Watch This Sneak Peek Of The ‘Veronica Mars’ Movie
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On Friday, we brought you coverage of the panel at San Diego Comic-Con for the Veronica Mars movie.

During the panel, a sneak peek was shown of the very first footage from the upcoming movie. The video has been released online, so you can watch it now in full here below.

Video begins with a tease of footage from the film, which is a continuation of the cancelled television series starring Kristen Bell (the show aired from 2004-2007). It then segues into how the movie was funded through a Kickstarter campaign. It goes on to give a behind-the-scenes look at the filming, as well as cast and crew interviews and video diaries, before diving back into scenes from the new movie, which finds Veronica Mars (Bell) 10 years after we last saw her in high school. She’s older and more mature, yet still witty and quick, though she’s left her PI days behind her and works as a lawyer, no longer interested in sleuthing. But after going to her high school reunion and seeing all the old gang, her old investigative instincts kick in.


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