Three "Clerks 2" One-Sheets!

by | June 9, 2006 | Comments

Fans of Kevin Smith and his View Askewniverse already have July 21st re-circled on their calendars, but Mr. Smith is really good about keeping the fans entertained during their wait. Over at his Silent Bob Speaks blog, you’ll find behind-the-scenes video clips, several humorous essays, and (now) a trio of "Clerks 2" posters.

Featuring the return of Dante (Brian O’Halloran), Randall (Jeff Anderson), Jay (Jason Mewes), and Silent Bob (Smith himself), not to mention the addition of mega-sexy Rosario Dawson, "Clerks 2" opens on July 21st.

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