March 16, 2014

New Veronica Mars 2,Sequel Or TV Show Reboot May Happen,Producer Is Ready To Do It

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New Veronica Mars 2,sequel or TV show reboot may happen,Producer is ready to do it. According to a new report from The Wrap, Veronica Mars creator/producer, Rob Thomas, hit up Paleyfest in Hollywood,CA this past week, and chatted about the possibilities of this new Veronica Mars movie being the catalyst for even more to come, like possibly a sequel or just a reboot of the whole TV show, all together.

Apparently, it turns out that Amazon or Netflix could be interested in rebooting the TV series with their networks. Rob explained: “The idea of a Netflix or Amazon order excites me to no end. I would love it. I would love to be able to do the R-rated version of ‘Veronica Mars.’ I would love to tell some darker stories. It’s a noir show, Veronica’s an adult now. I would certainly listen to that. Hopefully, people would line up for that as well. I’ve said many times. We also think we could be a very successful low-budget Bond franchise, do one of these movies every two or three years.”

Currently, Warner Bros has set a dollar number that this movie needs to hit in order to get a sequel from them, but that’s all that Rob would confirm. Hopefully, it’ll reach that mark whatever the number is.

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March 16, 2014

New Veronica Mars Movie Received Mostly Positive Reviews From Major Critics

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New Veronica Mars movie received mostly positive reviews from major critics. Warner Bros. Pictures released their new drama/crime flick, “Veronica Mars” into theaters this weekend,and the reviews are in from the top critics. Most of them liked it too as it got a 62 score out of 100 across 32 reviews at Metacritic.com. We included a few snippets from a couple of them,below.

The film stars: Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, Chris Lowell, Ryan Hansen, Krysten Ritter, Percy Daggs III, Tina Majorino, Francis Capra Ken Marino, and Enrico Colantoni.

Matt Zoller Seitz at RogerEbert.com, gave it a great 88 score, saying, “I can’t imagine anyone who liked the show not enjoying this film, even though the first half is stronger than the second, which spirals into a frenzy of double- and triple-crossing that’s less engaging than watching the characters reconnect, awkwardly but with feeling.”

Elizabeth Weitzman at the New York Daily News, gave it an 80. She stated: “It’s so much fun you may want to put a few bucks aside for a sequel.” Claudia Puig from USA Today, gave it a 75 score, saying, “A film noir detective story that works for both devotees of the series and the uninitiated.”

Owen Gleiberman over at Entertainment Weekly, gave it a 75, stating, “As directed by series creator Rob Thomas, the movie, like the show, is entertainingly fast-talking in a tidy, faux-serious way. Kristen Bell, if anything, has only gained in appeal.”

Betsy Sharkey at the Los Angeles Times, gave it a 70 score. She said: “It is clear in every frame that the filmmakers and actors really appreciate that loyalty. It doesn’t make for a particularly ambitious film, but it is a satisfying one as it moves easy, breezy over familiar terrain.”

Stephanie Merry from the Washington Post, gave it a 63, saying, “The movie lacks some of the verve and chemistry that made the series a must-see. I guess that makes the movie more of a good-to-see.” Peter Travers from Rolling Stone, gave it another 63, stating, “It’s Bell – riding high with the Disney-animated “Frozen” and Showtime’s carnal-fixated “House of Lies” – you want to follow anywhere. Bell is irresistible, and she makes us care.”

Sheri Linden over at The Hollywood Reporter, gave it a 60 score. She stated: “Thomas’ direction, especially of the villainous roles, gives a lot of the action a self-conscious, not-quite-real quality. Some aspects of the movie’s intentional artifice work better than others.”

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