The writer/director talks with SPINOFF about the offbeat horror project that made him enjoy filmmaking again. Plus, we premiere an exclusive comic strip Francesco Francavilla created for Tusk!
Kevin Smith's Yoga Hosers brings Johnny Depp, Lily-Rose Depp and Harley Quinn Smith on board for what the director calls his version of a comic book movie.
Toying Around is back from San Diego with tons of toy and collectible reveals from NECA, Hot Toys, Diamond Select Toys and lots more!
The writer/director debuts the first poster for his next film Tusk, and reveals the Weinsteins passed on Clerks 3.
Kevin Smith puts words in Adam West's mouth, argues for a Batman/Green Hornet animated feature and promises Ben Affleck will deliver as the Dark Knight.
The filmmaker suggests that anyone who wants to see what the new Batman costume looks like should just open the third issue of Frank Miller's 1986 miniseries.
AMC is moving forward with Area 51, and staying in the Kevin Smith business, with more Comic Book Men, a spinoff and Hollywood Babble-On.
Kevin Smith returns to comics with co-writer Ralph Garman and artist Ty Templeton for the digital-first "Batman '66 Meets the Green Hornet."
The Red State and Mallrats filmmaker announces a new movie about mankind and Hell teaming up to destroy "a Rapturing giant Jesus."
"Man of Steel" Director Zack Snyder answered fan questions about the film, addressing the death toll, the end of the film and what to expect when Batman meets Superman.
"Wonder Woman: Earth One" is now "Wonder Woman: The Trial of Diana Prince," and writer Grant Morrison disclosed further details on the story, including the title character not being made from clay.
Although Kevin Smith had previously announced he would walk away from filmmaking following Clerks III, his enthusiastic description at Comic-Con of his horror script Tusk demonstrates he may stick around for a while longer.
Kevin Smith and first-time director Matt Johnson spoke to reporters at Comic-Con International about The Dirties, a film about bullying, school shootings and friendship