Watch the 'Veronica Mars' Movie Comic Con Teaser Trailer

Veronica Mars Comic Con movie trailer
Kristen Bell in Veronica Mars
Photo: Warner Bros.

Director and co-writer Rob Thomas, title star Kristen Bell and other members of the upcoming Veronica Mars movie such as Jason Dohring, Tina Majorino and Chris Lowell took to Comic Con to preview the recently, Kickstarter-funded feature film spin-off at San Diego's Comic Con.

They brought with them a first look video, which included a brief teaser trailer, which you can watch directly below.

Thomas recently discussed the film's plot with TV Line letting us know the film picks up nine years after the show's season three finale and Veronica (Bell) hasn't worked a PI case since. She's transferred away from Hearst college after her freshman year and went up to Stanford and finished her undergraduate degree, followed by a stint at Columbia Law School.

As the film begins she's between having graduated and taken the bar and she's interviewing at various law firms in New York, which brings us to the following teaser. Have a look, the film is set to hit theaters in 2014.

  • Matt

    Excellent teaser. The show is one of my favorites and I'm happy that the story will actually be resolved. Also great to see the whole cast together. I can't wait.

  • The Movie Guru

    I can't really comment on it since I've never watched this show but I do have a question:

    What's the point of going to Comic-Con to see trailers if they're just gonna get released online less a minute after they air at the convention?

    • Brad Brevet

      To your question... Exactly!

      • The Movie Guru

        I mean, I guess they give out some free posters and stuff, but seriously. It just doesn't make sense. I would much rather go to something like Toronto.

        • Sir Trey

          I've never been to Comic-Con but I have been to E3 and I feel like the vibes are very's an interesting group of people, the costumes are entertaining, great atmosphere if you're into those things, trailers aside. It's like going to a sporting event or could always just watch it on tv or listen to the music at home but there's just something about being there.

  • Ryguy815

    Well..I've never watched the show but personally I think this looks awful.

    • Paige

      Well, you've never watched the show...

  • andyluvsfilms

    i only have a vague interest in this because of all the kickstarter rumpus that it caused, i've never seen the show or even heard of it prior to six months ago but now i've seen the trailer i dont need to see anything further. its a pass.

  • Paige

    Love this show and SO happy something more is gonna come of it after all these years since the show was cancelled. Seeing everyone again is gonna be fantastic!

  • Kimberlesk

    I had thought too much time had passed for this, but seeing the trailer brought it all back. I loved the show and look forward to seeing this!

  • GregDinskisk

    Poorly cut together trailer, but I think it looks good (if that makes sense). I love the show, and I look forward to seeing it!

  • Corbin

    I didn't like it, but I've never seen the show, so who am I to judge.

  • Sir Trey

    One of the better-written shows I've ever watched and Bell was electric as the title character. I've got a relatively short list of shows I would've called my favorite on TV at any point and Veronica Mars was on it, gone far before its time due to the writers' strike and the CW being run by untrained monkeys - it was replaced with a Pussycat Dolls reality show that lasted maybe half of its first season before cancellation.

    Actually, I'm sorry about that comment. I'd never want to insult untrained monkeys like that.