The creator of television series about a teenage investigator has revealed that he has discussed about the possibility to bring it to the big screen.
Rumor has it teen drama mystery series "Veronica Mars" is most likely to be brought up to the big screen. Latest report coming in for the speculation claimed that the series' creator Rob Thomas has been discussing about the possibility of a movie with the depicter of the teenage private investigator herself, Kristen Bell.
Though revealing that he is still very much involved in other projects, such as a revamping of his '90s dramedy "Cupid" and an adaptation of the New Zealand series "Outrageous Fortune", he insisted that developing the movie version is on top of his list. "It's very tough to focus on it right now with two pilots on my plate," he shared to EW's Michael Ausiello. "But as soon as I have any free time, that's my top priority."
He also let out that he has talked about the matter with Bell sometime last week saying, "Kristen and I ran into each other, and we did discuss a Veronica movie." Adding further on the chance of the movie being made, Thomas added that he has tossed out the idea to the series' executive producer Joel Silver through a few conversations.
"Veronica Mars" was a television show about a high school student moonlighting as a private investigator in her father's own private investigation agency. She is initially pulled to the detective world when her best friend was murdered. The series following her from high school to college was premiered on September 22, 2004 and ended on May 22, 2007.