Director Robert Rodriguez is hard at work filming Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World and photos of three of his stars have leaked online. They show Jessica Alba, decidedly clothed like in her last Rodriguez film, along with the original Spy Kids Carmen and Juni Cortez, played by Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara. They’re not kids anymore, though, so in the latest film – due August 19 – they’ll pass the reigns to Marissa’s (Alba) kids Rebecca (Rowan Blanchard) and Cecil (Mason Cook) in order to battle the Timekeeper, played by Jeremy Piven. Check out the photos after the break along with more info on the film. Read More »
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Anyone clamoring for another wild 3D romp from the mind of Robert Rodriguez is in luck. Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World is now shooting in Austin, Texas in anticipation of a August 19, 2011 release date. Rodriguez is not only directing from his own screenplay but will also serve as producer, director of photography, editor and visual effects supervisor. The film stars Jessica Alba as a retired secret agent, married to Joel McHale, who is called back into action when the the villainous Timekeeper (played by Jeremy Piven) threatens to take over the world. It’ll also feature the return of Antonio Banderas, Danny Trejo and the original Spy Kids Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara, though they aren’t the stars. Read the full plot description and more after the jump. Read More »
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Walt Disney Pictures has sent out a press release announcing to start of principal photography on Andrew Stanton‘s big screen adaptation of John Carter of Mars. The release has full details on the cast and crew, including a few new details which hadn’t yet been reported in the trades:
- New cast members include: Ciaran Hinds (“Munich,” “There Will Be Blood”) and Daryl Sabara (“Disney’s A Christmas Carol,” “Spy Kids”) takes the role of John Carter’s teen-aged nephew, Edgar Rice Burroughs (the author who created Tarzan and John Carter).
The creative team includes Oscar®-nominated production designer Nathan Crowley (“Public Enemies,” “The Dark Knight,” “Batman Begins”), costume designer Mayes Rubeo (“Avatar,” “Apocalypto”), cinematographer Daniel Mindel (“Star Trek,” “Mission Impossible III,” “Spygame”) and video effects supervisor Peter Chiang (“The Reader,” “The Bourne Ultimatum”).
You can read the full press release after the jump, with official plot synopsis, and quotes from Stanton.
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