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Famous 'Veronica Mars' Guest Stars Who Could Appear In The Movie (PHOTOS) (VIDEO)

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From Oscar nominees to Emmy winners and Warrior Princesses to Gossip Girls, "Veronica Mars" had its fair share of now-famous guest stars back in the day.

Many famous faces, like Leighton Meester and Krysten Ritter, appeared as classmates of Veronica's (Kristen Bell) at Neptune High and could easily appear at the 10-year reunion series creator Rob Thomas has planned for the "Veronica Mars" movie in the works. Others, like Lucy Lawless and Jonathan Taylor Thomas, might be a little bit of a stretch, but maybe it could still happen?

Thomas told The Huffington Post that actors "are coming out of the woodwork and it's been great."

"There are a lot of people who I've heard from saying, 'Hey ... Is there a chance my character is going to be in there?' I've been happy to say yes to the very small of those -- like the very small characters like Corny [Jonathan Chesner], our resident stoner. I plan on putting Corny in the movie," Thomas said. "Our Madison Sinclair [Amanda Noret] -- how can we have a 10-year reunion where she wasn't there? So yeah, a lot of the smaller characters will make an appearance."

Click through the slideshow below to see the famous faces who popped up on "Veronica Mars" over the years.

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