by Rich Smith Kevin Lin as Lin Bo, a conceptual artist who may or may not be who he says he is. John Ulman When you walk into the lobby of the Bathhouse Theater to see playwright Christopher Chen's Caught, which is something you're going to want to do, you'll see art curated by Xiong Gallery lining the walls. Show More Summary
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The CW’s season four of Arrow is only two episodes away from wrapping up, yet fans hoping to see a reunion between Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Felicity Smoak (Emily Brett Rickards) may be out of luck. Plus, Kevin Smith wants to write more episodes for The CW, but this time for Arrow! According to... Show More Summary
AMC’s love of comic book culture has spread like wildfire in recent years, from two Walking Dead series to Kevin Smith’s Comic Book Men to Preacher, and now Dead creator Robert Kirkman will fan the flames. The network has officially commissioned a new History of Comic Books docu-series exploring the medium’s very origins into 2017. Continue reading…
Comic books have been good to AMC. They’ve been the basis of its biggest series ever in The Walking Dead, a new series in Preacher and even a reality series by Kevin Smith. Next, the network will give back by producing a miniseries exploring the origins of the art form. Read more...
Filmmaker Kevin Smith confirms that he has signed a deal for a TV series adaptation of the 1984 cult classic The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai.
Arrow season 4 has two more episodes before its season finale, but it is hard to ignore the fan let down and criticism that has bogged down this mixed bag of a season that seems to leave fans on again, off again. Arrow season 4 was promised to be the season that pulled most, if... Show More Summary
Don't call Peter Weller, Ellen Barkin, John Lithgow, and Jeff Goldblum just yet.
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Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension is returning as a TV series … to be directed by Kevin Smith?!? I’m not sure what part of the sentence is more weird.“Hey, hey, hey, hey-now. Don't be mean; we don't have to be mean, cuz, remember, no matter where you go, there you …
The CW's hit superhero drama TV series "The Flash" is now down to its last two episodes for the Season 2 finale and things are already getting pretty much intense for the fans to watch.
Kevin Smith is a reasonably popular and successful director, with a lot solid movies and also Cop Out under his belt, but it sounds like his recent gig directing an episode of The Flash is making an impact on his career in a way that his movies never have. Show More Summary
Kevin Smith's recent, amazing work on The Flash has opened the door for him to adapt an iconic and ever-baffling movie for the small screen. Click To Continue Reading
The cinema of the 1980s produced a lot of ambitiously strange genre fiction, but only one movie of that era (or any era) starred a particle physicist who's also a race car driver, rock star, and neurosurgeon: W.D. Richter's 1984 B-movie masterwork The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension. ... More »
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MGM will work with writer-director Kevin Smith to adapt "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension" as a television series.
Kevin Smith has typically been a love him or hate him director. He received much acclaim for Clerks and Chasing Amy in his early years but quickly became a go to for critic vitriol with Jersey Girl and some of his latter movies. With this years release of Yoga Hosers, his followup to Tusk, it […]
A series based on wonderfully weird 1984 cult science fiction classic The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension is likely coming to TV, courtesy of Kevin Smith, and we have The Flash to thank (or blame, depending on your point of view). Read on, Hong Kong Cavaliers. Read more...
Jason Voorhees and his iconic mask are about as inseparable as Kevin Smith and his hockey jersey, or me and my Hulk glove. That wasn’t always the case. To the one person reading this who isn’t aware — did you get lost whilst Yahooing? — before Jason donned a used hockey mask and transformed goalies […]
Amell responds to Smith's idea for a two-part episode featuring the "Green Arrow" villain he created, Onomatopoeia.