Flashback Film Friends is a series in which a Jezebel staffer watches a movie she or he has seen a million times, with a staffer who has never seen it once. Then they discuss—just like friends.
Harley Quinn Smith, daughter of director Kevin Smith, was recently standing outside a Brentwood Starbucks waiting for an Uber when two men pulled up in a beige car and tried to convince her that they were her ride. They were not.
If you follow fashion, celebrities, kewl teenz, or the children of the rich and famous, Lily-Rose Depp is about to be in your life a lot more from now on—particularly after this weekend, when Yoga Hosers debuts at Sundance, featuring her first starring role—so you might as well learn who, and why.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Amy dispenses some advice, Shania Twain turns fifty and Kevin Smith makes a pitch.
Could this be the moment that breaks my brain as far as its capacity to contain adorable news? It might be.
If you had to pick a Kevin Smith movie that fans would rally to defend from a blogger's dismissive comment with misogynistic Twitter fervor, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back probably wouldn't be on your shortlist. But the internet can often be a small, mean place — a dank tunnel full of blindly groping mole people…
Paul Dini is the creator and writer behind the Cartoon Network show Tower Prep, which was cancelled in 2011 after one season. Now Dini has revealed that he's fairly certain it got cut was because he wasn't doing enough to make the show appealing to boys.
In an interview with Kevin Smith, writer and television producer Paul Dini complained about a worrying trend he sees in television animation and superhero shows in particular: executives spurning female viewers because they believe girls and women don't buy the shows' toys.
This post was me sharing a shitty, funny, embarrassing situation with my readers. This never was and shouldn't be about my FAT AGENDA AGAINST SOUTHWEST'S POLICY. I have no agenda, fat or otherwise, except getting treated like a person.
Kevin Smith is so angry he was thrown off a Southwest flight on Saturday, he's launched a campaign against the airline. Smith may be the poster-boy for "too fat to fly", but Southwest has a habit of harassing overweight passengers.