW Seed. Original series creator Rob Thomas is attached, though no stars have been announced yet. More details after the jump.

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Veronica Mars

High school reunions feel a bit passe in the age of Facebook and Twitter, but even those who tossed out their own ten-year invites may want to RSVP for Neptune High’s.

The first Veronica Mars theatrical trailer has finally arrived, just ten months after Rob Thomas turned to Kickstarter to ask the so-called “Marshmallows” to make the long-rumored sequel a reality. And what a reality it is.The promo has everything a fan could ask for: romance, mystery, action, snark, and intrigue, not to mention cameos by everyone from Madison (Amanda Noret) to Dick (Ryan Hansen) to Officer Leo (Max Greenfield). Check it out after the jump.

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Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas turned to Kickstarter this past spring, nearly six years after the last episode had aired on The CW to ask fans for their support in making the long-promised movie happen. The so-called “Marshmallows” responded enthusiastically, crushing the $2 million goal in less than twelve hours. Now they’re finally about to be rewarded for their fervor.

Thomas announced today that Warner Bros. will release the movie, officially titled Veronica Mars, on March 14, 2014. Hit the jump for more on their distribution plans, plus a clip of Madison and Veronica trading barbs.

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It’s been a little over six months since the Veronica Mars movie was dramatically funded via Kickstarter, and the film has already completed its primary shoot. We’ve seen a bit of footage, and now there’s a new behind the scenes featurette that shows off some footage and fills viewers in on some of the film’s character backstory. In short, this is all about the love triangle between Veronica (Kristen Bell), Logan (Jason Dohring), and Piz (Chris Lowell). Oh, and there’s the fact that one of them is in trouble, which is what kicks off the plot. Read More »

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Though the book has been around for 150 years, and the Broadway musical for over 30, Les Miserables had a big comeback last year thanks to Hollywood. Tom Hooper’s hit adaptation, which won three Oscars including Best Supporting Actress, brought Victor Hugo’s story into the public conscious like never before. Now the story is being adapted for television, with a modern setting.

Rob Thomas, the creator of Veronica Mars, has teamed with writer Graham Norris to create a modern version of the story that might air on Fox. Read More »

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For longtime fans of Veronica Mars, the sight of Rob Thomas and Kristen Bell promoting the new movie in front of thousands of adoring fans at Hall H felt like a dream come true. Though promises of a cinematic follow-up had been floating for years, it took the support of 900,000 Kickstarter backers to get the film greenlit for real.

At Comic-Con this weekend, the reunited Veronica Mars team — including Thomas, Bell, Francis Capra, Enrico Colantoni, Percy Daggs III, Ryan Hansen, Tina Majorino, Chris Lowell, and Jason Dohring — offered the first trailer from the upcoming film. Hit the jump to check it out.

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We’re sure to have tons of sequel-related news coming up later this week from Comic-Con, but in the meantime we have a bunch of other, non-SDCC news to share with you. After the jump:

  • Troy Duffy is cooking up more Boondock Saints
  • Joseph Kosinski offers a minor update on Tron 3
  • Chinese superstar Han Geng joins Transformers 4
  • The Veronica Mars movie is getting book sequels
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The Veronica Mars movie sequel is currently shooting in LA. And while we’ve known about the primary cast for a while, turns out there will be some recognizable cameos crossing paths with the keen-eyed detective. Hit the jump for details on the most notable actor who’ll show up, which comes complete with new plot info. (Be warned that some spoilers for the movie follow.)

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2013 is turning out to be a pretty good year for people who were glued to their TV sets in the mid-aughts. First Arrested Development made its highly anticipated return on Netflix with a 15-episode fourth season, and now the long-promised Veronica Mars movie sequel has finally started shooting.

To mark the first day of filming, the official Veronica Mars Twitter account has uploaded a couple teaser-y images from the production. Elsewhere on the web, the first batch of set photos hint at a reunion between Veronica (Kristen Bell) and her onetime love Logan (Jason Dohring). Check ’em out after the jump.

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