|Genre:||Comedy, Documentary, New to Library, Recent Releases|
|Run Time:||87 minutes|
|Year of Release:||2012|
|Consumer Advice:||Coarse Language and Infrequent Sexual References|
|Distributor:||Madman Entertainment Pty Ltd|
A behind-the-scenes look at the fans who gather by the thousands each year in San Diego, California to attend Comic-Con, the world's largest comic book convention. Morgan Spurlock explores this amazing cultural phenomenon by following the lives of five attendees as they descend upon the ultimate geek mecca at San Diego Comic-Con 2010. Featuring Stan Lee, Joss Whedon, Kevin Smith and more.
Kevin Smith thinks shooting action films is 'f--king boring'.
The director - who has previously made 'Red State' and 'Cop Out' - claims he is now bored of creating the dramatic films and would rather spend his life chatting.
He said: 'I'd rather waste time sitting around talking to people than waste time on a movie set.
'Well, it's not a waste because you're eventually...
Kevin Smith didn't care when he was making 'Red State'.
The 41-year-old actor-and-filmmaker is set to retire from the movie business when he creates his 'farewell film' 'Hit Somebody' next year, so he didn't feel the need to worry about how his latest motion picture would turn out.
He said: 'The film dangerous, and different, and made by someone who just doesn't give a fk....
Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock has spoken to Sky News about why he made a film about product placement and marketing - which has been funded entirely by advertisements.
The filmmaker said he wanted to expose the brands he thinks are taking over our lives in his latest docu-film, called the Greatest Movie Ever Sold.
'I didn't come in saying product placement was evil or...
Seth Rogen 'smokes a lot of weed' when he writes movies.
The actor-and-writer admits he relies heavily on marijuana during the creative process of a film because it relaxes him and takes away the pressure.
Seth - who wrote and stars in new movie '50/50' - told MTV News: 'I smoke a lot of weed when I write, generally speaking. I don't know if it helps me write. It makes me not...
Kevin Smith 'never felt like' a director.
The actor-and-filmmaker - whose two-part hockey movie 'Hit Somebody' will be his final work behind the camera - admits the film industry has changed his life, but he is retiring in order to find other ways of telling stories.
Asked why he is retiring from directing, he explained: 'I never really felt like a director. I felt like a...