A sequel to 'Mallrats' is in the works, director Kevin Smith announced on Thursday (12th March).
Kevin Smith has announced there will be a sequel to Mallrats. Mallrats, the 1995 romantic comedy which starred Smith, Ben Affleck, Jason Lee, Shannen Doherty and Jeremy London, was a prequel to the 1994 film Clerks. The films both flopped at the box office but have since achieved cult status.
Kevin Smith has announced a sequel to Mallrats is in the works.
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Actor Jeremy London divorced his wife, remarried and became a new father all within the space of a week.
The Party Of Five star finalised his divorce from Melissa Cunningham on Friday 30 May (14) and he married his girlfriend Juliet Reeves on the following Tuesday (03Jun14).
The newlyweds then became parents just two days later when Reeves gave birth to their son Wyatt, according to Tmz.com.
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Jeremy London is in the clear after authorities dismissed domestic violence charges stemming from the actor's alleged bust-up with his estranged wife last year (12).
The former Party Of Five star was charged with domestic violence and disturbing the peace last month (Jan13) relating to an incident with Melissa Cunningham at her Palm Springs, California home in November (12).
However, the 40 year old agreed a deal with prosecutors to have the charges dropped if he completed 20 anger management classes.
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Jeremy London has been charged with domestic battery assault, it's been revealed. The U.S. actor is in hot water after an incident in Palm Springs which saw him allegedly beating up the mother of his baby, Melissa Cunningham. London's probably best known for appearing in the TV series 'Party Of Five,' which ran for five years between 1995 and 2000, and also had stints in 'I'll Fly Away' and '7th Heaven' to his name; however his career's largely been a disappointment, with a slew of straight-to-video and TV movies.
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Actor Jeremy London has formally been charged with battery following allegations he beat up his estranged wife.
Riverside County District Attorney's officials charged the former Party of Five star with one count of misdemeanour domestic violence relating to an altercation with Melissa Cunningham in November (11).
His publicist rubbished the charge a month ago (Dec11) and still maintains, "no such abuse occurred".
London was accused of injuring Cunningham as they argued over the custody of their son Lyrik outside her Palm Springs, California home.
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A representative for Jeremy London has denied allegations the actor was embroiled in a scuffle with his girlfriend on Friday (18Nov11) after police issued a warrant for his arrest.
The former Party of Five star is wanted for questioning by Palm Springs police in California after his unnamed partner claimed an argument outside her home turned nasty.
London's spokesman Dominic Friesen insists the 39 year old understands officers want to speak to him, but has vehemently denied the allegation of assault.
He says, "This accusation is a false allegation and no such abuse occurred. However, we understand that the police have to follow protocol in issuing an arrest warrant, which is completely standard when any woman complains of domestic abuse. These allegations will soon be proven false."
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Actor Jeremy London has opened up about his battle with prescription drug addiction, admitting he had lost the will to live during the height of his abuse.
London moved to Los Angeles in 1993 and shot to fame with U.S. TV series Party of Five and 7th Heaven, but his success was marred by personal turmoil as he began abusing pills.
He tells People magazine, "I was treated like royalty. It was hard for my brain to accept... There were times I didn't care if I died."
London went to rehab in September, 2009, but his sobriety came too late to save his marriage to actress Melissa Cunningham, who is currently in divorce proceedings with the star.
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Actor Jeremy London is facing legal action from a credit card company after allegedly failing to pay his bills.
The former 7th Heaven star has been hit with a lawsuit from attorneys for American Express, who allege the 36 year old racked up $19,485 (£12,990) in charges he never paid off.
Now bosses at the financial firm are demanding their money back, as well as interest and attorneys' fees, according to legal documents obtained by TMZ.com.
William Tyler Smith filmed most of his second film Kiss Me Again in Williamsburgh, Brooklyn; the same place where I make my residence. It's a small section of Brooklyn that houses hipsters, young post-college parents, and about 15 sushi restaurants, only three of which are necessary. Kiss Me Again doesn't so much as brush up against the endemic neighborhood, nor does it really allow for much more from its main characters.
Julian (Jeremy London) and Chalice (Katheryn Winnick) live the bohemian dream. They work at a college and a Planned Parenthood center (respectively), live with a bisexual girl with the telling name of Malika (Elisa Donovan), and they have nice normal sex in their nice normal apartment. As always, Julian strays when Elena (Mirelly Taylor), a student, gives him a flirt with a Spanish accent. After much bickering, the couple decides to take Elena to bed. Not long after, Chalice and Elena are meeting by themselves and Julian is being left to an academic probation board with his friend Michael (Darrell Hammond).
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If the 3 hour and 49 minute Civil War epic "Gods and Generals" is any indication, the Union and the Confederate armies must have talked each other to death.
The movie has, at most, five scattered minutes of story addressing the political issues that split the nation in 1861. It has maybe 30 minutes of battle scenes and another 15 focused exclusively on Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's pneumonia.
The balance of the picture is spent on florid speeches, polemic pontifications and protracted prayers, extensively detailed attack plans, scene after scene exploring the marriages of its military icons, and passing mentions of slavery (which apparently no one in this Southern army actually favored), while largely ignoring the other more direct causes of the war.
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