‘Clerks 3’: Kevin Smith confirms that the sequel is underway (and now it seems that he says seriously)

'Clerks 3': Kevin Smith confirms that the sequel is underway (and now it seems that he says seriously)


it’s Been over six years since Kevin Smith announced its intention to close the trilogy that opened in the mid 90’s while he was laying the foundations of the indie film of prestige in the shadow of Miramax. Today, with many kilos of less, years of more and a filmography full of ups and downs, Kevin Smith confirms ‘Clerks 3’ is officially underway.

the Return of the workers


At the beginning of 2013, Smith dropped for the first time the possibility of a third movie to Dante and Randal, but the project is not finished off. Again, Smith suggested last year ‘Clerks 3’ it was on the way… and we didn’t have any more.

Today, a couple of weeks the premiere of the ‘Jay & Silent Bob’s Reboot‘, Smith gets officially launched their longed for project. According to Smith, was a recent meeting with Anderson that it helped him to decide to actually make the film.

Clerks‘ was the film that put Kevin Smith on the map as a comedy  on a day in the life of two workers, generating a lot of compliments and getting to Smith, a fan base that still accompany until today.

it Is a good news to have Smith in the form and with projects on the table, although personally I would prefer to continue exploring that facet of yourself as a director of cinema of terror that so good results gave in the extraordinaryRed State‘ and ‘Tusk‘.

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The news ‘Clerks 3’: Kevin Smith confirms that the sequel is underway (and now it seems that he says seriously) was originally published in Espinof by Kiko Vega .


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‘Clerks 3’: Kevin Smith confirms that the sequel is underway (and now it seems that he says seriously)
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October 1, 2019

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