A Marshmallow Appetizer: The First Two Minutes of the 'Veronica Mars' Movie Are Here!
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A Marshmallow Appetizer: The First Two Minutes of the 'Veronica Mars' Movie Are Here!

By Vivian Kane | Videos | February 28, 2014 | Comments ()


Happy Kristen Bell Friday, everyone!

Two weeks before the movie hits theaters and computer screens, the first two minutes of Veronica Mars have been released, presumably to satiate the riotous masses. It’s pretty much a long “previously on” sequence, so major spoilers if you never finished the series and still plan to. But really, if that’s the case, why are you reading this instead of watching Veronica Mars? Go finish Veronica Mars!


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  • kinoumenthe

    "People say I'm a marshmallow…"
    For some reason I head this in the voice of GLADOS.

  • narfna

    Spoilers, preciouss. Not its business!!!

    I don't know why I talk like Gollum under threat of being spoiled. It's just a thing that happens. I am not clicking play on that clip, but I would like everyone to know that it is taking all of my willpower and several YouTube videos of cats falling over to keep me in check.

  • kinoumenthe

    It's just a recap of the series. No spoilers. You're not missing anything if you know the series.

  • narfna

    Yeah, I know it doesn't spoil the series. I just don't want my *experience* spoiled. I want everything I see on opening night to be a surprise as much as possible. Watching the trailer is as far as I'll go.

  • competitivenonfiction

    When I first read your comment I thought, he's so right. I won't watch it either. That was about 3 minutes ago, which means my resolve held out for just over 30 seconds.

  • Berry

    It really doesn't spoil the movie that much. Or at all. Just the series. But if you don't want to know how the movie begins, then you're right in avoiding it. Plus you're clearly made of sterner stuff than me. But then again, I might end up seeing the whole thing piecemeal like this, because it won't be coming to the theaters in my country, and even the digital downloads can't be bought from my location.

    And of course I wouldn't resort to life of crime just to spend more time with the teenage private eye whom I adore. Of course not.

  • Stu Rat

    That bitch! How dare she diss Encyclopedia Brown!

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