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  • Aw, that's awesome! YAY, VMARS.
    Itís just really honestly so tiring and emotionally draining to have to get upset over reality constantly.

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    • YAY!! They made the 5.7 million in the last seconds.

      I'm sad to see it end, but SO excited for them to start filming and stuff. I want my T-shirt! I just realized I don't get the poster. I am disproportionately sad about that. I thought I did the higher level!
      Last edited by jennchum; 04-12-2013, 10:21 PM.

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      • Rob should incorporate the final numbers into the movie.

        5,702,153 could be a phone number . . .

        91,585 could be the pop number on the Welcome To Neptune sign.

        I should tweet that at him.

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        • Was doing a vid round-up for TVD and found some things that might be relevant to all interests:

          LoVe 'sooner or later' . . . http://youtu.be/KJzZCBvYyfI

          Somebody compiled most of the Logan and Veronica interactions from S1 here. There are some strange admissions, but it's still enough to give you all kinds of S1 nostalgia.: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...ePlgicmuTOy8Hc

          The Rob Thomas commentary from the final Logan and Veronica scene of the whole series: http://youtu.be/z0B7WwNn_5Q

          I had not seen this before . . . an extended L/V scene from early S2: http://youtu.be/SXblu09M4l0

          Some S1 and S2 Bloopers: http://youtu.be/0wgzP-kVnCc

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          • Originally posted by ophy View Post
            Was doing a vid round-up for TVD and found some things that might be relevant to all interests:

            LoVe 'sooner or later' . . . http://youtu.be/KJzZCBvYyfI
            The first scene of this vid is one of my favorite LoVe scenes ever.

            Somebody compiled most of the Logan and Veronica interactions from S1 here. There are some strange admissions, but it's still enough to give you all kinds of S1 nostalgia.: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...ePlgicmuTOy8Hc

            The Rob Thomas commentary from the final Logan and Veronica scene of the whole series: http://youtu.be/z0B7WwNn_5Q

            I had not seen this before . . . an extended L/V scene from early S2: http://youtu.be/SXblu09M4l0

            Some S1 and S2 Bloopers: http://youtu.be/0wgzP-kVnCc
            I love these! Thanks.
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            • http://www.wired.com/underwire/2013/...s-kickstarter/

              Wired: What would you think about Kickstarting a totally new movie project from scratch that didn’t have that preexisting recognition?

              Rob Thomas: It would be so gutsy to do that. I started as a novelist, and I have novels. So I wonder, what if I took one of my books and maybe attached – not Kristen Bell … but an actor with that sort of renown and said, “We’re going to try and make this [movie] for $1.5 million dollars.” That would be such an interesting experiment. And I may try it. No one learns as much as when they do anything the first time, and I feel like I’ve learned so much that I have this knowledge that very few people in the world do about running a really big Kickstarter project. And if I never do it again, it’s wasted knowledge. But it’s also a lot of work. Having gotten TV shows on the air, that’s so much less work that trying to get the Veronica Mars movie made.
              I could definitely see this working for Rob. Maybe for Rats Saw God, perhaps?

              Wired: How do you think fans’ attitudes and expectations about the show have changed since the show ended? Do they’re looking for nostalgia or growth in Veronica and the rest of the cast?

              Rob Thomas: I think they’re looking for both. I know there’s something just automatically hook-y about a 17-year-old girl who’s a private eye. There’s less of a hook when it’s a 27-year-old woman. It’s a little more normal, a little more inside-the-box. … You have to make it work as a PI movie. And I understand the cons of nostalgia, but there are some Veronica Mars pleasure zones that I want to hit. If there were a [James] Bond movie and there wasn’t a martini scene – there are just certain things where I’d be cheating the audience if I didn’t include them. But I want it to work as a standalone movie as well for people who have never seen Veronica Mars, and just heard buzz about it and want to check it out finally when it’s a movie. I had never watched Firefly, but I’d heard the buzz so I went and saw the movie. I hope there are plenty of people who will give the Veronica Mars movie that chance.

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              • This BuzzFeed list of VMars gust stars left off Joss Whedon, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Adam Scott, Paul Rudd, and a whole bunch of other peeps. But it reminded me about some I had forgotten (Diana Agron!): http://www.buzzfeed.com/daneaustin/2...-of-thos-a3nc?

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                • Goodness gracious, the first few eps of S3 were certainly very rape-y! Finally passed all of that, and have now entered the 'Veronica and Logan breakup for good' portion of the season, right before the Piz and Parker eras really kick off. *sigh* Sad to know all of the really good stuff is now behind me.

                  In other news, Zach Braff is launching a kickstarter that he acknowledges was inspired by VMars's success. No shit. The first of many, many, I assume. His kickstarter vid is cute: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...h-i-was-here-1

                  But it's nowhere near as genius-y as Rob and Kristen's.

                  I guess Garden State still has fans, so good for them. (It's not an *actual* sequel, though).

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                  • I personally enjoy the Piz/Parker era because I enjoy the yearning. In S2 there was not enough yearning.

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                    • There was lots of yearning in S2! Remember all of the awkwardness when V was dating Duncan and Logan was living in Duncan's suite? It was all kinds of delicious.

                      Also, in S2 we got that scene in the bathroom: "Remember when you had your legs wrapped around my waist and we were making out against the sink?" "Seriously, how much better would your life be if you were indifferent to me?"

                      It was angsty gold!

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                      • I liked that stuff for sure. I just didn't think Veronica felt it quite enough. I like her jealousy in S3.

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                        • That's a good point. She did get jealous over Hanna and Kendall, but maybe not as much as she did over Parker. I haven't gotten there in the re-watch yet, so I don't remember.

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                          • I think she was jealous of Parker in a different way because she saw Logan/Parker as the happy, uncomplicated relationship that she didn't think Logan was capable of and she never saw Logan's relationships with Kendall and Hanna as real (because they weren't really). S2 certainly had enough yearning on Logan's end.

                            And that scene when Veronica shows up the morning after the anti-prom and Logan doesn't remember and is with Kendall. Hurts SO good. Could watch it over and over.

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                            • Yay!

                              http://www.eonline.com/news/413694/v...-as-deputy-leo

                              "I'm excited! I love all those guys. They gave me one of my first jobs," Greenfield says of the Veronica Mars movie becoming a reality. "It was a big break for me and people really liked me on that show. I had such a good time with all of them. I think I'm going down to do a day or two on the movie in June or something, so that should be just great."

                              When asked if Thomas has shared any spoilers or plotlines with him, Greenfield coyly responds, "We've been emailing, we've been emailing." One thing we do know about Deputy Leo is that he will be working as a detective in the San Diego Police Department, which Thomas exclusively revealed to us. "I gotta re-tap into that whole thing!" Greenfield says with a laugh.

                              But fans of Veronica and Deputy Leo shouldn't get their hopes up for a romantic reunion. "I think there are some other characters you'd like to see her get with, but I'm so thrilled they thought of me and are bringing me back for even the few days I'm working on it," Greenfield says.
                              I'm sure there are Deputy Leo fans, but I don't think there are any Leo/Veronica shippers. That would be weird.

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                              • I was curious if there really were, so I googled it and of course there's an appreciation thread on FF. Of course there is.

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