It’s been almost seven years since Veronica Mars was last seen on our televisions.
Thanks to dedicated fans, and the magic of crowd funding website Kickstarter, it won’t be long until the cult-hit series finds its way onto the big screen.
With the film currently shooting in Los Angeles, it’s time to assemble a
Who’s Outlist of cast members.
Kristen Bell as Veronica Mars – Former high school detective and now Columbia Law graduate. The movie will see her applying for jobs in New York City.
Jason Dohring as Logan Echolls – The stereotypical ‘bad boy’ and Veronica’s former love. The film will pick up nine years later with Logan and Veronica not having seen each other the entire time. Dohring was the second cast member to sign on after Bell.
Enrico Colantoni as Keith Mars – Veronica’s father and disgraced former town sheriff.
Percy Daggs III as Wallace Fennel – Veronica’s best friend and right hand man.
Francis Capra as Weevil – The leader of the PCH Biker Gang and Veronica’s friend.
Tina Majorino as Cindy ‘Mac’ Mackenzie – Described as the Willow to Veronica’s Buffy, Mac is a tech genius who assisted Veronica with any cases that required a hacker.
Ryan Hansen as Dick Casablancas – Friend of Logan, womaniser and former high school bully.
Max Greenfield as Deputy Leo – Brief love interest of Veronica and the towns Deputy Sheriff.
Krysten Ritter as Gia Goodman – The sweet natured high school bimbo.
Chris Lowell as Stosh ‘Piz’ Piznarski – Wallace’s roommate at college and love interest for Veronica.
Julie Gonzalo as Parker Lee – Mac’s roommate, target of the Hearst serial rapist, sort of friend of Veronica’s and love interest of Logan.
Teddy Dunn as Duncan Kane – Veronica’s first boyfriend.
Amanda Seyfried as Lily Kane – Duncan’s older sister and Veronica’s murdered best friend. The character is seen throughout the show in a series of flashbacks.
The Veronica Mars Movie Project gained worldwide attention for not only reaching its Kickstarter goal within 11 hours of the project going live. It also smashed its $2 million target and achieved
$5,702,153 with a total of 91,585 backers, the largest number of backers in Kickstarter history.
The Veronica Mars movie is expected to be released early in 2014.