This week we discuss Edgar Wright leaves Ant-Man, Daredevil, Jurassic World rumor confirmation, Star Wars spinoff, Danny McBride, Kevin Smith, Batman v Superman, Velvet Goldmine, Non-Stop, Neighbors, and Supernatural.
This week we discuss Amy Adams being cast as Lois Lane, Mad Men Season 5 becoming official, the Captain America Trailer, X-Men 4 and 5, Deadpool getting a separate movie, The Dark Knight Rises finishes a trilogy and starts a reboot, The Justice League Movie (that will never happen), Sucker Punch, and Red State.
So $140 later (two tickets for the wife and myself), I have seen Red State and listened to director Kevin Smith rehash everything he tweeted in the last few months.¬† I love the guy to death but unless he’s with a film next year, I’ll be skipping out on what has become a yearly Q/A.¬† [...]
This week we discuss Matthew Vaughn’s thoughts on the comic book film genre, Kelly Brook in Piranha 3D, Channing Tatum starring and producing The Contortionist’s Handbook, Zach Galifianakis’ beard, Kevin Smith’s Red State, Cinemapocalypse, The Expendables, The Other Guys, Friday Night Lights, Rubicon, and Mad Men.
This is the way the world ends. Not with a whimper but a bang. There’s no right place to begin with Southland Tales. The movie is Richard Kelly’s follow up to his cult hit Donnie Darko. In short … ok. There is no¬†short version. The story is pretty ridiculously complicated. But the plot? We can [...]
I don’t know how he does it, but the man can talk for hours (three and a half to be exact) and it’s never boring. Kevin Smith has been known for his question and answer sessions for the better part of a decade now. With the release of three DVD sets covering a collection of [...]
I’ll be eating a heaping helping of crow after this… I’ve been a big supporter of this movie since I had first heard of it being in production. ¬†I even liked the trailer that everyone loathed. ¬†The fact of the matter is I’m a huge, unapologetic Kevin Smith fan. ¬†The dude is a total geek, [...]
Cop Out releases today and in lieu of a review, we’re running this great commercial that Smith did in the early 2000s for DVD recorders. Although the product being slung here, a home theater DVD recorder, was obsolete before it was even out of the gate, this commercial would have sold me. Check it out after the jump.