Fans were crushed when Veronica Mars (starring Kristen Bell) was cancelled after three seasons in 2007.
Fans were basically devastated when they didn’t get some form of closure. Now, all the fans prayers have pretty much been answered as a Veronica Mars movie is looking like a very strong possible thanks to Kickstarter.
Kickstarter is a means for people to independently fund their projects by persuading the public to invest, which is exactly what creator Rob Thomas did. According to Thomas, the Veronica Mars movie hit $1 million faster than any project before it. The project passed the $3 million mark on Thursday a little after 7:00 p.m.
If Kickstarter can bring Veronica Mars back, just imagine what it could do for the other small, but strongly beloved, TV shows that got the network’s blade. The crowd-sourcing website might actually be the answer to all of our feelings.
Here is a list of all the shows that deserve a movie for closure
Okay, so there was a movie, but thats not enough. Fans have too many feelings for them to all be satisfied by one movie. Creator Joss Whedon told Buzzfeed “So I don’t even entertain the notion of entertaining the notion of doing this, and won’t. Couple years from now, when Nathan [Fillion]‘s no longer [on] Castle and I’m no longer the Tom Hagen of the Marvel Universe and making a giant movie, we might look and see where the market is then. But right now, it’s a complete non-Kickstarter for me.” Ouch. Right in the feels Whedon.
Sarah Michele Gellar starred in the CW’s Ringer for one season before before getting cancelled in 2012. The series finale put all the cards on the table, and fans were never able to see an encounter between the twins Siobhan and Bridget. The show was basically about a pair of twins, one was a psycho murderer who was ruining the life of good twin Bridget. Lame? Not quite as the show was fast paced and intense. So yeah, we need some closure.
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Victoria Abraham defines one up and coming artist each week so you can impress your friends with your musical brilliance. This week, she tackles Chaos Chaos, a band from Seattle, Washington.
Listening to Chaos Chaos, (formerly known as Smoosh), will amp up your cool factor because 1. They’re an indie pop band who’ve turned slightly electro, 2. The band is made up of two sisters, 3. They released their first album before they were teenagers, and 4. Their new EP is coming out on Oct. 16.
Band Members: Chloe Saavedra (vocals, drummer) and Asy Saavedra (vocals, keyboard)
Used in a sentence: “Asy and Chloe are impressively multi-talented, and their new single, “My Hands,” hints at great things to come.”
Download now: “My Hands”
File next to: Tori Amos
Five fast facts:
1. The girls released three albums under the band name Smoosh. Read more…