Tag Archives: Clerks

Kevin Smith: As under appreciated a filmmaker as the industry has

For this week’s spotlight piece, I wanted to do something a little bit different than usual. Rather than simply look at someone who’s got a film coming out this week, I wanted to highlight someone who I feel is one of the most under appreciated filmmakers in the business. It’s[...]

Kevin Smith teases “Red State” VOD, unique theatrical plan

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: When it comes to Kevin Smith news, there’s no better source than Kevin Smith, himself. The “Clerks” writer-director has made himself remarkably transparent over the years, conversing with fans and media members on Twitter, establishing a network of well-downloaded podcasts, launching his own (free) radio station and[...]

“Breakfast Club” reunion in NYC tonight, followed by Kevin Smith panel discussion

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Crank up Simple Minds and get ready to describe the ruckus. Four members of John Hughes’ original “Breakfast Club” will take the stage tonight at the Paris Theatre in New York City for a 25tht Anniversary screening of the film, followed by a post-screening panel discussion. Anthony Michael[...]

Miramax to cut 80 jobs

Miramax will be closing the New York and Los Angeles offices of the movie studio costing 80 people their jobs. This comes at a point where they still have 6 movies waiting to get picked up for distribution, among them “Last Night,” “The Debt,” and “The Tempest.” This is a sad[...]