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Business Could Delay Clerks Sequel

The planned departure of Miramax co-chairmen Bob and Harvey Weinstein could push back the production start on Kevin Smith's "Clerks" sequel from April to May. Smith, who often teams with Miramax, tells The New York Times (registration required) he intends to follow the Weinstein brothers "wherever they go." Where they "go" is still unknown, but the Times says the Weinsteins will probably start a new film company.

Disney-owned Miramax is scheduled to be handed over to a new management team in September (see related story).

For more "Clerks" news visit our spotlight page. -- Mac slocum


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Posted by Mac on February 23, 2005 07:41 PM
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