Zack Snyder‘s Man of Steel has been in theaters for just about a week, which means almost anyone excited to see it has caught it in theaters. As a result, discussions about the film’s content and potential follow-ups have been non-stop all week. Next, we’ll find out what some famous geeks thought of the movie.
Below, you can watch (and read) the reactions to Man of Steel by almost Superman screenwriter and Clerks director Kevin Smith, Lost co-creator and comic book writer Damon Lindelof, and star of multiple Spider-Man movies, Oscar-nominee James Franco. Read More »
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If you’re sitting at work and looking for something fun, interesting and film-related to listen to, Kevin Smith‘s Smodcast has the answer. In his latest episode, the director of Clerks, Chasing Amy and Red State chatted with Looper, Brick and Brothers Bloom director Rian Johnson. The directors talked for four hours, the first two of which have just been released. Among the topics are Johnson’s films, including Looper, the question of which director Bruce Willis liked better, and much more.
There are few things better than getting to listen to two talented filmmakers just chatting about movies, so this is a real treat. The link’s below. Read More »
I wonder what’s been happening with Kevin Smith lately. The filmmaker hasn’t been in the news at all. There’s that small instance of deciding to self-distribute his latest film Red State and take it out on the road, there-by reinventing himself as both a filmmaker and a person. Then there are the records the tour has broken and the creation his own online radio station filled with his SModcasts, but beyond that, Smith hardly tweets at all and has been a pretty tough nut to crack.
Due to that prolonged radio silence, we figured it was a good time for a Kevin Smith update. The man best known for writing and directing Clerks, Chasing Amy and Dogma just announced that a script he wrote a few years back for The Six Million Dollar Man is going to be adapted into a comic book and that his new podcast station, called S.I.R. (SModcast Internet Radio) will feature podcasts on the history of Saturday Night Live with co-host Jon Lovitz as well as the history of Miramax, with co-host producer Jon Gordon. Read more after the break. Read More »