The actress starred as the title character, a student-turned-private investigator, in the cult series for three seasons before it was dropped by the CW in 2007.
But she's desperate to bring Veronica Mars back to life -- and has issued a plea to fans begging them to flood Warner Bros. executives with calls and emails to help the show's creator Rob Thomas put plans into motion.
Bell writes on her Twitter page, "VM movie fans - Rob (Thomas) and I took it to WB (Warner Bros.) - and they said, 'There is no enthusiasm' to make it. So fans have to convince WB! Rob and I are in!
"I've told 'em I want to so bad - I think they don't think it will make any money so they want to be sure people will see it. Big business. Ugh.
"My guess would be the best route is anywhere Warner Brothers asks 4 (sic) feedback, you guys write, 'We want the VM movie.'"
And Bell is so desperate to do the project, she would even be happy if it skipped the theaters and was only released on DVD.
She adds, "I'd do the film if I ended up w/ the only copy & no one saw it - I'd do dvd - but I think VM deserves some props in the theatre."
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