Logan's life is torn apart when Lilly is murdered and Keith Mars publicly accuses Jake Kane, father of Lilly and Duncan, of the crime.Logan is horrified by the accusation, and when Veronica refuses to renounce her father, Logan quickly moves to blackball Veronica from the popular "09er" crowd.Logan Echolls is Veronica's on-again, off-again boyfriend, and Duncan Kane's best friend.He is a snarky, witty 09er who ranges from being hostile to deeply caring.Yes, in case you had any doubt, Dohring can still smolder.And yes, years later, there are definitely still sparks between former lovers Veronica and Logan, a fact TVLine can attest to after visiting the film’s set last summer.Say what you will about the smoldering stares of “True Blood’s” Alexander Skarsgard or “Vampire Diaries'” Ian Somerhalder, but “Veronica Mars'” Jason Dohring owns that intense, soul-melting power move.For three seasons, Dohring played Logan Echolls, the sarcastic friend-turned-enemy-turned-frenemy-turned-boyfriend-turned … And, starting this weekend, fans of the series can rekindle that magic when they head to theaters or open their laptops to see the movie version of the popular CW show.
But we’d heard about it for years and, since it was such a long process, we didn’t think much of it. We did this little video for Kickstarter that sort of went viral through the halls of Warner Bros.Here are all the Hollywood stars who may have introduced them to one another…Dohring, whose casting was announced by series creator Rob Thomas, is the third actor to sign on to the project, joining star Kristen Bell and the deep-pocketed supporter who scored the role of the waiter who says, “Your check, sir.” RELATED | Be Back Dohring’s Logan Echolls is crucial to the plot of the film, which finds Veronica pulled into a murder mystery involving the bad boy’s pop star girlfriend. I., meanwhile, will be “dating someone” at the start of the movie, Thomas previously told TVLine.When his mother commits suicide during his junior year, Veronica assists him in confirming her death, and they later begin dating.Described as Neptune High's "obligatory psychotic jackass" by Veronica (Pilot), Logan was originally one of the school's main bullies and a nemesis for Veronica. Also in attendance were cast members Betty Gilpin, Chris Lowell, Ellen Wong, Britt Baron, Kimmy Gatewood, Sunita Mani, Sydelle Noel, Marianna Palka, Jackie Tohn, Britney Young, Kate Nash, Alex Rich, Marc Maron, and more.