Learn more about how first-time filmmaker Kevin Smith managed to make his seminal 1994 comedy Clerks in the new comedy Shooting Clerks.
Jim Breuer and Andrew Lowery starred as Randall and Dante in a failed 1995 TV pilot based on Kevin Smith's indie hit Clerks.
Clerks and Mallrats director Kevin Smith is the subject of a new biopic movie from writer and director Christopher Downie.
Kevin Smith explains how different Clerks 3 is from its predecessors, and the amount of black and white being use.
It isn't known when director Kevin Smith plans on shooting Clerks 3, but he reveals that Tusk helped pave the way to securing financing.
Clerks 3 will be shot after Anti-Claus, while Kevin Smith reveals the Tusk spin-off entitled Yoga-Hosters centers on two minor characters seen in the original.
Director Kevin Smith got sidetracked with two horror movies, but will hopefully return for this long awaited sequel very soon.
She'll reprise her role as Becky from Clerks II, with director Kevin Smith shooting this May.
The director has finished writing the final chapter of his Clerks trilogy, which is being compared to The Empire Strikes Back at 137 pages.
The filmmaker starts writing on the same day production began on Clerks exactly 20 years ago.
Kevin Smith wants to visit Dante and Randall's first meeting in kindergarten, with the audience guiding each book chapter.
Director Kevin Smith wants to release his final movie in conjunction with the 20th Anniversary of his first film Clerks.
The Red State director had initially planned on Hit Somebody to be his last feature film before focusing solely on his SModcast Pictures company.
Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith on coming back to play their famous alter egos.
Dante and Randall are back in the sequel to Kevin Smith's classic 1994 hit film.
The best undiscovered dancing talent the U.S. has to offer will endure a grueling competition to become America's No. 1 dancer.
Johnny Knoxville and Joseph Gordon-Levitt also in talks for Killshot.
The production begins in September.
...the director gives up some juicy details