Who doesn't love them some Kristen Bell?
When you're chatting with Bell, there are two things you have to ask her about (besides her new show on Showtime House of Lies): When is the Veronica Mars movie happening? And will we ever get more than just her voice on Gossip Girl?
OK, and one more thing: When are she and Dax Shepard getting married? Let's get to that one first...
What's up with the wedding plans?
"Nothing. I don't have any plans," she says with a laugh. "I don't really care."
OK, with that out of the way, let's get to the TV talk. "XOXO, Gossip Girl" is our weekly reminder than Kristen Bell is the voice behind the infamous Gossip Girl. So because she brings GG to life vocally, it's only fair to assume we'll someday see her face on the Upper East Side…right?
"I don't know. I don't write it," she tells us. "I'm Josh Schwartz's puppet and I'm happy to be one. That's up to him. It comes out of his big, beautiful brain."
OK, still on the fence about showing her face on the CW hit. But she's definitely off the fence and dancing in the lush grass below about a Veronica Mars movie. "We're all dying to do a Veronica Mars movie," Bell gushes. "I would absolutely be game. We're trying to find creative ways to figure out a Veronica Mars reunion."
Max Greenfield wants it. Bell wants it. What the heck is everyone else waiting for?!
The darling blonde certainly has not been hurting for awesome co-stars since Veronica Mars. She appears in House of Lies with the one and only Don Cheadle, after all. "He's a full-fledged movie star, which is a bit intimidating," she tells us. "He's so talented that you really want him to be as cool as he is talented. And once he delivers and you realize he's far cooler than you are, then you're just jealous of him the rest of the time you're working together. That's pretty much how it goes when you work with Don Cheadle, because he's so exceptional."
We think you're pretty exceptional too, girl. Check out our full interview with Bell above.
House of Lies premieres Jan. 8 on Showtime.
—Reporting by Farrell Roth