Filmmaker Kevin Smith stopped by Peter Travers' office to discuss the controversy surrounding his first horror movie, Red State (out October 19th). Smith is incredibly candid, speaking openly about his experience finding a distributor for Red State, goofing on religious extremists and the embarrassment of being deemed too fat to fly by Southwest Airlines. Oh, and Peter gets Smith to sing a Backstreet Boys song – really.
Off the Cuff with Peter Travers: Kevin Smith on his First Horror Film 'Red State'
Director opens up about finding a distributor - and sings the Backstreet Boys
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