Robert Rodriguez

Robert Rodriguez

Robert Rodriguez Jr., 36, of Galt died from an illness on July 10, 2022 at his home with his family present. He was born March 18, 1986 in Lodi. Surviving him are his mother Estella Romero, brother Armando Vasquez Jr., nieces Adriana and Julie Vasquez, aunt Rochelle Romero, uncle Al Romero Jr., grandparents Al Romero and Rosie Romero, cousins Javier, Karla and Luciana Romero, Vincent and Chris Pamplona and Antonia Romero. Robert will be remembered in love by numerous family members and friends.
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Speak of the Devils Podcast Sitdown Series: Robert Rodriguez

Just a few short seasons ago, the ASU defensive line was, to put it charitably, a question mark. But under the tutelage of position coach Robert Rodriguez, it’s developed into a team strength and one of the best groups in the Pac-12. And, in a win for ASU’s Pro Model, defensive tackle DJ Davidson was drafted by the New York Giants.
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Why Rosa Salazar, James Cameron And Robert Rodriguez Keep ‘Trying Like Hell’ To Get Alita 2 Into Production

Hollywood is littered with promised sequels that never come to fruition. There’s a small window of time when the follow up to a beloved movie can get a coveted greenlight. And while it may seem like the widow has closed on a sequel to Robert Rodriguez’s sci-fi/manga adaptation Alita: Battle Angel, lead actress Rosa Salazar tells CinemaBlend that’s not the case, she still wants to return, and the key principles continue to fight hard to get that story rolling.

Robert Rodriguez bringing new Spy Kids movie to Netflix

The most iconic spy movie series of all time is getting a new instalment! No, we don’t know who the next James Bond is going to be, but we do know that a new Spy Kids movie is on the way! Robert Rodriguez, the man behind the original family movies, is back to direct the new iteration, which will be produced by streaming service Netflix.

Netflix is teaming up with Spy Kids writer-director Robert Rodriguez to revive the franchise

Netflix has lined up Spy Kids director Robert Rodriguez to reboot the franchise, with a new movie set to premiere on its platform in the not-so-distant future. The streaming service announced the news on Wednesday, March 30, which coincided with the 21-year anniversary of the original film's release. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the feature will help "relaunch and reimagine the property for a new generation."

Spy Kids remake is set for Netflix with Robert Rodriguez as director

The family-friendly action movie franchise, Spy Kids is back. Robert Rodriguez, the original filmmaker of the 2001 franchise, is partnering with Netflix to remake and relaunch the series for a new generation. Rodriguez will executive produce, direct, and write the new project almost 21 years after the release of the first film.

Netflix and Robert Rodriguez are officially bringing back Spy Kids

The From Dusk Till Dawn director will once again helm the reimagining of the popular 2001 family action film franchise, working with producers from Skydance and Spyglass Media. Strap on your BuddyPacks, it's once again time to blast off into the world of Spy Kids. On Wednesday, Netflix announced it...

‘Spy Kids’ Being Rebooted by Robert Rodriguez at Netflix

Fresh off directing three episodes of the Disney+ Star Wars series The Book of Boba Fett, Robert Rodriguez is set to helm a Spy Kids reboot for Netflix. Per the Hollywood Reporter, the streaming platform announced it’s teaming with Rodriguez to relaunch the property. He will write, direct, and produce the new film, which will be the first in the family comedy series since 2011’s Spy Kids: All the Time in the World. Rodriguez launched the franchise in 2001, and acted as director/writer/producer on all four entries. He also provided the music for 3-D and All the Time in the World.
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Robert Rodriguez will revive Spy Kids franchise at Netflix

Twenty one years ago today, writer and director Robert Rodriguez’s Spy Kids was released in theaters. And although the franchise was seemingly wrapped up with a fourth film just over a decade ago, Rodriguez is ready to revive the property at Netflix. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rodriguez will write, direct, and executive produce a new Spy Kids film for Netflix.

Spy Kids Getting Reboot at Netflix From Original Director Robert Rodriguez

At the beginning of 2021, it was revealed that The Book of Boba Fett director Robert Rodriguez would be rebooting his beloved family film Spy Kids, which was released in 2001 and spawned multiple sequels. According to a new report from Variety, the reboot is officially in the works at Netflix. Rodriguez is known for an array of projects ranging from From Dusk Til Dawn to Sin City, but he's been revisiting some of his more family-friendly projects in recent years. He previously teamed up with Netflix for We Can Be Heroes, which saw the return of his characters Shark Boy and Lava Girl.