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Harley Quinn's screen used bat in Suicide Squad was always destined to be a sought after collectible. However, it's already landed in some powerful hands, and you can read on to find out who has it - and why it's so fitting.
Now that Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been out for over a month, the team behind the space opera can finally reveal some of the details that went into creating it. It turns out that comic book and Star Wars aficionado Kevin Smith got to be apart of the galaxy far, far away.
Kevin Smith and Johnny Depp's daughters couldn't be more excited to be invited to the cool senior party in the first clip for Yoga Hosers. What could possibly go wrong?
Director Kevin Smith is a big fan of Batman. Thatís really no secret. If youíve ever seen him in interviews heís as likely to be wearing a Batman t-shirt under his trademark coat as anything else. He also knows Ben Affleck. He loves the two together.
Kevin Smith has shared new rumors that we may one day see multiple versions of The Flash cross over with one another through the multiverse.
Itís been mere hours since the news of Alan Rickmanís death broke. In that brief period, the outpouring of love from both fans and friends has been staggering. One man, who qualifies as both, is writer/director Kevin Smith.
Given his status both as a creator and comic book fan, every now and then director Kevin Smith gets certain geek perks, like recently catching the new Suicide Squad trailer a month before it premieres to the masses.
The Force Awakens is in theaters as we speak. See it, if you can find a ticket.†
Director Kevin Smith was recently asked what his ideal Batman movie would be about, and he offered two big ideas, both based on established storylines from the comics.
When CinemaSins sets their sights on Star Wars: A New Hope, weíre all in. Itís like the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups of YouTube videos. And this time around they enlisted the help of professional geek, Kevin Smith.
For all the talk of Clerks 3 and Mallrats 2 in recent days, the next thing we see from Kevin Smith is his horror/comedy Yoga Hosers, and he'll be returning to a familiar location for its world premiere.
Coyote Ugly director David McNally opens up regarding Kevin Smith's early draft of the cult classic film, and more specifically, why it just wasn't right for the film they intended to make.
Two things have come to identify Kevin Smith over the course of his career: his beloved hockey jerseys; and his iconic character, Silent Bob. Today, we learn that the writer/director/podcaster is preparing to rid himself of oneÖ and it ainít the plus-sized apparel.
Should Marvel take a long, hard look at Ronda Rousey for its upcoming Captain Marvel movie? Possibly. The fighter has been collecting screen experiences over the years, usually because of her fighting skills (like in Furious 7) but also because of her presence.
Kevin Smith soldiered on, and ended up playing to nearly 2,000+ people, according to reports Ė or as Smith calls it, one-third of the room. Listen to the whole Podcast. Itís a terrific recount of it, where Smith talks honestly about how his greatest nightmare was always the fear of showing up to a Hall H panel and finding no one in the room.
As awesome as the Star Wars panel was at Comic-Con last week, it wasn't without casualties, as it totally screwed over Kevin Smith. But it's okay, J.J. Abrams apologized.
No one should have to follow Star Wars at San Diego Comic-Con. And yet, if ever there was a man for the job, itís Kevin Smith. The comic-book icon and indie movie auteur typically takes the post-Marvel slot in Hall H, and maintains a chunk of the crowd as he regales them with filthy stories of his time in the Hollywood trenches. Well, not tonight.
Fans of writer/director Kevin Smith will tell you that his most popular characters - Jay and Silent Bob - have only ever been featured within the director's own work in what are referred to as the "View Askewniverse" movies. That may soon change, however.
Kevin Smith is the first to admit that he won't be directing any big-budget comic book movies. Of course, thatís not to say that heís without ideas should such a project fall into his lap. He explains that heíd ideally tackle a rather dark, obscure DC Comics character, The Question.
Yes, Kevin Smith is still working on Clerks 3, and he's still talking about it. For those still aching to see the third installment, you can rest assured knowing that Smith has taken some cues from William Shakespeare in conceiving this project.