Clerks 3: Everything you should know!
Clerks III is an upcoming American comedy film written, produced, directed, and edited by Kevin Smith. It is intended to serve as a sequel to the 1994 and 2006 films and is the ninth overall feature film in Views Escape.
Starring Brian O’Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Marilyn Ghigliotti, Rosario Dawson, Trevor Fehrman, Jason Mewes, and Smith; The film revolves around Randall Graves who,
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after suffering a heart attack, wants to make a film about his life at Quick Stop with Dante Hicks. The film is scheduled to be released by Lionsgate in 2022.
Clerks 3 Summary
It is revealed that Dante and Becky have sex the night after the restaurant closes, and Becky becomes pregnant as a result. At Randall’s farewell and donkey show party,
Emma moves on to kiss Dante and Becky and consequently throws the cake she made on Dante and leaves the building as soon as the police arrive. Dante, Randall, Elias, Jay, Silent Bob,
And the “Interspace Erotica” cast are all taken to prison for showing illegal ass. In prison, Randall confesses his insecurities to Dante and suggests the two buy Quick Stop and the RST Video Store for themselves.
Jay and Silent Bob lend them some money on the condition that they be allowed to roam in front of Quick Stop as they had done years before.
Dante and Randall soon repair Quick Stop and the RST video store and hire Elias to work with them, while a seemingly pregnant Becky appears.
Clerks 3 Release Date Updates:
Kevin Smith announced that filming on Clerks 3 officially ended in August, and since it serves as a sequel to his first film, it’s a full-circle moment for him. The project is in the works at Lionsgate,
And it looks like Smith has worked hard to shrink the film for a 2022 release date. “We’re down to 1 hour 34 minutes. I have the titles in the opening sequence now, so far it was almost like a music video,” Smith said on the latest episode of Fatman Beyond Live.
Smith believes Lionsgate will release Clerks III in mid to late 2022. “It’s going to take a minute for the rest of the world to see it. Obviously, it’s not going to happen in 2021.” I don’t know, I’m just assuming, because by then we’ll be done.”
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I enjoyed how Randall was an abrasive asshole to clients, but he totally realized what he was going through, and embodied the lost young adult; He had ambitions, but he was not yet sure what they were.
They were a bit of a loser, but to some degree, they seemed enlightened. Dante was thin at the thought that he was important when in reality he was just trembling but complacent.
The ending of “Clerk”, where Randall and Dante fight, leads the audience to believe that perhaps the two will change their course. Maybe after realizing how despicable their life was, they would go back to school or get another job, or something.
And then Clerk II. Dante and Randall are 32 years old, and they’re now working at “Mobies”. Dante shakes his head at everything that Randall does wacky, and Randall is an abrasive nerd, who we probably see as retarded.
There was no character development in the time between Clerks I and II. Clerk II is just sexually promoted and profane, and there should be no reason to. In Clerk I, Randall and Dante were rather vulgar and ridiculous,
But it was understandable because of their youthful naivete. We saw them as characters who were able to learn—able to reflect on their situation, and who would realize they needed to move on from their jobs.
And Clerk II shattered it. The characters were losers, even though they shouldn’t have been. The characters were pornographic, even though they must have matured at least a little by the time they were 30. Randall especially went from “enlightened loser” to “probably retarded”.
Clerks 3 Cast
- Brian O’Halloran as Dante Hicks
- Jeff Anderson as Randall Graves
- Becky Scott as Rosario Dawson
- Elias Grover as Trevor Fehrman
- Jennifer Schwalbach as Emma Bunting
- Jason Maywes as Jay
- Kevin Smith as Silent Bob