After years of growth, the snootchiest of ’90s bootchies will lastly return to theaters this September. Author and director Kevin Smith unveiled the primary take a look at Clerks III on Wednesday through a two-minute trailer, although you may have to have a look at some nice print to determine precisely when and the place you may get to look at this feature-length movie.
The core forged featured in 2006’s Clerks II returns to modern-day New Jersey, as soon as once more relegated to a constructing that homes each a comfort retailer and a video rental store. The latter has tailored to a contemporary video-streaming world, at the least, with a large “THC” indicator poorly taped over the unique signal—and longtime sequence jesters Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Smith) appear nice hanging out in entrance of this adjusted storefront for some purpose. However time hasn’t been form to Randal (Jeff Anderson), because the trailer reveals him struggling a coronary heart assault and questioning a life spent watching films all day.
“What am I, a hack?”
“I at all times thought you can’ve made a cool film,” his longtime pal Dante (Brian O’Halloran) factors out in an emergency room. The duo then spends the remainder of the trailer making an attempt to provide a movie within the adjoining outlets they work at, apparently assisted by a new-to-the-series pair of goths. These two new children ask what the film’s about, solely to be informed, “It is about him working right here.” One goth replies flatly, “Meta.”
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