It'll take a little while man, but we'll get there.
Kevin Smith is sticking to his plan for retiring from cinema, but this apparently won't be a kiss of death for the Clerks series.
In this video you'll see Smith talk about why he wants to do this, and who he has spoken with about the plans.
So, he's thinking:
Clerks 3 is going to be a play on Broadway. We'll do a six month run and sell out the entire [thing] in advance.
This might not be as easy to pull off as Smith hopes, and I don't think Jeff Anderson will be the only hurdle. An off-Broadway play is perhaps a lot more likely, but then it could become a question of economics.
Still, the idea certainly plays into the hands of those "Smith isn't a visual director" critics.
Thanks to Slashfilm reader Angel C for the embed.