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Wednesday, December 21, 2005

I'm farily certain I've ranted on this before, and I'm going to again.

One of the big movie promotional tools right now is the "production video blog," where, every couple of weeks or so, you can watch online a brand-new behind-the-scenes featurette of a big blockbuster-y movie currently in production. Peter Jackson popularized this by doing it for The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and King Kong. Bryan Singer was doing it for Superman Returns, but they've become few and far between now that filming's done. And, Sylvester Stallone just started one for Rocky 6.

But, Kevin Smith geek that I am, I've been glued to the one that Smith's been doing for Clerks 2. And, you just have to go watch the latest one.

See, Kevin Smith just had the first-ever screening of Clerks 2. He screened it to close friends who would offer up honest opinions about what he cooked up. Who were these close friends?

Quentin Tarintino and Robert Rodriguiz.

So, want to see the director of Kill Bill geek out over seeing Randall and Dante on the big screen again? Want to see the director of Sin City offer up some tips on editing the black-and-white scenes?

Then head over to The Official Clerks 2 Website. The video you want to watch is called The Good, The Bad, and The Man.

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