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Kevin Smith may have said he plans on retiring someday, but that ‘someday’ will not be any time soon. The Clerks filmmaker said in a new Facebook post that one of his upcoming projects will be about mankind working with Hell to stop Jesus, who has started the Rapture.
Smith wrote a lengthy Facebook post that included a screenshot of his laptop. He’s starting to write a movie called Helena Handbag, which will be based on an episode of his SModcast podcast. Smith wrote that he was happy with how Tusk, his new finished movie, came out, so he’s already moving onto a new story.
“Granted, this time the plot of the movie concerns mankind teaming up with Hell to save existence from extinction at the hands of a Rapturing giant Jesus - which means the budget has to be LOW, because NOBODY'S gonna wanna make that movie,” he wrote.
According to TheWrap, Smith had said that he wanted to retire from movies after Tusk, but he has clearly changed his mind. Also on his agenda is a third Clerks movie, which he’d like to shoot in May.
Smith’s Tusk will be released by a24 and stars Justin Long and Michael Parks. In his Facebook post, Smith called it “the best flick I've ever made.”
Here’s his full post:
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