You just finished the Veronica Mars movie. How was the last day on set?
You know, you sign up for a lot of heartbreaks in life. I entered this relationship knowing that this would end. But it felt, still to the very last day when my car pulled out of the parking lot, so surreal. I thought, “I cannot fucking believe that we made the Veronica Mars movie.” We talked about it forever. At moments, it felt as far-fetched as a kid talking about wanting to be an astronaut. That kid probably isn’t going to come anywhere close to being an astronaut.
But I’m so happy that we did it and it was as much fun, if not more fun, than the series. It was even more special, because we grew up together in our 20s and now we all have kids and brought our kids to the set. My baby’s playing with like Percy [Dagg III]’s baby. And they just look like us. It was just really special.
"Veronica Mars" fans think the relationship between Veronica and Logan is epic, but it wasn’t — and still might not be — the case. At an off-site "Veronica Mars" Comic-Con fan event in San Diego, series creator Rob Thomas discussed the chemistry between the two characters and actors Kristen Bell and Jason Dohring.