Director Kevin Smith attempted for years to get a Mallrats sequel off the ground, but may finally have succeeded with a TV approach. Before any formal pickup, however, Smith reveals Jason Mewes’ Flash-y inspiration to revamp the sequel, as well its “multi-generational” plot for Brodie and his daughter.
Earlier this week Kevin Smith said his hockey epic 'Hit Somebody' will now be a TV series instead of his last film before retirement, and now he's making 'Clerks 3' his final movie because of course he is.
This might be an offer that Kevin Smith just can’t refuse.
A filmmaker from New Jersey, Jim Riffel, has offered the ‘Clerks’ director $10,000 if he will review his new horror-comedy film. Why Smith? Riffel says it’s because “this film is a comedy, and Kevin Smith made some great comedies so I’m hoping it might be a good match.” It will certainly get people’s attention.