Veronica Mars

Veronica Mars fans have had March 14 circled on their calendars since last month, when Rob Thomas finally confirmed the film sequel’s release date. Now we can also start planning where we’re going to see it.

AMC Theatres has just unveiled a complete list of all the locations that will be showing the film, with tickets going on sale starting next month. No AMC near you? Don’t despair just yet — a handful of non-AMC theaters will be playing the movie as well. Hit the jump to get all the locations.

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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

The Veronica Mars following was never huge, but it was devoted. Enough so that several years later, they were able to raise millions of dollars to make the sequel happen. But now that the film is a reality, is it likely to draw in any new fans, or is this strictly for the Marshmallows among us?

While Rob Thomas would no doubt love to grow his fanbase, the marketing so far has been aimed directly at existing fans, with cameos and in-jokes only a true Marshmallow could love. Today’s brand-new poster isn’t much different. Check it out after the jump.

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Jon Favreau Chef

The 2014 Sundance Film Festival hasn’t even started yet and the second huge American film festival on the calendar is already announcing its lineup. That would be South by Southwest 2014, which takes place in Austin TX from March 7-15. The two biggest announcements so far are for opening night, which will feature the world premiere of Chef, directed by Jon Favreau, and the highly anticipated Veronica Mars film. (Which became a Kickstarter sensation during last year’s festival.) But that’s not all. A conversation with Alejendro Jodorowsky, a new film co-written by Mark Duplass, and more are in the first announcements. Read about the first batch of films playing at SXSW 2014 below. Read More »

Veronica Mars

With just nine weeks to go (!) until the long-awaited Veronica Mars movie sequel hits theaters, now seems as good a time as any to start revisiting the original series. If you already have the DVDs, that’s a simple matter of popping them into your player. But if you don’t, Amazon Prime could be your new best friend.

The streaming service has secured exclusive online streaming rights to all three seasons, effective immediately. Meaning, Prime members can log into their accounts right now to watch the show for free. Hit the jump for more details on the deal.

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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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Angie’s Most Anticipated Films of 2014

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2013′s given us all it has to offer at this point, but 2014 is just around the corner with a whole new slate of promising films. The movies I’m most looking forward to are all over the map, running the gamut from provocative arthouse flicks to big-budget superhero movies. After the jump, check out the ten titles that have me giddy with anticipation for the next twelve months.

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Veronica Mars

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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