Kevin Smith says Netflix's rebooted He-Man animated series is essentially "one giant epic" movie that stays true to the Saturday morning classic.
Filmmaker explains what prompted him to go against Harvey Weinstein's wishes and alter the history of the View Askewniverse as sequel to his breakout hit turns 15.
Kevin Smith is opening his SModcasting HQ, the "world's only podcasting theater" just feet from the landmark "Clerks" Quick Stop in N.J.
Smith shares stories from the writing, casting and making of the cult classic as it turns 25.
Summer is almost over and your vacation has just about run empty and you gotta return to the grind. To help you get over this, we’re recommending three movies that feature people at work.
We live in a magical time, when thousands of new and old TV shows are available at the click of a button, thanks to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. Kevin Smith has plenty of experience with being on the end of the so-called “Long Tail” of entertainment. For example, after the success of his debut feature, Clerks, the born-and-bred Jersey boy watched his sophomore effort, Mallrats, play to empty theaters when it was released in 1995. If the same Long Tail trajectory can apply to all of Smith’s work, that means that in 2020 we might finally witness the return of another ahead-of-its-time Smith vehicle: Clerks: The Animated Series, the cartoon version of his breakthrough feature about a pair of aimless clerks manning the cash register at a New Jersey convenience store.