Apparently Rob Thomas Didn't Take the Kickstarter Money and Run: "Veronica Mars" Movie Releases a Clip
So I hear some people are quite excited about the Veronica Mars movie, and so a trailer/clip should play pretty well in these parts. Let’s face it, you’re not reading this, you’re scrolling down to hit play as fast as your fingers can clickety. I really can write whatever I want above the video with impunity.
That makes this the perfect place to admit that I’ve never seen an episode of Veronica Mars. Not one. I see this video and think, yeah that show looks really good, I’ve been meaning to watch it forever. But when I don’t see the faces you see, I perk up because that’s Dell from the obsessively mediocre Private Practice and Sergeant Parker from the Flashpoint, the best Canadian procedural on Ion television late at night.
When the show first came out, several people explained to me that I would like it because it was like Buffy except without vampires. There were many problems with that line of reasoning which led me to other pursuits at the time.
Now under normal circumstances, there would be a virtual riot at my abject failure to properly entertain myself. But that’s the case here, because every single person who would judge is already watching the video.
Yep, this one:
Feel better? It’s like taking a hit that knocks you off the wagon for another year, isn’t it?
Veronica Mars is already being shown to test audiences, and is slated for a spring 2014 release.
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