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Kevin Smith Reveals Matt Damon’s Role In ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’
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Kevin Smith Dogma Matt Damon and Ben Affleck

The big news after this month’s release of the first trailer for Kevin Smith‘s Jay and Silent Bob Reboot was that A-lister Ben Affleck would return to the writer/director’s View Askewniverse. Smith later posted to his social media accounts how he and Affleck, after years of estrangement, had finally reunited.

The first trailer contains plenty of celebrity cameos, including one from Affleck, but it also showed that fellow A-lister and Affleck’s original bestie and frequent co-star Matt Damon would also be back in the fold! Today, Smith posted to his social media accounts about Damon’s role in the new movie.

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Kevin Smith Shares Story Of How He Reunited With Ben Affleck For ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ After Not Speaking For Years
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Ben Affleck in Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

There are a bunch of actors who have made multiple appearances in Kevin Smith‘s View Askewniverse over the past 25 years. Ben Affleck is one such actor, first appearing in Mallrats in 1995—one of his earlier film roles. He quickly re-teamed with Smith two years later for Chasing Amy, and has since appeared in four more Smith titles including Dogma and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.

What fans might not know is that Smith and Affleck had a falling out a while ago, sometime after Affleck’s appearance in Clerks II back in 2006, and the two hadn’t spoken in years. But with Jay and Silent Bob Reboot now on the way, Smith was thankfully able to reunite with Affleck for the project. He shared the story of how this reunion came to be recently, and you can read it below.

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‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’: First Trailer For Kevin Smith’s ‘Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back’ Sequel Is Here
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Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Sequel Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

At the beginning of 2019 it was announced that a sequel to 2001’s Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back, which Kevin Smith had written a couple of years before that, had been given the greenlight and would begin filming in February. The sequel, which is titled Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, will once again star Jason Mewes and Smith as the title characters and will poke fun at Hollywood’s obsession with sequels, remakes, and reboots, while being all three itself.

A couple of days back Smith announced that the first trailer for the movie would be unveiled during his annual Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con this Saturday night. But things change quickly, and instead the trailer has been shared today. You can check it out below.

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Filmmaker Kevin Smith Survives Heart Attack; Thank You For Not Dying, Kevin Smith
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NYCC 2015: Kevin Smith

Filmmaker Kevin Smith posted to his social media accounts today that he survived a “massive” heart attack last night after his stand-up performance at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, CA.

The 47-year-old filmmaker, best known for writing and directing Clerks and Chasing Amy, as well as starring in said films as the latter part of stoner duo Jay and Silent Bob, wrote that he went to the hospital after feeling ill after the first of two planned shows for the night. After cancelling his second performance to seek medical treatment, Smith said that the doctors discovered that he had had a “massive heart attack” with 100% blockage of the LAD artery, aka “the Widow-Maker.”

See below to read Smith’s full Facebook post, where he describes his ordeal and gives his thoughts about this near-death experience.

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Kevin Smith Has Written A New Jay and Silent Bob Movie; ‘Clerks III’ Dead
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Jay and Silent Bob

The last four movies that Kevin Smith has worked on as a director—Red State, Tusk, Holidays, and most recently Yoga Hosers—have all been horror movies or have had horror elements. Much different from the comedies and dramedies set in the “View Askewniverse” he’s best known for, such as Clerks, Mallrats, and Dogma. He’s also been involved in a couple of TV shows on The CW recently, directing a couple of episodes of both The Flash and Supergirl.

There’s been talk here and there of returning to his Askewniverse again for Clerks III, a world he hasn’t visited since 2006’s Clerks II. But now Smith has revealed that Clerks III is dead and he’s turned his attention to the most familiar part of the Askewniverse, Jay and Silent Bob, who he’s written a new movie for. Find out what it’s about below.

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‘Jay and Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie’ Gets A Trailer, Poster
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Jay and Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie Header Image

A new trailer and poster has been released for Jay and Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie, the upcoming animated flick based on the popular Kevin Smith characters.

Smith and Jason Mewes will once again voice the characters…but mostly just Mewes, of course…as they win the lottery and use the money to become their superhero alter egos, Bluntman and Chronic.

You can check out the short new trailer, a much longer older trailer if you’ve not seen it before, and the poster below.

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Kevin Smith’s Comic Book Store To Get Reality Series ‘Secret Stash’ On AMC
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Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash

Along with announcing their 90–minute premiere of season 2 of The Walking Dead, AMC also announced a new reality series called Secret Stash.

The show takes place at writer/director/producer Kevin Smith‘s famous comic book store in Red Bank, New Jersey, Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash. The aim is to show the day–to–day of the comic shop, as well as the fanboy culture that surrounds it. The first season will arrive in early 2012, and the first season will run six episodes, each an hour in length.

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9 Of The Most Entertaining Cameos In Movie History!
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Jack Black

What’s more fun than a well-placed cameo? Those brief appearances by a well-known actor or character that has relations to the title their appearing in can really brighten a movie and excite the fans who aren’t expecting them.

In honor of the cameo, I’ve decided to compile a list of cameos that just flat have entertained me over the years. Keep in mind, these aren’t necessarily the best cameos ever done; I know there’s some crazy good ones like the Stooges in It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World and so on. No, these are some of the most amusing cameos that brought a little smile to my (and surely many others) face or made people keel over laughing. Some are just classic and some are complete nostalgia, but one thing is for sure… all are a damn good time.

Oh, and I don’t want to hear anything about Neil Patrick Harris from Harold & Kumar. While hilarious, he was playing himself as a full character. You can’t cameo as one of the main parts in TWO movies, even if you are playing yourself.

In some cases there’s a little video included to remind yourself how good these are, so if you enjoy a good cameo like we do, please continue reading to check out 9 of the Most Entertaining Cameos in Movie History!

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