Kevin Smith and Marc Bernardin Working on Secret TV Project
Kevin Smith and Marc Bernardin are dealing with the TV project — however, they aren’t sharing insights concerning it presently. During a new episode of the Fatman Beyond webcast, Smith uncovered that he and Bernardin have been dealing with an undertaking together that, essentially from the manner in which Bernardin depicted it, could be what “will win Kevin an Emmy.”
“Me and Marc are having these discussions… discussing poo that we can’t fill you in about, me and Marc are chipping away at something else,” Smith said. “Keep in mind, Marc was like ‘I got a thought’. He let me know the thought and I was ‘the screw out of here. We’ve been dealing with that and it’s moving along.”
While there are no insights regarding what this “moving along” involves, Bernardin added remarks that make it sound like the task might have begun as a film just to transform into something for TV — making it possibly qualified for Emmy thought assuming that it works out as expected.
“It was what should win Kevin an Oscar however presently it seems like it will win Kevin an Emmy. It could win all of the Emmys,” Bernardin said.
It’s a dubious update as these things go, however, it wasn’t the main venture that Smith talked about during the digital recording. The producer, who has been out-advancing his most recent film, the impending Clerks III, likewise offered an update about the development to his 2014 thriller, Tusk. Smith affirmed that a continuation is for sure underway, with plans for 2024.
“Since the cardiovascular failure I’ve been narrowly avoiding the grave,” Smith said on his most recent Fatman Beyond digital broadcast. “2024 will stamp the 10-year commemoration of Tusk…We could simply leave it there and continue on, however you know, I have more story passed on I might want to tell, there’s an explanation we left him in the zoo toward the end. I generally knew as we were making the film I was very much like, ‘I’ll absolutely rehash this.’ I thought we’d have the late extraordinary Michael Parks with us longer, however tragically he’s not, yet I realize we got Justin (Long).”
Prodding what the film’s plot will be about, Smith added, “From the get-go, I was generally similar to, Well, at last, they’ll remove them from that walrus skin and attempt to restore them. What’s more, very much like Harvey Dent in The Dark Knight Returns, he’ll just at any point see himself one way. Then, at that point, he turns into the Howard Howe. Justin Long turns into the insane person who’s attempting to transform individuals into something different, Chimera things, half-human and a portion of whatever. Last time it was walrus, this time…you’ll see.”