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    I'm all for it. Clerks 1 and 2 are my favorite Kevin Smith movies so there you go, it always seemed weird to me that he'd go out on a hockey movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    How dismissive of you sir.

    It is now being set up as a miniseries and!!!!!!!!

    Kevin Smith to Make ‘Clerks III’ (When Jeff Anderson Signs On) | /Film


    I NEED THIS TO HAPPEN. Clerks 2 is one of my fave movies. Yes, FAVE movies. It resonated with me and things in my life and I rewatch it often. It seems like perfect kismet for K.Smiths film career to end on a note that will please his fans while the critics just refuse to get it. Doc...before you say anything...**** you and your negativity on this one.
    I liked Clerks 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Naysay View Post
    I liked Clerks 2.
    Then...my apologies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Then...my apologies.
    Truth be told... I love Kevin Smith's movies, tv shows and comic books.

    Except Cop Out.

    I just find him entirely too pleased with himself when he talks for longer than 5 minutes.

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    Other than while in character as silent Bob, has he ever talked for less than 5 minutes? The man does not shut up! It's actually part of his charm...
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    Mel Gibson Eyed Directing 'Good Will Hunting,' Kevin Smith Turned It Down But Brought It To Miramax | The Playlist

    "We met with Mel Gibson, and 'Braveheart' had just come out, and was as hot as could be," Affleck said. "But we hadn’t seen 'Braveheart' and Harvey was like, 'YOU HAVEN’T SEEN BRAVEHEART? ****ING LIE TO HIM AND TELL HIM YOU LOVE BRAVEHEART.' So the first thing we said was, 'We just want to tell you how much we loved Braveheart!' "

    But as things sometimes go, development began to stretch out, and the screenwriters started to get antsy. "Mel Gibson developed it for a few months," producer Chris Moore said. "Matt at one point said directly to Gibson, 'Look, man. We’re getting too old. If this keeps going by, Ben and I can’t play these parts. Is there any chance you’d just let it go?' And to Mel’s credit, he said, 'I totally understand what you’re saying.' That was a real stand-up thing to do."

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    I got retweeted by Kevin Smith.


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    Kevin Smith Might Write Clerks III As A Novel, Web Series Or Both... Maybe Feature Film Too, But Definitely Not A Play - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    Back when I was trying to figure out how to do Clerks III to make it interesting for me, because that’s the thing, it ain’t gonna be interesting for anybody else unless I’m like “Oh my god, this is the thing I’m most in love with right now,” I was trying to figure out ways to recreate it and make it interesting rather than just simply doing a movie and stuff.

    At one point I was thinking of it doing it on Broadway. I was like “You can do it as a limited run, man, six months” and somebody was like “If you do a six month Broadway run you will never make money, In fact, you’ll lose people money.” I was like “I didn’t know that,” so that went away.

    One of the things I talked about was doing it episodically online which would be kind of fun for me, it would be a way of getting away from doing it with a studio. And then I thought about doing it that way but marrying it with something else… I want to do Clerks III as a book first.

    I want to do episodic chapters so that as I release it people can read the whole thing, see what would it look like. I get to go inside the character’s heads, I get to tell Year One origin stories. The first chapter is Dante and Randall meeting in kindergarten and stuff like that. All the stuff that I can’t do in a movie.

    I’m a stoner so I want to investigate the inner life of every character and I can’t do that in ninety minutes where people are like “You make some ****ing Star Wars jokes, some dick jokes and then move the **** on.” So in a book I can get in there and really be artistic with it and have fun with it and stuff.

    And if I’m doing it in pieces, man, as opposed to just writing one big fat book, I’ll be honest with you, the audience is gonna influence it… I know a lot of people will be like “That’s ridiculous, it should be your artistic statement” but my whole thing, my leitmotif, my entire career has been about audience interactivity. Without the audience none of the Clerks stuff that leads to me sitting here with you ever happens.

    So for me to kind of write it episodically and to let people read it chapter by chapter and then pipe in and say “Oh man, I can’t believe it’s this” it could actually allow me to change direction.

    I know there’s a lot of people saying “Why would you want to, you’re an artist”, well now I’m a new media artist and a new media artist involves the audience. And that’s something that I’ve built for nearly 20 years at this point anyway.

    It feels like I’m going to work on something that’s not a film, a film would be the ultimate expression of what Clerks III is meant to be, but if I’m working on this kind of book version of it, the inner life of the mind of the characters and what not, I think it will be fun to be influenced by the audience every step of the way.

    First I thought about doing it as YouTube, then I thought about doing it as a book… the money will always be in doing it as a feature. If I want to get real creative, yeah, I’ll break it down and do it online, and yeah, I think it would catch on.

    If I was doing it with myself and puppets it’d be one thing but I’ve got to do it with Brian O’Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Jason Mewes… so everyone gets a say and a lot of them, I’m sure would be like “Let’s do it where the money is, man” which would be doing it as a movie.

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    Dates and Locations Revealed for Kevin Smith’s ‘Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie’ Tour | /Film

    May 5 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern


    Jay and Silent Bob are back! Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes are hitting the road with their new animated film, JAY & SILENT BOB’S SUPER GROOVY CARTOON MOVIE – which blazes across America in a series of one-night-only shows starting April 20, 2013 in Atlanta at the Center Stage Theater. The legendary best buds from Jersey are back to dispense weed and wisdom in cartoon form and audiences will have the opportunity to watch the new movie and stick around for a rip-roaring Q&A afterwards. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 1, 2013 at Jay & Silent Bob's Groovy Cartoon Movie.

    Who's coming with?

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