Robert Rodriguez has just released, through his Twitter account, the first behind-the-scenes image from his upcoming "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series." Check out the rebuilt Benny's World of Liquor, which fans will remember from the opening of the 1996 film. "Benny?s world of liquor is back in business," Rodriguez writes. Show More Summary
Robert Rodriguez's 1996 movie opens with the Gecko Brothers pulling off a deadly robbery at the location. The series will debut early next year on the El Rey Network. [...]
While we await the August 22, 2014 release of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, The Weinstein Company's Bob Weinstein told The New York Times (via CBM ) that they are looking at developing a "Sin City" TV series as well. Show More Summary
El Rey Network awakens the renegade in everyone. Created & curated by Robert Rodriguez and his collective, they want you to know that it’s unfiltered, kick-ass entertainment. Below is their first spot, which utilizes Chucky from Child’s Play and Godzilla to illustrate that they’re hardcore.... Read More
Speaking as we were of Robert Rodriguez - it seems extremely hard for filmmakers today to emulate grindhouse movies properly. Not that almost every single one out there hasn't tried. All too oft...
El Rey Network's first :30 promotional spot, called "Godzilla," illustrates what the cable channel will be (great storytelling that enlivens the renegade within) and what it's not. Huh. Because...
‘Godzilla Rides With El Rey!!’ Promo For Robert Rodriguez’ New Network!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! The El Rey Network, the new cable channel founded by writer-director Robert Rodriguez (“Desperado,” “From Dusk Till...Show More Summary
El Rey, Robert Rodriguez’s new English-language Hispanic network, has debuted its first branding TV spot. It’s kinda clever. Check it out after the jump. El Rey launches in December. About El Rey Network: El Rey Network, launching December 2013, is a new 24-hour English-language network founded by maverick filmmaker Robert Rodriguez. The network’s action-packed […]
As part of its reviving of things that were popular in 1990s, Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk Till Dawn TV show has added Wilmer Valderrama to its cast. The That ‘70s Show star and walking Venn diagram of young Hollywood’s sexual history...Show More Summary
Wilmer Valderrama is the latest addition to the cast of Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series for Latino-themed El Rey network. On the 10-episode drama based on the cult horror film by Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino, the That ’70s Show alum will play enigmatic crime lord Carlos. Show More Summary
Prior to this morning, if one of you had told me that Robert Rodriguez is producing a TV version of From Dusk Till Dawn that will air on a network he created and star Wilmer Valderrama from That ’70s Show as a “master villain and crime lord,” I probably would have thought you were pulling my leg.
Robert Rodriguez's upcoming "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" has added Wilmer Valderrama ("That '70s Show," Larry Crowne ) to its cast. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that he'll a villain named Carlos Madrigal,a former Spanish conquistador who now operates as a crime lord. Valderrama joins previously announced D.J. Show More Summary
He joins a cast that includes D.J. Cotrona and Don Johnson, among others. read more
Machete Kills is the sequel to the film Machete, a film that was created from a fake trailer that was part of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino’s Grindhouse. As such, it was a sequel no one asked for, but that doesn’t mean it’s the worst thing you could buy into. Show More Summary
When I heard that Selena Roberts had posted yet another article about Alex Rodriguez, I rolled my eyes and didn't think anything of it. After all, Roberts has been on the Rodriguez hate wagon for years now. But there was something buried...Show More Summary
The Machete series began life as a fake trailer attached to Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino’s Grindhouse and frankly, the character will always work best in bite-sized trailer form. The full Machete movies are just too much of a sort-of good thing. So, with that said, here’s the best part of Machete Kills — the fake trailer for Machete Kills Again…IN SPACE!
This trailer is NSFW, where the W stands for "weenies who can’t handle awesomeness." From the intermission of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarentino’s Grindhouse rose the hilariously over-the-top Machete, and from the depths of Rodriguez’s passion pit came the even more outrageous but uneven Machete Kills. Show More Summary
Machete Kills didn’t exactly triumph at the box office. The film opened at #4 and was quickly beaten into submission by Gravity and roughly a dozen other films, eventually admitting defeat after recouping less than three quarters of its budget. Show More Summary
Get ready for the knife-wielding hero to return in Machete Kills, the sequel to the hugely successful Machete film from acclaimed director Robert Rodriguez. Machete Kills arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack including Blu-ray, DVD,& Digital HD with UltraViolet and On Demand on January 21, 2014,... Read More
Finally, a space movie Neil deGrasse Tyson can get behind.