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Clerks director Kevin Smith recently tried his hand at directing an episode of The CWís The Flash. A lot happened, and Smith handled it beautifully. So much so that, if he wanted it, I think this TV episode of The Flash could be Smithís audition for taking over the DC Cinematic Universeís feature-length take on the hero.
Kevin Smithís next film Yoga Hosers has been getting a lot of notice if for no other reason than its cast. Now, however, we can really see what these famous kids can do in the film's first trailer.
Kevin Smith is a pretty devout comic book fan, so it was only a matter of time before the Batman loving filmmaker voiced his opinion on this year big Marvel movie, Captain America: Civil War.
Smithís Yoga Hosers sounds like the Canadian Clerks, with his own daughter and Johnny Deppís daughter playing convenience store workers who get caught up in some mysterious happenings. Itís a weird sort of spinoff (though not really) to Smithís Tusk, and itís part of a Canadian trilogy that Smith wants to do.
Weíve known for some time that Ben Affleck has been working on a solo Batman movie, and now, according to Kevin Smith, it seems heís getting some help from DC guru and Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns.
While some folks have made it big on their roles in comic book movies, here are some actors who we almost forgot were in big ticket comic films. And chances are, you probably forgot too, so read on to see how many you remember!
Kevin Smith was initially critical of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and what he called a lack of heart. On his second viewing, however, he found much more to enjoy.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is having an amazing time at the box office, but itís having a tougher time among those who have already been to the box office. Among critics, and not a small number of fans, the movie is getting lambasted.
The recent Ghostbusters trailer did the movie no favors as much of the comedy fell flat and the preview itself received widespread panning from the online community. However, according to filmmaker Kevin Smith, that fault lies with the trailer, and not necessarily with the movie itself.
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.