Trailer For JAY & SILENT BOB'S SUPER GROOVY CARTOON MOVIE!
Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes unleashed the first trailer for their new animated adventure Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie! This is what Jay & Silent Bob fans get while we wait for Smith's final film Clerks 3. Maybe some of the more hardcore fans will like what they see in the animated film, but it really kind of just fell flat for me, and did nothing to make me want to see the movie. It just seems like there was a lot of recycled stuff from Mallrats and Jay & Silent Bob Strikes Back. But maybe some of you will look past that stuff, and enjoy what you see. Here's the synopsis...
When they can no longer stomach the ever-growing weed of suburban crime, Jay and Silent Bob take on the mantles of costumed avengers Bluntman and Chronic, smashing the super-villains they accidentally create! Can the Doobage Duo save their beloved Jersey 'burbs from their new arch enemies, the League of Shitters?While clearly not the comic book movie the world wants, GROOVY MOVIE is the comic book movie the world needs!
The movie features the voice talents of Jason Mewes, Eliza Dushku, Ralph Garman, Ben Gleib, Tara Strong, Jennifer Schwalbach, Jon Lovitz, Neil Gaiman, Ray William Johnson, Scott Mosier, Walt Flanagan, Bryan Johnson, Brian Quinn, Ming Chen, Michael Zapcic, Kevin Conroy, Brian "Comichead" Faraldo, Jensen Karp, and Kevin Smith. The movie was also produced by Jason Mewes, and directed by Steve Stark.
The movie will be hitting the road with Q & A screenings like Smith did for Red State, tickets for which will cost you $52. Check out the trailer and tell us if you'll be making an effort to check this one out!
Here are the dates and locations for where you can see the movie when it's on the road show:
- April 20 Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theater
- April 21 Washington, DC - Warner Theater
- April 22 Tarrytown, NY - Tarrytown Music Hall
- April 23 New York, NY - Best Buy Theater
- April 24 Boston, MA - House of Blues
- April 25 Philadelphia, PA - Keswick Theater
- April 29 Santa Barbara, CA - Lobero Theater
- April 30 Sacramento, CA - Crest Theater
- May 2 San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theater
- May 5 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
- May 9 Portland, OR - Bagdad Theater
- May 15 Seattle, WA - Moore Theater
- May 17 Kansas City, MO - Midland Theater
- May 18 St. Louis, MO - The Pageant
- May 19 Chicago, IL - The Vic Theater
- May 20 Indianapolis, IN - Clowes Memorial Hall
- May 21 Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre
- May 22 Milwaukee, WI - Pabst Theater