“We almost all ended up here”
Kevin Smith has once again shared an update on the status of the upcoming Clerks sequel and it looks like he’s almost finished post-production on the sequel.
Kevin Smith has done a great job of keeping Clerks fans have updated the work in progress on the third installment of the franchise, and in its latest update, it looks like Clerk 3 is pretty much ready to go and just waiting to receive a release date. Completing the trilogy started by Clerks In 1994 and its sequel released in 2006, Smith again brought together his usual suspects for the threequel, which he first spoke about in 2014. After a long wait, Smith finally revealed in 2021 that the script was complete and that ‘He would be rolling the cameras with the aim of finishing filming in the latter part of the year.
In his latest Fatman Podcast episode, Smith revealed that he’s now almost ready to announce that all work on the film is complete, and he only has the last reel to preview, and with a few more twists, it looks like the hard work will have all paid off for the writer/director. He explained:
“We almost all finished here with Clerks 3… Today I watched reels 1, 2, 3 and 4. Really great, I had very low ratings. I’m more of a like, use which is on the trail, since most of my movies are all dialogue, but they’ve designed some nifty things The character Randal has a heart attack in the movie and they’ve done some cool things with the timing of the heart attack , audio wise I was like ‘oh, fuck on.’ And we’re watching reel 5 tomorrow. They wanted a little more time to do reel 5. So tomorrow I’m going to watch DI’s reading.
Kevin Smith will deliver everything his fans expect from Clerks 3
As previously reported, Smith has been adding details about the upcoming film to his social media accounts throughout filming and post-production work he is doing on the film. After teasing a number of images and behind-the-scenes clips from a quick-stop throwback, we know that Smith recreated some scenes from the original. Clerks for the movie, as the new movie will see Jeff Anderson’s Randal Graves decide he wants to do a movie with Brian O’Halloran’s Dante Hicks, which means going back to some iconic moments in the franchise’s history.
The fact that sixteen years after the team’s last outing and nearly thirty years since the original film, Smith has managed to assemble the same cast shows how loyal they are to helping Smith create his films. While there’s no doubt that Smith’s interconnected universe isn’t something everyone got on board with, there are certainly plenty of fans who are now eagerly waiting to find out when they can get on board. expect to see this latest film arrive to get another fix of the kind of comedic offering that Smith has made his trademark. With the job nearly done, it probably won’t be long before we finally get that release date set in stone, which Smith says will be around summer.
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