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‘Veronica Mars’ Sequel A Possibility As Film Earns $2 Million, Rob Thomas Pens Open Letter Over Faulty Digital Copies

by Charlie Schmidlin
March 17, 2014 9:05 AM
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Those eager to return to Neptune, California finally earned the chance this past weekend, as Warner Bros.’ crowd-funded “Veronica Mars” movie landed on both VOD and 291 screens. Or so they thought: the continuation of the Kristen Bell sleuth series was always going to be scrutinized because of its controversial Kickstarter origins, but following a slow theatrical weekend take and many backers left without a working digital copy, some needed reassurance has come courtesy of the show’s creator.

While earning a place in the weekend Top 10, “Veronica Mars” ended up only making $2.02 million at the box office upon its release—still a distance away from the film’s $5.7 million budget. The fact that a large section of its audience already paid for a ticket via Kickstarter—those who donated $35 or more—is a logical conclusion for those numbers. However, the increasingly vital VOD take may hold a success story in wait, and Warner Bros. already seems pleased with the response thus far.

“Our result starting with our Thursday fan events was $260K. You add that together with our weekend for a total of $2 million from 291 theaters? That’s pretty significant,” said Jeff Goldstein, VP of theatrical distribution at Warner Bros. (via EW) “We recognize going forward that there’s room in the marketplace for huge movies, medium movies, and boutique films for a very specific audience.” 

Goldstein said “in a week’s time” they’ll have a better sense—not only as to the final tally for the film, but also plans for a sequel, a conversation that he and series creator Rob Thomas haven’t had just yet. “We wanted to get through this weekend and then sit down and figure out where we’re going.”

Unfortunately, goodwill among the show’s core audience dropped somewhat when it came to their much-anticipated reward. Though Warner Bros. issued digital copies of the film to Kickstarter backers via the streaming site Flixster, a host of connectivity issues and server problems with the service left many less than impressed. In response, Thomas published an open letter to fans with his wishes for the film’s release to “be perfect for all of you,” and to seek customer support if problems plagued their experience.

“If you paid for a copy of the movie a year ago, we don't want you to have less choice and freedom than people who decide to buy it today. And we definitely don't want you to end up paying twice just to see the movie on your preferred service,” he said. 

Warner Bros. issued a similar statement offering to refund backers for the price of the film on a different streaming or download service—making it clear they want their positive experiment to stay that way. But for those who made an effort to catch “Veronica Mars” this past weekend: did you succeed, and in what format? Let us know in the comments below. [Engadget/HitFix]

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  • Shauna | June 29, 2014 2:28 AMReply

    I would have donated to the Kickstarter campaign had I known about it at the time. I LOVE the movie and LOVE the series and especially LOVE the LoVe relationship. I agree with a previous poster, Logan has matured all the passion and intensity is there still simmering below the surface. I have the three seasons, will get the digital movie soon, and have just finished the first book. It's not enough! A Netflix backed series would put me over the moon along with a movie. I can't get enough and would be thrilled with more adult content for the cases needing to be solved. The show needs to grow with it's characters. Thank you to everyone that helped bring this movie to light!!

  • Breanna | June 15, 2014 9:06 AMReply

    This Is by far is my favorite movie. Veronica mars is so addicting and I've watched the show so many times. The movie was just perfect except I would love to see more of Logan and Veronica together. I hate it when they break up, but I love their passion for each other and when they get back together it's just awesome. They belong together! I would love to see more movies or even bring back the show! I'm going to buy this movie and watch it over just like I do the series. Please think bout bringing the show back or making a new movie!!

  • pamela | June 9, 2014 9:31 PMReply

    I loved it but next time please do more than one take. The stars were definitely not up to their usual best the acting was dull. I suspect this was due to the hurried nature trying to save a few bucks. Next time shoot for the whole ten million needed. And for those of you that think it was poorly budgeted, movies cost. A lot. Also, I LOVE VERONICA MARS, and I'd like to see more romance between Logan and Veronica. We waited for it. Not enough Logan. And we like him passionately unrepentantly himself. Despite Veronica. The tension between them is why they work. But don't break them up again. Just have them fight.Thx.

  • Jaymee | June 1, 2014 8:25 AMReply

    I just watched it and loved it!!! I really hope you's make another movie or better yet make another season it is by far my favourite series every!! And I know a lot of my friends would also be happy if you's made another season. please please please I would be over the moon if you's did :) plus there is heaps of different ways you can go with this like all different situations and what happens with Veronica and Logan. I really do love this show/movie :)

  • Jessie Vase | May 30, 2014 5:55 PMReply

    I hope their is a sequel and i would like to see them develop veronica and logans relationship more

  • daisybutterflygirl | May 30, 2014 1:09 AMReply

    Bought movie on DVD LOVED IT!!!! I wish the show would come back but would be excited to see a sequel. My friends and I love Veronica!

  • Allie | April 30, 2014 1:44 PMReply

    I love the show! The movie was EPIC. Could not have asked for a better film. I really hope there is as equal, show me where to donate and I will. I've loved the show since I was younger and I still love it now.

  • Leroy | March 21, 2014 7:03 PMReply

    Was so happy this was showing in a cinema close enough to where I live in the UK, really enjoyed seeing it on the big screen and plan to purchase it on iTunes as well, so excited that there's a mention of a potential sequel :)

  • VMKickstarterBacker | March 21, 2014 11:15 AMReply

    i was a backer and received my digital copy at 00:04 on release date meaning i was watching it at home less than five minutes from the release. it was amazing!!!

  • sbubbly | March 21, 2014 8:54 AMReply

    I brought my version through iTunes, Really Good quality
    I love the Veronica Mars movie , I have Watched Like 10 times already,
    I REally hope they do a sequel, Their are so many more stories they can do
    i really wished they showed it in theatres over here in australia :(
    P.s. i loved the tv show as well :)xx

  • Mike | March 20, 2014 7:03 PMReply

    Watched it via Flixter on my Macbook, which worked like a charm.
    It's a shame there were issues with the UV/Flixter experience. No complaints on my end. Everything worked swimmingly.

  • Roxanne | March 20, 2014 5:40 PMReply

    Ordered it from Amazon Prime for £6.99 for 48 hrs in the UK. Already watched it twice and going to watch it once more before the time runs out. I am seriously already hungry for more! LoVe just slays me. Kristen Bell is magnetic, electric, vulnerable, loveable, strong, confident, witty and she is the BEST female lead that has been on TV and now this movie. (Barring Buffy who comes a close second IMO) And Jason Dohring well.... Logan has grown, matured, there's a quieter intensity to him and the chemistry is still bubbling and sizzling away. I don't think I could have reeeally hoped for a better film and I really hope this "boutique movie" thing catches on so we get a sequel. And one which is hopefully set after Logan's 180 days away!!

  • Lina | March 20, 2014 5:24 PMReply

    VOD - worked like a charm. (all three times..)

  • Laura | March 20, 2014 12:38 PMReply

    I watched it Saturday night on my mac laptop via Flixster and UltraViolet. The only issue I had was some difficulty setting up an account with UltraViolet but in the end, I got it to work. Great movie and I hope they make more.

  • melody | March 20, 2014 12:36 PMReply

    Went to the theater AND bought off Amazon!

  • Tracy Grierson | March 20, 2014 12:06 PMReply

    I enjoyed the movie a lot! Watched it on my ps4 with no problems. Hope you do invest in a sequel!!! Recently watched the whole series before the movie & thought it was great!!

  • Tara | March 20, 2014 12:57 AMReply

    iTunes! US Store verison, but in India since you couldn't buy it on the Indian store and its not releasing in theater here.
    Loved it, would love another one, ordering the book right now! :)

  • Sara | March 19, 2014 10:50 PMReply

    I am a Kickstarter backer and I had no issues with my digital copy, and saw it in the theater on Friday with a sold out audience of marshmallows (pre-ordered on Feb 14). The movie was great. I didn't know other backers had problems. I also pre-ordered the book. I also plan on going to the theater at least one more time.

  • Kay | March 19, 2014 9:42 PMReply

    Discovered VM as I flupped channels on soap net maybe 2 weeks before saop net went off air. Dissapointed to see it go wanted to see more VM. Through tweeter found out about the movie to late to be a kickstarter backer or I would have. Rented it on Dish the Friday it was out. Still havnt watched all episodes of the first three seasons. Working on it now that its on Dish the pivot channel. Wish they would show it more. Love the episodes ive seen. The movie was great! I so wish it would be picked up for a new series on t.v..

  • Jas | March 19, 2014 9:04 PMReply

    I rented it on iTunes. Was worth it.

  • D | March 19, 2014 8:43 PMReply

    As a Kickstarter backer I received my digital copy with minimal issues. I did decide I didn't care for the Flixster app and opted to purchase the movie on iTuned as well. Not to mention I drove about 120 miles to see the film at a fan event on Thursday before the release. I would gladly do it all again. I also preordered the book and cannot wait to read it. Go Veronica Mars and all the awesome Marshmellows who made it happen!

  • mitcha | March 19, 2014 8:07 PMReply

    I've bought a copy from iTunes and supported it at kickstarter.
    Would like to see at movie but no lucky here in Brazil.

  • Meredith | March 19, 2014 8:04 PMReply

    I saw the film in theaters on opening day. I pledged for both digital and physical copies of the film, but have not yet seen it in a home video context.

  • j2 | March 19, 2014 7:23 PMReply

    Got my uv copy and script as a backer. Paid to see it at the cinema in the UK, and will again before it's taken off. Film was great and if necessary I'll contribute to the sequel too.

  • Beth | March 19, 2014 2:46 PMReply

    Bought mine on iTunes. No problems at all. Loved it!

  • Net | March 19, 2014 2:14 PMReply

    I was a backer, but wasn't going to miss seeing the movie on the big screen. So on the release day I saw it in theaters, and hour and a half away from my home, and the next day I watched in on Flixster no problem.

  • MAM | March 19, 2014 1:54 PMReply

    My local theaters decided to show movies that were already out on DVD instead of Veronica Mars, so I did not get to see it yet. I will look into watching it on demand. I kicked in my $25 to make the movie, so I will definitely see it soon.

  • Mg | March 19, 2014 1:35 PMReply

    Watched on direct tv
    No problems
    Loved the movie. So glad for closure but hope for sequel. I didn't know fans helped fund movie. If I had I would have spent $35.

  • goatass | March 19, 2014 12:12 PMReply

    I watched for free on some shady movie site. Good thing too. It sucked.

  • Elaine | March 19, 2014 12:00 PMReply

    I bought the movie on Amazon Friday and watched it without any problems. Loved it!! I hope they make another or a network picks up the show. Would love to see Veronica Mars return to tv.

  • SHAWN | March 19, 2014 10:54 AMReply

    We live 25 miles from any AMC theater so we were hoping to watch it via VOD the opening weekend... unfortunately Comcast only offered it for purchase, not as a rental. We were willing to rent it for $4.99 but we did not want to pop for the $17.99 (I think) purchase price. When it comes out via Comcast as a rental at a later date (we hope) we will definitely rent it but we had to sit it out the opening weekend... which was a disapointment.

  • Mike | March 19, 2014 10:04 AMReply

    What a poorly researched article. A $2 million start on less than 300 screens is outstanding. And the film has been number 1 on iTunes in Australia since release. I hear that iTunes numbers for the US are almost on par. Those VOD numbers are critical when determining the success of this film yet you have largely ignored their significance.

  • Steve Price | March 19, 2014 8:22 AMReply

    Watched it 3 times in a 24 hour rental on M-GO. Thoroughly enjoyed the film and look forward to a sequel.

  • Dead | March 19, 2014 6:54 AMReply

    The movie was great. I hope it continues to do strong business this week. I would have seen it in theaters, but it just wasn't anywhere near me. So I rented it from amazon. I'll buy it when they put it out on blu ray (don't much care for "buying" digital copies of things).

    The film we got was already more than we might have expected seven years on from the cancellation of the show, and it did offer some much needed closure, but that doesn't stop me from wanting a sequel. A further continuation of the series would be fantastic. And hey, maybe next time they could put it in a theater that's within an hour of where I am.

  • cgamble | March 19, 2014 6:47 AMReply

    My daughter and I saw it at the movies, purchasing today on amazon prime and will be purchasing the DVD. We loved it! What about returning the series via Netflix? We became fans after the show was off
    the air.. My daughter found it on soapnet .. Bring it back!

  • Laura | March 19, 2014 4:09 AMReply

    Really enjoyed the movie. I've enjoyed watching the show on Amazon Prime with my teenage son these last few weeks. Was thrilled that my city was one of the 291 to get the film. In the sequel, please get Logan some anger management therapy.

  • angela | March 19, 2014 3:10 AMReply

    Just watched it on amazon prime. Wow. I was a fan of the show and was impressed with how they summerized Veronica's life in the beginning; including her relationships with her friends and Logan.

    It think this movie was exactly what we could have hoped for. We got to see her life after leaving and how much and little she has changed. We got to see Logan and veronica being pulled back together and it felt like the same chemistry between those two characters,like no time has past..
    The movie was a great balance of seeing old characters and giving the fans answers to questions we have longed for. I can see the possibility of a sequel. But if there isn't, there was enough of a resolution in the storyline. But if there is a sequel. We better see more veronica and Logan :)

  • Siavone | March 19, 2014 1:17 AMReply

    Loved it, been a Veronica Mars fan for years, even turned my kids n Hubby into fans. Looking forward to finding out if Ronni helps clean up Neptune and investigate murder of Saxs n how relationship turns out with Logan. Iced currently watched 4x now n have until 8-6 due to Vod with Dish, paid 6.99 for 6months. I can dig it.

  • tyna | March 18, 2014 11:07 PMReply

    Saw it in the theater. Need a sequel involving the murder of Deputy Sacks. Was Sheriff Lamb the sole person behind it or was there someone bigger? And so happy over Veronica and Logan rekindling their relationship.

  • Andrea | March 18, 2014 10:57 PMReply

    I am seeing it tomorrow night with a couple gal pals...and we are driving 80 miles to Austin just to see it on the big screen!!

  • Samantha | March 18, 2014 10:12 PMReply

    Saw it at the movie theatre. It was great! Us Marshmallow's want a sequel. :)

  • patricia | March 20, 2014 6:38 AM

    do you think that they are going to make another movie because I loved the first one and I am hoping they do

  • huaaaaaaaaa | March 18, 2014 10:11 PMReply

  • rena | March 18, 2014 10:09 PMReply

    I watched it on Dish on Demand. I will be buying it on DVD as well. I wanted to see it in the theater, but, unfortunately it isn't playing anywhere near my home. I want more!!

  • Christina | March 18, 2014 9:40 PMReply

    Please make a sequel!!!!!

  • Rachel | March 18, 2014 9:07 PMReply

    I watched it on iTunes on my iPad. First movie on my iPad. LOVED IT!!! Really hope there's a sequel!!

  • lindsay | March 18, 2014 9:04 PMReply

    I ordered it off charter on demand. I loved it and think be awesome for another one! Superexcited see movie come oout wish show was more than three seasons!

  • Veronica(No, Really!) | March 18, 2014 8:28 PMReply

    I saw it for free on Wedneday at a Pre-Showing, Thursday at a Fen Event, Friday evening, Sunday evening, and I will be seeing it again Wednesday evening. I am a backer and I still haven't watched it streaming yet. I backed enough to get a DVD but I also pre-ordered the blu-ray and the first book! I would have done nothing but go to screening after screening all day since then opening, but my time and budget is limited.

  • Mila | March 18, 2014 8:11 PMReply

    I watched it on AMAZON PRIME 3 times this weekend. I didn't have a problem at all. I think I may rent it again next weekend too.

  • Lisa R | March 18, 2014 8:00 PMReply

    Smiled it all the way through. Happy to see all the characters and enjoyed the inside jokes. It was only in one theater near us. I don't think another movie is needed, but I would go!

  • Cassie | March 18, 2014 7:57 PMReply

    Watched it on bt on demand in the uk I paid even though I had a digital copy because I wanted to add to numbers. Loved it and all the little extra lines for marshmallows; I think leo's fbi one was the best.

  • Lisa | March 18, 2014 7:41 PMReply

    Had a hard time at first finding it in the theater...Found it on sunday night and went Monday. It was amazing! I hope they make another one.

  • Dee | March 18, 2014 7:18 PMReply

    Saw it on Thursday at a fan event, then Friday in the theater and watched my digital copy once so far. Amazing!!! Hoping for a sequel. Cannot wait for the book!

  • starla | March 18, 2014 7:14 PMReply

    I LoVed the movie i hope there is another i want to see logan come back from the Navy i want to see them happy, more than they already have. <3

  • Tina | March 18, 2014 6:56 PMReply

    Seen it Loved it hope ther s a part two

  • Billy Suratt | March 18, 2014 4:32 PMReply

    No problems watching on Vudu. Great movie, and well worth the wait.

  • Jim | March 18, 2014 4:24 PMReply

    Many backers are making a mountain out of a molehill. Register for awful flixter. Link to ultra violet. Link to vudu. Watch the movie in 1080p on any television or bluray player made in the last 5 years. Could it be easier? Yes. Was it a disaster? No. This wonderful experience is being tainted because a lot of people lack basic technological understanding.

  • AD | March 18, 2014 6:23 PM

    A'men. Some of those people honestly made a huge fuss instead of calling/emailing customer service. Also, if they're trying to call at midnight, chances are the amount of CSRs are very low. Some people need better patience and, as you said, better understanding.

  • CC K | March 18, 2014 4:03 PMReply

    I thought the movie was great. The snarkiness I missed so much was there!! I loved how even the minor characters kept popping up...Clint, Vinnie, Madison...and bring their "charms" back.
    As for viewing, I rented it on Google Play for my Android tablet without any problems. The $5.99+tax to rent was TOTALLY worth it considering I would have had to drive over 3 hours to get to the nearest theater showing it then pay another $15-20 to watch it. I watched it 3 times in 24 hours, made sure to get my money's worthm but wished I'd just bought it outright.

  • Courtney | March 18, 2014 3:57 PMReply

    I loved the movie except it seemed rushed. There didn't seem to be as much suspense or growth. Also, the storyline about the corruption of the police wasn't given as much attention as it probably should have been. It just seemed like there was a lot going on and not a whole lot of consideration and attention given to each story. That being said, I plan on re-watching my favorite scenes later on and hope for a better sequel.

  • AD | March 18, 2014 6:30 PM

    I felt that the first 10 minutes did seem rushed, but then felt as if it grew a nice steady pace because I kept glancing at how much time I had and saw that I still had 60, 50, 40, 30 minutes. I've watched it a total of 5x already and thought, minus the first 10 minutes, it was well edited.

    About the police corruption, I think was left questioned because Rob Thomas planned for two things: 1, It explains *why* Veronica chooses to stay in Neptune (it wasn't just about Logan, it was about Veronica recognizing that her role in the world is to be a PI and that Neptune is the place for her). And 2, there leaves a possibility for a continuation story (whether that be in book, TV, and movie format).

  • Sarah | March 18, 2014 3:47 PMReply

    I backed this movie and had the VOD code on Friday but so glad I went and saw it on the big screen. I really hope they get a sequel as Veronica is such a strong, female role model to counterbalance the pathetic Bella Swan who faints when she's kissed!

  • Pdizzlescott | March 18, 2014 3:12 PMReply

    While it was a good movie.......I found it way to predictable for a murder mystery. Right when they introduced the character I knew right away by how the person acted and Still felt like it was just one long episode tau could've been free and paid for by commercials lol

  • AD | March 18, 2014 6:34 PM

    Um....of *course* it was going to be a murder mystery. What was the center of seasons 1 and 2?? They all deal with murder mysteries. Veronica Mars is classic Neo-Noir. I'm not sure what you were wanting the sub-plot to be about??

  • bobby | March 18, 2014 2:54 PMReply

    Saw it this weekend, loved it! going back today with other non VM fans. Taking my nieces this weekend. They were too young to watch the series, and after just the trailer they are all in! We Mashmallows need to educate those who never caught it, and that they do not need to know the shop, to love the movie!

  • Sabrina | March 18, 2014 2:49 PMReply

    I bought it VOD through Comcast. Seen it 3 times already and LoVed it! Looking forward to a sequel!

  • Trish | March 18, 2014 2:38 PMReply

    I took my daughters and a friend of theirs to see the movie. We drove 3 hours to get to see the movie, and then drove home after. I loved it and so did they! We are ready for more VMars! I also got my TM to go see it this week. I have preordered the BluRay, ordered it on VOD as well. I even preordered the first book as well. We are definitely Marshmallows in this house! Haha!

  • Jeff | March 18, 2014 2:30 PMReply

    Np problem on Itunes

  • Mike M | March 18, 2014 1:55 PMReply

    I went and saw it in the theater and then bought a VoD copy from iTunes. I'm planning on making another trip to the theater in the next couple of days. VM fans, if you can, you should do the same! Let's manipulate those box office totals :p

  • Cheryl | March 18, 2014 1:46 PMReply

    I saw it at the movie with my husband and purchased it on VOD which I watched again yesterday. I had to rewind it and watch several scenes more than once. I really want a sequel too.

  • Nola | March 18, 2014 12:39 PMReply

    I loved the movie. I watched it twice in theaters (recruiting non Veronica Mars fan co-workers, and also a Meetup group), and then bought it on VOD, even though I have the dvd coming (and the Flixter option) for being a Kickstarter donor. I'm doing my part, because I REALLY want another movie. :)

  • Dale | March 18, 2014 12:24 PMReply

    Warner Bros IS NOT refunding amounts on other platforms. They are rejecting all requests for refunds. Proof of purchase will be returned with a "SOLUTION REJECTED" subject line. The only options are eventually getting Flixster to work or a $10 refund. If the Flixster code has been redeemed, the $10 refund does not appear available, either. They apparently will only help those with redeemed codes in getting Flixster to work.

  • Mare | March 18, 2014 11:11 AMReply

    I was lucky to have a nearby AMC to see the movie on Saturday. Then came home and bought it on VOD. I am ready for a sequel!

  • EM | March 18, 2014 11:08 AMReply

    You need the weekend numbers from the VOD before any decision is made for a small film. That is basic in the industry. It no longer runs on box office earnings. Thought, per theater, which is what they look at for small films, is very high. That is a good sign. Not to mention how well the On Demand numbers for the series itself are doing. These all will factor in. It is not as simple as a small weekend BO and a few streaming tech issues.

  • Susan | March 18, 2014 10:58 AMReply

    Loved the movie! We were lucky to have it playing at a nearby AMC so saw it on Saturday; the first show we went to was sold out. I hope it continues to do well next week and gets a sequel!

  • Rebekah | March 18, 2014 9:39 AMReply

    Loved this movie so much!! The hubby and I went to see it in theatres and loved it so much we purchased the VOD as soon as we got home and watched it again!! Keeping my fingers crossed for a sequel.

  • Julia Morden | March 18, 2014 2:12 AMReply

    love love loved the movie -can't wait for more ...the movie was sold well to the marshmallows but not to new possible viewers ...bummer about digital situation but the movie was perfect ....thank you folks and Rob T.

  • Tabetha | March 18, 2014 12:13 AMReply

    EXCELLENT movie! Do not miss it on the big screen before it is out of theaters! The screen and sound at the theater make this movie even better!

  • Remizak | March 17, 2014 6:17 PMReply

    I had no problems at all redeeming my code on Flixster. I live in the boonies and have the very slowest DSL speed and no problems whatsoever getting it up and running and no buffering, drops or quality degradation with the streaming.

    The per-screen take was strong, so I'm not surprised WB seems pleased with this.

    The movie is like a two-part episode of the TV show, and that's a GOOD thing. I'm sure fans are very happy and I hope there will be a sequel. I've also pre-ordered the book, The Thousand Dollar Tan Line, that's coming out next week and picks up where the movie leaves off.

  • nicole | March 17, 2014 5:13 PMReply

    I watched the movie Friday night at home on Flixster. I had no problems at all redeeming my code. I loved the movie, and am looking forward to my DVD arriving soon to watch special features. I may go see it on the big screen, too, but lets face it- when this show was on the air I watched it on a 19" screen. Now I have a 50" HD TV. So it was already like seeing it on the big screen. If they do a sequel, I am there.

  • hank | March 17, 2014 4:22 PMReply

    what's it matter to WB if the film makes back it's $5 Million budget? They didn't pay for it. As far as WB is concerned they just made $2 Million dollars for a movie they didn't want to finance.

  • AD | March 18, 2014 6:56 PM

    Peter and Hey, Hank,
    Kalin stated that fans raised $5.7 mil and WB pitched .3 million (meaning $300K). This all equalled out to be $6 mil, total not each.

  • Kalin | March 18, 2014 4:52 PM

    I think fans raised 5.7 million and WB pitched in .3 to round it up to 6. I heard this extra money includes the "previouslies" style first two minute scene and a few extra scenes with Keith/Veronica based on feedback from test audiences.

  • Peter | March 17, 2014 8:27 PM

    "Fans raised 5.7 million and WB threw in an extra 6 million."

    Eh? Where was it spent?

  • Hey, Hank | March 17, 2014 5:08 PM

    Fans raised 5.7 million and WB threw in an extra 6 million.

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