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Saban Films: “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot” Official Trailer

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Like most of you readers, I first learned about Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes from the film “Clerks” where they portrayed Jay and Silent Bob. Now, so many years later the pair return to their original roles in a new film called “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot”. The first trailer was just released so let’s take a look at it down below. I’ve also added the premise and ensemble cast for good measure.

The Synopsis:
After losing the legal rights to their names over a film reboot of Bluntman and Chronic, Jay and Silent Bob travel across the United States in an attempt to prevent the reboot from being made.

The Cast:
Jason Mewes as Jay/Chronic
Kevin Smith as Silent Bob/Bluntman and Himself
Harley Quinn Smith as Millennium “Milly” Faulken
Aparna Brielle as Jihad
Shannon Elizabeth as Justice
Brian O’Halloran as Dante Hicks and Grant Hicks
Jason Lee as Brodie Bruce
Joey Lauren Adams as Alyssa Jones
Jennifer Schwalbach Smith as Missy, a Mooby’s manager
Treshelle Edmond as Soapy
Alice Wen as Shan Yu
Craig Robinson as Judge
Joe Manganiello as Bailiff
Frankie Shaw as Prosecutor
Justin Long as Jay and Silent Bob’s lawyer
Jason Biggs as Himself
James Van Der Beek as Himself
Donnell Rawlings as Captain
David Dastmalchian as SWAT officer
Kate Micucci as Mooby’s empolyee
Diedrich Bader as Gordon
Melissa Benoist as Herself/Reboot Chronic
Val Kilmer as Himself/Reboot Bluntman
Tommy Chong as Himself/Alfred
Ben Affleck as Holden McNeil
Matt Damon as Loki
Fred Armisen as Uber driver
Molly Shannon as Joline
Ralph Garman as Ted Underhill
Rosario Dawson as Becky Scott
Method Man in undisclosed role
Redman in undisclosed role
Chris Jericho in undisclosed role
Chris Hemsworth in undisclosed role
Adam Brody in undisclosed role
Dan Fogler in undisclosed role
Marc Bernardin in undisclosed role

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PiercingMetal Thoughts: From the looks of it, the film appears to be a star-studded load of obnoxious fun and that might be good for the folks who followed the earliest appearances of these two characters that Smith and Mewes created so long ago. I must admit that I didn’t follow through most of them and will likely be taking a pass myself based on a bevy of conventions, Metal concerts and other things to do around the time of release but let’s see what happens. Perhaps I will find a screener coming that will ask me to overview for the website. I wouldn’t mind that at all. What did you readers think about this film? Chime in down below in the comments section. See you next time.

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