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'Veronica Mars' Film Sets Kickstarter Fundraising Record

Fans of the UPN and CW show Veronica Mars, which aired from 2004 to 2007, set a record on the fundraising site Kickstarter, contributing more than $1 million in less than five hours to help finance a Warner Brothers–produced Veronica Mars feature film. What do you think?

  • “Set up a Kickstarter fund for a Yes, Dear movie and watch that record fall.”

    Gill Whittaker
    Flying Instructor
  • “I never donate money, but when a major global media corporation asks for help, how can you say no?”

    Sue Daiko
    Electric Blanket Wirer
  • “Wowee, if Kristen Bell can raise a million bucks on the ’net, I’ll bet a guy like me, Joss Whedon, could really clean up.”

    Joss Whedon
    Film And Television Producer

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