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Watch: Trailer for ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’

Snoochie boochies, y’all. Jay and Silent Bob are back!

Rev up your 90’s nostalgia. Jay and Silent Bob are back and they are on a mission to stop the remake of Bluntman and Chronic.  This does not erase 2001’s Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, it appears to be a continuation of that story.

Jay learns he fathered a child with Shannon Elizabeth and there is an insane number of guest appearances from past films. Brody, played by Jason Lee, (who is also wearing the same clothes from Mallrats) alerts them to the news of the Bluntman and Chronic reboot.

In addition to Jason Lee, familiar faces like Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, and Rosario Dawson make an appearance. New stars like Chris Hemsworth, Kate Micucci, and Jason Biggs are also featured. Fans of True TV will be delighted to see Q of Impractical Jokers  show up in Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.

Saban films bring Jay and his hetero life partner Silent Bob to theaters on October 15th and 17th.

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