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    Robert Rodriguez Talks 'Spy Kids 4,' The Freedoms Of Self-Financing & His Numerous Upcoming Projects

    Robert Rodriguez Talks 'Spy Kids 4,' The Freedoms Of Self-Financing & His Numerous Upcoming Projects

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    In Theaters: 'Conan' Battles 'Fright Night,' 'Spy Kids 4' & 'One Day' At The Box Office

    Hi kids! Didya miss me? I have to first apologize for slandering "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," that movie was great! More cartoon faces of apes played by Andy Serkis please! Who was your favorite ape? Mine was Maurice the orangutan. Okay, so there's a ton of crazy stuff opening this weekend so l...

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    Exclusive: Robert Rodriguez Talks Rebooting ‘Spy Kids’ & Says He Has An Idea For "5D Version"

    Robert Rodriguez has been really, really busy. But that’s nothing new for the writer/director/producer, and that seems to be the way he likes it. In addition to the 11 features he’s directed since first turning heads with his low budget classic “El Mariachi” (financed largely by Rodriguez’ willingne...

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    Watch: New Trailer For 'Spy Kids: All The Time In The World' Demonstrates Aroma-Scope, Still Stinks

    With everyone and their mums shooting films in 3D these days, Robert Rodriguez, one of the first filmmakers to use the format, is going the extra mile for his re-boot/sequel to his family franchise, "Spy Kids: All The Time In The World" -- the film was promised to be in '4D,' and it emerged that tha...

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    'Spy Kids: All The Time In The World 4D' Will Be Brought To You In Aromascope

    Since 3D is a hit (sort of), why not bring back another gimmicky device that will also serve to act as yet another distraction to actually watching the movie you paid $13 to see?

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    Watch: Trailer For 'Spy Kids: All The Time In The World' Debuts In 4D, Or Something

    You can't say that Robert Rodriguez wasn't ahead of the curve when it came to the current 3D fad/revolution. The technology might have been primitive compared to what's being used these days, but 2003's "Spy Kids 3D: Game Over" was the first wide 3D release in literally decades, predating the work o...

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    Ricky Gervais Gets On All Fours For Voice Role In 'Spy Kids: All The Time In The World'

    Yes, the (very successful) "Spy Kids" franchise is still alive and kicking and another entry is on the way in what might be the most star-studded entry yet.

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    Which Summer Films Won't Make You Feel Like You've Been Lobotomized? The May-August Movies: Part 1

    Something's in the air. The days are getting longer. The weather's getting warmer. Your IQ is dropping by the day. That's right, it's the start of the summer movie season! The critical darlings that get you through the winter moments are a thing of the past, replaced by CGI-packed blockbusters, come...

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    More Summer Preview Pics: 'Transformers 3,' 'Bridesmaids,' 'Smurfs,' 'Pirates 4' & More

    Plus New Looks At 'Spy Kids 4,' 'Kung Fu Panda 2,' & 'The Change-Up'Alright, to keep it brief and short, Entertainment Weekly's Summer Preview issue is the gift that keeps on giving. We posted a bunch of photos earlier in the week (new looks at "Super 8," "Cowboys & Indians," “X-Men: First Class” an...

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    The Escapist & Potentially Entertaining Films Of 2011 - Part 2

    We won't lie. This is a mish-mash of leftover films. Not least anticipated, not fervently most anticipated. They are The Escapist (and umm, other films) that didn't quite fit in our other previous lists. They're a mix of indies that we're hoping to have quality performances in them and more traditional action-y, popcorn flicks that could be quality because of the directors or talent involved. You'll just have to read a little deeper to see how we feel about each. In case you missed it, here's part one.“The Cold Light of Day" - Summit - dir. Mabrouk El MechriSynopsis: A cocky young Wall Street trader is thrust into a government conspiracy whe...

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