Here’s the mini-featurette and trailer that Comic-Con attendees saw yesterday during the Veronica Mars panel.
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I don’t get it?
This is interesting.
A show that couldn’t sustain enough viewers to stay on the air longer than 3 seasons on a small network is now getting a feature film.
I know that sounds catty, but it’s not intended to be.
I never watched the show so I have nothing vested in it. But based on the same elements, why would I want to see it?
It seems like this thing will either have a very small, niche audience or become a giant hit with all kinds of: “Why didn’t I watch this while it was on?” reaction.
But somehow I doubt it. With ticket costs and no marquee names, what’s the draw here (for those not personally invested?)
I wish them luck though. As long as it generates about $20m (factoring in P&A and splits) it’ll be considered a hit, no?
This series’ ratings and demos were cumulatively higher than any other show The CW currently airs or has aired since its inception. Not to mention, the audience has grown by word of mouth since the series went off the air. With such a small budget funded entirely though kickstarter and WB only paying for P&A, the bar seems pretty low for it to be considered a success.
YOU SHOULD CHECK IT OUT!!! THE WRITING IS AWESOME!! THE CHARACTERS ARE AWESOME!!! THE SERIES WAS FABULOUS!! WATCH THE PILOT OF VERONICA MARS AND SEE WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT
AND GO SEE THE MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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