The sequel to the 1994 independent hit picks up 10 years later. It's about what happens when that lazy, 20-something malaise lasts into your 30s. It's time for the Dante and Randal to actually grow up and do something more than just sit around and dissect pop culture and talk about sex.
In 1994, the world was exposed to Jay and Silent Bob, the two slackers who hung outside the Quik Stop in the movie, Clerks. Well, their back in the sequel to that popular film, properly titled, Clerks II.
Of course, their real names are Kevin Smith (Silent Bob) and Jason Mewes (Jay); and as you know, Kevin is also the writer, director, producer, editor, sometimes sound man, and basically anything else he needs to for all of his films as well.Read More
Kevin Smith fans can rejoice! Dante and Randall are back! That's right, Clerks II is the latest in the long line of Kevin's 'Jay and Silent Bob' series, and the sequel to the independent movie that started it all - Clerks!
Jeff Anderson (Randall) and Brian O'Halloran (Dante) came back for this film with mixed feelings. Even with a great relationship with Kevin, Jeff was a little worried about doing this movie just because of the stereotyping it could cause. But, obviously he agreed and they shot the film. Rosario Dawson joined the cast as Dante and Randall's new boss at Mooby's; Trevor Fehrman plays their nerdy teen co-worker.Read More
According to Variety, Rosario Dawson will star in the twin bill Killshot and Passion of the Clerks for the Weinstein Co.
The Weinsteins are near deals with Johnny Knoxville and Joseph Gordon-Levitt to join Diane Lane, Mickey Rourke and Thomas Jane in Killshot, the John Madden-directed adaptation of the Elmore Leonard bestseller.Read More
Movie PictureKevin Smith recently posted on his official site, ViewAskew, the latest status of the production of his upcoming Clerks sequel, Clerks 2: The Passion of the Clerks.ost of y'all may already know this from reading "My Boring-Ass Life", but just in case...
So production on "Clerks 2" has been pushed back to a September start, to allow me to head up to Vancouver this week for the two month and change "Catch & Release" shoot.Read More
Over the weekend, director Kevin Smith updated fans on the progress of his next film, The Passion of the Clerks, over at his official website.
- I can't wait to shoot it, and I can't wait 'til you all see it.Read More