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'Veronica Mars' Creator: All Hope for a Movie is Not Lost

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 6th 2010 4:30PM
Veronica Mars Kristen BellAttention 'Veronica Mars' fans: you'd better take a deep breath. Rob Thomas, the man behind 'Mars,' said all hope is not lost for a big screen version of the cult series -- but don't start celebrating yet.

The 'Mars' mastermind doesn't want fans to continue on the roller coaster that has been the 'Veronica Mars' movie saga, but he is exploring alternate routes -- like indie financing -- to reunite with Kristen Bell and the residents of Neptune on the big screen.

While promoting the second season of 'Party Down' (that part of the interview coming soon), Thomas divulged some new details about his ongoing quest to give 'Mars' fans a taste of the snarky private eye on the big screen.

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'Party Down,' A New Original Comedy on Starz

by Maggie Furlong, posted Mar 19th 2009 5:47PM

Party DownWhat It's About: 'Party Down' follows a group of misfit cater waiters in L.A. who are dying to move on to bigger and better things in Hollywood. Each episode takes place at a different event they've been hired to work -- from company retreats and gay weddings to a Sweet 16 birthday and a porn awards after-party.

Who's In It: Adam Scott, Lizzy Caplan, Ken Marino, Jane Lynch, Martin Starr and Ryan Hansen make up the Party Down Catering team. Guest stars include J.K. Simmons, Rob Corddry, Breckin Meyer, Steven Weber, Ed Begley, Jr, and creator Rob Thomas' old 'Veronica Mars' pals Enrico Colantoni and Kristen Bell. Behind the scenes bonus: 'Wonder Years' alum-turned-director Fred Savage helmed half of the first season's 10 episodes.

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