You’re too fat to fly! That’s what Southwest Airlines apparently told director Kevin Smith when they booted him off his plane to Burbank, according to his pissed-off tweets on Saturday night. Smith’s heavyset frame was apparently so large that the person sitting next to him couldn’t move the armrest down. Silent Bob tweeted that “Captain Leysath” deemed him a “flight risk” because his size would make it difficult for other passengers to get past him in case of an emergency, so a flight attendant named “Suzanne” forced him off the plane and gave him a $100 voucher for another flight.
But, Smith warned on Twitter, “you f**ked with the wrong sedentary processed-foods eater!” Keep reading »
Kevin Smith, auteur/director of such classics as the New Jersey Trilogy, “Clerks,” “Chasing Amy,” and “Mallrats,” has made a new flick, but how would you know? He can’t even tell you about it! “Zack and Miri Make A Porno” has been banned from advertising in 15 major newspapers and both network and cable channels. The LA Dodgers asked to even have the trailer stopped from airing during their games! Now, the movie is left solely to advertise in print, but it’s still a battleground. Weinstein Co., the film’s distributors, were puzzled when the Motion Picture Association of America called their ads “highly sexually suggestive and not suitable for general audiences.” What could be so offensive about 2D ads with no nudity, four letter words or defaced religious characters? Keep reading »