Joey Lauren Adams' Gwen Confirmed for MALLRATS 2

Written by Andrew Pollard Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Movie News

Another day, another dose of awesome news confirming another name returning for MALLRATS 2. This time writer/director Kevin Smith has revealed that Joey Lauren Adams will be returning as Gwen.

Smith took to his Facebook page, posting the below picture along with the caption: “CHASING GWEN! T.S.’s ex looks just like Burt Reynolds, except for the mustache. JOEY LAUREN ADAMS is going back to the MALL, y’all! 10 down, 2 to go! #MR2”

In his post Smith again refers to how many are “to go” for MALLRATS 2, by which he means returning cast members yet to sign on. As well as Joey Lauren Adams, it’s already been confirmed that Jason Lee is back as Brodie Bruce, Shannen Doherty as Rene Mosier, Jeremy London as T.S. Quint, Michael Rooker will be back as Jared Svenning, Renee Humphrey as Tricia Jones, Ethan Suplee will be back as Willam, Stan Lee will be returning in some form, and then there will, of course, be an appearance from Jason Mewes and Smith himself as Jay and Silent Bob.


As for who the other returning names are, we'd have to guess that Ben Affleck's Shannon Hamilton and Claire Forlani's Brandi Svenning are likely, with the other possibilities being Priscilla Barnes' Miss Ivannah or maybe even Scott Mosier's Roddy. Hell, it could even be Brian O'Halloran's Gill Hicks or the Easter bunny!

No release date has been given for the film as of yet, but expect to hear more on this as it develops. All of us here at Moonbase Alpha, we absolutely cannot wait to see Brodie and the gang back and on the big screen.

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