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Boys' basketball: Ethan Anderson, Jamal Hartwell are co-MVPs of Western League

Sophomore guard Ethan Anderson and junior guard Jamal Hartwell have been named the co-MVPs of the Western League. Luis Rodriguez of Westchester was named most outstanding player. First-team all-league: Robert McRae, Fairfax, Sr.; Kirk Smith, Fairfax, Jr.; Jordan Brinson, Westchester, So.; Darryn...

Robert Rodriguez and Rebel Filmmaking

How one renegade filmmaker shook the indie landscape. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

POTD: Leg Gun

Reminiscent of Robert Rodriguez’ Planet Terror, this guy had a prosthesis made to look like an AR15.   If you look closely at the AR15 styled prosthesis, it does not look like it is a real gun.   The grip and selector switch stand out and do not look right. The selector switch looks like […] Read More … The post POTD: Leg Gun appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Ali has 2 roles in Alita: Battle Angel, Connelly and Rodriguez join the cast

We learned back in October that Mahershala Ali would be re-teaming with PREDATORS producer Robert Rodrigeuz to play a role in the managa adaptation ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL, which Rodriguez is directing and James Cameron is producing. AtShow More Summary

Michelle Rodriguez Joins Robert Rodriguez’s ‘Alita: Battle Angel’

Filming just wrapped on director Robert Rodriguez and screenwriter James Cameron‘s Alita: Battle Angel, but another cast member has just been announced. Michelle Rodriguez, who’s worked with both Rodriguez and Cameron, is a part of the adaptation of Yukito Kishiro‘s Japanese manga. Show More Summary

Alita: Battle Angel Casts Michelle Rodriguez as Gelda

The Fast and the Furious star has joined the cast of Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron's Alita: Battle Angel. The post Alita: Battle Angel Casts Michelle Rodriguez as Gelda appeared first on

Michelle Rodriguez Secretly Joined Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel

Production wrapped on the adaptation last week The post Michelle Rodriguez Secretly Joined Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel appeared first on

James Cameron Names Zack Snyder, Robert Rodriguez, & Tim Miller As Inspirations

Without a doubt, James Cameron is one of the most influential voices in film today (perhaps even in history). Sure, the guy tends to make one film a decade, but when he does actually release a movie, they, without fail, go one to become cultural phenomenons. Show More Summary

'Lucha Underground' wrestling coming to Netflix this spring - CNET

Seasons one and two of Robert Rodriguez' wrestling show will hit the streaming service in the first half of 2017.

Robert Englund Hosting All-Weekend ‘Elm Street’ Marathon On El Rey

Curl up and relax on the couch… BUT DON’T FALL ASLEEP! It’s become an annual tradition for Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a Nightmare On Elm Street marathon, and this year they’re going even bigger and better: they’re celebrating all weekend long! The annual “Rip Your Heart Out” marathon kicked […]

Newswire: Jennifer Connelly to antagonize the robot assassins of Alita: Battle Angel

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jennifer Connelly has joined the cast of James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez’s long-in-the-works manga adaptation Alita: Battle Angel. The movie stars Rosa Salazar as the eponymous battle angel, a female cyborg with no memories who becomes a bounty hunter. Show More Summary

Jennifer Connelly to Play a Villain in 'Alita: Battle Angel'

You may ask yourself, “Why on earth would Jennifer Connelly, of all people, sign on for a James Cameron-produced Robert Rodriguez film based on a manga?!” — in which case I assume you’ve forgotten all about the gloriously bonkers and delightfully terrible film A Winter’s Tale. Show More Summary

‘Alita: Battle Angel’ Adds Jennifer Connelly to the Cast

Alita: Battle Angel has one of the most unique pedigrees of any major motion picture on the horizon: this is an adaptation of a Japanese manga developed by James Cameron and directed by Robert Rodriguez. That’s a recipe for something...Show More Summary

Jennifer Connelly Playing the Villain in Robert Rodriguez’s ‘Alita: Battle Angel’

Filming is well underway on director Robert Rodriguez’s long-gestating, big-budget adaptation of Yukito Kishiro’s Battle Angel Alita manga series, titled Alita: Battle Angel, which has a tentative release date of July 20th, 2018. The 20th Century Fox film will reportedly be focused on the first four books in the series, and today brings some exciting […]

Video Check Out: Robert Neal

Robert is a good kid with a lot of positive energy and I’m proud to have him on the squad.—Paul Rodriguez The post Video Check Out: Robert Neal appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

The Sin City game that never was

It all began with a tease. The year was 2007, and the Sin City franchise was riding high on the back of Robert Rodriguez's successful film adaptation. A small Australian games developer then known as IR Gurus and later rebranded Transmission...Show More Summary

Newswire: Julia Roberts, Michelle Rodriguez, and Ellie Kemper join Smurfs: The Lost Village

Smurfs: The Lost Village, the third entry in the animated Smurfs film franchise, already has a teaser trailer, and now it has a Julia Roberts, too. According to /Film, Sony Pictures Animation has announced more cast members for the movie...Show More Summary

Watch: Justin Lin's Live-Action 'The Jetsons' Commercial for Arconic

"Meet George Jetson!" For years and years, we've been writing about the hope/possibility of one day seeing a live-action Jetsons movies. At one point, Robert Rodriguez was attached to a version in development at Warner Bros, but it never came together. Show More Summary

Watch Director Justin Lin’s ‘The Jetsons’ Live-Action Commercial

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

There have been conversations surrounding a live-action version of The Jetsons for many years now. For a while, Robert Rodriguez was attached to direct, and he even shot some tests for the film. He left the project before returning to it, but for unknown reasons, he exited the director’s chair a second time. Show More Summary

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