Kevin Smith’s Last Film Will Be Clerks III

Although he’s been eyeing a retirement from filmmaking for some time, Kevin Smith revealed today, via his Twitter account, that his final feature film will be Clerks III.

Smith says that plans for a third Clerks film will move forward, “the minute Jeff Anderson signs on.” Anderson, along with Brian O’Halloran, played Randal Graves and Dante Hicks (respectively) in the original 1994 Clerks. A pair of young slackers working minimum wage customer service jobs, they reprised their roles for a short-lived animated series and then returned to the big screen in 2006′s Clerks II.

Although there’s no specific timeframe listed the project, it’s possible that Clerks III could target a 2014 release, taking advantage of the original film’s 20th anniversary.

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One thought on “Kevin Smith’s Last Film Will Be Clerks III

  1. Not sure I feel about this one. Do we really want to see Dante and Randall as ageing family men?

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