AMC has released the poster for Comic Book Men, the new reality series set in Kevin Smith’s Red Bank, New Jersey, comic book store. The show premieres Sunday, Feb. 12.
Two trailers for Comic Book Men after a glimpse at Kevin Smith’s new AMC reality series set in his Red Bank, New Jersey, comic store. Described as “Pawn Stars for fanboys,” the show premieres Feb. 12 after The Walking Dead.
Unused footage of Heath Ledger as the Joker from The Dark Knight resurfaces, thanks to Kevin Smith’s Twitter feed.
Newly uncovered concept art from Tim Burton’s Superman Lives reveals shoulder pads, body armor, and the idea for Woody Harrelson as Jor-El.
The cable network has ordered a six-episode first season of the reality series, described as “Pawn Stars for fanboys,” set in Kevin Smith’s Red Bank, New Jersey, comic store.
Kevin Smith confirmed on Twitter that one of his two Hit Somebody scripts is finished, and that the two movies will be fittingly titled Home and Away.
While promoting Red State in Montreal, Kevin Smith revealed that his final film, the hockey-themed Hit Somebody, will have to be split into two parts.
Described as “Pawn Stars for fanboys,” the series will be shot at the filmmaker’s Red Bank, New Jersey, comic shop The Secret Stash.
Director Kevin Smith has provided Spinoff Online with the first exclusive look at the newest poster from Red State, his independent horror film that hits theaters this March.
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The Clerks and Mallrats director explains why he had to make Cop Out in order to make Red State: “There were things I needed to learn, and I learned them.”
Following critical remarks made earlier this year towards the current climate of film journalism, the Red State director has announced that he won’t be doing press of any kind for his upcoming horror film, except for interviews conducted solely by himself.