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Almost 30 years after its cinematic debut, I assure you that Quick Stop is open once again thanks to “Clerks III”. After trying to present this project in various ways since the release of his second film in 2006, fan-favorite filmmaker Kevin Smith is finally presenting the third chapter in his story. Dante Hicks and Randal Graves at a movie theater near you. And interestingly, this movie takes the New Jersey native back to his first chapter as the characters that kicked off his career in the early ’90s are now making their own movies about working in a store. convenient.
To avoid the real tragedy of showing up at a movie theater when you’re not even there today, we’ve covered all the information you need to know about when and where to watch “Clerks III” on widescreen. Plus, some information you might not think you need. See you are the master of your own destiny, read on or not.
Clerks 3 Release date and where you can watch it
Just like he’s finished several of his films, Smith is starring in “Clerks III” on the road. When the first trailer debuted ahead of San Diego Comic-Con 2022, the filmmaker revealed that the “Clerks III: The Convenience Tour” would begin at Red Bank, New Jersey on September 4, 2022 before visiting. cities around North America like Philadelphia, New York City, Denver, Seattle, Vancouver, etc. General admission to this show includes one of the filmmakers’ special Q&A sessions (probably with some special guests), but the VIP option offers a signed script and a picture with Silent Bob himself. Tickets are available at Official “Clerks III” websitebut if you don’t see your town listed keep checking back as more dates are being added.
Alternatively, if you’re looking for a more casual viewing experience, Smith has partnered with Fathom Events for limited screenings in cinemas nationwide. Originally set for two days, Lionsgate and Fathom have extended the participation period to six days from Tuesday, September 13, 2022 to Sunday, September 18, 2022. These screenings, will be offered in over 700 theaters nationwide, starting at 7:00 p.m. local time and including exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. Tickets can be purchased through Fathom Events’ website or the box office of your local cinema.
Actor of Secretary 3
As the filmmaker has said many times over the past decade, Kevin Smith can’t tell a “Clerks” story without four core characters. Fortunately, all four will be returning for “Clerks III” as it will star Brian O’Halloran as Dante Hicks, Jeff Anderson as Randal Graves, Jason Mewes as Jay and Kevin Smith as Silent Bob. They will feature other returning cast members, including Marilyn Ghigliotti as Veronica Loughran from the original “Clerks”, Jen Schwalbach as Dante’s ex-wife Emma Bunting, Rosario Dawson as Mooby’s ex-manager/talent Dante’s current principal is Becky Scott and Trevor Fehrman is Elias Grover’s secretary.
The highly-anticipated trilogy will also feature “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” and “Fist Fight” star Austin Zajur and all four stars of the AMC reality show “Comic.” Book Men” (Walt Flanagan, Bryan Johnson, Mike Zapcic, and Ming Chen), as well as guests from Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ben Affleck, Amy Sedaris, Justin Long, and Fred Armisen. Given Smith’s penchant for bringing back characters from his View Askewniverse, this is probably just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the cast of “Clerks III”.
Clerks 3 Screenwriter, Director, etc.
As with the first two “Clerks” films and the others in the series that were once known as the New Jersey Trilogy (now consisting of eight live-action films, one cartoon, and one animated series), “Clerks III” is written, directed, and produced by Kevin Smith. He also plays Silent Bob, one half of the iconic slacker duo that became embedded in pop culture thanks to films like “Mallrats,” “Dogma,” and “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.”
On the production front, Smith is joined by Destro Films’ Liz Destro, who first collaborated with him on “Yoga Hosers”, and SmodCo’s Jordan Monsanto, who is Smith’s longtime producing partner and the one Jason Mewes’ mate. One interesting name missing from the list of producers, however, is Scott Mosier. SModcast and View co-host Askew OG produced “Clerks” (in addition to playing multiple roles), “Clerks II” and many other Smith projects until “Zack and Miri Make a Porno” in 2008.
Since then, Mosier has enjoyed an enviable career in Hollywood, including writing the screenplay for “Ultimate Spider-Man” on Disney XD, co-directing “The Grinch” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, and providing additional voiceovers. spoke for Illumination Entertainment’s sequels to “Sing” and “The Secret Life of Pets.” There’s no evidence of a breakup between the two, who originally met in film school, so it might just be a case of their careers taking different paths these days.
Clerks 3 trailer and synopsis
Finally, here’s the official trailer for “Clerks III,” along with the movie’s official synopsis:
After a major heart attack, Randal calls on his friends and fellow secretaries Dante, Elias, Jay and Silent Bob to make a movie that immortalizes his life at the convenience store that started it all .
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