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Watch: First Clip From 'Veronica Mars' Makes The Leap From TV To Movies

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist December 4, 2013 at 3:44PM

With $5,702,153 in its pocket thanks to fans, the "Veronica Mars" movie has a pretty heavy burden of expectation on it. Not only does it have to sate the appetite of those who have been dying to see the return of the character after the series was canceled in 2007, but it also has to deliver so folks feel like their money was well invested.
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With $5,702,153 in its pocket thanks to fans, the "Veronica Mars" movie has a pretty heavy burden of expectation on it. Not only does it have to sate the appetite of those who have been dying to see the return of the character after the series was canceled in 2007, but it also has to deliver so folks feel like their money was well invested.

And so, here comes the first clip from "Veronica Mars" and... Well, we suppose there are only so many ways to stretch $5 million. Kristen Bell takes center stage at her character's high school reunion, with snark to spare and even some voiceover. That said, it all feels very TV-like and working within its budget, though we will say Tina Majorino's hair is amazing.

"Veronica Mars" is on another case on March 14, 2014. 

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