Kevin Smith signs at Bookends on March 20, 2012 at 7:00pm.
211 E. Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450
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|The Albuquerque Comic Expo is the southwest’s premier comic book, pop culture, and entertainment convention! Taking place June 8th-10th 2012, ACE will feature the very best in comic books, movie, television, gaming, and more!
Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes headline the show with a live performance of Jay and Silent Bob Get Old! We have several guests returning from our awesome inaugural 2011 show, as well as a bunch of new comic book professionals and celebrities!
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Edgar Wright and Kevin Smith host a screening at the New Beverly Cinema on Dec. 16, 2011 at midnight. It’s Edgar’s very first viewing of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai!
New Beverly Cinema
7165 W. Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes appear with Walt Flanagan, Bryan Johnson and Brian Quinn at the Count Basie Theatre on October 8, 2011!
Jay & Silent Bob are back! Live in person! Writer, producer, director and actor Kevin Smith’s epic-length Q&A’s at the Basie are legendary. Add actor Jason Mewes to the mix, and you’ve got what fans everywhere have been waiting for! Smith and Mewes became film icons playing the characters Jay & Silent Bob in the movies Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and Clerks 2. Sometimes touching, always hilarious, “Jay & Silent Bob Get Old” is a look at growing up in Hollywood’s gaze. This engagement will be recorded for smodcast.com, Kevin Smith’s #1-ranked iTunes Comedy podcast, but you can be there in person! Jay & Silent Bob are dying; watch it as it happens!
Featuring Bryan “Steve-Dave” Johnson, Walt “Fanboy” Flanagan, and Brian “The Dubious Tech Guy” Quinn, Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave! are the comedic trio with their own award winning podcast on the SModcast Podcast Network. It all started when Johnson played Steve-Dave, and Flanagan played Fanboy, who yelled “Tell ‘em Steve-Dave!” in the 1995 feature film Mallrats. Now with over 60 podcast episodes to their name, they’re the winners of an iTunes “Best of” award, and two 2010 Podcast Awards, for People’s Choice and Best Comedy.
Opening Act: Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave!
Saturday, October 08, 2011, 8:00 PM
Presented by: Count Basie Theatre Tickets: $59.50, $49.50, $39.50, $29.50
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Count Basie Theatre
99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, New Jersey 07701
Ralph Garman and Kevin Smith babble on at the Allen Theatre on Wednesday August 24, 2011 at 7:30pm!
Ralph’s the guy you never listen to on morning radio. Kevin’s the guy who makes movies you never go see. And yet every week, they have the balls to make fun of their TinselTown betters. Their show may be the funniest thing you see at CityWalk… unless you spot Kev steering with his knees because he’s eating two Cinnabons while pulling out of the valet parking lot.
Get tickets here ($35)
Allen Theatre – Cineport 10
700 S. Telshor Street, Las Cruces, NM 88011
Kevin Smith brings his SMod-tour to Las Vegas with partners Jason Mewes and Ralph Garman!
Jay and Silent Bob Get Old featuring Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes plus Hollywood Babble-On featuring Ralph Garman & Kevin Smith appear at the Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip on Friday, August 12th and Saturday, August 13th at 8:00 PM PDT!
Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip
3771 Las Vegas Blvd South (Across from Monte Carlo), Las Vegas, NV
COMIC-CON FIXTURE KEVIN SMITH TO SIGN AT WARNER BROS. BOOTH #4545 ON FRIDAY, JULY 22
Warner Bros. Announces Schedule for Sunday Signings and Autograph Ticket Drawing at Comic-Con
BURBANK, Calif. (July 19, 2011) — Comic-Con mainstay Kevin Smith is returning to the world’s leading pop culture convention in 2011, and this year, he will be signing at the Warner Bros. booth!
- Smith will meet fans and sign autographs at the Warner Bros. booth (#4545) on Friday, July 22, from 1:30–2:15 p.m.
- Ticket distribution time for the Kevin Smith signing will be at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, July 22, at Sails Pavilion #9.
As previously announced by Comic-Con and Warner Bros. Entertainment, the Studio will follow the official Comic-Con International: San Diego ticket distribution system for autograph signings at this year’s event.
- As in years past, all signings will be held at the Warner Bros. booth, which is #4545 on the Comic-Con show floor.
- But under the long-standing Comic-Con system, Warner Bros. will distribute wristbands for signings via daily ticket drawings held at Sails Pavilion #9 inside the San Diego Convention Center.
Additionally, producers and voice actors from Warner Bros. Animation and Carton Network hit series such as The Looney Tunes Show, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, Young Justice, Adventure Time and Regular Show are among the creative talent that will be signing autographs at the Warner Bros./Cartoon Network booth #4545 on Sunday, July 24, Comic-Con’s annual family day. The 3,600-square-foot Warner Bros. booth will undergo an overnight “toon up” by a team of over 35 artisans working a combined 500 hours to transform the space into a Cartoon Network–branded experience for fans.
Below please find a schedule of signings and ticket lineup times for Sunday signings at the Warner Bros./Cartoon Network booth on Sunday.
WARNER BROS./CARTOON NETWORK BOOTH #4545
COMIC-CON 2011 SUNDAY TICKET DISTRIBUTION AND SIGNING TIMES
DISCLAIMER: Autograph session start times are subject to change. For the most up-to-date signing information, please check for updates at the Warner Bros. booth (#4545) or atwww.thewb.com/comiccon.
Sunday, July 24
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Signing
- Ticket Distribution (Sails Pavilion #9): 9:00 a.m.
- Signing (Warner Bros/Cartoon Network Booth, #4545): 10:15–11:00 a.m.
The Looney Tunes Show Signing
- Ticket Distribution (Sails Pavilion #9): 9:30 a.m.
- Signing (Warner Bros/Cartoon Network Booth, #4545): 10:15–11:00 a.m.
Adventure Time Signing
- Ticket Distribution (Sails Pavilion #9): 10:00 a.m.
- Signing (Warner Bros/Cartoon Network Booth, #4545): 11:00–11:45 a.m.
Young Justice Signing
- Ticket Distribution (Sails Pavilion #9): 10:30 a.m.
- Signing (Warner Bros/Cartoon Network Booth, #4545): 11:15 a.m.–12:00 Noon
Regular Show Signing
- Ticket Distribution (Sails Pavilion #9): 11:00 a.m.
- Signing (Warner Bros/Cartoon Network Booth, #4545): 1:45–2:30 p.m.
Fans interested in attending the Sunday signings at the Warner Bros./Cartoon Network booth should review the schedule listed above, then plan to visit the Sails Pavilion at the time of each drawing. All fans present at the appointed time will receive numbered tickets that feature a distinct stamp or sticker. Then a randomized drawing will determine which fans receive wristbands granting access to each autograph line.
EPIX AND WILLIAM SHATNER BEAM “THE CAPTAINS” FROM COMIC-CON
William Shatner to appear with Avery Brooks and moderator Kevin Smith on July 22
Online Event ‘EPIX Live from Comic-Con’ will connect fans across the U.S.
New York, NY, June 23, 2011 – EPIX, the premium entertainment channel, video-on-demand and online service announced today that it will preview its original EPIX Picture, The Captains, at this year’s Comic-Con(R) in San Diego on Friday, July 22. William Shatner will talk about the original documentary he produced and directed, an in depth look at the actors who have played Star Trek Captains in the films and television shows. Avery Brooks, who played Captain Benjamin Sisko in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, will join Shatner on a panel at Comic-Con moderated by Kevin Smith Friday, July 22, which will include exclusive clips and an audience Q&A.
Following the panel, Shatner will participate in EPIX Live from Comic-Con, an online Q&A on EpixHD.com which will allow fans across the U.S. to interact with the iconic writer-actor-producer-director. EPIX Live from Comic-Con with William Shatner will be produced by EPIX in partnership with San Diego affiliate, Cox Communications, which carries EPIX as part of its “Movie Pak” offering.
The Captains will make its world premiere July 22 at 8:00 pm EDT on EPIX and EpixHD.com as the centerpiece of SHATNERPALOOZA, a celebration of William Shatner’s film and television work running on the EPIX linear channel, EPIX SVOD service and EpixHD.com from July 21 through July 30. SHATNERPALOOZA kicks off with a 48-hour marathon that will also include the world television premiere of William Shatner’s Gonzo Ballet, an award winning EPIX Pictures original that takes an inside look at the staging of famed choreographer Margo Sappington’s ballet set to the music and spoken word of Shatner’s 2004 album, “Has Been.” Shatner produced and stars in the documentary which includes appearances by composer Ben Folds and actor/musician Henry Rollins. Also featured will be the complete collection of the six original Star Trek films starring William Shatner in his seminal role as Captain Kirk, plus other rarely seen and sometimes controversial films including The Intruder, Big Bad Mama, Disaster on a Coastliner and Broken Angel, along with some highly entertaining TV fare like a classic 1964 episode of Outer Limits, a dazzling turn as the first host of Iron Chef and a no holds barred TV roast.
Comic-Con attendees will be invited to see The Captains on EpixHD.com as part of a two-week free trial offer.
“From film and TV icon to hipster hero, William Shatner is a man of many talents,” said EPIX President and CEO Mark Greenberg. “We are proud to celebrate him as actor, producer, director and cultural phenomenon and to bring his contributions to fans at Comic-Con and on EPIX and EpixHD.com.”
EPIX, a joint venture between Viacom Inc. (NYSE: VIA and VIA.B), its Paramount Pictures unit, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (MGM) and Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), is a next-generation premium entertainment channel, video-on-demand and online service launched on October 30, 2009. With access to more than 15,000 motion pictures spanning the vast libraries of its partners and other studios, EPIX provides a powerful entertainment experience with more feature films on demand and online and more HD movies than any other service. It is the only premium service providing its entire monthly line-up of new Hollywood titles, classic feature films, original series, music and comedy specials through the linear channel, video-on-demand and online at EpixHD.com, the leading online destination for movies. EPIX has made the commitment to deliver the industry’s most expansive online collection of movies, making more than 3,000 titles available on EpixHD.com. The service is available to over 30 million homes nationwide through distribution partners including Charter Communications, Cox Communications, DISH Network, Mediacom Communications, NCTC, Suddenlink Communications and Verizon FiOS. For more information about EPIX, go to www.EpixHD.com.
Jay and Silent Bob Get Old Goes LIVE from IGN Theater on Friday, October 14th!!
Norwalk, CT, June 8, 2011: Noted filmmaker, comic book writer, and internet radio personality Kevin Smith, who first appeared at New York Comic Con (NYCC) when the convention debuted in 2006, will return to NYCC in 2011 with television and film actor Jason Mewes. Smith and Mewes will appear together on Friday, October 14th at 7:00pm in the IGN Theater for a live performance of their popular podcast Jay and Silent Bob Get Old. Fans who are interested in attending the live performance must have a New York Comic ticket and also purchase an additional ticket to the podcast. All ticket prices are based on seating location: $50 for prime seats with a pre-signed item, $35 for second tier seating, and $10 for general admission. Tickets will go on sale June 15th and further information about ticket prices and seating locations will be available at the website. All NYCC Ultimate VIP ticket holders will be provided a free ticket to the live podcast.
Beginning with the 1994 independent film Clerks, director Kevin Smith and longtime friend Jason Mewes have worked together on several films, often playing the fictional duo Jay and Silent Bob. The act has evolved into Jay and Silent Bob Get Old, a wildly successful weekly live show and podcast for Smith’s growing podcast network. The show, which is frequently broadcast from The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, at Universal CityWalk, has also played to numerous audiences at various venues throughout the country. This will be the first-ever live performance of Jay and Silent Bob Get Old at a comic convention.
“I am enormously excited to announce this performance at New York Comic Con,” notes Lance Fensterman, Group Vice President for ReedPOP and Show Manager for NYCC. “Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes are insanely funny and their appearance at our show is nothing short of huge. We will not only have a packed house, and a terrific live performance for all our fans, but this sets the tone for the weekend. New York Comic Con is not just about ‘meet and greets’ but also about providing the very best in leading edge comedy and entertainment. This live performance of Jay and Silent Bob Get Oldraises the bar considerably and is testimony to the type of entertainment that we will be hosting at NYCC in the future.”
Tickets for NYCC are now on sale via the website www.NewYorkComicCon.com. Limited 4-Day tickets are available. For further information about all ReedPOP shows and activity, please visit Lance Fensterman’s blog, www.MediumAtLarge.net. Convention organizers note that many guests will be announced over the next few weeks and months and fans should keep their eyes on NYCC’s website and blog for additional comics, entertainment and anime announcements.
Smith has spent nearly twenty years as a writer/director making Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Jersey Girl, Clerks II, Zack and Miri Make a Porno, Cop Out and his newest film Red State, which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
Mystifyingly, Smith also sports three DVD releases of his various college Q&A’s (An Evening with Kevin Smith; An Evening with Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder; A Threevening with Kevin Smith) as well as an EPIX Original Q&A special Kevin Smith: Too Fat For 40.
He’s published two books full of essays and blog postings (Silent Bob Speaks and The New York Times bestselling My Boring-Ass Life), as well as Shootin’ the Sh*t with Kevin Smith – a collection of the best material from SModcast, Smith and producer Scott Mosier’s weekly podcast.
Aside from the films he’s directed, Smith has served as a producer on indie efforts including Bryan Johnson’s Lionsgate release Vulgar, multiple Academy Award winner Good Will Hunting, and a pair of Sundance-selected documentaries including Reel Paradise and Small Town Gay Bar.
One of the first filmmakers to venture into cyberspace, Smith has built his fan base primarily on the web, via the thirteen year old binary village at www.viewaskew.com. Smith took the cyberworld by storm when, in February 2007, SModcast debuted online. The back-and-forth banter of Smith and Mosier has kept on for over four years paving the way for the SModcast Podcast Network.
From its January 2010, launch, smodcast.com has grown into a full-fledged network, hosting a full week of original programming featuring SMonsters of Talk, who regularly claim the top slots on the iTunes as the Best Podcasts of 2007 and 2010. Audiences around the world have created a following for many other weekly shows which have also gone on to enormous success. In September 2010, SModcastofficially began playing on SiriusXM’s “The Virus” channel, alongside Opie & Anthony and Ron & Fez.
The success of SModcast brought to life Smith’s idea of a black box theater in Los Angeles where he and his team could perform live podcasts whenever they wanted. In July 2010 SModcastle – the world’s first live podcast theater – opened. SModcastle quickly became the house that ‘Babble-On’ built. Garman and Smith packed audiences in weekly, routinely selling out the 50 seat venue – a feat matched only by Mewes and Smith when they launched Jay & Silent Bob Get Old.
Smith’s podcasting success did not end with SModcastle. In May 2011 S.I.R.: SModcast Internet Radio, premiered with 24 hour a day, seven days a week programming featuring live and archived Smodcast Network programs. The S.I.R. suite of shows is available through www.smodcast.com and Stitcher’s free mobile and iPad™apps.
And if film and digital domination aren’t enough, there’s always retail: Smith owns a comic book store named Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash in Red Bank, New Jersey.
As for the hood ornaments he’s collected, there’s plenty of tin on display: the Filmmaker’s Trophy at Sundance for Clerks; the Prix de la Jeunesse and the International Critic’s Week Awards at the Cannes Film Festival, also for Clerks. He also has an Independent Spirit Award for Best Screenplay for Chasing Amy, and a Humanitas Award for Good Will Hunting. Smith also received the Defender of Democracy Award from Norman Lear’s People for the American Way organization for his production of Dogma. Clerks II won both the prestigious Audience Award at the Edinburgh Film Festvial as well as the Orbit Dirtiest Mouth Moment at the MTV Movie Awards. For his writing in the comics field, Smith has received a Harvey Award, a Wizard Fan Award, an Eagle Award, and saw his Green Arrow: Quiver named as one of 2003’s Best Books for Young Adults by the American Library Association’s Young Adult Library Service. In the fall of 2002, the town of Paulsboro in New Jersey named a street after him: Kevin Smith Way. In 2004, the Video Software Dealers Association gave Smith the DVD Visionary Award, and in 2005, he collected the Independent Spirit Award from Britain’s Empire Magazine. In April of 2006, this award-whore was given UCLA’s Jack Benny Award for Comedy, and in 2008, Smith was given the Maverick Award by the Woodstock Film Festival, as well as the Vision Award from the DGA-affiliated Filmmaker’s Alliance.
But he’d chuck it all for his wife and kid. Smith married wife Jennifer in April ’99 and celebrated the birth of their daughter, Harley Quinn, in June of that same year. The wedding was not white, to say the least.
A New Jersey born and bred actor, who burst onto the cinema screens in 1994, playing the voice half of the on-screen comedy duo of Jay and Silent Bob, Mewes’ cult-fan’s beloved character “Jay” in his long time friend’s (Kevin Smith) award winning Clerks.
Mewes would continue on the role of “Jay” in a series of indie hits-Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, and later Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.
In 2006, the View Askew team went back to the well and Clerks II hit movie screens. Once again Mewes reprised the role of the fast-talking, foul mouthed and over sexed but very likable “Jay” to go on to win MTV’s Dirtiest Mouth Award in 2007.
Moving beyond “Jay”, Mewes has completed various commercials, music videos, and animated features as Jason’s unique voice has added color and dimension to a variety of entertainment media, including video games.
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Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith bring their podcast show to the Wilbur Theatre for one night only, October 7th at 7:30pm. Every saga has a middle-age this is what happens when Jay & Silent Bob Get Old.
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