Casting news about Sin City 2 has been trickling in from time to time and we have two more additions to add to the list. The jump has the new actresses just added and a run down of everyone we know so far.
Dimension Films announced that Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has a release date set for 2013.
The word from Robert Rodriguez during the San Diego Comic Con was that Sin City 2 was in the works. Today, we learn that William Monahan, the Oscar winning screenwriter for The Departed, has been hired to work on the script to bring it closer to production.
During his panel at the San Diego Comic Con, Robert Rodriguez announced that Frank Miller has indeed completed the script for Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For. The sequel will not only include an adaptation of the Sin City arc, but two new stories set in the world of Sin City. Rodriguez revealed that the title for one of them will be The Long Bad Night. Because Rodriguez basically controls all means of production and shoots most of it on green screen, the director stated that the film could begin shooting as early as later this year.
Who doesn’t like the Heavy Metal movie from 1981. Robert Rodriguez has announced he’s picked up the rights to the property and wants to continue to make new animated movies… with your help. Don’t take my word for it, listen to the director explain it to you. Now head over to the Heavy Metal page at Bad Ass Digest for more.
During the Robert Rodriguez panel held Thursday at the San Diego Comic Con, the director/actor/editor/special effects guru/entire crew announced he is making a live action feature based on Frank Frazetta’s Fire and Ice.
If you thought Robert Rodriguez couldn’t do much more with the Spy Kids franchise after Spy Kids 3-D, think again. To appeal to those who have kids, but want to still live a life of adventure, your role model shall now be Jessica Alba – Spy Mom. On the surface, Marissa Cortez Wilson (Jessica Alba) has it all…married to a famous spy hunting television reporter, a new baby and intelligent twin step kids. But in reality, trying to mother Rebecca (Rowan Blanchard) and Cecil (Mason Cook), who clearly don’t want her around, is her toughest challenge yet. Also, her husband,
There’s a new Spy Kids movie coming our way, and while we (meaning me) doesn’t give a crap if the young kids are now all growed up, I am interested in Jessica Alba as the villain… dressed in leather… According to IMDB the plot of the film features mom returning to the life of spying A mother returns to her old profession — she’s a retired spy — in order to prevent a villain bent on stopping time. Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World is written and directed by Robert Rodriguez, and is scheduled to arrive in
There is a lot of talk and discussion about whether or not Robert Rodriguez will direct the Deadpool movie for 20th Century Fox. I don’t know whether a comment by Rodriguez at the San Diego Comic Con got everyone in a tizzy, or if the director and Fox have really come to an agreement, but the L.A. Times is running the story that the parties are sitting down for some serious negotiations. Now negotiations are a far cry from a done deal, especially when there are specific items that need to be addressed by both sides. It would be great
Marcus Nispel has been set as the director for the new Conan movie being developed by Nu Image/Millenium Films, according to Variety.Â Nu Image/Millenium Films is teaming with Paradox, the company that holds the rights to Robert E. Howard’s creations to make the movie a reality. Paradox originally set the project at Warner Bros. but declined to ink a new rights deal after numerous unsuccessful attempts to make it with directors like Larry and Andy Wachowski and Robert Rodriguez. Malmberg then set it with Lerner in a seven-figure deal with strong progress to production stipulations. Lerner flirted with Brett Ratner
I’m finding the best way to start my morning is to take a peek under the hood of Hollywood and find out what is percolating.Â Â Today, it’s a dose of Spider-Man 4, Star Trek, Ghostbuster, and Dragonball news.Â Yup, Dragonball, with a bit of A-Team news to boot.
Variety is reporting Robert Rodriguez is taking the Machete trailer from his Grindhouse film, and turning it into a feature length movie.Â Danny Trejo will play the lead character, with Rodriguez expected to start filming in June. Machete is a Mexican ex-Federale with a gift for wielding a blade, who hides out as a day laborer, who is double-crossed by a corrupt state senator. In addition to that bit of news, Variety also reports that the producer/director/editor/graphic artist/musician/grip/gaffer/catterer/fill in any other job Rodriguez does himself here has written the script for the relaunch of the Predator series for 20th Century
This past weekend, Andrew Stanton, the man behind many of the best animated movies of the last 15 years, said the upcoming John Carter of Mars movie will not be a Pixar movie, but will be firmly under the Disney banner.Â Stanton also dismissed rumors that the film would be entirely 3D in nature. The look of the film will be “very real,” and not highly-stylized, due to what Stanton sees as the way the original story has been ripped off by many different movies over the years; it’ll also be a faithful retelling, with Carter remaining the Civil War
According to Variety, Mickey Rourke is in talks with Marvel Studios for a part in the upcoming Iron Man 2 sequel. …Rourke is in discussions to play the Crimson Dynamo, a heavily tattooed Russian arms dealer. Heâ€™s considered to be an evil version of Iron Man because he battles the superhero in a nuclear-powered suit of armor. Interesting choice if it plays out.Â Rourke is on a high recently after his stellar performance in The Wrestler.Â Major Spoilers fans will remember Rourke in his performance as Marv in the the Robert Rodriguez/Frank Miller adaptation of Sin City. via Variety