Kevin Smith is working on new Jay and Silent Bob movie
Kevin Smith, the creator of the well-known filmpersonages Jay and Silent Bob, is working on a new film about the characters.
That announces Smith (46) on his Facebook page. He shared a photo of the front page of the script that he has written.
“I have so much fun during the writing of this sequel to Jay and Silent Bob”, reads the caption of the filmmaker. He let us know that the story revolves around Jay and Bob go to Hollywood go to the filming of a movie they hate.
“It is a funny satire that the dragon is the remake hype in the film world. There will be many well-known names are coming into play.” Smith says that film production company Miramax enthusiasm has been shown and that he hopes that the pictures will be this summer.
Also tells the actor and director that the third part of Clerks, that he had previously announced, however, has been abandoned. Then he went to the battle with a sequel to his film Mallrats, which he later elaborated into a tv series. Smith let them know that there is still no television network have expressed interest in the series.
The drug dealers Jay (played by Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (played by Smith) made their debut in the film Clerks in 1994 (directed by Smith). Then were the two comic characters in almost all films of Smith to see, including Dogma with Ben Affleck and their ‘own’ film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.