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2011-02-03 14:27:00

BERKELEY, Calif., Feb. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- He's a Grammy Award-winning musician, an irrefutable Reggae star, and staunch environmental and social activist. In April, ZIGGY MARLEY steps into another creative arena with the release of MARIJUANAMAN from Image Comics. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110203/AQ41798) Based on a character conceived of by Ziggy Marley, written by Man of Action Studios JOE CASEY (GODLAND, BUTCHER BAKER) and illustrated by JIM MAHFOOD (KICK DRUM...

2010-03-15 10:39:00

NEW YORK, March 15 /PRNewswire/ -- KENNETH A. SCHNEIDER, KAS arranged for the usage of the site for the famous "Clerks" movie. Director Smith was just starting out and Kenneth A. Schneider was able to bridge any of Director Smith's gaps to be able to start production. Kenneth A. Schneider, KAS was graciously thanked in the closing credits. Contact: Kenneth A. Schneider, +1-917-733-3877 SOURCE KAS Participants and Affiliates

2009-10-16 12:18:00

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- GameX (Games & Media Expo) today announced their final line-up of Hollywood and pop culture celebrities set to appear on the red carpet in Oaks, PA next week October 23-25, 2009. Celebrity guests will be participating in media interviews, panels, screenings, autographing and photo sessions, and walking the red carpet at GameX. GameX fans will meet film actors Marilyn Ghigliotti, known as "Veronica Loughran," and Bill O'Halloran, recognized as...

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2009-04-16 13:29:26

U.S. filmmaker and storyteller Kevin Smith has been booked for a live performance at New York's Carnegie Hall, the show's producers said. Smith, best known for writing and directing such feature films as Clerks, Dogma and most recently Zack and Miri Make a Porno, regularly performs live at major venues across the United States and in Canada, but is appearing for the first time on the venerated New York City stage June 17. This country must truly be in a desperate financial crisis, Smith said...

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2009-03-05 05:50:00

U.S. film director Kevin Smith is set to direct Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan in the big-screen comedy A Couple of Cops, Variety.com reported. The Warner Bros. movie marks Smith's first major studio project. The director is best known for his films Clerks, Chasing Amy, Mallrats, Dogma and Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Variety.com said Robb and Marc Cullen wrote the screenplay for Cops, a movie about a pair of detectives who have to deal with gangsters while trying to recover a stolen baseball...

2008-10-30 06:00:29

By Anthony Breznican MONROEVILLE, Pa. -- The amateur moviemakers walk out of a coffee shop into a winter dawn, hauling a small digital camera, a tripod and a boom mike made out of a hockey stick. They're just happy to find their footage is in focus. It's an early scene from Zack and Miri Make a Porno, opening Friday. Zack (Seth Rogen) begins eagerly outlining his plans for the next evening's secret shoot at the coffee shop, and Miri (Elizabeth Banks) looks in wonder at her...

2008-10-26 18:00:15

U.S. movie director Kevin Smith says his wife was initially jealous when he began work on "Zack and Miri Make a Porno." The "Dogma" director said when his wife learned the movie would involve a great deal of female nudity, she initially was not too thrilled with the concept of having her husband surrounded by naked women, The Boston Globe reported Sunday. "She was very standoffish at the beginning," Smith said of his wife. "(But) all that went away very quickly when she met (adult film...

2006-08-09 00:52:12

By Chris Michaud RED BANK, New Jersey (Reuters) - Indie film director Kevin Smith chatted with fans, dispensed wry career advice to aspiring filmmakers and flat-out refused to sign a woman's rear end on Tuesday night when he came home to New Jersey for an outdoor screening of his breakthrough film "Clerks." The show, part of mail-order DVD rental service Netflix' "Rolling Roadshow" free summer screenings series, drew some 2,000 enthusiastic fans of both the film, shot mostly in...

2006-07-20 17:39:38

By Kirk Honeycutt LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - "Clerks," the scruffy, $27,000, black-and-white indie wonder that launched the career of writer-director-actor-editor Kevin Smith, would seem like the last film to which he would want to make a sequel. For one thing, most of his subsequent films -- set in his native New Jersey and featuring characters obsessed with sex, the Internet and pop culture -- feel like sequels. Surprisingly, though, Smith is able to revert to his...

2006-07-17 07:05:37

By Bob Tourtellotte LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - They broke out of the independent movie pack at the Sundance Film Festival in the mid-1990s as voices of Generation X, and a decade later writer/directors Kevin Smith and Edward Burns have something new to tell their peers: Grow up. Smith's new movie, "Clerks II," hits theaters on Friday, and Burns' "The Groomsmen" is now playing in New York and Los Angeles with plans to roll out more widely in the coming weeks. Smith's film is a sequel to...


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