"So with the 'HIT SOMEBODY' shift, the minute Jeff Anderson signs on, my last cinematic effort as a writer/director will be 'CLERKS III'
That was Kevin Smiths recent tweet, announcing his retirement from directing. He has talked about retirement for some time now, but did get more specific with this news today.
"Since 'HIT SOMEBODY' is now gonna be a mini-series, yes -- that leaves room for a new final flick before I retire from directing feature films."
The breakthrough indie Clerks, launched Smiths film career in 1994 and introduced us to characters Jay and Silent Bob, Dante and Randal Graves. Graves, played by Jeff Anderson, seems to be the final piece of the Clerks III puzzle and if he indeed signs on, this will be the last of Smiths films, bringingSmith full circle to where it all began.
Now, fans must await their much loved characters fate, for the end of the Clerkstrilogyseems to benear. Anderson, what's it gonna be?
Watch a clip from Clerks below.
| via The Wrap