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Although he's been eyeing a retirement from filmmaking for some time, Kevin Smith revealed today, via his Twitter account, that plans for his final big screen output have changed. He originally planned for his final two-part feature to be his Warren Zevon-inspired hockey film, Hit Somebody . That project is now moving forward as a six-hour television miniseries and Smith plans to, instead, make his final feature film Clerks III . Smith says that plans for a third Clerks film will move forward, "the minute Jeff Anderson signs on." Anderson, along with Brian O'Halloran, played Randal Graves and Dante Hicks (respectively) in the original 1994 Clerks . A pair of young slackers working minimum wage customer service jobs, they reprised their roles for a short-lived animated »


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