AMC Visionaries: Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics – a six-episode deep dive into the stories, people and events that have transformed the world of comic books – will premiere on Sunday, November 12th (11/10C) before settling into its regular timeslot, Monday, November 13th (10/9C).
AMC’s late night series Geeking Out premieres on Sunday, August 14th (11/10C). The series – which looks at pop culture through a fanboy lens – is hosted by superfans Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg.
Geeking Out will feature talk segments, celebrity interviews and out-of-studio segments (not unlike out-of-body segments…?). Following its premiere, Geeking Out will shift to its regular timeslot of minight (11C). Follow the jump for the premiere’s guests
AMC’s new late-night talk show Geeking Out will be making the scene at San Diego Comic-Con 2016.
A special edition of the talker – hosted by renowned fanboys Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg – will ‘go behind-the-scenes of the Con than started them all.
Matt Damon will be on hand to talk Jason Bourne at a pre-Con pit stop in Las Vega. Then Star Trek Beyond composer Michael Giacchino will give the boys a peek at Star Trek Beyond IMAX before the pair head onto the floor to chat with comics writers and artists – plus, cosplayers!
This special edition of Geeking Out will air on Sunday, July 24th (10/9C). Follow the jump to get all the details.
The seventh annual Produced By Conference presented by the Producer’s Guild of America (PGA) occurred May 30-31, 2015, and was hosted by Paramount Pictures in Hollywood. It brought together the best of Hollywood in film, television, and digital. Lee Daniels,Tyler Perry, Kevin Smith, Brian Grazer, Eva Longoria, and Reese Witherspoon are but a few of the names that came to speak to producers from all over the world. See more after the jump.
Someone thought it would be a great idea to shoot a movie about the making of Clerks – which was a film another guy made about his mundane life that became a monster cult favorite. Then they got the guy who made that film to narrate theirs. Isn’t life strange and wonderful? Or at least strange?
Check out the first trailer for Shooting Clerks right after the jump.
It’s always a trip to spend time with Kevin Smith because you know it’s going to be entertaining and fun no matter the topic of conversation.
Recently I had the chance to talk to Kevin about his hit series Comic Book Men on AMC, the positive response at the Toronto International Film Festival to his new movie Tusk and passing the acting torch to his daughter (Harley Quinn Smith) who appears in both his TV series this season and his upcoming film Yoga Hosers, a spin-off sequel to Tusk, which is scheduled for release in 2015.
It’s always fun to get a chance to chat with Kevin Smith about any topic. I had the opportunity to sit down with him and the rest of the wacky crew from AMC’s Comic Book Men to discuss their new season premiering this weekend. We also discussed how having Kevin’s daughter in both an episode of Comic Book Men and his new movie Tusk has effected him.
Check back for the full video of the interviews and be sure to tune in to Comic Book Men on AMC October 12, at Midnight!
Only Kevin Smith could conceive of a horror movie incorporating walruses – and only Kevin Smith would just go ahead and make that movie. Plus, only Kevin Smith could assemble such an intriguing cast: Justin Long, Michael Parks, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez.
Smith premiered the first trailer for Tusk at Comic-Con 2014. Check it out after the jump. Tusk is slated to premiere on September 19th.
Cop Out had all the makings of a box office action/comedy hit when it was released into theaters back in February. It starred action movie veteran Bruce Willis and the very comedic Tracy Morgan and had Kevin Smith in the production mix as director and editor. In Cop Out, Officers Jimmy Monroe (Bruce Willis) and Paul Hodges (Tracy Morgan) are a pair of bickering-but-got-your-back Brooklyn buddy cops on the hunt for a stolen 1952 mint-condition baseball card (Jimmy needs it to fund his daughter’s wedding), a hunt plunging them into a gunslinging war with a deadly drug ring.
Cop Out was suppose to be funny and it was laugh out loud funny at several points in the movie. The problem was and still is, that despite a strong cast that also included Sean William Scott and Kevin Pollack, this ‘bromance played for laughs”’ style of cop comedy was short on plot line and relied too heavily on the being carried by the laughs.