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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by cmontyburns, Mar 13, 2013.
To Kill A Mockingbird
I didn't see the interview, but her next film to be released is "The Lifeguard," opening August 30.
It's also available on iTunes now.
Shirts are rolling out: https://twitter.com/amanda_noret/status/362725634650300416/photo/1
"crew" is on that one.
What? She's cast, not crew!
Ahh, I totally missed that! Whoever does the movie's FB page should have noted that. They now have scores of people asking where there shirts are.
Watched the episode last night where Mac learns she was switched at birth. I forgot how emotional this episode was plus bonus Aaron Paul!!!
I've owned S1 for years and watched it this spring during the Kickstarter mania. But I never had S2 or S3 and haven't seen either since they first aired. I finally picked up a copy of S2 on eBay (brand new, $18) and am tearing into it. Just finish E6, "Rat Saw God".
I had forgotten how dense this season is! Lots happening in each episode, not all of it with success. But I'm enjoying revisiting it almost as much as I did rewatching S1, which I hadn't seen for a few years. I had forgotten who caused the bus crash, but was reminded of it in some article or other after the Kickstarter. So that's a bummer, but it'll be fun putting the puzzle together again.
Wow! I watched the exact same episode last night
I am enjoying going back to S1 (and S2 & S3) and watching everything come back together. I had forgotten so many things about this show that it is fun watching it again.
That episode gives me chills. Especially at the end, with that song, "Put yourself, put yourself in my place" with the creepy chanting...and the last thing she says (voice over, talking to Clarence Weidman), "Game on".
The Comic Con footage is on the backers website now.
iTunes has the season 1 pilot (episode 1, the way it was aired on the network) for free this week. Also it looks like full seasons have been discounted (S1 is $24.99 HD and $19.99 SD; S2 and S3 are $24.99 SD and $29.99 HD).
I may have to get season 3. I've had the DVDs for S1 since back in the day, but I hadn't seen S2 or S3 since they first aired. I recently picked up a new copy of S2 from eBay for about $18, and having finished that I was looking for S3 at around the same price. But no dice -- it's in the $30's even on eBay. If I pay that price I might as well get it from iTunes, and it would be in HD.
You may want to check wbshop at http://www.wbshop.com/search.do?query=veronica+mars&format=DVD. They have all three seasons on DVD for under $20 each.
Wow, thanks for that -- I had no idea. Season 3 for $16.50!
There's some cable channel that runs all the episodes, all the time. They run 'em from start to finish, then run them again. Over and over. One or two eps a day.
[runs to TiVo to see what channel it is...]
SOAP channel. Have no idea who or what SOAP is, but after all this VM talk lately, I decided to record them all, so I have 64 (?) eps sitting on my TiVo, waiting for the right time to have my own VM marathon.
So if you have the SOAP channel, you can get them for free.
But in SD
I saw that as a downside, too, but the upside is it takes less space. I'll have to see what the picture quality turns out to be to see how viable it is for me. (I'm not too much of an HD snob, so should be OK?)
I was in LA last weekend, visiting a friend. Ive mentioned her before; she and her boyfriend do a lot of background work in Hollywood.
Her boyfriend spent a day working as a cab driver on the Veronica Mars movie. He said that the character in the cab was taking his parents to or from the airport (I cant remember). I asked who it was, and he asked me if Zach Efron was in the movie. I showed him a picture of Piz, and he thought thats who it was. He said there were several backers on the set that day, and that he thought the couple who played Pizs parents were also backers.
It was funny because even though the whole Kickstarter campaign has been the talk of Hollywood and he was aware of it, he said it took a while to realize that some of the extras were backers. He joked that they (he and some other background folks) couldnt figure out why all of these extras were standing around, seemingly very happy to be there!
Stickers and shirts start going out today!