Six months ago, James Cameron passed the torch for his adaptation of Battle Angel Alita to director Robert Rodriguez. Since then, we haven’t heard much about this long-delayed anime adaptation. But we’ve just gotten a significant update: three actresses are in the running to play the lead character.
Think the secrecy around the biggest Hollywood blockbusters is crazy? They don’t come close to what John Malkovich and Robert Rodriguez are doing. The pair has collaborated for a film that no one will see for 100 years. Literally.
James Cameron has been trying to direct the sci-fi action film Battle Angel Alita for years. But then, a little thing called Avatar happened. So now, instead of waiting another decade to helm the anime, he recruited Robert Rodriguez to do the honors.
The battle between humans and culebras will continue next month on the second season of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series on El Rey. Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino’s hit movie turned TV show is diving deeper into the mythos and characters, and we’ve got some exclusive photos.
From Dusk till Dawn and Sin City director Robert Rodriguez is no stranger to children’s adventure movies, having created the Spy Kids franchise. Now, though, he’s delving into an existing children’s series, bringing the Hanna-Barbera cartoon Jonny Quest to the big screen.
Sony's just completed a deal that brings Robert Rodriguez's dream project — a live action version of Frank Frazetta's Fire and Ice — to the big screen. This is passion project for Rodriguez, who has been trying to make this homage to his friend for years. And it looks like it will finally happen.
The new trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has finally revealed the main theme of the sequel: everybody wants to kill Powers Booth. And why shouldn't they? He's super evil. The evilist. So cue the antagonist team-up gang.
See for yourself, in our first glimpse of Star Wars' new stunts. True Blood's final season will be a "personal" story. Nicole Beharie says Sleepy Hollow will have five times the number of love triangles of season 1. And Robert Rodriguez is planning a film with Don Johnson that sounds totally ridiculous. Spoilers now!
The only reason to remake the 1996 vampire movie From Dusk Till Dawn into a TV series is to have an excuse to reshoot Salma Hayek' famous vampire snake dance. And so they did, and here it is, now with double the snake caressing action.
...there are a bunch of clips on Youtube. Like this one, where the plucky high school students shoot the Principal in the head and then cause her to melt into a puddle of fizzy goop. There's also Jon Stewart's "eye sore," and the head on tentacles. And more!
The very first trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is chockablock full of all the great things that reside in Sin City. Sexy dancing, sexy sexin, gambling, fist fighting, bruises, sexy ladies, and people looking pissed off in the front seats of cars. Here we go again!
Here's the first trailer for Robert Rodriguez's From Duck Till Dawn TV series, which... reimagines his 1996 movie, and I say reimagines because I don't know how else to say "completely rewrites Quentin Tarantino's original script and made it a dramatic story about two horrible criminals who take refuge in a vampire…
Five years ago, Robert Rodriguez was determined to make a movie about Red Sonja, the She-Devil With a Sword, starring his then-fiancee Rose McGowan. The film never happened, but you can see some fairly epic concept art.
Robert Rodriguez is bringing his beloved vampire movie From Dusk Till Dawn to the small screen. The stripping vampires have their own TV series, and a brand new trailer to get you all excited. Behold!
Here's the trailer that ran in front of Machete Kills when it premiered last month. Now, director Robert Rodriguez has already signed on to direct a third Machete movie, but whether it would actually be "In Space!" or something slightly more reasonable remains to be seen. I sincerely hope it's this, though.
Rapper Kanye West is allegedly the Creative Director on a live action Jetsons movie that is still stuck in development hell. Maybe. At least, that's what we get from his tweets.
Move over, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, and pass the hot sauce — Robert Rodriguez's Blood on the Salsa! is all about a flock of deadly tacos that attack hipsters foodies!
Despite my elementary school diploma, I loved Spy Kids: All the Time in the World. Why? It's a chilling examination of an alternate reality in which children have become fellow travelers in global espionage, a parallel universe where Langley is run like Willy Wonka's candy-colored calorie mill. Like Ender's Game mixed…
The next movie for Robert Rodriguez was inspired by an artist known for his sexy, wild fantasy art, Frank Frazetta. Here's a collection Frazetta-esque concept art for Rodriguez's new flick, titled Fire And Ice.