From Dusk Till Dawn
Just a few days after finding out that Wilmer Valderrama has joined the cast of "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series," playing the role of an enigmatic crime lord named Carlos, the actor posted a photo on his Instagram account, teasing that production is officially under way on the series.
El Rey Network awakens the renegade in everyone. Created and curated by Robert Rodriguez and his collective, it's unfiltered, kick-ass entertainment, as you'll see from this new promo for the channel, which launches in December 2013.
Another familiar face has signed on for Robert Rodriguez’s highly anticipated "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series," premiering on El Rey Network early next year. Read on for all the details.
The upcoming show "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" has just been injected with a whole lot of new talent, including Robert Patrick, who battled vamps in the film's first sequel. Read on to learn about all the new additions!
Horror movies have been getting turned into TV shows left and right in the last couple of years, and we learned earlier this year that From Dusk Till Dawn is next up on the chopping block. But who will be filling the roles that George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino made famous back in 1996?
We told you back in May that Robert Rodriguez was bringing a series version of his famed film From Dusk Till Dawn to the small screen, and word has come via Production Weekly's Twitter account that the project will begin filming in October!
There are still some of us out there who haven't quite recovered from the painful boners brought about by Santanico Pandemonium's snake dancing scene from the original 1996 flick From Dusk Till Dawn, though the insipid sequels definitely helped. However, we may just be getting cursed again.
The first of the Miramax Echo Bridge Entertainment horror releases are set to hit Blu-ray soon, and we couldn't be happier ... Well, actually we could as we're getting a mediocre Part 2 to a storied franchise before we get the classic original.
If we revisit the score cards ... there's been one great From Dusk Till Dawn flick, one crappy one, and one okay one; and there's really never been a good Amityville movie except for Part II, which is delightfully sleazy. So can more sequels fix the problems both of these franchises have? We shall see! From the Press Release