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  • Kevin Smith talks Dogma Sequel

    Kevin Smith talks about a potiential Dogma sequel sometime after he wraps up his work on the long awaited "Passion of the Clerks"

    http://viewaskew.com/theboard/viewtopic.php?t=41221







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    Re: Kevin Smith talks Dogma Sequel

    I wonder if he'd revive Jay and Silent Bob for that (despite his claims he was done with those characters).

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      Re: Kevin Smith talks Dogma Sequel

      He's not done completely... Jay and Silent Bob Do Degrassi High: The Next Generation came out not too long ago.

      But I don't think they'll play a huge part in anything he'll do for now on, especially if they're not needed.
      -Tim

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        Re: Kevin Smith talks Dogma Sequel

        Arrggh, I would love for him NOT to do a Dogma sequel, but that's just me. I love him, I love his movies, I love that he's just who he is, doing stupid stuff that makes him laugh....but ugh, not a Dogma sequel, dude!

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          Re: Kevin Smith talks Dogma Sequel

          I would love to see a sequel set a few years from now with Shial Lebouf as the Last Scion, kinda like a Catholic super hero who bumbles his way through the film. Of course he would need Alan Rickman, the ghost of George Carlin and the rest of the Dogma cast to help him find his path.






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            Re: Kevin Smith talks Dogma Sequel

            I loved Dogma! I loved that it caused such a ruckus from the Catholic church. Of course this ruckus was all from a fictional movie.

            Not sure about a sequel though. But, if he did it well enough to make it it's own movie then what the heck.

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              Re: Kevin Smith talks Dogma Sequel

              I think I lost a post here....weird. Might have posted a random post about Dogma elsewhere...OMG I'm a ditz!!

              In the OTHER post I wrote that Dogma is one of my favorites, and that's why I don't want to see a sequel. I'd rather have a Mallrats 2 Electric Boogaloo. I miss Brodie!

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                Re: Kevin Smith talks Dogma Sequel

                I love Kevin, but Dogma was my least favorite of all his films. Of course, I would never want to see him go back and try to sequalize Chasing Amy so I suppose if he's gonna go back to anything it should be the film that won't be ruined for me.



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