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On July 22 I shared a checking in with you post, inviting people to share what they’ve been experiencing during this time and how they’re doing. A lot of people decided to take me up on that – more than I was expecting. After personally replying to the first several dozen people that wrote to me, I let the remaining responses pile up for a while, and then I gradually read through them. I did read all of the responses, although I regrettably didn’t reply to everyone else after the first day or...
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‘The Batman’ Trailer: Here’s How Zack Snyder and Kevin Smith Reacted

The first trailer for The Batman debuted during DC FanDome last weekend, and the response was overwhelmingly positive for the vision director Matt Reeves has put forth so far. It’s dark, but also unlike any of the other Batman movies that came before. There’s a noir realism to the proceedings reminiscent of David Fincher, and two of Batman’s biggest fans have given their seal of approval. Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder and The Dark Knight aficionado Kevin Smith both had very favorable r...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Superman, Gotham, Justice League, Gotham City, Batman, Smith, David Fincher, Warner Brothers, Kevin-Smith, Zack-Snyder, Matt-Reeves, Comic Book/Superhero, The Batman, Fatman


Kevin Smith Shares His Thoughts On The Batman Trailer After Watching It A Bunch

So what did the director and comic book fan think?
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Ben Affleck Noticed Something Hilarious About A Nude Scene In A Kevin Smith Movie

Talk about getting to the heart of the matter.
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Madagascar: A Little Wild Trailer Debuts Ahead of Hulu & Peacock Premieres

Madagascar: A Little Wild trailer debuts ahead of Hulu & Peacock premieres The official trailer for DreamWorks Animation’s newest Madagascar prequel series titled Madagascar: A Little Wild has been released, featuring the young versions of the film series’ beloved animal characters Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe and Gloria the Hippo. All episodes of the animated series will be available for streaming on Monday, September 7 on both Hulu and Peacock. Check out the video in ...
Tags: TV, Hulu, Madagascar: A Little Wild, Peacock, Streaming, TV News, Video


Saved by the Max pop-up returns for 5 days to celebrate ‘Saved by the Bell’ Day

Popular “Saved by the Bell” themed pop-up experience, Saved by the Max, is returning to Los Angeles for a limited, socially distanced patio dining, carryout or delivery experience. It’s all in honor of “Saved by the Bell” Day, which is Aug. 20, the date the show debuted back in 1989. The traveling pop-up became a sold-out, Instagramable phenomenon back in 2018 and is making a comeback for five days only, Aug. 20-25. Patrons can pre-order the Bayside Preppy Packs online via savedbythemax.com star...
Tags: TV, Restaurants, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Starbucks, Nickelodeon, Bell, Max, Kevin Smith, Zack, Dewey, Bayside, Mario Lopez, Peacock


Harriet the Spy: Beanie Feldstein Leads Apple TV+’s New Animated Series

Harriet the Spy: Beanie Feldstein leads Apple TV+’s new animated series According to The Wrap, Apple TV+ has officially given a series order to the first-ever animated series adaptation of author Louise Fitzhugh’s classic children’s novel Harriet the Spy. Golden Globe-nominated actress Beanie Feldstein has signed on to lend her voice to the titular character in her first animated project after starring in popular coming-of-age films such as Neighbors 2: Sorority Risings, Lady Bird, Booksmart ...
Tags: Movies, Apple TV Plus, Beanie Feldstein, Harriet the Spy, Jane Lynch, Streaming, TV News


The List: Five low-budget films selected by Tim Greene

Cabin Fever writer and director Tim Greene, whose filmography includes crowd-funded movie A Boy Called Twist (2004) and Skeem (2011), runs down some of his favourite low-budget films The post The List: Five low-budget films selected by Tim Greene appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Filmmaking, Richard Linklater, Friday, Robert Rodriguez, Kevin Smith, Cabin Fever, Eduardo Sanchez, Clerks, Primer, The Blair Witch Project, Shane Carruth, Slacker, El Mariachi, Daniel Myrick, Tim Greene, Low-budget Films


You can eat like Jay and Silent Bob at the Mooby’s pop-up in West Hollywood

Have you ever wanted to chill with friends at one of your favorite TV hangouts, like The Max from TV’s “Saved By the Bell,” Good Burger from Nickelodeon’s “All That” or The Peach Pit” from “90210”? Derek Berry and his team have made those tasty TV dreams a reality via a series of sold-out pop-up experiences in Los Angeles that recreate those iconic spots. And now, even with coronavirus continuing to keep us at least six feet apart and local restaurants restricted to carry-out and patio dining on...
Tags: Movies, Restaurants, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Bob, Smith, Jay, Nickelodeon, Postmates, West Hollywood, Kevin Smith, Berry, Capri Sun, Silent Bob


‘Green Hornet’ Animated Series From Kevin Smith Raises Kato’s Daughter From Sidekick to Superhero

Green Hornet is introducing a new generation of superheroes, with some help from Kevin Smith. The Jay and Silent Bob filmmaker is teaming up with WildBrain, the kids entertainment company behind Peanuts, to develop a Green Hornet animated series which will follow a new Green Hornet and Kato, the kids of the original heroes who are now crimefighting partners, not just hero and sidekick. The Green Hornet animated series will follow the son of the original Green Hornet and the daughter of the o...
Tags: Television, Movies, Animation, Seth Rogen, Batman, Bob, Bruce Lee, Smith, Jay, Kevin-Smith, Lee, Kevin, Jay Chou, Kato, Comic Book/Superhero, Green-Hornet


‘Green Hornet’ Animated Series From Kevin Smith in the Works at WildBrain

Kevin Smith is taking another crack at “The Green Hornet.” Smith, who already has a “Green Hornet” comic book series based on the un-produced feature screenplay he was hired to write by Miramax under his belt, is developing an animated version of “Green Hornet” with kids content producer WildBrain. The new series will be targeted […]
Tags: News, Miramax, Kevin Smith, The Green Hornet, Green Hornet, Green Hornet Smith


The Green Hornet Animated Series in the Works From Kevin Smith!

The Green Hornet animated series in the works from Kevin Smith! According to Deadline, Kevin Smith (Clerks, Jay and Silent Bob) and kids content producer WildBrain (Peanuts, Teletubbies, Inspector Gadget) are in the process of developing a brand new animated series, centered on George W. Trendie and Fran Striker’s classic 1930s superhero The Green Hornet. They’re currently planning to shop the project to networks and streaming services. “It’s an honor to escort the legendary Green Hornet and...
Tags: TV, Movies, Superman, United States, TV News, Seth Rogen, Bob, Sony Pictures, Smith, Miramax, Kevin Smith, Kevin, Fox TV, Rogen, Century City, Jay Chou


The Pale Door Trailer: The Perfect Score With a Hellish Reward

The Pale Door trailer: The perfect score with a hellish reward RLJE Films has debuted the first trailer for the upcoming western horror film The Pale Door from Scare Package co-creators Aaron B. Koontz and Cameron Burns centered on a group of cowboys whose perfect scores yields a hellish reward. The trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Killroy Was Here Trailer: Kevin Smith Directs a Schlocky Slasher PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptS...
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‘Killroy Was Here’ Trailer: Kevin Smith Unveils Schlocky Comedy-Horror Anthology Movie

A canceled Comic-Con didn’t stop Kevin Smith from delivering his usual enthusiastic presentation, this time offering a pre-recorded rundown of his current and future projects to a virtual audience at Comic-Con at Home. During this presentation, he shared the first trailer for his upcoming comedy-horror anthology Killroy Was Here. You can watch it below. Killroy Was Here Trailer Based on the World War II “meme,” Killroy Was Here is Smith’s excuse to create a schlocky B-movie horror antho...
Tags: Florida, Comedy, Movies, Horror, Movie Trailers, Smith, Jay, Kevin-Smith, Kilroy, Red State, George A Romero, Bob Reboot, Ringling College of Art, Killroy Was Here, Andrew McElfresh, Killroy


Killroy Was Here Trailer: Kevin Smith Directs a Schlocky Slasher

Killroy Was Here trailer: Kevin Smith directs a schlocky slasher Cult filmmaker/geek personality Kevin Smith (Dogma, Clerks, Chasing Amy) has revealed the trailer for his latest genre offering Killroy Was Here! Check out the Killroy Was Here trailer in the player below. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); goog...
Tags: Florida, Movies, Horror, Wikipedia, Netflix, Amy, Kevin Smith, Kilroy, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ringling College, Ralph Garman, Max Reload, Justin Kucsulain, Smodcast Pictures Semkor Productions, Ringling College of Art Design Killroy Was Here


First Trailer for Kevin Smith Directed Horror Anthology KILLROY WAS HERE

First look at Smith's latest dabbling in the horror genre. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The Morning Watch: ‘Rick and Morty vs. Genocider’ Anime Shorta, An Evening with Kevin Smith 2020 & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch an anime style Rick and Morty short where Morty goes on an adventure to Tokyo, Japan and nothing weird happens at all. Plus, watch this year’s An Evening with Kevin Smith panel from the official Comic...
Tags: Movies, David Letterman, The Late Show With David Letterman, Tokyo, The Late Show, Kevin-Smith, Morty, Rick, Tokyo Japan, Rick And Morty, Harley Quinn Smith, Shrek, Regis, Video Of The Day, Regis Philbin, The Morning Watch


The Morning Watch: ‘Rick and Morty vs. Genocider’ Anime Short, An Evening with Kevin Smith 2020 & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch an anime style Rick and Morty short where Morty goes on an adventure to Tokyo, Japan and nothing weird happens at all. Plus, watch this year’s An Evening with Kevin Smith panel from the official Comic...
Tags: Movies, David Letterman, The Late Show With David Letterman, Tokyo, The Late Show, Kevin-Smith, Morty, Rick, Tokyo Japan, Rick And Morty, Harley Quinn Smith, Shrek, Regis, Video Of The Day, Regis Philbin, The Morning Watch


First Trailer for Kevin Smith's Horror Anthology Film 'Killroy Was Here'

"Close the mouth that cannot tell… And send the monster back to hell." Every year, Kevin Smith hosts a big panel at Comic-Con on Saturday evening. But this year, with Comic-Con cancelled and taking place entirely online, Smith just live-streamed his panel from home. And he always brings a trailer to debut. Killroy Was Here is a horror comedy anthology film made by Kevin Smith. He filmed in late 2017 & early 2018 and it's finally getting finished and ready for release sometime in 2021. The va...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Smith, Kevin Smith, To Watch, Ralph Garman


Of Course Bill And Ted Face The Music Made Kevin Smith Cry

This is one thing most of us probably didn't (or did) expect from Bill & Ted Face The Music.
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Watch the Bill & Ted Face the Music [email protected] Panel!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Watch the Bill & Ted Face the Music [email protected] Panel! Bill & Ted Face the Music cast Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, William Sadler, and director Dean Parisot alongside writers Ed Solomon and Chris Matheson gathered for a lively panel moderated by filmmaker and fan Kevin Smith. You can watch the panel now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefr...
Tags: Video, Movies, Ted, Steven Soderbergh, Bill, Keanu Reeves, MGM, Dick, Kevin Smith, Reeves, Jane, Chris Matheson, Bill Ted, Dean Parisot, Ed Solomon, ComingSoon


‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ is Like a Sci-Fi Twist on ‘A Christmas Carol,’ With Bill and Ted Visiting Alternate Versions of Themselves [Comic-Con 2020]

It took more than a few supernatural forces to bring Bill and Ted back to our screens. Nearly 30 years after Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey, the third Bill and Ted film will reunite Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter as everyone’s favorite bodacious dudes. In Bill & Ted Face the Music, Winter’s Bill and Reeves’ Ted are middle-aged dads who must save reality with the help of their lookalike daughters (Samara Weaving and Brigette Lundy-Paine, respectively). Reeves, Winter, Weaving, Lundy-Paine, and Death...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Billie, Ted, George Carlin, Sequels, Charles Dickens, Ed, Bill, Smith, Keanu Reeves, Comic-Con, Chris, Kevin Smith, Reeves