Robert Rodriguez talks about what inspired him to bring 'From Dusk Till Dawn' to TV and why he prefers this version to the original film. The post Robert Rodriguez Prefers ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ TV Series to the Original appeared first on Screen Rant.
Robert Rodriguez discusses his plan to potentially bring 'Heavy Metal' to TV using multiple forms of animation. The post Robert Rodriguez May Bring ‘Heavy Metal’ to TV; Prepared to Make ‘Sin City 3’ appeared first on Screen Rant.
Tonight, March 11 th, marks the premiere of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, exclusively airing on Robert Rodriguez’ new El Rey Network. An expansion on the characters and story seen in the 1996 film, the show will center on brothers...Show More Summary
From Dusk Till Dawn director Robert Rodriguez is ready to take on his next venture as founder of the El
In 1996, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez teamed up to make From Dusk Till Dawn, a horror-crime film about two bloodthirsty bandits running into a vampire den. Everyone dies, pretty much. Some of them turn into vampires on the way; then they die, too. Show More Summary
Last week, the trailer for the Robert Rodriguez/Frank Miller-directed Sin City: A Dame To Kill For premiered and sent fans of the original into a frenzy. After all, it’s been nine years since the original film hit the silver screen to critical and commercial success,... Read More
Just when you thought Robert Rodriguez didn't have enough on his plate (the man always seems to be juggling at least two or three projects at the same time), he goes ahead and starts his own cable network, one where he oversees practically every last details. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez discusses the upcoming sequel to the comic book favorite, "Sin City," and what excited him about shooting "Sin City: A Dame To Kill For" in 3D. He says of overwhelming special effects and 3D films, "There's so much to look at. Show More Summary
It’s not uncommon for a hit film to make the transition from heatrical experience to weekly series. Right now, NBC is touting the early success of heir adaptation of "About a Boy" while their "Hannibal" and A&E’s "Bates Motel" rely heavily on the film iterations of their central characters. Show More Summary
Robert Rodriguez had been approached many times to create a TV series based upon his and Quentin Tarantino's 1996 cult classic, "From Dusk Till Dawn." "I said, 'No, Quentin and I control the rights to it,'" the writer-director-editor said. Show More Summary
The violent Gecko brothers return in Robert Rodriguez's expanded story, based on his 1996 film with Quentin Tarantino. read more
In 2005 director Robert Rodriguez brought life to Frank Miller‘s Sin City in an unimaginable way. Literally adapting the style of that highly stylized series was a risky choice. Broad audiences hadn’t experienced a movie with such a heightened aesthetic to that degree yet, but it worked for both audiences and critics. Show More Summary
What’s the point of remaking something if you can’t do it better than the original? 18 years after From Dusk Till Dawn hit theaters, Robert Rodriguez will see his television adaptation of the same name debut on the new El Rey Network. I was able... Read More
Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller return to Sin City for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. Taken from Miller’s Sin City graphic novels, the sequel to the innovative Sin City boasts a killer cast and, now, a killer trailer. Check it out after the jump. Sin City: A Dame To Kill For will be […]
Taylor Swift has been picking up high-profile friends all over Hollywood these days. First Selena Gomez, then Lorde, and supermodel Cara Delevingne. Can you guess who Taylor is befriending now? On Allison: Robert Rodriguez dress
Austin maverick filmmaker Robert Rodriguez is set to launch his small-screen reboot of his cult-favorite film From Dusk Till Dawn,
It’s been a long time since Sin City came out — nine years, in fact — but Robert Rodriguez and… Read More
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is an upcoming film sequel to the 2005 film Sin City that is being directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller and based on the second graphic novel in Miller’s Sin City series. Much of the star-studded cast from the first film will be returning for the sequel, [...]
Words By DrHipHop85 It’s been nearly a decade since Frank Miller’s Sin City brought its mix of sex, neo-noir, and uber-violence to the big screen by way of Miller and Robert Rodriguez. At times a page for frame direct translation of the original comics, the original was a commercial success and showed that Rodriguez was capable of directing a successful adult marketed film.
It’s been nine years since Frank Miller’s Sin City neo-noir graphic novels got the big screen treatment. Today brings a trailer for the follow up – aptly titled Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank … Watch the Trailer for ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ is a post by Alec Banks on Highsnobiety.