There's been a whole lot of talk recently about Clerks 3. Considering the last movie in the series came out eight years ago, and did...OK, that's sort of a surprise. One day it's on, the next it's off - a back and forth which has, to some extent, been going on more or less since Clerks 2 came out.
And then the bad news hit: The Weinstein's had turned down the chance to finance the project.
Which, we assumed, left it adrift - and our chances of seeing Dante and Randal return to our screens exponentially diminished.
Here's where the good news kicks in.
Director Kevin Smith took to Twitter and not only revealed that the movie will indeed still be made - but that the Weinstein's could yet be involved:
Which is, for fans of the View Askewniverse, very, very good news indeed.
The only question now? How Smith's going to finance it...
[Clerks 3](movie:388513) will, apparently, be on it's way soon...ish.
What do you guys think? How should Smith finance Clerks 3?