The Kickstarter-backed film version of the cult-favorite teen TV series "Veronica Mars" has taken another step on its journey to theaters with the release of its first trailer, which finds star
Though the mystery series, which ran for three seasons on UPN and the
The campaign was successful, earning $5.7 million and breaking Kickstarter records, including fastest campaign to hit $1 million and highest-funded project in the film category. It is the third-highest funded project in Kickstarter history.
The film, which wrapped in July, is set nine years after the close of the series, with Bell's title character working as a lawyer in
At Comic-Con in July, Thomas said he hoped to spin "a Bond franchise" out of "Veronica Mars," though ideally with
It's an ambitious goal, especially considering that similar TV show revivals have had a mixed record of late. The animated sci-fi series