Kevin Smith, the man behind cult comedies Clerks, Mallrats, and Chasing Amy, is making a new movie. However, it’s not one of the many potential projects fans of his have been anticipating—it’s a mostly new horror idea called Killroy Was Here.
BBC America announced that Kevin Smith has signed on to write, direct, and executive produce a TV show based on the Sam and Twitch comic book series from Image Comics. This is probably bittersweet news for anyone who’s been waiting decades for that long-talked-about Spawn reboot, including Spawn himself.
A dispute over the rights to 1984 scifi cult classic Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension means that proposed TV show adaptation from Kevin Smith and Amazon Studios is suddenly on hold. Last week, MGM (which is in favor of the Smith-Amazon show) filed suit against the original film’s writer and director.
Earlier this month, Ezra Miller said that the thing the next Flash director needs is “heart.” Kevin Smith’s got a much smarter take on what the next director needs and even has a suggestion for Warner Bros. to consider. (No, it is not himself.)
Visting an actual, working film set is an experience most people never get to have. Thankfully, with social media, that wall has begun to come down a bit and Kevin Smith just shattered it with a fun (and, NSFW warning, profanity-laced) video from the set of Supergirl.
It turns out “Martha” isn’t the only name that has a strong impact in the DC Universe. There’s also “Supergirl Lives.”
Kevin Smith’s already directed an episode of The Flash, and he’s going to be back directing another episode for season three. But what he really wants to do is direct and write an episode of Arrow.
Kevin Smith has drunk the television Kool Aid. With an episode of The Flash under his belt, and the forthcoming Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai TV Show coming (which now has a home), Smith announced that his planned sequel to Mallrats is being reworked into a television show.
Kevin Smith’s early work inspired a generation. Films like Clerks and Chasing Amy set the tone for the ‘90s independent scene and helped launched the careers of actors like Ben Affleck. In recent years, his films have gotten increasingly weirder, and it feels like it’s all been leading up to Yoga Hosers.
In Judeo-Christian theology, angels are divine servants of God who live in Heaven. This is true of angels in pop culture as well… but sometimes they’re also dicks. For some reason, TV shows, movies, comics, and more are obsessed with the idea of these heavenly beings embodying humanity at its worst. How many angels…
Kevin Smith’s Dogma is a star-studded, religious themed, highly offensive, violent and gross R-rated road trip comedy about a descendant of Jesus Christ saving the world from two fallen angels. That madcap collection of ideas worked on me as a teenager. Now, not so much.
Say the words “Tim Burton’s Superman Lives” on the Internet and you feel the hate. Nicolas Cage as Superman? Those terrible costumes? It would’ve been the worst movie of all time. Well, The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? just might prove that the entire internet is wrong.
After Stephen King said not to count on The Stand being only one film, writer-director Josh Boone confirms that it won't. It's going to be four.
Tusk is a movie about a young man who is held captive and mutilated to become a monstrous human/walrus creature. Straight up, if that premise doesn't excite you, do not see this movie. But if the idea of a Kevin Smith man-rus movie sparks your morbid curiosity, then boy, have we got a winner for you.
Kevin Smith's horror movie Tusk is about an old man who kidnaps a younger man, drugs him, and then slowly turns him into a human walrus. But this idea didn't just pop into Silent Bob's head. First it was a real-life ad for a roommate, a listing so odd it inspired a horror movie.
Yikes. Tusk is one part Misery, one part man-to-walrus body mutilation movie. We're really not sure what to expect from Kevin Smith's latest — but he's definitely horrifying us.
Good news for the non-color blind! Despite the picture tweeted last week of Ben Affleck as Batman in Zack Snyder's upcoming Batman Vs. Superman movie, in which it appeared that Batfleck would be another dark Dark Knight director Kevin Smith says the batsuit he saw was definitely decked out in Batman's most traditional…
In an interview with Kevin Smith, writer and television producer Paul Dini complained about a worrying trend he sees in television animation and superhero shows in particular: executives spurning female viewers because they believe girls and women don't buy the shows' toys.
Good news for everyone who is tired of watching Batman put on varying styles of matte black armor in all of his movies — director and pal of Ben Affleck Kevin Smith says Zack Snyder has shown him the new costume, and that it will be totally different from anything that's come before in the Bat-movies.
Grant Morrison delivered a bit of a mindfuck on Wednesday. Strangely, he didn't do it in one of his own comics, but by revealing the secret end of Alan Moore's seminal Batman graphic novel The Killing Joke — namely, that Batman actually murders the Joker at the end.