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Take a trip to 'The Last Blockbuster' with an exclusive AR experience and new documentary
"Know if you still have AH, Video late fees from Blockbuster. A new documentary can tell you about the last place you can go pay them, so I'm sure you'll be racing right out. We're video stores have all but disappeared. The last Blockbuster is a documentary that details the very last blockbuster video store run by Sandy Harding for the past 16 years and Bend, Oregon. The doc follows Harding as she struggles to keep it afloat. The retailers fall from grace and its bankruptcy. Did you know that Blockbuster had a chance to buy night flicks? But they didn't Now that me is great, which was helped along by the rise of Netflix and streaming video on demand. It features interviews with Kevin Smith. Comedian Jamie Kennedy and, ironically, is available on video on
Fatman: the Mel Gibson Santa action comedy
"I have to tell you something about the serial comic concept made cinema fat man which you could see on Fandango now Voodoo or Amazon Prime. This stars Mel Gibson as a gritty, tough guy named Kris Kringle. Guess who he's. In fact, Santa Claus. And in this movie, he has to team up with the U. S military when a disgruntled kid hires an assassin to kill this Not so jolly Santa Mel because the kid received the lump of coal in his stocking. I'm not kidding. I mean, I guess this kid thinks hey may see you when you're sleeping, but he may not see you. You're aiming at him with a high powered rifle like Oh, my God. So is this. This is a dark film or what is it? It's darkly comic on Lee. Not in a good way like bad Santa in a way, like why they make this had it been funnier or scarier or more heartfelt, But I was like, Wow, okay. Man that is wild that's called fat Man. A fat man. And, you know, no reference to Kevin Smith from a few years back before he went on that diet.
Bobby Moynihan plays a drug dealing manatee in new Comedy Central show
"Everybody. This is Bobby Moynihan and I'm here to tell you about my new show Lafi on comedy central digital. It's an improvised animated series about a weed dealing Mandy named Lafi, who has to Juggle being a single dad and the number one we'd dealer in New York City all from his tank of the Central Park. Zoo not to be confused with the much cleaner Central Park Zoo and you can expect things. Like a group of zoo animals playing DND Atar, you're trading sexual favors for a harp, a weed smoking hypnotist, a Cammo who thinks he's Markham oh inter species, relationships, outer species, relationships, Inter species, feuds, and much much more with characters voiced and improvised Ron funches Cecil strong Eugene Cordero Gina Gershon. Jason News Kevin Smith Jay Pharaoh Nina West, and Taryn kill him. It's Lo fi on comedy central's youtube and facebook pages out tomorrow.
"kevin smith" Discussed on Emma
"Welcome back to the PODCAST. You find still in the depths of a nationwide corona virus lockdown so. I'm in my garden shed and MS still speaking to me from her house. Using the magic of technology that's right and with stretching the magic a little further today because we've managed to get hold of a friend of the podcast from Happier Times. One of the stars of our live curriculum design episode from earlier this year. Talk to Kevin Smith from Cardiff. University is an expert in curriculum theory and he had our audience of student. Teachers gripped with his passionate call for us all to engage with the really big ideas about what we're doing as we make the transition here in Wales from being curriculum delivers to curriculum designers. Along the way he cautioned against Glib answers to these really difficult questions empty signifies that show that we haven't really thought things through. How can you help? Someone achieve their potential nor to do that. You have to be able to understand and know their potential if they're going to achieve it must have a limit. Can we say that we can understand the limit of someone's potential and also what happens when someone reaches their potential? If you're in a lesson suddenly STUART SAYS MISS. I think just achieved my potential. What are you GONNA do? What are they gonNa do and I think as human beings do? We want to achieve our potential. Where do we go from there? And so what happens is when we say? I want young people to achieve their potential. It's because we're not thinking carefully enough about what we hope to achieve as teachers the answer we give when we don't know what to say we want to give a whole episode of our podcast over to examining those really big concepts and what they mean for us as teachers. We're not going to be defeated by the Kovic. One thousand nine hundred DEMOC. I'm delighted to say that Dr Kevin Smith has joined us on the line from his home in the South Wales Valleys. Dr Calve. Welcome thank you good to be here. Welcome back to the cast yes. This is very strange of course might before we get into the deep conceptual stuff that we just talked about in the intro there. How are you coping in these very weird times? We're doing all right. We're doing really well. We've been keeping ourselves busy with the rediscovering our love of cooking and and all that good stuff so we that sounds good. Go on board. We've been spoiling ourselves with Mexican cooking because that was the biggest adjustment living in the UK was having to leave our favorite foods behind which were Mexican dishes. And so we've spent the past three or four weeks perfecting our OAXACAN SALSA and. I hear you students had been benefiting from these culinary delights. I'm lucky because I'm convening. A module called radical education and and I've been recording. Some little cooking with Kevin episodes with them in our collaborate sessions online. And we talk about the curriculum of salsa. So it's been a great different good experience. Well unfortunately this is not going to be an episode on the curriculum of Salsa. But I do want to get you back for another episode dedicated entirely to the curriculum of salsa place. But before we get onto curriculum matters. Could you just remind our listeners? A little bit about what you do. And maybe just flavor of your journey from SRN practitioner to education academic. Sure I'll I'll try and be brief I'm I'm a senior lecturer education in the school. Social Sciences at Cardiff University and My main area. Even though I've had a pretty diverse and interesting path getting care My main area of interest is creek and theorising and specifically I'm interested in kind of the cultural interactions intersections between curriculum and culture. But what really was a funny. Start where you could say. I wasn't always an educator and for the first thirteen years of my life I was in business until finally I just realized I wasn't I didn't feel like I was on the right path and so had a high school education so even though I had become fairly successful fairly successful in the marketing world. I just wasn't really happy and my wife says will clear the you know we need to figure out how to get you happy and and I felt like I had a calling to fulfill that was in teaching and so I went back to university. Did my bachelor's Master's my PhD. Just all back to back and started teaching shortly after. I finished my bachelor's is about thirty one years old thirty two years old I think and My very first teaching job was at an inner city school in in Cincinnati. Ohio and reconciling my teacher education and then the actual day to day lived experience of teaching in that particular classroom was such a jarring experience to some ways not a negatively jarring experience but one. That just was really a rich. You know a lively experience that it really triggered my curiosity and it just happened to be at the same time that I was beginning. My Masters Studies. I'm reading new Ideas New theories kind of connecting. What I'm reading what I'm doing in the classroom and and and it was just a really exciting aspect of my life. It also I think that interplay between theory and practice that praxis if you will Also contributed to me losing that job in a funny way because I was undertaking a very social activist approach to curriculum planning and instructions so I was trying to take the the ICT teacher and it's really hard to make that relevant to To the concerns when you open a book on chapter on Excel and formatting an excel spreadsheet and the instruction saying you know pretend that you're a CEO of a widget producing company in the kids. Go I don't want to pretend under. Ceo of a widget. I don't care what widgets are I. I'm living in impoverished area in Cincinnati Ohio and got real life challenges facing me. You know I felt like I was really undermining the potential of the curriculum for them by taking that kind of mundane approach and so we flipped the creek and around and started looking at. How can I meet the Standards and outcomes that are listed in the curriculum in a way that gets the young people involved in local politics in conversations about You know like for instance. They were debating whether we should be smoking in public places at the time and my pupils of many of them. Even though they're fourteen fifteen years old were smoking inside and their parents were smoke. And I said okay. Well you know you guys have a voice in this. Let's contact our local politicians. Let us right to our state politicians. Let's put some Posters together around the school to get people talking about it and they formatted those all through word and counted votes. Excel stuff like that so we were meeting. You know the tick boxy. I hate to say of standard sides of things but what was really happening. creek in Wisconsin becoming much more life for us and in a in a real way but that eventually translated to them becoming so politically involved that they were supposed to have a position on the board of Governors as as a student advisory student role on there and they weren't being given that opportunity and they Plan to strike a sit in at school without me knowing about it and I show up to school on Monday morning. And there's a hundred students lined up in the corridors gone. We're not going to school today. Because Dr Smith says that we need to express our voice. Ya got him it being so it was great and but the next year the school district to renew my contract is a story. I I wrote about it in my blog That I that I have in a much more succinct fashion. So you know I recommend if anybody's interested to to check out my blog but yeah so then what happened to that was as I. I always wanted to come to Wales. I found an opportunity to do an international teaching research fellowship at the University of Wales Trinity. Saint David So right after a teaching contract ended I came to Wales for a semester and taught An introduction to Social Collusion. I think it was or inclusive practice in education module and then when that was over I went back to the states and Continued on with my during that. Time is doing my. Phd is also got a different teaching job at a very affluent school. It was the fifth ranked school district in the state We had Congress. People's children there one of my students a year. Seven pupil has she had a personal shopper and her budget for her monthly expenditures was roughly my house payment at the time and so I went from one extreme to the other but when I wrapped up my PhD. I had some serious conversations with my family. But what our next steps word and the idea was to go To teach at a university I put out many many applications and Eventually was offered a position at the University of the South Pacific. Which meant that? My family and I would move to Tonga for two years and so we spent two years in the South Pacific working with the Eleven Pacific island nations in developing policy for their individual contexts. So I was lucky enough to Write and develop the national teacher. Registration Certification Program for for Tonga and to contribute to the standards for teachers in the Pacific region and just really exciting work But it wasn't where we wanted to be to come to Wales because of my family's connections Wales so that's that's how I got here. Why range of experience about the story isn't it said to hit it. Be An rebel ended up for you and your story. I came down and spoke to our students and some of our listeners. May Have heard your your presentation. Did Not that long session that we had you gave as an absolute rollcall of curriculum theories in curriculum theorists. You you famously kind of your books and I got them out of your the students and gave him quite the reading list so in terms of your own practice in your own philosophy of education. What's where do you sit in the landscape of curriculum theory in which which theorists have been most kind of formative in guiding you'll practice new philosophy I think it really start. Started with me by differentiating between creek than theory and curriculum. Sheer rising because curriculum theory is basically a pre. It's comprised if approaches that try to Make curricular decisions based on these kind of universal generalizations or by concentrating on creek their models. And so you know I it's like looking for a unified theory of curriculum for instance and I was very skeptical of these kinds of approaches. But when you look at what curriculum theorizing is then it shifts it and we start to think about carefully. About how real people in specific situations can Intellectualize Krikken how they can come to understand. How do we arrive at the most desirable course of action? That can then be carried out in those circumstances and this is all subject to deliberation critique and change and it's an ongoing process. It should be part. They my opinion of every teacher's Practice it involves the practice this reflects action and reflection but it also involves giving teachers time to sit back and and put together a theory about what they're doing what they hope to achieve and in fact a lot of times we talk about theory without really knowing what it is. We're talking about like what is a theory for instance so my particular or at least the area of curriculum theorising that. I am most persuaded by the one that I find. Most exciting to work in is broadly referred to re conceptualist Curriculum theorizing in the sixties An individual named Schwab. There was a lot of deliberation in cricket. A time about is it a field. Is it a discipline. And what are we doing and Schwab a famous Article where he basically said. The creeks field. The field curriculum is more abundant. We'll have nowhere to go. And we need to kind of re envisioning or reconceptualise ation of the field and so when that happened and people started to take critical. Exploratory approaches to Curriculum theorizing. These started to think about social control social reproduction. Those kinds of things so like Basil Bernstein for instance was working in in from a sociological perspective on curriculum looking at social control bulls in dentists. We're talking about social reproduction. And they're famous article about schooling a capitalist America do obviously was writing about cultural reproduction..
Harvey Weinstein Refused to Pay Kevin Smith Royalties for ‘Clerks’ film
"Well director Kevin Smith says Harvey Weinstein refused to pay him royalty checks for his first film works doubly great if it was a pretty customers I don't bother them and they don't bother me I can do that the people in the video store variety reports Smith revealed that it took once in seven years to pay it back some of those royalties that we was owed even then winds the deployed some sketchy accounting tactics like billing the movies clerks for the costs associated with renting a yacht for the film pulp fiction at the Cannes Film Festival no comment from Weinstein who's currently serving twenty three years in prison for rape and another criminal sex
FBI Warns: Watch Out for Coronavirus Scammers
"Call it nineteen is prompting the FBI to warn of possible scammers Kevin Smith is with the F. B. I.'s Minneapolis office for just asking people to be extra vigilant at when they get emails or texts or some kind of electronic communication regarding Colbert nineteen which may not be any official information Smith says people should double or even triple check any messages sent to them about the covert nineteen pandemic and never share your personal information through email or text
"kevin smith" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Clerks and stuff which at the time seemed so scandalous and they were talking about such real shit sexual stop it now. There's an innocence in a way to them Do you find that you do you revisit. Those ever think like God. There's yes except there's still something in each one of those where it's like still. There's still haven't they're still have this conversation about suck and one's own Dick that that has not hopefully it won't it sweet There's an age old problem that have plagued men and women since the dawn of time and that is smelly feet. When you were shoes? gags ex- solve this problem. GECK's are I think the easiest way I I missed it. I fixed their closest to in product to SOx right there like a type of sock. But that's really selling them sure they're more than that they're kind of like a sock type lining. That goes right into your footwear. But you don't need socks when you have geck's right so they become sort of part of the shoe. You're wearing their non socks socks. Yes you can use that kicks take a few minutes minutes. Put Him in. And you'll happily forget about what is known as swamp foot all summer which also swamp foot is not just around in the summer. No this winter is approaching. Yeah and interest coming. Winter's coming don't rest on your laurels. Everybody because if you wear shoes without socks in the winter guess what you're still going to swap foot and even if so geck's and GECK's prevent that from happening so it it preserves the life of your shoe it. It prevents your loved ones from being disgusted by your foot odor. And it's also here's another. It's convenient. It's not like you slip. Slip them in and out. I've always I always used to like vans. Get Really Lazy You just slip them. Slipping the per minute out. It's the best and they're available for men and women in so many different styles flats heels sneakers loafers so It's kind of a no brainer to avoid swamp mop foot in the summer fall winter spring and he season visit my guess Dot Com. That's M. Y. K. K. S. dot com for twenty percent. Cut Off your first order using the code. Long Shampoo are just never really went into my. I spoke girlfriend who had dated for like twelve years And it's like I've talked in your work. I mean is that in your work in the world can see her in the movies and stop my brothers my first audience the first person that made me think like oh like I wrote something that made him laugh. I control fucking emotion though interesting. Kim was like my I fan. She was incredibly supportive. She like pushed me. Creatively not push me like you better do better but just like you. She was inspiring at a playmate was like. Let's go make ten. Let's go. You wanted to make her laugh. I mean S. What twelve years on and off from The time like from nineteen eighty six. We just passed I would i. I only know this because I fucking us to write it on. Every piece of paper in school Our when we started dating was five twenty five eighty six. We just passed five twenty five so every he's still in touch. Yeah yeah absolutely and never really fond of each other's lives but Married I'm married but it's not like you know always fucking star-crossed like she was there for the building of me and in many ways responsible for who I became. She just never made me. I feel stupid for wanting to be. Yeah Yeah Oh that's huge and so many people you know course like come on you gotTa have a backup. That's are you tired Charles Charge even admit to somebody that I want to do that. I mean that's got you. What do you think you want? Kids like you know like the kids doing high school. She he and I were like two peas in a pod in very similar and stuff like that but I always looked up to her because she knew exactly where she was going in life and a half and she was you on the more traditional plotted these college. She went to Carnegie Mellon and Shit. Like Yeah Super Bright. I I think I can recognize that person in some your movies. I mean she's serving Jerry. Our Up till Elissa Jones is definitely Joey Adams Susan but all the girls in clerks I mean both girls clerks of basically two sides of Kim and and and Moments just something. You haven't talked about that some now because when I started doing podcasts like I was instill him like Married yeah it should be. You know not want to delve into and out of you know respect respect for who you're with but now how big part of my growth process in life in my make moving ship is to get beyond traditional definitions of unlike men chasing amy. There's the scene where they're on the swing set and hold an sitting there going like he's talking about the standard definition Melissa's really like like baffled by low frustrated like spot. Love about new Sachs's about penetration. He's like it's not the standard definition again with the. Yeah that I am holding. Yeah no these things were defined for me and you're open to on her worldview. But you just hadn't been exposed to that very much and it's a movie ideology analogy yeah. My parents sat me down and told sure like. I'm a romantic at heart. Based on like fucking like a movie I love dig movies. Movies calls me. I'm MC movies for a living and movies. Are the best part of us when you when you put him on. Despite because it's only two hours of human being fake human beings five right and in that two hours uh-huh lot fucking done including show entire fucking span of a relationship right up to heavily happily ever after and invest in a human human behavior. When you're done in two hours to get to check in on those characters? The real world lasts a lot longer to fucking right chasing was was revolutionary for me. I had not seen it because in in many respects. It's the traditional Roma and it's very romantic. It's a rom com that like has so organically done and well acted and shot. But it's also Really breaks that mold. Love is not this concrete thing. There's chasing amy was the one that solidified my career The outdoor Mall Rats and Shit like written off and went really totally You know the movie cost five and it made like to write how I would also like make fun of it and shift chasing chasing. Amy Was the one that like brought us back at people like you know all the criticism was like he's back and I felt very yellow. Cool J don't call it a come back. Here's but we get like critically speaking. That movie is very important for my career is important as clerks because has it means I get to stay in the room. The Room mallrats shows me the door. Ironically although it age well but still like if vows shown the door and I stayed out got out and stayed out. That's it all right says a renaissance years later. Don't have one guy and I'm the fucking like me of. Maybe I'm not in film at all anymore. What would you do face game though? That's the one that fucking if it weren't weren't for chasing amy. If you had to leave the game I mean now you think I wanted wanted to own a college tour but now I twenty two years. So it's like there's always that I before film I I always assumed I own a Deli because I know how to make a sandwich Thank God Joey was on board with chasing amy. 'cause that movie is the story of our relationship right and thank God. Joey was like Oh. Do you want to write a movie in which you show yourself for the fucking asshole that you you were fucking like. Couldn't get over the fact that I was more sexual adventures than you and I get to play that part. Go ahead get a while. You know what I'm saying. That movie functions options as one. Ninety minute apology and you were together throughout the the homemaking of the while those emotional pain to get to that bag and stuff and and you know realizing that like Oh my God like the poor girl contend to deal with this. No wonder she was baffled like I'd look at her face. Sometimes I'd it'd be like jealous over something. Give me like. Where does this come from like? I'm what I'm attracted about you as your confidence confidence in yourself but you never had this was was part of it like you had never dated anybody she was beautiful on the fouling profoundly affected may and and still does to this day not in the way of like all right pine over where wonderful friends she's reboot but the way that holden met you know Elissa and and his whole life view was challenged. Not because like hey. She's gave which is like I love this person so I should be in a relationship with because that's the standard definition mission than her frustration with like again with the standard Leah. It's not what they told you it is. It's whatever you want it to be chasing amy the process of let me writing chasing amy. She would say because I would hand her. These pages that like seems would play like versions of conversations or arguments. We a hat and then play quasi policies issues like yeah he. He knew he was wrong. And we're getting good art out of it and I get to play this fucking part art and it probably helped the relationship go longer than it would ever not by virtue of the fact that like all gave her job. You talk about this in your book. Tough Shit is is the book and it's so good but after the experience you had on cop out which was the first movie you made that you didn't write but where are you after that movie. I mean creative web cop out like Out at a weird impasse in my career after legs Mary for some reason that movie was I was convinced was gonna make a hundred billion because everybody told me like knocked up guy in this bucket story rely. There's no as doesn't fucking two hundred million wound up. Doing the standard. Kevin spent thirty million conned broke my brain because it was like. Oh my God. I ruined Seth Rogan. Like those fucking role. Yeah I was susceptible to do something that I wouldn't normally do. Either right and Jeff Robina was running one of us at at the time he loves Mirian stuff and it was like watching him over here and fucking make a movie and I was like okay. And he's like we got this movie called a couple of dicks fucking down for how. Yeah I am and we're putting it together right now. What do you think about Bruce will and I was like? Oh my God bruce. Willis I love fucking Bruce Willis Moonlighting was my fucking spirit. Like all my guy great dialogue. I forgot I thought I'd love it to this day. It's like the back and forth and shed David Mattie and plus like he's a Jersey guy disarm strongest throve. He's great but I mean here's a guy. Let me see if I can work this out. And then he called me the next day it was like what about Tracy Morgan I was like. I'M GONNA love Tracy I worked with the chainsaw. Bob Shaikh back and stuff title chains. While we're amid production they went to the networks and said would you run ads for a movie called a couple of dicks And they were like not before nine o'clock and that was when and people still watch television and marketing was you know look. How else are we supposed to tell people about the so? They told the around two weeks like he has to change his title. uh-huh and We never knew what it was going to be. Some suggestions were so weak sauce and then ultimately wound up with cop-out so what what was it about it that was and experience. You didn't want to recreate. Who would ever want to work with somebody who doesn't WanNa be there right? That's a heartbreaking heartbreaking and finding out that at the top of the Mountain Elton. Nobody gives a shit while you had mentioned this one of your and I. There's a theme that keeps coming up. That I've noticed. Is that one of your impetus for wanting to do this at all was seeing your dad. Laugh at the outtakes for cannonball run and I was. I had to run to the bathroom so I can outsmart well weighted tied together absolutely right moviemaking being should be fun. The joy of it first and foremost like I you know. I know some people Christopher Nolan. I'm sure it'd be like hey man it's about the art and model and God bless him. That's why makes movies. He makes these very successful. But for me the only reason to pursue this is because we're getting away with murder by having fun as adult totally. We did as children. They get money in the moment. They figure it out where there'd be a good thing going. Yeah we robbed a bank. That's why I love so I'll I'll watch out takes you know if I can't sleep or from having a bad day I'll I'll take some like stepbrothers or absolute joy you sit there like a watching people crack each other up up and that's how you know like you know how fucking funny you have to be to make. Will Farrell Laugh. Her just long laugh. which were set Rogan break character is still still remembered that now? I don't want to Belabor attack Mary point but like I still remember to do that. Goto south and it was a join the moment on neutral. Him break-up where he's like where he he was man I'd love as in the C- I lived for two. He's like well have you. Because you're not at my demographic Emma Graphic user. What's your demographic and you like? Do you like pussy goes. Yeah not you go okay. Well the removing Dade in character As much as you could but when he broke it was messy break. You could see on Youtube but you can find it if you do like Justin Long. Seth Rogan exactly. Marie outtakes So you do you have this experience on cop out which is the opposite of what you're soaking up when you watch outtakes right. It's like you know it's to avert what's it be fair any day. The number one wasn't there. Yeah was pure joy like every 'cause I was making a movie moving on forget the American side. We were talking about beat up but I was also made Tracy. Morgan was legit one of the funniest human beings. Yeah so and generous right incredibly generous. You talk about man who has gone through a harsh bout with his diabetes and was physically debilitating.
"kevin smith" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"You started smoking. Because you're now known as one of the more famous pot smokers to be fair. I was famous. Famous for pot-smoking. Yes because my character so from nineteen ninety four hour I get tagged as astonishing true and sound Bob and I was to learn smoking weed until two two thousand eight but so the what was the early obsession with Y. You must have been around a lot of people smoke pot in now. JAG Just Jay. When Jay was the kid for a minute he smoked weed? When I left for film school he was straight edge? When I came back from film school he'd had gone to? We'd he'd gone to booze booze and we so suddenly he was in that world so he i. I took the character of J. from Jay but standing outside the convenience store and dealing that just came from the local kids and Leonard Okay who just hung out in front of the bellies and sold we but some of them didn't even so we'd just hung out inside outside the store which always baffled pulled my fucking mind. Why why the fuck anywhere you can hang out in the world? Yeah convenience would you hang out in front of the Comedians to like your and we or so public if your parents show to town with hang up I'm gonNA give you so far anyone can see user. You can't really get up to no good because there's not if you don't have it doesn't seem like you have a fondness for that aspect of their personality. Felt like the mall where it's a cycle. There's a bunch of things you're literally just leaning on the wall. It always fascinating well. I guess it's a place it's a public place for kids to go and when you don't want you in you can go in and get like Kind of contraband cigarettes there and you get pornography magazine. You know like that was back when A point like a playboy was was over those Africa. I would think about it. You got these. I mean I'm not saying these poor kids but like kids today You know know how I mean. It's sincere accessible is not like there's no Mr Now you go online and watch right up close anal sex. When we were kids we were like you know? How could you imagine? If you've gotTA hand Jobe Way to March and now you you can literally go online and watch land crazy most insanely up close and personal sex acts on the planet and they're completely fucking normalized used for generation. But yeah like oh well. I'm watching this what you know. If you can see it you could be it. But that's why you look back. You know if your kid now. Like what a high the expectation out I can imagine I was grateful for somebody to fucking kiss me. It seems now. Yeah kids today. If they the engaged in any sort of physical relationship expect the menu do expect to do expect tied. I can't imagine that's crazy. It makes it makes a lot of those early movies even like clerks and stuff which at the time seemed so scandalous and they were talking about such real shit sexual stop it now. There's an innocence in a way to them Do you find that you do you revisit. Those ever think like God. There's yes except there's still something in each one of those where it's like still. There's still haven't they're still have.
"kevin smith" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Manage clerk? I mean Jesus so you know it's clear I don't go out there and force my politics exempt people. I'm I'm fucking sit around talk about presents like that because if you see my this is the one area my life like you know most people like David set your makes a movie and then Dave Venture don't go out and do like nineteen podcasts and lime you were an always come out after the let me tell you what happened has gotten to fight He lets the work. Speak Week for itself right me on the other guy who's like ooh. Let me tell you how that happened bottled up but when it comes to to my politics that's where I let the work speak for for itself so interesting just like look. You've seen the meows right. You've listened to the broadcast clearly and you have a perspective. Yeah and I don't force it down. People's throats gone whoever. Don't think my way in idiot but like you don't know what's going to trigger some talk in that photo for as many people that were like fucking doc in. Yeah Yeah there were. I would say a quarter of that where people were angered by will and social media allows you to to just go with those swims. It allows you to just be taken by those fits of outrage or jealousy or whatever it is because you can just with the click of a button ends or a couple buttons. You can tell somebody that they suck or that you don't like them or you can just stop following somebody you can you can. Disengage with the click of a button. You know what it is. I think instead of honking at through it's not only just as I was GONNA say this generation but I don't think he's generations this modern world. Yeah you make things So tailor-made the direct consumer is all about. We gotta get them where they live. So let's create something where we can they can just order something convenience somebody uh-huh somebody will drop it off to them They don't WanNa leave their house. They want isolate June. They WANNA be able to drive but not try but they don't WanNa take a cab because I don't know fucking who wants to call a cab but they will use an APP to like get somebody who's not a licensed driver to come pick them up like technology is kind of and this is not a complaint not like this is not me pointing something out and saying this. This is broken needs to be fixed but my observation is technology is completely infantilized us to the point and the modern world not just technology to the the point where we have these incredible expectations of what is in an how life is supposed to bait. That's why have like you know petition with over a million signatures signatures whatever the fuck of a bunch of people telling. Hbo You have to reduce season. Eight of game of thrones because we didn't like it. Oh my God I mean think about it like this is the culture of like like if you don't like it we'll change it. They put a trailer for fucking a sonic. The hedgehog movie and people are so outraged by the character of the CGI characters mouth that the filmmaker has since apologized. Taken the movie down and said that they're going to Delay the movie until twenty twenty in order to fix really what everybody everybody doesn't know and now I'm not saying that's wrong. I'm not saying this out saying. Can you believe this fucking where we are but I get how it happened. You got a bunch of people sonic cost in a godly amount of money. And whoever's Megan Sonic is like well the people who were.
"kevin smith" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I dropped my line and asked him if he'd be upper coming into our studio popping his empire podcast cherry, he said, yes. And so what you're about to hear is the joyous result has been Travis. Nice sat down with Kevin to talk about well, all sorts, or more accurately be talked at about all sorts because if you're here, then you'll probably know the Kevin Smith is a talker. And had he not had run offer a plane back to LA. This would have been a much much longer special. But Ben, and I had a lot of fun and even managed to get a word every now and again we hope you guys enjoy as well. We talk about his life, as a podcast about his attitude towards his films and career analogies. Has some extra perspective. We talked about Jan bulb reboot. Of course, we talk about the Chris Hemsworth, cameo insane. We talk about the STAN Lee cameo in captain marvel and how Kevin helped make that possible. And of course, we talk about his heart attack. We also about fifteen minutes from the end turn it into a mini offenders and game. Spoiler special. So if you still haven't seen the second biggest movie of all time info, correct time of recording. Then perhaps skip that couple of minutes. Right. That's enough for me. You're here to this Kevin Smith. So here he is enjoy, we're delighted to be joined the apple podcast by a man who is director, a writer, an actor knows his way around podcast to podcast. I was waiting for that one. I was like this. The only reason I get to be good at that. That's That's a a fucking fucking penny. pinnacle year career isn't a cable really is, actually, there's kind of second act in many ways, like when film dried up for a minute, like in, you know, to be fair dried up, right? I was like, I'm done. I'm retiring, and shit podcasts kind of fueled me, not just like spiritually because it was very you know, like all this is kind of punk rock easy, like you could just come up with a name for your band, and you don't really need to know for cords, and you sit down with friends and like just pretend because you've seen people do your whole life, and like oh, now we're doing it and shit like it's same way that, like, you know, two kids from joy division discovered that they would be new order fucking that music was part of their lives like our good at this. And, like that's kind of what, what we did it wasn't like this'll be the plan. It was just kind of, like, oh, that, that happened. Oh, it worked and all this kept working. And then I got to a point where I was like I don't want to do anymore. And podcasting took on. On that same electric vibe that film had had for may words like you mean anybody can do this like anybody could just look. Nobody's gonna stop us. So podcasting was even easier because required like no means whatsoever. And because of all the laserdisc commentary tracks I was ready. I was ready to chat. So, yeah, I it was beautiful, and then ironically, like, podcasting than fueled like a stage of the movies with tusk and yoghourts. And then the forthcoming Meuse chose and honestly now I feel like I'm getting to a place in my career where it's like my of Aleutian or or or line of from here to there starts with phantom. And I really feel in my heart heart's it ends and phantom as well. I don't think I go out directing a movie. I not I'm not like doing that. I'm gonna retire thing I just think that like making movies is less of a priority to me. Then the convenience and ease and wander of sitting down and talking to somebody, you know what I'm saying like an I understand like now podcast game is fucking outed men. Everybody's saw billboard for.
Good news coming for Marvel fans
"Good news for marvel fans. USA radio's Rick Vincent with the story. No more mister nice dunk. Let the female creature goal. Shredding service who is teaming up with marble to make several animated series based on characters from the marvel universe. Since the deal was just signed. There's no estimate of women series will be streaming the four shepherd animated series, you're based on comic book characters like Howard. The duck director Kevin Smith is one of those who signed deals with the screaming service to help reduce the cartoons. Smith will work on the Howard the duck series other shows revolve around 'em OD. Okay. Villain with enormous. Head hit monkey about a Japanese snow monkey turned assassin at Tigra Dassler superheroes who work in Los Angeles who senior vice president Krieger, which said Monday that animation is a particular favourite for its users
‘Howard the Duck’ Among Four Marvel Animated Shows Ordered at Hulu
"Service Hulu is doing a team up with marvel to make several animated series based on characters from the marvel. Universe director, Kevin Smith and comedians. Chelsea handler and patent Oswald signed deals with Hulu to help produce the cartoons. Kevin Smith will work on the Howard the duck series. Some of the other shows revolve around hit monkey Japanese snow monkey turned assassin Tigra and Dassler to female superheroes with very different power sets who work out of Los Angeles and mo- doc a giant villainous head with tiny limbs. I'm
Hulu, Marvel and Kevin Smith team up for 'Howard the Duck' series
"Streaming service, Hulu is teaming up with marvel to make several animated series based on characters from the marvel universe. Since the deal was just signed. There's no estimate on win that series. We'll be streaming the four separate animated series are based on comic book characters like Howard, the duck director Kevin Smith is one of those who signed deals with the streaming service to help produce the cartoons. He'll be working on that. Howard deduct series
"kevin smith" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Don't do it on Reddit today. Viral thing this guy who is the white supremacist. Finding out. Oh sub-saharan. Oil and water don't mix we'll black and white people get married. So that's still back. I should kill them. Right. That that's straight up Clayton Bixby so committed to the cause and kill them. So so thank you to Kevin Smith apologies to Kevin Smith for me kind of rushing him at the end of that Stanley interview. We wanted to do a video with him and then lights camera barstool had him right afterwards. When you come through the car wash. Everybody gets, you know, twenty minutes, and I definitely wanted to get Kevin Smith's thoughts on Stanley. But I realized with about like six minutes to spare. I brought up the most important person in his professional life. So I don't think he was going to just be brief about it. So I kind of was like all right, man. Thank you for coming through. And we appreciate that. We gotta go. But I would've sat there and listened to him talk about Stanley and comic. Hours. But I didn't wanna cut into listen. I knew that Bob. Fox's waiting and Bob FOX, you know, he literally had a panic attack before he sat down with Kevin because he was so excited. So I was not trying to take up any his time. But yeah, it's ox when I do it to our podcast for that guy. Twenty minutes, you know. So I was not rushing him out of not a dickhead. But by the way, Brendan Brennan pitched Kevin Smith after after the recorded on his captain marvel My has mother has ten. been annoyingly to it. He's been nursing out the idea he was like knowingly nerdy. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean every single time I see some captain marvel Mike. I bet my idiot brothers over there saying she's a bad guy. Check the Twitter feed. Guess what there? It is. I I don't I don't I love the theory. It's just it's just not going to happen. That's the lamest like retort like, oh, we'll because of politics people are going to say, it's so boring. I don't think that it's politics. I just don't think the movie is going to have her be a bad guy. You're asking me is a bad guy in in the comic books, and you're like, oh is the regional captain marvelous the girl, captain marvel isn't. But the original story line is that he's asleep or sell interesting. And that's like, basically what you laws character is going to be. So I don't think it's the craziest thing to move quick. Choose lar-. I thought it was the girl. What's going on? Yeah. Captain marvel is the girl, right? There was a guy named captain marvel was probably going to be Jude law's character. And that guy was a was a shape shifting bad guy. I just think that they the ban is the bad guy. So of cat, the marvel shows up, and she's just like aunt Banos aside. Then what would it be funny? If the movie was actually fifteen minutes long, and it was just like, yeah. There's another bad guy. And she definitely kills everybody. And they went world fucker up. Yeah. We'll Kevin Smith said he had heard the theory that she just gets snapped at the end of this movie at the end of captain marvel which like an end. So we don't even know what the so it's like she doesn't matter because he's dead to all right? Probably also isn't going to happen. And then our new theory that can Jack, and I came up with his maybe at the end of this movie. She starts to get dusted. Yeah. But she like powers through it. And like she just like grits her teeth, and like she can overcome this. That's probably more likely than harping back. I honestly, I think was probably more likely is that she just shows up and she's a good guy. Right. Unfortunately, there's a there's a high probability of that. It's not like I'm like they're trying to. Theory. She's she's a Ken Fokker, some she treat Fokker some shit. What we should create cre- cre- in in this thing. She ate that means says you're cre- like a race. Yeah. His the Cree in the scrolls. I check out at some point. Eventually like, I can't. Well, what did you answer Ken, Jack when he said, what's your favorite kind of in Finnish war? Yeah. I was going to. And then I remembered my first true love superman for that's nuclear man..
"kevin smith" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Nerd buff, heart attack survivor, the Widowmaker survivor. My man suffered something called the Widowmaker. Guess what? His wife ain't a widow. She's still got a husband his name's Kevin Smith jersey guy, who's gone Hollywood. But kept his kept it real kept it east coast guy. I always attracted the people who are not like me. Yeah. Which is a different Pandora's box. But I always think I'm kinda yelling puck my hands. And I think that's so like peaceful. Calm serene. Bright bill. Back in like someone paying attention to you by doing that. That's the way. I I grew up in a house of salesmen, and lawyers. I always have to. Yeah. You're gonna make it loud. And I feel like sometimes loud is is is covering up for not funny like feel something's like now. But I and I. As a safety blanket at least laugh Joe Kevin Smith just sat here in his joints blazer. And he was just like. Yeah. Man. He tells it was like not Oh, like. not like surfer because he's like an east coast guy, but a little bit stone and just kind of like, dude like Stanley. He was a cool, man. You know? Commander at ten. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it helps when you have like when you use have cult classic after cult classic after classic. That's almost. You know? It's like, yeah. You want the blockbuster type shit even says Clarkston make that much money. But there's something to be said for like every time I make a movie the true movie buffs in the really interesting fans of the world all of them. There's some there's some clout in there. I'm sure he would probably just prefer more money, if you're Stanley's friend, you definitely. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So we got you got a lot of cool insight on Stanley. We talk a little bit about Jay who was on the show not too long ago. And we learn about eating potatoes and staying alive, which was an interesting thing that does put 'tatoes sound or something. I thought about what Harvard just said we can only have six. Yeah. I I thought about it was like, mashed potatoes with butter and sour cream and trying and tell you this will make a lot more sense. When you listen to Kevin Smith. So let's get into it. Kevin Smith, caves radio crossover. It's brought to you by stitch.
Stanley, Kirby And Chris Evans discussed on Lee Mathews
"Never be another Stanley for decades he provided both young and old with adventure, escape comfort, confidence inspiration, strength, friendship, and joy. Chris Evans, does not go on to say and a dandy paycheck for me. But, but that's but I think implied. He goes on to say he excluded. He exuded love and kindness, and we'll leave an incredible Mark on. So so so many lives Excelsior Evangeline, Lilly rights, STAN more than a master of stories. You also seemed like a master of living. I will look to you for inspiration for the rest of my life. You live on Xs and os from your wasp, Jimmy Kimmel rights at age seven. I drew a weird portrait of Stanley. And he includes a picture of the portrait in his Twitter post and goes on to say, I asked my mom to send it to him. Thankfully, she didn't because thirty plus years later, I got to give it to the great one in person. Thanks for all the funds Stam and hashtag Excelsior. Kevin. Smith says farewell, my friend. You're not only responsible for the boy, I was. But also the man I am today. And I will miss you all my days, and I know a lot of people feel. That way as well. You gotta think of it as one of your favorite if you're not a comic book. Geek, you've got to think of it. As one of your favorite authors has died or one of your favorite actors has died, especially when they've created so many great characters. That's what he was. He was authored, and he was a crater and the story guy who's producer as you know, in Hollywood. If he was in Hollywood, that's what he would have been a writer director producer everybody was in comics. So he was helping the guys, you know, shape stuff and come up with the name. He came up with the name Spiderman. Handed off to dicicco and Kirby. And then of course, they ran with it. And actually, drew everything. Yeah. But he came up with the concept and probably consultant on some of the plots. Exactly what he did. Yeah. Yeah. In the various obits. They've talked about over the years about, you know, who did what went in home, and we're talking about life in the fifties and sixties in New York City, and those buildings sure ideas flying all over the rooms. And who knows what came up with what you know. So when they had a bunch of baby boomers who didn't have a lot of limits. So they were just going to. They didn't have anything holding them back. Exactly. And that's Mike antelope canon, my producer, can you tell he's a comic con freak and do you have a collection of your own? That's I was more of a DC guy. But I did have three great marvel comics I had a Spiderman with. The in humans was trying to remember their name with the hint, humans that was Medusa the woman who had red hair that would make like an octopus, snakes, I had one with her and the cover ended up being the key scene and Spiderman two with Tobey Maguire when he stopped the train. The in the comic he was stopping the Coney Island roller coaster from. Okay. So that corporation the film that was cool to see that say a fantastic four. I was big fan of majestic four back in the seventies. I was a huge fan of them. Well, that is another one of the creations. So, and that's why he touched so many people, and there was a big fan of the X men are cartoon series in the nineties that ran pretty much back with the Batman nine. There's that excellent cartoon series Stanley was really proud of because they great job with the characters. Eight Portland thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. You may have heard over the weekend Oklahoma school SU well, it was it was a cash in school. They're FFA barn. Caught fire. And when I first heard it, I thought, Ooh, I hope it wasn't because some sort of heating element got too close to some. Hey, but as it turns out, the cash in school superintendent Sammy Jackson said Monday that after they announced that their barn had burned and that they had lost several show animals students have received
This Week in Sports History
"In one thousand nine hundred fifty seven the Brooklyn Dodgers announced their move to Los Angeles, Los Angeles agreed to build the team a new stadium something that Brooklyn wouldn't agree to the dodgers played their first four seasons. At the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before opening Dodger Stadium on April tenth nineteen sixty two. And this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine Herschel Walker is traded from the Dallas Cowboys to the Minnesota Vikings for five players and six draft picks. This is regarded as the best trade in NFL history. Well for the Cowboys Walker had no success in Minnesota while the Cowboys built their team up with players like Emmett Smith Russell Maryland Kevin Smith and Darren Woodson that's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Get ready to binge. It's new to view streaming edition new to Netflix this week. Check out some new stand up from Moammar or the new cooking series called salt fat acid heat for the kids. You've got new seasons of Sofia the first boss baby back in business and Octo nuts.
Kevin Smith recalls his experience having a heart attack
Kevin Smith Celebrates 51-Pound Weight Loss Milestone In New Pic 6 Months After Heart Attack
"And we have that courtesy of. A coming soon video that was aired during sharp objects that show had its series finale last night and all were really getting is, a little bit of footage of John snow and Sansa stark reuniting hugging it out but we won't be able to see. Any, of that until. Game of thrones returns to HBO Oh
Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer will score 'Wonder Woman 1984'
"Let's move on to our next topic in this news discussion, and that is wonder, woman nineteen Eighty-four has gotten has announced their composer Brad tells us about it. Yeah, it's a pretty exciting. I think, upgrade in my opinion the the original score or wonder, woman was was pretty solid. I, you know, I, I enjoy the theme, but that came from the Batman versus superman ejection of wonder woman, but Rupert grace. Williams still did a pretty good job making a solid score for it. But for wonder, woman is eighty four. We're getting Hans Zimmer who is probably best known for providing the score for all the Christopher Nolan, Batman movies, and having him on board is definitely, I think going to make this movie even more epic than the first one Hans emerges has away with his orchestral arrangements that has really brought a lot of life to DC movies, and he's just he's really just one of the best, you know, composers out there like Hans Emmers among the household names that you hear when people know people who have scored movies among ended likes of John Williams and things like. That. So, yeah. Hear what he does. His score for the dark Knight, I think is still one of my favorites of all time. So if he could, if he could bring even a tenth of that to wonder woman, I would be happy each day. How do you feel about this new year? Big wonder, woman fan I make fed. I I remember Hans Zimmer was the one who composed wonderman. I sort of issue with you introduction theme and they reuse that for wonder woman. And I've maybe they'll kind of re imagine it for wonder, woman nineteen Eighty-four, which I'm very excited for perhaps a few more electric. Guitars. Ooh, I'm excited for him to sort of tap into maybe the cynth- of eighties music and see if he plays without a little bit. Oh, I didn't even think about that. That'd be. That'd be fantastic. I am so excited.
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Sequel in Works With Jon M. Chu to Direct
"Morning and we have sixty seven degrees. Clouds around some light showers as. Well that's the story, for early today then later on sunshine returning a pleasant day with. Lower humidity, highs in the upper seventies. Good, morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories, now a, retired music teacher in. Auburn faces child rape and assault charges Stephen, Jasdaq will. Be arraigned today in Worcester superior court police are searching for two burglars who. Stabbed a homeowner in Pelham, New Hampshire the victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and the US and China have increased tariffs on billions of dollars of each other's goods and new esscalation. Of the battle. Over, Beijing's
IS releases new audio, purportedly of its leader al-Baghdadi
"Cohen pleaded guilty Tuesday to, eight charges including campaign finance violations that he said he carried out in coordination with Trump the manager of a dairy farm says the man charged with kidnapping and killing an Iowa. College student Molly Tibbets was a good employee who worked there for years under a, fake name Dane Lang. Of era farm said that Krisztian Rivera presented an out of state government, issued, photo
Branson Missouri, Mike Parsons and Warner Brothers discussed on Let's Talk Pets
"Council hundreds of people. Gathered last night in Branson Missouri for another candlelight vigil. For the victims of a duck boat tragedy, more than half of the, seventeen people killed were members of. The same, Indiana family Missouri governor Mike Parsons visited to surviving, relatives in the hospital there's not a lot. You can say when something this tragedy happened just, your hearts have to go out your prayers go out to the Fibers plus the families of the duck boat capsized Thursday night during a sudden storm a big cleanup is underway in, Iowa after tornadoes. Ravaged the state two days ago another big day on tap at comic con in. Southern California where superhero, fans will get a. Glimpse of, what's next for wonder woman and aquaman, day three of Comecon fans will get in line and wait for hours to be the first to see the trailer for Warner Brothers. Aquaman starring Jason momoa which the actor teased on social media with the video showing. Himself shirtless high atop cliff jumps also word, of a teaser for wonder. Woman nineteen Eighty-four our favorite naughty superhero dead drops into hall h. were an hour of dirty jokes if you miss me lots, of red spandex and finally after nearly dying of a heart. Attack Kevin Smith is back and closes the big hall talking about. Helming supergirl and flash his new show Hollywood lead..
"kevin smith" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Talk come the american museum natural history right here in new york city we're tracing the expansion of the kika verse featuring my interview with geek culture superstar kevin smith i asked him about the mecca for comic book and pop culture fans known as come con check it out not more than a couple of decades ago comecon conventions what is if you people would kind of nerdy if you're lucky kind of nerdy maybe get one celebrity person and that was it now they're hundreds of thousands of people in multiple cities so who are these people that are being touched by this culture i think what's happening is most people who grew up with this stuff are now looking closer to the end than the beginning you know what i'm saying like when you use the conundrum when your kid you can't wait to be an adult when you're like pan it was so much easier back then but i think it comes down to nearest i could figure unscientific is the older one gets more one wants to be close to the best time of their life longing for times of simplicity totally and sometimes like you know there is no we look you tell me you're the astro physicist there is no time travel that we know of yet anytime soon really damning but closest thing we get is driving and somebody plays a song like oh man like takes you right back to that moment i think that works the same for everybody so when you're forty year old parents and you got kids and somebody's like hey you wanna go see the were movie you'll like thor when i was a kid you kidding me they're making these movies that could be why i just learned that in san diego during comecon crime rate drops in the city really that the comecon audience the comic con community is the most peace loving community that ever descends on a city for any reason at all all other conventions rowdy thing the cops have to check the bars at two o'clock my lord you're right and so why would it be peaceful unless in fact people are channelling trough and also their channel putting spit balling they're awesome that's there also channeling of morality you know what i'm saying like if you're reading comic books do you read about good people versus bad be well defined good and evil good usually proven that hey it's better to be good sometimes we bad looks fun but being good is the right path if these people are fundamentally fans of crimefighters costumes you've got to imagine there are probably peace loving people in real life to some degree or if they're not some other superhero costume person is to take you out 'cause play them down to the ground you're making us look bad shut up really peace loving people or is it that nerd fights are just awful pfizer arsenault have you like are good fight oh see never known as in do have you guys been to accom of so yeah if you but not as a thing i mean i just i can't even you probably have to put on a mask yeah but phil i'm imagined neil comecon our god is here so interesting is they to that point they will value people who are content creators no less than the movie stars that descend from hollywood to attend and that tells you that they really thinking about the content right would not just the celebrity thing that's going on they wanna know the content creators the writers the producers the original comic book illustrators you know who the real god is it's the the guy was one hundred thousand years old and still alive stanley annely stanley yes that is true well you know and when he walks there's a there's a glow halo around him yeah he walked through there isn't idealism in the comic con that's the point kathy lee was making coming up next director kevin smith reveals what superpower he'd want to have when star talk returns.
"kevin smith" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"From the american team of natural history featuring my interview with filmmaker and geek eero qiqu fate kevin smith and i asked him about the rise of comic book fandom in pop culture today especially among adults check it out when did it become ok for grownups to like comics i remember that'd be the recent past i would say it's got to be the last marvez ation of of our culture starting with iron man like when i love this stuff as a kid it was easy when you went to high school i want i wanna meet girls i'm not gonna read this book stuff nobody else does it was one guy my class james byrne who did and i respected the hell out of that man he would sit there and draw and it'd be like your joined the falcon like he would draw deep cuts characters for marvel now to check as later there's a cultural shift where the things that most people like us that's for garage bands i mean garage bands break big and like comics were just to garage band that broke very big and in this into this very natural world that everybody's familiar with come these unnatural creatures built out of science in the marvel case like the dc case he got sorrow builds their characters crypt on explodes superman loses everybody ever knows and then comes with superman that man loses parents and that's what makes the orphan motif the motif recurring but marvel is all about you know the age of the atom like win science started capturing people's imagination they didn't know enough about it they split an atom and you could sell somebody in the suburbs science you could tell someone in the suburbs like they split the atom big they don't even know what it meant but but you know that sound science and so the folks marva were like let's build our stories around that so this kid he gets bitten by a radioactive spider in these radio activity these another cats are up in space and they go through you know negative zone of some sort and get battered by cosmic rays this guy they become a fantastic for this guy here gamma rays turn him into the whole cap'n america it isn't even like i've done it through wholesome training give them a needle super serum so marvel's characters all based in in science and right at the time when people were waking to it and the i think the post war war but but these cats when they were building this world they weren't thinking of building a world now that has become a world like the phantoms weird the science if you will phantom turn something disposable into something in disposable just by their passion for superheroes the bedrock of pop culture today yes thanks to super fans like kevin smith but charles i wanna ask shouldn't we also think science forgiving comic book writers such which material to work with well that's an easy one of course but remember that everything inspires everything else right scientists are inspired by fiction and fiction writers are inspired by science and it's been a give and take for a long time remember that superman batman have been around for almost eighty years now right so it's not that they suddenly appeared right now we have this proliferation of this media but it's a long time coming so we share ladder alternating rooms absolute that's beautiful yeah but here's the thing it's the good stuff in science that causes the inspiration you know what i mean so gamma rays give us the hulk and then we have particle accelerators and you know that might be the flash you know but what about the stuff that isn't sexy like for instance that nobody would write a story write a story about okay life for instance you know all these developments microbiome everyone of us now we know we have microbiome yes right i touch you your by on becomes a part of my own and vice versa right i give you about tibial.
"kevin smith" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Comical store yeah so even though kevin smith is a huge pop culture fan and science fiction fan he remains science curiosity challenged yeah yeah i have evidence of that let's check it out you're talking to a man who at age forty six is still not quite sure how the waterworks when i turn on spigot so i got one of the universe i got one for you ready the refrigerator light that would i guess do little button to push his off your sound the button now we're my science begins takes curiosity the faucet like it's not plugged into anything and like so wait this is just waiting at all times like isn't this a ticking time bomb waiting to go off i i'm not smart enough i've smart about one thing things that don't exist comic books movies tv i wasn't even smart about is just like that that's where invested on my time not even in sports another unreal thing i invested my life early life in cartoons and comics and movies and tv and fun things and scifi and so it just worked out i don't know what i'd be doing right now the world didn't fall the way it did but it just worked out that right now people are interested in those things culturally it's no longer pop culture does the culture and because i was raised in an i'm well versed in it suddenly there's this weird you know the universal lines as you know and sometimes some moments and it is given me a path that's like so i could literally just a fan of things for a living this is a job and so that's that's kind of what i i you know i love megan films and stuff but really as only one half of my crew the rest of it is just spent mostly celebrating things that i enjoy largely of course a lot of it's centered around the unreal scifi so that's where my si and with a fi you've made a brilliant career out of the cy well i've used people such as yourself communities that you represent but and explored ways to attach real science to it and i have found that if you if you identify a fan base but has rabid interest in thing and i find a way to attach something real to it oh my god give me give me all of that that you can so trials do you do some of that i do this is fun stuff and and when you when when the ball rolls down a hill and doesn't stop that's right i must dispute kevin when he says that he's not scientific curious he is just in his own way for show is pretty clear that he doesn't think that he is anytime you say even me at forty six years old how does it work i chalk do you not speaking we're absolutely there's water pressure okay let's make this really interesting okay i know that charles actually loves comic books yes i didn't i want a really intense level can you explain to kevin smith how speak it works but in a comic book story it's already been done in the marvel universe why would anyone do that exactly i never heard of spigot man no i'm speaking man i'm here representing the waterworks actually in the monitoring on the water and bigger band comes out oh my gosh that is that's scary enough that in the marvel universe there was a villain in the olden days called hydro man i drew turned himself into water at will and would attack like spiderman so forth by turning liquids so as punches would be ineffective and the swarm all over him he would attack secretly by going through the water pipes and so forth and the moment you turn on the water he would pop out and start kicking your butt so this is real this is real man this shit universe that's amazing so we're trying to speak it and only half of them comes out you quickly turn it off you cut them in half that's right okay that's right but then the one arm comes in turns the spigot and then the other half comes out terminator two liquid metal then we assemble into shape say say rice mhm hide smart uhhuh excellent so kevin smith we know his curious but why isn't he more scientifically curious let's find out you're an astra for his so let me ask you this why aren't i'm more curious about science like why did never hook me why you know it's there's more interesting stuff going on in.
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"kevin smith" Discussed on Z100
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Drake stages an unexpected 'Degrassi' reunion in his 'I'm Upset' video, and fans are loving it
"Doesn't mean i'm not going to have one oh drake has a new video outage for his latest single i'm upset and if you were a fan of where he got his start which is degraded junior high next generation you're gonna love this video because he has twenty of the actors from degrassi next generation in the video so that's kind of a little it's a reunion of sorts yeah and people who remember him on that show really excited about this video not really listening to the song itself just seen who you can recognize in the cast okay let's see here on tv this weekend honestly let's see we've got the hundred thousand dollar pyramid on abc on sunday the st kitts anthony anderson versus jenifer lewis kevin smith and joy behar what soccer every place else yeah yeah yeah it's the world cup basically okay.
Daniel Clark, Jay and Bob discussed on Z Morning Zoo
"Morning zoo presents celebrity dirt so i used to watch american horror story religiously watch every episode of the first five seasons and if i had to pick my two favorites would be murder house in covent low murder house was the very first season was career force which whatever it's hurt get really weird like roanoke and cult those were just they were just really weird yeah just trying to hide while i'm guessing producers finally realized that it was starting to get so seki so now they're doing a crossover season this upcoming season between a murder house and then really really looking forward to this sort of like it then you hate it you might love it again so i'm definitely going to give this one tribe drake's new video or i'm upset is a massive degrassi high school reunion now remember that was the show he was on the canadian team and he got tons of former co stars to appear in the video it came together in about a week they got a bunch of people in it even no kevin smith jason mewes there jay and silent bob characters did some episodes in two thousand five but one former co star who didn't make the cut was daniel clark and he was a little sad music video and so i was like in a state of shock i was like whoa a lot of people knew about it it was just really strange that i never heard from anyone can get the phone get the phone call how'd you suck on that show or what did you do to drake as cold everybody know when you mentioned jay and silent bob they were only mean a couple episodes make this guy was in the whole show and they didn't call him was he the guy who shot jimmy jerry wheelchair yeah you would think nah yeah something had to have happened hoops coming up in the next after twenty six seasons and four thousand episodes one of your favorite shows is ending dirty looks never seen you adjust it's special occasion not in glad i made it john big time again wait.
"kevin smith" Discussed on Channel 955
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"kevin smith" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"Looking for an email that comes from one person and what i'd found is that the emails that come from one person are definitely are definitely i call him label maker subject lines you know that there's it's it's an interesting thing that when you're communicating with one person you're not trying to use the subject line as a headline you know you know i was just looking through this one thing that so the last email in my inbox from this morning is the subject line is our e kevin smith and this is with kevin smith's agent who i've been having a conversation with but this was in you know this the email that comes back is you know exactly what's in side of it you know and as opposed to the emails that come from all the marketers you know right above and below all those although z mail so if you think about the the subject line being i call him charged neutral like it's not trying to hype it or not trying to like make it sexy or or added anything to it it's just the neutral word words you know we we bring our own tone to stuff you know yeah do you think that there's a place for those like sexy hype be that sexy hype copy or do you think that the best way to approach it now with all of the new ways of the hype he stuff is to go the opposite way just make things charge neutral down when it comes to sports and moving is that when you see the difference when you see how.
"kevin smith" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"No no moves right grandma sarkin artis that it did you think you promise and dan man jame man fell apart at one point we were neck and neck and neck are you caught up in secret to have free in the chamber you try to try to get it course said yeah i think lewis is a big categories helms say so again to de too unlike sea threepeat when you're blanking i'm banking them but also actually put acid noticed that when i was punking user banking are picked up on it by the goal should i said i got a store only possible beat him in after this as we strengthen family history smith kevin smith donald's more watson your clock names of my dogs thank you so much for coming on gad tudor now we can't play another game yeah we can i was let me get in on this i going to say exactly what is what is the categories knack unification reform e n kevin a race it makes guys are all it hard based on the like knowledge of the person well i had to like fucking strong muscles man like fucking comics and strong but i'm telling you i i that is one of those things is that dude i have some those muscles are pretty taught unmee of thought ottey legit armageddon i i'm not i'm not i'm a tourist than on your guy no i mean anybody that was ever like off alkin kid from home alone no no should know she here here here's a good highest common i could buy somebody you some people i've met some people who were part of pop culture and they stopped paying attention to pop culture bruce willis was one of those cast iron syria that cat and matti will test to it became apart pop culture and stop paying attention to pop culture so all of his cultural references stop right when he picked i heard pretty mild yet so like connie chung in maury povich for his go to pull names were now occurring affairs amazon i we i would make that joke in like ironic in an era shishir yoda and not in a kind of like hey star wars is back to his lin.
"kevin smith" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"At that point you out just me he said you only have to hear kids so out really five is worse than me then yoga hoses we'll take care is here you never have gone out for just moral arc of the universe is very long and it ben is toward justice and one day sit there and be like you know one fucking hughes lost it when he started making movies for his kid will one day when he was me lose kevin smith who is yes like you know my fog in as a fan like ill he may kids movies were the movies it probably made in the richest of anything he did the most popular front no one of graduated to something better while losing a piece of myself as lost at all the garth or an arthur too you beat me to that reverend i want to i was i was saving that with the law but the argentine can i ask because of art fan where do you stand on earth to on the rocks non cool your who a not in unscarred subscribe exactly that's life talk about around think about how the it was it was does watching it two nights ago where i was with him at a sequel because i think i just like was traumatized your girlfriend jo i just didn't watch it again the did washable i just blocked in amendment you know how sometimes you like every episode.
"kevin smith" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"Two the applying to be gagged sigma through the dawn the brand new tool die and kill me in the packed in town uh you know i'm gonna cut it out and every episode of course were deafening you it could only be bunny years i matt cohen joined by the guy who you're really earlier which eminence hour are we going flood devin solid going full devon zeller now all right i'm gonna go with i'm gonna go with last week it would even know what he could this but i'm gonna go with my new favorite clark do koken near you go go go with joy pens on the book but next to him ninety without be cdc yeah i'll take it you could say that voice is not stu who's taking his usual position in the corner leagest asked her rating swimmer in we have someone special we also like to welcome all the smart listeners because this is part two of the pods crossover member the amalgam universe and comics when marvel candidate favored by remember the roeper in you got that because you've got that batman wolverine hybrid i think his name was night clause and it was everything you ever wanted guys see we're gonna go there this is the nightclub thing nobody asked because you know ladies gentlemen it's kevin smith what's up to your doctor kevin smith how you doing i welcome and for those uh listening for the first time hey there's a podcast called smart kissed you should try again you folks if you folks avenue alert.