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The Thing's New Spider Head Could've Looked Like This - A Dread Central Live Clip

12 February 2014 2:49 PM, PST | | See recent Dread Central news »

In this week's edition of Dread Central Live, special effects guru Vincent Guastini brought some props to the studio and showed us his interpretation of what the spider head from the new The Thing would've looked like.

If you can only spare a couple of minutes, this is The clip from Dread Central Live that you have to watch!

In addition to the spider head, whom host Vanessa "Gore Whore" Gomez immediately wanted to make out with, right after Staci Layne Wilson (you have to watch to get it), Vincent also showed off a monster head from Steven C Miller's Under The Bed as well as a couple of victim heads from Cabin Fever: Patient Zero.

Of course you should always watch the entire show, which is available right below. Dread Central Live airs every Monday @ 4Pm Pst / 7Pm Est. Be sure to tune in.

Vincent Guastini (Child's Play 3, »

- KW Low

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TMZ Live -- Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez -- Just a Joy Ride ... Or Back Together?

3 January 2014 7:44 AM, PST | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Selena Gomez ruled out ever getting back with Justin Bieber -- so is their Segway ride proof she was wrong ... or was it just your typical awkward hangout between exes?"Dogma" director Kevin Smith has another project about religion on the way -- and this one could be his most controversial yet. He'll be stopping by to explain it. Tell Us Whatyou Think Other Topics Johnny Depp's Butt Worth Ryan Seacrest Parties One Direction -- Rip-Offs? »

- TMZ Staff

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Kevin Smith Gives Updates On ‘Clerks III’ And More

2 January 2014 3:25 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Even though he has told us quite a few times that he plans to retire, Kevin Smith is still lining up projects left right and centre! Smith took to his Facebook page to update us on his new projects.

Tusk will be the first release for Kevin Smith since Red State, and while the trailer will be premiering at Sundance next month, it looks like he is planning for the movie to have a bigger debut. He posted a picture of his Cannes certificates for the movies Clerks, Dogma and Clerks II, saying he hopes to add one more this spring.

The big question on everybody’s lips is when will Clerks III be on our big screens? Smith said that he hopes to start filming in May, which adds even more questions because there hasn’t been any news on the flick up to this point except for the announcement of the script. »

- Lucy Cave

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Kevin Smith's Clerks 3 targets May production

2 January 2014 2:35 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Kevin Smith has said that Clerks 3 should begin shooting in May.

The director revealed that he is also working on a project called Helena Handbag.

He also discussed his plans for his career in the future.

"From now until I drop dead, I'm only ever gonna make a flick that only I would/could ever make," Smith wrote on Facebook. "Jersey Girl, Zack & Miri, Cop Out - while I love them all, these are movies anybody could make.

"Like 'em or hate 'em, nobody else but me could've (or would've) ever made Clerks. Or Chasing Amy. Or Dogma. Or Red State. Or Clerks II. Or Mallrats. Or Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back."

He continued: "After conceiving and shooting Tusk in less than 6 months... I realised that film isn't in my blood... My films are in my blood. And some of 'em are still in there, so I better get 'em out! »

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Kevin Smith talks Tusk, Clerks III and Helena Handbag (a.k.a. Christzilla)

1 January 2014 1:44 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Despite announcing his retirement from filmmaking, Kevin Smith is currently putting the finishing touches to his low-budget horror Tusk, and still has plans to explore the further adventures of Dante and Randall with Clerks III, which he intends to shoot in 2014. However, it seems he's also added another project to his slate in in the sure-to-be-controversial Helena Handbag, which based upon a story from his SModcast podcast and “mankind teaming up with Hell to save existence from extinction at the hands of a Rapturing giant Jesus.”. Posting on his official Facebook page, Smith has given an update on all three projects...

On the most recent episode of SModcast, I talked about my new mantra in regards to filmmaking: from now until I drop dead, I'm only ever gonna make a flick that only I would/could ever make. Jersey Girl, Zack & Miri, Cop Out - while I love them all, »

- Gary Collinson

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Kevin Smith unleashing giant rapturing Jesus in 'Helena Handbag'

31 December 2013 4:58 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

(Cbr) Despite threatening to retire from filmmaking, it appears Kevin Smith isn’t done behind the camera quite yet. The "Red State" director, currently at work on the horror film "Tusk", has announced yet another new project: "Helena Handbag", inspired by an episode of his SModcast podcast called “The (C)Rapture.” In "Helena HandBag", Smith and frequent collaborator Scott Mosier have written a story that sees “mankind teaming up with Hell to save existence from extinction at the hands of a Rapturing giant Jesus.” Sounds about right, coming from the guy who gave approximately zero genitals to naked angel Alan Rickman in "Dogma". »

- Josh Wigler, Comic Book Resources

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