Moose Jaws has financing according to Kevin Smith, while Hit Somebody is taking a different turn.
Tusk director Kevin Smith reveals that he now has financing to shoot his hockey movie Hit Somebody in Canada and Michigan this fall.
The Red State director had initially planned on Hit Somebody to be his last feature film before focusing solely on his SModcast Pictures company.
The director will retire from making films after this epic hockey drama is completed, which he hopes to debut at Sundance 2013.
Kevin Smith announced this morning that the first movie will be titled Home, while the second part will be called Away for his two-part hockey picture.
Director Kevin Smith says the first movie will center on the main character's time spent growing up as a young hockey player in Canada.
This scene from the director's hockey movie involves Nicholas Braun's Buddy and Blue Jay, who may be played by John Goodman.
Director Kevin Smith wants the duo to cameo as Boston hockey players, and may bring Bruce Willis back as well.
The Red State actor will also star in Kevin Smith's new movie as a Russian hockey player.
The actor will play a "Gretzky-like character" in the Hockey drama, starring Nicholas Braun.
Director Kevin Smith reveals that the Red State actor will star in this new hockey comedy based on a song by Warren Zevon.
The director discusses two of his highly anticipated upcoming projects.
The Cop Out star will reunite for Kevin Smith's new hockey film.