Posts Tagged ‘Kevin Smith’

Kevin Smith Wants to Retire After Clerks III

— by ALEXA MILAN — For a while now, Kevin Smith has indicated he plans to leave directing behind him. And for a while now, it seemed that the hockey dramedy “Hit Somebody” would be his last big screen directorial effort. But with that project now slated for television, “[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Red State’

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Kevin Smith wrote “Red State” around the same time he penned “Zack & Miri Make a Porno.” Let that ruminate for a second. The two films couldn’t be any more different than each other. “Zack & Miri” was a feel-good film about two friends wh[...]

Kevin Smith Hosting Auction for Movie Props

— by ALEXA MILAN — Kevin Smith is “so, like, sick of movies and s–t,” according to a recent interview with LA Weekly. The comedy director has announced he’ll quit film-making after his next movie, and he’s going out on his own terms. Smith is currently[...]

Kevin Smith Sells His Movie to Himself

— by ALEXA MILAN — And the highest bidder at Kevin Smith’s “Red State” auction was … Kevin Smith? That’s right. After Smith’s buzzed-about claims he would auction the distribution rights to his indie horror film “Red State” immediately[...]

Auction, Protest Make ‘Red State’ Hot Ticket at Sundance

— by ALEXA MILAN — Oh what I would give to be in Park City, Utah, on Sunday for the debut of Kevin Smith’s latest flick at the Sundance Film Festival. Smith is no stranger to controversy, but the screening of his independent horror film “Red State” promises to attract q[...]

Under Review: ‘Cop Out’

— by ALEXA MILAN — I love “Clerks.” I love “Dogma.” I even love “Zack and Miri Make a Porno.” But, unfortunately, Kevin Smith’s latest directorial venture is a bit of a disappointment, probably because it didn’t come from the wonderfully of[...]

Kevin Smith Wants to Hit Somebody!

— by CAM SMITH — As anyone who’s been following Kevin Smith’s Twitter feed, or his insanely hilarious Smodcast well knows, the man loves hockey. I mean really loves hockey. To a nearly unhealthy degree, some might even argue. In fact, he adores my country’s favorite athletic[...]

Six Clips from ‘Cop Out’

— by ALEXA MILAN — Jay and Silent Bob these two are not. In his latest movie, Kevin Smith strays from his familiar View Askewniverse and ventures into the NYPD. “Cop Out” follows New York police officers Jimmy (Bruce Willis) and Paul (Tracey Morgan) as they hunt for a stolen baseball[...]

Two Red Band Clips from ‘Cop Out’

— by SEAN GERSKI — I like Kevin Smith as much as anybody does. I own all of his movies, books, comics and the “Evening with Kevin Smith” DVDs. Not only do I think he is hilarious, but I love how accessible he is to his fans. He’s “one of us” and he knows it.[...]

Warner Bros. Taking New Approach to Movie Making

— by CAM SMITH — In the current Hollywood paradigm – where most studios’ attentions are largely focused on churning out cynical carbon copies and bland remakes – it’s nice to hear that at least one major film-making corporation is at least trying to keep the[...]

Poster Peek: ‘Cop Out’

— by ALLISON HIGGINBOTHAM — By now, you’ve probably heard the story behind the title of Kevin Smith’s new film, “Cop Out.” Originally, Smith wanted it to be “A Couple of Dicks,” but the studios axed that pretty quickly after the problems “Zack and Miri Make a Porno” faced[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Cop Out’

— by ROBERT DeFEIS — Originally titled “A Couple of Dicks,” the now more appropriately titled “Cop Out” is a buddy cop comedy film written by brothers Mark Cullen and Robb Cullen and directed by Kevin Smith. The films the Cullen brothers write are usually very dialogue-heavy and [...]

Under Review: ‘Official Rejection’

— by SEAN GERSKI — I have a feeling that most of the people who come to this site have at one time in their life dreamed of actually making their own movie. You hear Kevin Smith’s incredibly unlikely tale and tell yourself, “I could do that.” You could max out the[...]

Kevin Smith Putting ‘Labor’ into Labor Day

— by SEAN GERSKI — Despite its name, Labor Day is a day most of us look forward to for a much-needed day off. Writer-director-actor-etc. Kevin Smith, on the other hand, plans to do the opposite this year. The popular filmmaker plans to spend the day working.[...]