“I would’ve loved to see holiday themed episodes (Thanksgiving and Christmas) just to see the characters families and what traditions they did. Also, to see if Veronica went up to Portland with Piz.”
Note: I don’t know about the movie, but Veronica never went to Portland w/ Piz after season3 because she broke up with him and moved out from Neptune according to Rob Thomas.
“I’m all for LoVe but this Piz hate is ridiculous. As much as I love Logan and Veronica, Veronica being with him was an emotional rollercoaster for her. With Piz, it’s nice, uncomplicated, and easy. That’s not hard to notice. Hell Veronica even asked him about it at the party. His response was “No one writes songs about the ones that come easy.” Frankly after everything Veronica has been through, she deserves easy.”
"One thing I liked about episode 318 is the parallel between Veronica’s and Logan’s relationships at the time. How Logan planned his trip to South America and it never hit him it could bother Parker, and the same with Veronica and her internship. She couldn’t care less it was in Virginia and away from Piz, while of course he did care just as Parker did with Logan. I’m thinking it would have been different if LoVe was still together."
“The episode where Veronica hides out in Wallace’s room always rubbed me the wrong way. I think had the shoe been on the other foot and Logan had stayed overnight with a girl who had asked him out and subtly disrespected his relationship with Veronica, she would have assumed the worst or at best, not let him hear the end of it. And yes, Logan knew Piz had a thing for Veronica – that was made clear on bowling night. And yet Logan only asked about it after they were broken up and even then simply asked – he didn’t make her wrong. No question he definitely had his issues, but in this case, I felt Veronica disrespected her own relationship and Logan’s trust in her.”
“Just rewatched S3. I tried to watch it through the eyes of the Piz lovers. Honestly, I liked Piz a lot when seeing him as the hero of his own story. Previously I had thought him only passive aggressive in how he handled Veronica and Logan. But even with a new view of him, it was still painfully and uncomfortably clear to me that there was absolutely no passion between he and V - even during the cheer scene. I ended up really just feeling sorry for him.”
“I don’t think that Ryan Devlin was just visiting the set in those behind the scenes pictures, I think that he is in the movie and that maybe Mercer had something to do with the murder of Logan’s girlfriend.”
Note: Officially, he was there as a guest and to promote This Bar Saves Lives. Beyond that, who knows. And check out THIS theory too!
“One thing which really bothered me about season 1 is how there are no explanation to why Jake and Lianne met at the Camelot. After all, this was the very first scene of the pilot. I don’t really believe that Lianne would return to Neptune after receiving her daughter’s death treats.”
So after the announcement of the VM movie release date, I think I can relax a little. I’m going away for a trip this Friday, not exactly a business trip, but more of a environmental trip. It sorta ‘save the environment and cultural heritage trip’ so I might not be able to be contacted via tumblr. If you have any question, please just tweet me via twitter @VMarsConfession I’ll be diving and climbing and island hopping to save the environment, yay.
Don’t worry, you’ll be getting your confessions every day. No worries. Feel free to send me more submissions. I’ll look at them when I get back.
If there’s a breaking news, you’ll get it from twitter instead here on tumblr though. So make sure to follow @VMarsConfession!
On March 13, 2013, Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas asked fans of the acclaimed, gone-too-soon teen detective drama starring Kristen Bell to Kickstart a big…
On March 13, 2013, Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas asked fans of the acclaimed, gone-too-soon teen detective drama starring Kristen Bell to Kickstart a big screen revival. Fitting, then, that Marshmallow Nation will get to see what their $5.7 million paid for on the one year anniversary of the groundbreaking fundraising campaign: In an exclusive interview, Thomas tells EW that Warner Bros. will release the movie — simply titledVeronica Mars — on March 14, 2014. “Warner Bros. had this date circled for quite some time and hoped it would stay open,” Thomas tells EW. “Luckily, no other teen detective movie decided to open in the middle of March.”
The original distribution plan called for Veronica Mars to get a limited engagement run in just a few cities before becoming more widely available via video on demand and other digital platforms. But Thomas reports that Warner Bros. will now give the film a wider, nationwide release (number of screens still TBD) and let the marketplace decide how long it should stay in theaters. “We’re not going to dribble it out there,” says Thomas, who shot the movie in 23 days this past summer. He is currently finishing the special effects and putting together a soundtrack. Thomas also reports that a recent test audience screening went very well. “There are smart ways to do a movie of this size — and we chose none of them,” he says with a laugh. “We are a low budget movie with big set pieces and 60 speaking roles. A murder mystery in a house would have been more cost effective. But I think we have managed to pull it off.”
In the movie, Veronica returns to her hometown of Neptune, California, after 10 years away to aid former flame Logan (Jason Dohring), who has been accused of killing his pop star girlfriend. The original cast is back, including Enrico Colantoni as Veronica’s father and Tina Majorino and Percy Daggs III as Veronica’s best friends Mac and Wallace. Fans will see many other of their favorite characters, too, because after all: “10 years away” = 10 year high school reunion. See a sneak peek of the big event — movie and reunion — HERE