Robert Rodriguez
Film Review
Only a man who appeared in both "Gone Girl" and the Dunkin' Donuts memes could sell this delightfully nonsensical plot.
Robert Rodriguez directs the surreal psychological thriller, out May 12.
SXSW: The Ben Affleck thriller was presented as a special "work-in-progress" screening, and the director had some surprises in store for the crowd.
Two decades after the release of Rodriguez's "Spy Kids," Netflix announced the franchise will be reimagined by the writer-director.
Filling in gaps of a cult favorite's backstory — and time between "Mandalorian" seasons — reads like gratuitous padding in this unimaginative debut.
The home video starred Rodriguez's children dressed in "Star Wars" Halloween costumes.
Pedro Pascal, Sung Kang, and Priyanka Chopra lead a low-budget, high-energy, anti-Trump Netflix superhero movie for very young children.
Robert Rodriguez wanted to cast Hayek, but the studio forced her to go through the audition process.
The director talked Latino representation on Thursday during a Comic-Con@Home panel.
Fans raised money for the banner and extra donations were given to Open Bionics, a company that develops prosthetic limbs for amputees.
"Alita: Battle Angel" was one of the last movies released by 20th Century Fox before the Disney merger. Will the Mouse House continue the franchise?
SXSW: As the filmmaker prepares to screen another $7,000 feature and a new docuseries, he reflected on the arc of his career to date.
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