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Robert Rodriguez To Direct Episodes Of The Book Of Boba Fett

Robert Rodriguez is already getting high praise from those that worked on The Mandalorian and will be taking on multiple episodes of The Book of Boba Fett, as the story goes so far. In terms of the action that people are expecting this should be pretty great since having worked on movies such as From Dusk Till Dawn and Alita: Battle Angel, it’s easy to say that Rodriguez understands what it takes to make the kind of action that people will want to watch. When it comes to Fett though, one can almost expect the action to be much as it was in The Mandalorian since Fett has never really been the flashy, overblown type that uses a grand and impressive movement when he can use a simpler and just as effective movement to deal with another individual. That’s why his fight with Koska Reeves was so insane but so great since both fighters were highly skilled, but Koska was definitely pulling out some high-impact movements that Fett didn’t need in order to battle her to a stalemate.
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Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett Star Confirms Robert Rodriguez Directed Episodes

After having directed a pair of episodes of the Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian, indie film icon Robert Rodriguez will return to direct episodes of the forthcoming spinoff Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett. Actor Temuera Morrison, who played Jango Fett in the Star Wars prequel trilogy and will play Boba Fett in the upcoming limited series, broke the news during a conversation with Rotten Tomatoes, where he expressed his enthusiasm for working with the Once Upon a Time in Mexico and Sin City director again. He also alluded to some other "wonderful directors," although he stopped short of actually naming anyone else.
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Robert Rodriguez Will Direct Multiple Episodes Of The Book Of Boba Fett

Boba Fett’s big comeback episode was one of the best instalments of The Mandalorian season 2, partially thanks to legendary director Robert Rodriguez being behind the camera, making his Star Wars debut. This proved to be just the beginning of a surprising new partnership with Lucasfilm for the Once Upon a Time in Mexico filmmaker as, when news of spinoff series The Book of Boba Fett came out, it was revealed that Rodriguez would be serving as exec producer.
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Eiza González Almost Couldn't Do 'Baby Driver' - How Robert Rodriguez Made It Happen

In celebration of the March 31st release of Godzilla vs. Kong, we’ve got Eiza González joining us for an episode of Collider Ladies Night! Some of the conversation does focus on her experience working on the set of Adam Wingard’s massive monster mash, but as always, Ladies Night also takes the time to look back and revisit the steps one took in their career that helped pave the way to their latest accomplishments. For González, joining the cast of Baby Driver was a big one.
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Greg Nicotero Wants To Team With Robert Rodriguez On A ‘Creature From The Black Lagoon’ Remake

For the most part, remakes, reboots, and revivals still get a bad rep from film fans. Why remake a classic when you can just watch the classic? Well, sometimes, we get something special like Leigh Whannel’s take on “The Invisible Man,” and our faith in remakes grows just a little bit. Well, “The Walking Dead” producer-director Greg Nicotero thinks that he and Robert Rodriguez could make a pretty great remake of “Creature from the Black Lagoon.”
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Greg Nicotero wants to direct the remake with Robert Rodriguez

Thanks to the success achieved by The invisible man by Leigh Whannell, Universal are putting in place several other projects and reboots regarding the universe of monsters, with films clearly on a reduced budget to have more opportunities for box-office success and to be able to dare more in terms of narrative. Now there is something new ...