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  • First film to feature Jay & Silent Bob in live action since Clerks 2 (2006). They made an animated appearance in Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie (2011)
  • First entry in the View Askewniverse since Clerks II (2006), which was intended to be a second attempt as a final chapter after Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001).
  • This film was announced on Kevin Smith's Facebook page when he made clear that Clerks 3 and Mallrats 2 wouldn't be made. Two weeks before Jay and Silent Bob Reboot was released, however, Smith revealed that after a day of signing movie memorabilia with Jeff Anderson and Jason Mewes, they had so much story material that they decided that Clerks III was definitely back in production again.
  • This will be a direct sequel to Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001).
  • The title will be "Jay & Silent Bob Reboot".
  • It's rumored that several other characters from the View Askewniverse will return in cameo appearances, much like in "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" (2001).
  • First film from View Askew not to be produced by Harvey Weinstien.
  • The new movie will take jabs at reboots, remakes, and sequels while simultaneously being all three at the same time.
  • At a live recording of their podcast, Jay and Silent Bob Get Old, in Ontario, CA in December 2017, Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes announced that Jason Lee will be reprising his role as Brodie Bruce in Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.
  • Filming began on the one year anniversary of Kevin Smith's heart attack.
  • Kevin Smith first announced his idea of a Jay and Silent Bob Reboot on Instagram on February 9, 2017.
  • The first cut of the movie was completed on April 15, 2019 and ran 1 hour and 54 minutes.
  • Kevin Smith favorite actor is nicolas cage
  • The first collaboration between Kevin Smith and his favorite actor nicolas cage
  • Nicolas Cage filmed his role as a favor to Kiven Smith
  • Nicolas Cage done his role as a favor to Kevin Smith
  • Grant Gustin, Tom Cavanagh and David Dastmalchian all have roles in the CW's The Flash (2014).
  • Kevin Smith has directed four episodes of Melissa Benoist's series Supergirl (2015): "Supergirl Lives (2017)" (which features a guest appearance by his daughter, Harley Quinn Smith), "Distant Sun (2017)", "Damage (2017)", and "Bunker Hill (2018)".
  • This is the first collaboration between Kevin Smith and Ben Affleck since Clerks II (2006). They had a falling out which lasted almost a decade, with Smith confessing that he "has a big mouth and told too many candid stories that sometimes weren't his to tell". In early 2019, Affleck was interviewed for Triple Frontier (2019) where he indicated that he had not been contacted for Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, but would be available. Smith subsequently reached out to Affleck, and stated that their reunion was "emotional" and "brought back a massive missing piece of my heart". He wrote Affleck's part (a reprise of his Holden McNeill role from Chasing Amy (1997)) into the movie one week before the end of production, with the scene shot on the very last day. Smith called the scene "one of the best bits of cinema I've ever been involved with: it's absolutely magical and life-affirming and all the things I really care about now, post-heart attack."
  • Kevin Smith favorite movie is Valley Girl (1983) which is Nicolas Cage first Movie
  • Kevin Smith claimed that Stan Lee was originally meant to play a pivotal role in the film's third act. Unfortunately, Lee sadly passed away before any of his scenes could be filmed. After some rewrites, Smith revealed that the film would contain a "tribute" in Lee's memory.
  • In Milly's room you can see a poster for a movie called "Bussing" with multi colored letters on a white background. This was Kevin Smiths first idea for a movie about busboys, which grew into Clerks, his first film. Hence why the poster is in the same style as the Clerks poster.
  • Throughout the movie, Jay's hat has a button with a cartoon bear behind a steering wheel. This is the bear from an episode of the animated "Clerks" series. The bear appears during a sequence where the animation style changes due to a lost script and the line "Who is driving? Oh my god, bear is driving, how can that be?" is spoken.
  • This is the second film in history that feature roles for two different actors who've played live action Batman cinematically, Ben Affleck and Val Kilmer. The other is Stephen Soderbergh's Out of Sight featuring Michael Keaton and George Clooney.
  • Jay and Silent Bob overhear someone give their credit card information and use it for funding part of their trip. The name of the character is Ted Underhill. In Fletch (1985), Fletch charges his stay and meals to a Ted Underhill's account.
  • This is the second time that Shannon Elizabeth has played an intelligent woman who has a one night stand with a dimwitted stoner, resulting in the birth of a daughter. The first time was on That '70s Show (1998) with the character of Michael Kelso (played by Ashton Kutcher).


  • Brian Treybig is not in this movie.
  • After the credits is a scene revealing Jay and Silent Bob were responsible for the gum in the lock of the Quick Stop shutters.
  • When Jay and Silent Bob visit Brodie's comic shop in the mall, the song "Social" by Squirtgun can be heard in the background. This song played over the opening credits of Mallrats.
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