Robert Rodriguez

More faces return for Sin City sequel

Sin City
Simon Brew News
Apr 20, 2012

Mickey Rourke and Rosario Dawson are both set to return in the upcoming Sin City sequel, A Dame To Kill For…

Michael Madsen returning for Sin City 2

Michael Madsen in Sin City
Simon Brew News
Apr 19, 2012

The first piece of casting news for Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame To Kill For sees the return of Michael Madsen…

Sin City 2 has a title and a start date

Sin City
Simon Brew News
Apr 13, 2012

Finally: the second Sin City film will start filming this summer, and it’ll be called Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.

Sin City 2 finally shooting this year

Sin City
Simon Brew News
Mar 15, 2012

Robert Rodriguez has confirmed the two films he’s planning to get shot this year. One is Machete Kills. The other? Sin City 2 is finally happening…

Machete sequel presses ahead

Simon Brew News
Feb 7, 2012

Danny Trejo is set to return as Machete in Machete Kills, which is due before the cameras around Easter…

Spy Kids: All The Time In The World In 4D review

Ryan Lambie Review
Aug 18, 2011

There’s a fourth Spy Kids movie in cinemas, and it involves sniffing things. Here’s Ryan’s review of Spy Kids: All The Time In The World In 4D...

Sin City 2 and Machete 2 funding in place, both pressing ahead

Sin City
Simon Brew News
Aug 10, 2011

Robert Rodriguez confirms that the money is in place for both Sin City 2 and Machete 2. Once the scripts are done, shooting will begin...

Robert Rodriguez confirms Sin City 2, Machete sequels

Rourke. Sin City. Marvellous.
Simon Brew News
Jul 22, 2011

Sin City 2 might just go before the cameras this year, Robert Rodriguez has revealed. Plus, get ready for more Danny Trejo, as more Machete films are coming…

Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World trailer

Simon Brew Trailer
Jul 1, 2011

A second trailer has been released for Robert Rodriguez’s revival of the Spy Kids franchise. And you can see it right here…

The James Clayton Column: Machete: supreme source of movie wisdom

James Clayton News
Dec 9, 2010

Is Robert Rodriguez’s ultra-violent Machete a more insightful, culturally significant movie than most critics would credit? James certainly thinks so, and here are his reasons why…