But Thomas has done more than his cult classic television show.
Drive Me Crazy was released 1999 staring Melissa Joan Hart and Adrian Grenier and you can see this was a precursor to Veronica. Thomas has a thing for snappy blondes.
Dawson’s Creek… which I have never watched so I can’t comment.
I Zombie… again, I haven’t watched it…
Back to Veronica… and to follow the television series and film, Thomas has gifted the fans with novels of Veronica Mars (which I read last year and reviewed and they were fabulous!) Working with Jennifer Graham. They are a great team and I want to see them do more stories. Pretty please. I love his writing style and the way he commands the story with such ease and lets it unfold.
I wonder what sort of school he went to; he is constantly revealing social hierarchy as if it was a French palace court. Careful, or you’ll lose your head.
Rob Thomas proves that a writer can make it big in Hollywood, and even if your show (which is clearly beloved by viewers) gets cancelled (Why? And then replace it with reality crap?) you can use the power of the universe to continue the story. Cue, Crowdfunding. That’s how we have the Veronica Mars film, because the fans who were up-to-date with all the news got in fast to put the money up for it.
To those people; THANK YOU!
So I find it inspiring that the people behind Veronica Mars, the writers, the crew, the actors, the fans, could band together and get shit done.
Of course, you have to have a solid and large fanbase for that to happen… I know, working on it.
So I respect what they have done and what they had to do. And I love that they overcame everything for the project that mattered most to them. They didn’t give up. United by Rob Thomas, they went and did it.
That is true motivation.