Everybody’s favourite stoners are back!!! Kevin Smith has given us the first look at Jay And Silent Bob Reboot by revealing the trailer today.
DC have also just released a bunch of character featurettes ahead of the release of Justice League Part 1. The featurettes which are co-hosted by Kevin Smith feature interviews with Ray Fisher (Cyborg), Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Ezra Miller (The Flash).
You can view the Justice League Part 1 featurettes below.
DC Comics have just released the first pieces of Wonder Woman movie footage. This short featurette (co-hosted by Kevin Smith) gives you the first look of what we can expect from Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman is directed by Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine.
You can check out the Wonder Woman movie footage below.
Kevin Smith, writer/director of cult films Clerks, Chasing Amy and Mallrats, will be participating in a Q&A following a screening of his darkly comic new horror tale TUSK on Friday 3 October at Cinema Nova in Carlton.
The film will commence at 6.45pm and be followed by a Skype Q&A with Smith.
Tickets Full: $19 Concession: $15 to purchase: http://www.cinemanova.com.au/catalogue/coming_soon/42673
In the modern-day monster movie Tusk, a journalist (played by Justin Long) finds the story of a lifetime in Mr. Howe, a worldwide adventurer with amazing tales and a curious penchant for walruses. Starring Justin Long, Michael Parks, Haley Joel Osment and Genesis Rodriguez. Tusk was written and directed by Kevin Smith. Rated MA.
TUSK opens October 9, exclusive to Cinema Nova in Melbourne.
Director Kevin Smith’s latest film Tusk will get an Australian release on October 9th in selected cinemas. The cinemas screening Tusk will be:
Dendy Newtown, Sydney
Cinema Nova, Melbourne
Cineplex South Bank, Brisbane
Palace Nova East End, Adelaide
October 16 with sneak previews October 10-12:
Luna Leederville, Perth
The film which has received good reviews overseas is directed and written by Kevin Smith and stars Justin Long, Michael Parks, Genesis Rodriguez, Haley Joel Osment and Johnny Depp.
You can view the trailer for Tusk below:
Actor Jason Lee is one of those performers who has really become known for two of his most iconic roles. Kids (and families) will know him as the long suffering Dave who has been stuck with the task of looking after the mischievous chipmunks in the “Alvin & The Chipmunks” franchise, while adults will know him as the atonement seeking Earl in the hit television comedy series “My Name Is Earl.”
Jason Michael Lee was born on the April 25, 1970 in Orange County (California) to parents, Greg and Linda Lee. He was raised in Huntington Beach and attended Ocean View High School. It was during that period that he begun working on the skills that would see him become a household name as a professional skateboarder.
By the time he turned 18, Lee was already a popular member of the skateboarding circuit and was mostly known for his signature move – the ‘360 flip.’ It was his skateboarding career that saw him begin his film career when in 1991 he appeared in director Spike Jonze’s short film “Video Days.” Soon, Jonze included Lee in a couple of his projects including a video clip with the band Sonic Youth and giving him his first acting role in feature film “Mi vida loca,” a film that Jonze also acted in.
1995 saw Jason Lee also begin another feature film relationship when he teamed up with cult favorite director Kevin Smith who cast him in the hit comedy “Mallrats” alongside Shannon Doherty and Ben Affleck. After “Mallrats,” Smith also cast Lee in his big hit “Chasing Amy” and over time also appeared in other Smith films including “Dogma,” “Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back,” “Jersey Girl,” “Cop Out” and “Clerks II.”
After the success of his roles in “Dogma” and “Chasing Amy” Lee soon found himself being cast in high profile films including “Enemy Of The State” (alongside Will Smith), “Almost Famous” and “Vanilla Sky” (with Tom Cruise).
In 2005, Jason Lee’s career really took off. First of all he was cast in the new comedy television show “My Name Is Earl,” which over the years saw him nominated for two Golden Globe awards. In the same year, Lee voiced a character in the animated short “Jack-Jack Attack” and this helped him discover a new talent. Soon, Lee was in high demand as a voice actor and after voicing a character in television series “American Dad” he soon found himself voicing characters in feature films such as “Monster House,” “Underdog” and “Noah” and the video games “Skate 3,” “Alvin & The Chipmunks” and “Disney Infinity.”
The success of “My Name Is Earle” soon saw Lee cast as the lovable loser Dave Seville in the “Alvin & The Chipmunks” franchise which has currently see Lee involved in all three films, while he is also set to star in the fourth installment due in cinemas in 2015.
Since “My Name Is Earl” wrapped production in 2009, Lee has also been involved in other television shows including “Memphis Beat,” “Up All Night” and “Raising Hope.”
Outside of his acting career, Lee still has a massive involvement in the skateboarding world. He is the co-founder and co-owner of “Stereo Skateboards” and “Stereo Sounds Clothing.” Lee is also involved in a number of charities including the Keep A Breast Foundation and also Tony Hawke’s Stand Up For Skateparks and the Tony Hawke Charitable Foundation.
When it comes to personal relationships Lee married actress and photographer Carmen Llywelyn in 1995, but the pair divorced in 2001 due to Lee’s commitment to Scientology. Lee then became involved with actress Beth Riesgraf and before they split in 2007 that had a son who was named Pilot ‘Standard’ Inspektor. On July 1, 2008 Lee married actress Ceren Alkac. They are still married and together have two children – a daughter named Casper (born on Nov. 24, 2008) and a son named Sonny Lee (born on June 16, 2012).
Jason Lee may not have dreamed of being an actor when he was younger but today he has one of the most recognizable faces in America. The next few years will see Lee turn his back on the small screen for a while and instead be appearing on the big screen in “Behaving Badly” (with Selena Gomez and Dylan McDermott), the action drama “Tell” (with Alan Tudyk and Katee Sackhoff) and of course “Alvin & The Chipmunks 4.”
You probably know him as Earl, but David Griffiths goes behind all that to discover the man behind Earl in his Jason Lee biography. You can check out the biography on Entertainment Scene 360.
Recently the hosts of ‘The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show’ came up with their favourite directors here’s who is made their lists.
Summary: A behind-the-scenes look at the fans who gather by the thousands each year in San Diego, California to attend Comic-Con, the world s largest comic book convention. Morgan Spurlock explores this amazing cultural phenomenon by following the lives of five attendees as they descend upon the ultimate geek mecca at San Diego Comic-Con 2010.
Australian Cinema Release Date: N/A
Australian DVD Release Date: 7th November, 2012
Director: Morgan Spurlock
Screenwriter: Jeremy Chilnick, Morgan Spurlock, Joss Whedon
Cast: Tim Bradsteet (himself), Kenneth Branagh (himself), Holly Conrad (herself), Guillermo del Toro (himself), Chris Evans (himself), Will Ferrell (himself), Jamin Fite (himself), Harrison Ford (himself), Matt Fraction (himself), Seth Green (himself), Matt Groening (himself), Marc Guggenheim (himself), Skip Harvey (himself), Eric Henson (himself), Thomas Jane (himself), Henry Jenkins (himself), Angelina Jolie (herself), Robert Kirkman (himself), Harry Knowles (himself), Stan Lee (himself), Todd MacFarlane (himself), Scott Mantz (himself), Frank Miller (himself), Grant Morrison (himself), Joe Quesada (himself), Ryan Reynolds (himself), Seth Rogen (himself), Chuck Rozanski (himself), Eli Roth (himself), Steve Sansweet (himself), Paul Scheer (himself), Jon Schnepp (himself), Tim Sheridan (himself), Kevin Smith (himself), Sylvester Stallone (himself), Billy Tucci (himself), Dan Vado (himself), Gerard Way (himself), Joss Whedon (himself), Olivia Wilde (herself), Edgar Wright (himself), James Young (himself), Se Young (himself)
Runtime: 86 mins
Dave Griffiths’s ‘Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope’ Review: Please check Dave’s review of ‘Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope’ that is available on the Helium Entertainment Channel.
Other Subculture Media Reviews of ‘Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope′: Nil.