Brian O'Halloran is best known for playing the disgruntled convenient store employee Dante Hicks -- opposite Jeff Anderson as Randal Graves -- in the OG 1994 Kevin Smith film "Clerks." Guess what he looks like now!
Directed by: Kevin Smith; Runtime: 88 minutes Grade: D- Hard to believe that it's been two decades since Kevin Smith wrote and directed Chasing Amy, the Independent Spirit award-winning movie that cemented his status in the Hollywood spectrum after his surprise hit with the micro-budget, iconic Clerks. Show More Summary
Cool couple bits of information here: It is important to start with the fact that, while I loved Kevin Smith in his Flash episodes, I did not like his 1st Supergirl episode. However, it is easy to say that it was not his fault, as bad writing in that episode ruined it, for the most part. Show More Summary
Smith will direct an upcoming episode of Supergirl that will explore the legacy of Daxam, Krypton’s decimated neighbor. The post Kevin Smith Reveals Supergirl Daxamite Throne Room appeared first on CBR.com.
Smith returns to the CW show to direct the former Amazon Princess and the current Girl of Steel. The post Supergirl Set Pics Confirm Kevin Smith, Lynda Carter’s Return appeared first on CBR.com.
It’s only Tuesday, but it’s already been a bad week for sequels: Kevin Smith’s Silent Jay And Bob reboot has come at the cost of his Clerks and Mallrats sequels, which will now only be available on comic book stands, if ever (though maybe that was his plan all along?). Show More Summary
If Supergirl has one thread left dangling all season, it’s the mysterious reveal behind Lynda Carter’s President Olivia Marsdin. Now, a new BTS photo at last confirms the former Wonder Woman’s return, and in Kevin Smith’s next episode at that. Continue reading…
Over the past decade or so, Kevin Smith has had quite the interesting turn in his career. He had his start in the indie world back in the early 1990s with the foul-mouthed micro-budget movie Clerks. The movie went on to get purchased by Miramax, and thus began a career with more twists and turns than an M. Show More Summary
Though he’s not quite as bad at it as Guillermo Del Toro, Kevin Smith has a tendency to announce that he’s doing something and then never follow through on it. Case in point: He revealed earlier this month that he’s developing a JayShow More Summary
Director Kevin Smith was spotted near the Flash's set -- but does that mean he's stepping behind the camera again? The post Flash Set Pics Tease Mystery Character’s Arrival, Kevin Smith’s Return appeared first on CBR.com.
Kevin Smith‘s been a busy guy lately. He started working on a Mallrats sequel, and then he turned it into a Mallrats TV show. And then after that he decided to put proverbial pen to paper for Clerks 3, and develop that project as his next film, but soon all that was abandoned for the […]
Just over a week ago, we learned from Kevin Smith that he was working on a sequel to Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back that would take aim at Hollywood’s nostalgia obsession by getting nostalgic himself with Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. While...Show More Summary
The celebrity geek director is taking on characters from the series Spawn, and it sounds awesome.
Near the end of the 1997 live-action SPAWN movie, two detectives that look like Sam and Twitch arrest Martin Sheen's character Jason Wynn. It's said that Todd McFarlane wanted a to make a follow-up movie about Sam and Twitch in which...Show More Summary
Way back in the 90s, a group of Marvel writers and illustrators, growing frustrated with the current business model of comic books created Image Comics. Image would allow them to publish their own work, receive a fair pay, and actually retain the ownership rights to their characters. Now, more than 24 years later, Image is […]
Kevin Smith’s TV fortunes have been pretty up-and-down of late. Sure, he’s drawn decent reviews for his work directing episodes of CW superhero shows like Supergirl and The Flash. But Smith also seems to be struggling with getting his...Show More Summary
While we wait for the new Spawn movie that Todd McFarlane has long been teasing, we can at least look forward to seeing spinoff characters Sam and Twitch on the small screen. Deadline is reporting that BBC America has nabbed Kevin Smith to write, direct, and executive produce a series based on the Sam and […]
You’ve got to hand it to Kevin Smith – the man is certainly keeping busy. Yoga Hosers is a critical and financial bomb? No sweat, he’s got episodes of The Flash and Supergirl to direct. Clerks III isn’t going to happen? No big deal, he’ll just write a new Jay and Silent Bob movie. Show More Summary
BBC America announced that Kevin Smith has signed on to write, direct, and executive produce a TV show based on the Sam and Twitch comic book series from Image Comics. This is probably bittersweet news for anyone who’s been waiting decades for that long-talked-about Spawn reboot, including Spawn himself. Read more...
The filmmaker will write, direct and executive produce a crime procedural based on the fan-favorite homicide detectives from Spawn. The post Kevin Smith to Helm Sam and Twitch TV Series For BBC America appeared first on CBR.com.