"Veronica Mars" Film Fundraiser Launches Online

Fans can pledge money toward a big-screen version of the former television series which starred Kristen Bell as a teen sleuth.

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    Actress Kristen Bell starred in the television series "Veronica Mars"

    "Veronica Mars" fans eager for a movie based on the TV series have a chance to put their money where their hopes are.

    Series creator Rob Thomas launched an online crowd-funding campaign Wednesday to make a big-screen version of the show. "Veronica Mars," which starred Kristen Bell as a young sleuth, ended its three-season run in 2007.

    On the Kickstarter website, Thomas said the $2 million fundraiser represents "our one shot to see a 'Veronica Mars' movie happen." More than 17,000 backers had pledged over $1 million within hours Wednesday.

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    Thomas said "Veronica Mars" owner Warner Bros. has given the project its blessing, and Bell and other cast members are ready to begin production this summer for a 2014 release.

    The fundraising campaign ends April 12.

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