Cop Out

Here we go again on another beautiful Friday afternoon (it’s raining in Austin) with a quick edition of This Week in Movie Posters. I say quick, because this wasn’t a great week for movie posters, but there are a few notables.

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This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we decide never to do the show ever again in 2009.

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Question of the day: Can you make comedy work in a 2-minute trailer? You be the judge.

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If you’re like me, you like to get to the movies early for the previews — or trailers. And if you’re like me, this is part of the reason why you’re looking forward to Sherlock Holmes.

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Originally titled A Couple of Dicks, the recently untitled buddy cop comedy from Warner Bros. and director Kevin Smith has been through the titling ringer. Now its over…

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There goes my pitch to make the cross-over sequel A Couple of Dicks in a Box.

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On the 16th anniversary of the first public screening of Clerks, we get personal with the man, the myth, the lunchbox as he rips his heart off his sleeve and slams it down on the table.

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During his panel at Comic-Con on Saturday night, director Kevin Smith mentioned that the title of his upcoming film, currently called A Couple of Dicks, might be in for a change before it’s all said and done.

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Comedian Jim Norton and “Pete and Pete” star Michelle Trachtenberg join forces with Kevin Smith to bring his Dicks to life.

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Jason Lee will be joining the cast of A Couple of Dicks, working yet again with frequent collaborator Kevin “Lunchbox” Smith.

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A few behind the scenes photos have shown up online today over at Coming Soon and they show a couple dicks hanging around set. That’s crude, I apologize.

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We get that he has a cult following, but we also understand that there’s a few people out there that can’t seem to get revved up about his projects. Which camp do you fall into?

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