[Wizard World] Wizard World Presents: ‘Jay & Silent Bob Get Old’ Podcast With Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes In Sacramento, June 20
Press Release Kevin Smith, who wrote and directed Clerks, Yoga Hosers, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and the series “Comic Book Men” among his many credits, and Jason Mewes , who starred in Clerks and Jay and Silent Bob among numerous collaborations with Smith, will record an episode of their podcast “Jay & Silent Bob Get Old” on Saturday, June 20, at 8:30 p.m. at the Sacramento Community Theater (1400 J Street), in conjunction with the second annual Wizard World Comic Con Sacramento.
Press Release Kevin Smith, who wrote and directed Clerks, Yoga Hosers and the series “Comic Book Men” among his many credits, will host “Wizard World Presents: An Evening With Kevin Smith” on May 1 in Minneapolis. Organized in conjunction with Wizard World Comic Con Minneapolis, the live Q&A session will begin at 8 p.m. at the State Theatre (805 Hennepin Avenue) in Minneapolis.
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Kevin Smith’s newest horror comedy Tusk opens today! Luckily, we were able to attend an advance screening and have a review of the start of Smith’s Canadian horror trilogy. Kevin Smith’s newest horror comedy Tusk opens today! Luckily, we were able to attend an advance screening and have a review of the start of Smith’s Canadian horror trilogy. Kevin Smith is a writer and director who is almost bigger than the films that he makes. Catapulted into the film industry by his film Clerks, Smith has created a dedicated fan base that will follow him everywhere, myself included in that
Press Release With his library of cult-favorite films and regular geek-centric podcasts released through his company SModCo, director and author Kevin Smith is geek royalty, holding court each year in the legendary Hall H at Comic-Con International in San Diego. At this past weekend’s Comic-Con, Diamond Select Toys unveiled a number of new products based on Smith’s creations, in two new product categories!
Kevin Smith had his regular “Evening With Kevin Smith” Hall H panel again tonight out in San Diego and he decided to show the first trailer for his next film Tusk. Thankfully, Kevin is a man of the Internet and has shared it for those us not at the convention.
Those who follow Kevin Smith – a lot of us at Major Spoilers do – know that Tusk is his latest thriller indie flick. The director took to Twitter on Thursday to announce the release date of the movie.
Clerks celebrates it’s 20th anniversary this year. The universe grew with Dagma, and the introduction of the hamburger chain, Mooby’s, and the company mascot Mooby the Golden Calf. Diamond Select Toys has a new Mooby bank on the way in February, that adds some amusement to your shelf.
Zach sat down to watch The Dirties from the Kevin Smith Movie Club, and shares his thoughts with you. “Two best friends are filming a comedy about getting revenge on the bullies at their high school. One of them isn’t joking.”
Grant Morrison was recently on Kevin Smith’s Podcast, Fatman on Batman, and he had some very interesting ideas as to how the ending of the Alan Moore’s amazing Batman story, The Killing Joke, actually went. And rather then just pull the quote, we’ll let you listen to the pair discuss the idea right here. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wQ2x0OKBjU?feature=player_embedded&w=640&h=360] Quite the interesting theory there. Especially considering the more amicable endings most people usually go with. Either way, your thoughts are wanted in the comments section, so think away.