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Kristen Bell's 'Veronica Mars' Movie Kickstarter Breaks Records!

Kristen Bell's 'Veronica Mars' Movie Kickstarter Breaks Records!

Kristen Bell‘s show Veronica Mars announced today that if fans could help raise money on Kickstarter, a film version of the TV show would happen.

Well, fans have broken Kickstarter records, and only have a bit more to go to make the two million dollar goal!

“GUYS!! #VERONICAMARSMOVIE just beat @kickstarter record! 1 million in 4 hours!!! you guys are amazing!!!!!” Kristen tweeted today.

“A two million dollar fundraising total probably means cross words are exchanged at the class reunion. Three million? We can afford a full-on brawl. Ten million? Who knows…” Rob Thomas, creator of the series, wrote on Kickstarter.

Donate if you have the means to help out the project!

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  • Jenn

    This is going to be epic

  • Emmy

    I wish charities could raise that much money in an hour

  • gurliegal

    I was just thinking the same thing Emmy. This girl probably makes more than 4 million every 6 months.

  • Toni

    Oh this is going to be awesome!

    Unfortunantly it wont work if you are outside the US..

  • Leenah

    I just can’t believe people donated this fast for a movie yet nobody would donate so much in such a short time for starving kids or people in need.That just describes how shallow this society really is.

  • Julie

    Excited :)

  • Jan

    Please let this happen!

  • an

    @Leenah: so true :/

  • essie

    I wish they showed the final episodes of the last season instead.

  • XOXO

    why doesn’t she give money herself ? I’m sure she has enough money to invest, in 6 seasons of voice-over for Gossip Girl she made millions of dollars.

  • Ceara

    Veronica Mars was my favorite show when it was on, and it is still one of my favorites. I have all the DVD’s, and watch them once in awhile. It does bother me how many people donated for a movie to be made when there are millions of animal charities and shelters that need donations and have a hard time getting it. It actually makes me sick that people care more about movies and celebrities than animals.


    Cool ! I love Veronica Mars

  • DougW

    People don’t give all their disposable income to charities. Instead of buying jeans or a new blu ray, people are pledging $25 or so to help get a movie they want to see made. There’s nothing wrong with that.

  • Julia

    I’m so happy, this is one of my favorite shows:)

  • Emmy

    @DougW: Fair point, I hadn’t thought of it that way.

  • Jessykah

    @DougW: Thank you voice of reason! I am a HUGE fan of this show (it helped me get through my teenage years) and would pay money to help make a movie possible! I also donated to StandUpToCancer when it was around. You can do charity and appreciate art at the same time!

  • nightmagic

    i would love that as long as Jason Dohring as Logan was still in it

  • nightmagic


    i love animals too and one thing that is free is to sign up for kibble .just answer two questions and right or wrong you are helping shelter animals

  • ann

    @XOXO: That’s what I was thinking as well. She could very well afford to fund the project herself. I know it’s nice to get the fans involved, but do you really have to take their money when you don’t have to?

  • dede

    OMG ! that would be awesome !!!! and I’ve been re-watching it in the past month I just love it so much <3

  • Rochelle D. Crosby

    my roomate’s ex-wife makes $84/hr on the laptop. She has been fired from work for 7 months but last month her pay check was $18740 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Read more here… http://www.snag4.ℂom

  • Rosaline

    Instead of buying jeans or a new blu ray, people are pledging $25 or so to help get a movie they want to see made. There’s nothing wrong with that.