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What I’ve always loved about Kevin Smith is that he’s a fan. First and foremost, Smith loves movies and that’s why he always infuses his films with so much of that. At first is was totally blatant, like the references in Clerks or Mallrats. Now it’s a bit more subtle, such as borrowing storytelling techniques […] The post LOL: Kevin Smith Wants Steven Spielberg To Make His ‘Jaws’ Sequel Concept ...
Matt Bradwell RED BANK, N.J., Sept. 29 (UPI) -- Despite the lack of success for his latest film, writer and director Kevin Smith said the flop was successful enough to earn him financing for Clerks III.
Ben Affleck's Gone Girl character is smooth, sophisticated and a little smarmy with it comes to dealing with the ladies, as seen in a new clip from the anticipated mystery...
The creators of this Shelved— director James Cunningham and eleven visual effects students at the Media Design School in Auckland, New Zealand—say their short film a homage to movies like Clerks , Mallrats , Slacker , and Dazed and Confused. After watching these two robotic losers in action, I can see why. Read more...
Turns out that killer smile is good for something: Ben Affleck delivers the performance of his career as suspected wife murderer Nick Dunne in “Gone Girl.” “Gigli,” be damned.
A one-time golden boy finds himself at the mercy of public speculation and hounded by the media. In Gone Girl, which is based on Gillian Flynn's bestseller, Ben Affleck plays Nick Dunne who becomes the prime suspect when his wife Amy (Rosamund Pike) disappears. The roller-coaster relationship with the media that Nick experiences in the movie is similar to what Affleck has endured in his career ...
Ben Affleck has "Gone Girl" to promote, and he is even visiting "Real Time With Bill Maher" this week.
TORONTO - During Justin Long's recent visit to Toronto to promote his new horror comedy "Tusk," he kept hearing one thing from Canadians: "We don't really talk like that."
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