Clerks 3 Is Happening with New Script Says Kevin Smith
Employees 3 are happening, promises director Kevin Smith. The filmmaker has made this year at San Diego Comic-Con to promote his latest film, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot which sees him officially return to the Askew View universe that's only going to be in the world. he had launched in 1994 with Commis . It's been more than 10 years since we expected the final entry of the trilogy and Smith is now determined to achieve this, confirming that he will write a new scenario for the long-awaited sequel.
in the panel question-and-answer session, which took place in Hall H of SDCC. At one point, a fan asked about Clerks 3. Kevin Smith explained that the scenario that he originally wrote is something which he is very proud of, but he does not represent exactly where he is. creatively in his life right now. Here's what Smith had to say about it.
"When I wrote Commis III I wrote it during C & # 39; a little darker in my life, and it's kind of the King Lear of our movies. "I love it, it's one of my favorite scenarios, but it's dark. It's dark, and that's not what Dante and Randal deserve .. will never make this version of Clerk III but I will write another . III and we will make this ****** film, I promise, and in a world where we have to bring back Ben [Affleck] I can bring Jeff [Anderson] back. "
Kevin Smith renewed his friendship with Ben Affleck for Jay and Silent Bob Reboot and this seems to have given him a new motivation. As previously stated, Jeff Anderson, who plays Randall, was part of the reason Clerks 3 did not occur after Smith wrote the first script. However, Smith seems convinced that he will be able to change his old friend's opinion, while asserting that he owes Anderson and Brian O'Halloran, who interprets Dante, another film.
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Clerks ] launched Kevin Smith's career significantly. The 1994 black-and-white film was shoveled and eventually became an independent hit after its screening at Sundance. Smith made a sequel, Clerks II published in 1996 and, compared to his small budget, will also prove a success.
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot is due to arrive in theaters in October. Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes embark on a national tour to promote it during special screenings. The filmmaker also recently announced that he would be making a reading of his abandoned Clerks scenario in New Jersey next month in support of The First Avenue Playhouse. Smith also has several other planned projects, including Moose Jaws and his Howard the Duck for Hulu. Maybe after all this, he can embark on a new scenario to conclude the adventures of Dante and Randall. Comicbook.com has already reported this news.