kbell1.jpgThe Internet has been a buzz with rumors that the CW’s recently retired (or should I say euthanized) detective show, “Veronica Mars,” will be made into a movie. Following the shows abrupt end last May, fans and hopefuls longed, pleaded, and offered up their first born child for an on-screen resurrection. Take a look at any message board, and you’ll see what I mean. One man even proposed during a “Veronica Mars” commercial break.

But plans for a movie are still non-existent, the show’s star, Kristen Bell told MTV.

“There’s [rumored] talk of a movie one day. Maybe. Who knows?… [But] we haven’t even discussed it… Depends on how well I age… But I’d go wherever [the writers] took me. I think that they’ve always been utterly brilliant.”

The show abruptly ended, leaving fans to their fan-fic and wild imaginations.

“There is no future, unfortunately,” Bell said. “Everybody’s really, really sad to see it go, and we all just keep e-mailing each other. We’re just missing everyone. [But] she has been laid to rest [and] may she rest in peace.”

However, it still isn’t out of the question. The studios have to run out of comic book heroes, quintuples, and remake rights at some point, and then maybe they’ll turn to old WB/CW shows for ideas instead. Think of the possibilities! Dawson’s Creek: The Movie. The Chosen Ones, a Buffy Movie. Okay I’ll stop now. I think I’m scaring you.

Source: MTV.com and JoBlo

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