You know, after watching "Weeds", you can't say that he didn't have it coming. I mean, the way he treated poor Nancy? The mother of his child? It's no wonder tha... huh? That was just a TV show? Oh well then. That changes everything.
The second film in the unlikely Machete franchise, Machete Kills, is coming along quite nicely. Especially with the return of everyone's favorite one-eyed Latina badass. Dig it!
Starring David Arquette, Salma Hayek, John Hawkes, William Sadler Directed by Robert Rodriguez Distributed by Echo Bridge Entertainment
Everyone and their grandmothers seem to be piling on the Mel Gibson hate-fueled bandwagon nowadays. That's okay, though, because Gibson is a tough sonovabitch, and lord knows he hasn't been this entertaining in years. Next up for the troubled actor....
More news has slipped out with regard to Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, including some familiar faces that will be returning, and of course we have it all for you right here!
With a start date for Machete Kills drawing closer and closer, it was only a matter of time before the casting news started rolling in, and it's starting with some regulars.
The official word on the long awaited sequel to Sin City, now known as Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, has finally come; and we have your first details right here. Dig it!
More talk of Sin City 2 has come out of Austin's SXSW Film Festival, and it looks like the project is closer than ever to actually happening. Read on for the latest.
More eye candy coming out of the EFM, this time for Robert Rodriguez's return to the land of the ultra-violent anti-hero, Machete Kills. Check it out!
Apparently people are still clamoring for a sequel to Machete because Robert Rodriguez is teaming with producer Alexander Rodnyansky for Machete Kills with an eye toward an April start date. And they're not stopping there either; the plan is for a trilogy.
Predators came incredibly close to being the movie we were all hoping that it would be. Unfortunately, it just missed the mark. We've all been waiting patiently for an update on a possible sequel, and thankfully it's finally come.
Let's face it. There's just never a wrong time to watch Sin City. It's brimming with everything we love ... killers, mutants, hot chicks, and that sweet, sweet violence! That's why we're really looking forward to its sequel. Speaking of which ...
Robert Rodriguez is ready to follow up the fourth chapter in his Spy Kids saga with a little more spice. Namely a horror flick that turns the food chain on its head, Blood in the Salsa!
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Robert Rodriguez Talks Sin City 2, Heavy Metal, Machete 2, Frank Frazetta and More
If there is one guy who seems to be giving Guillermo del Toro a run for his money in the “projects in the works” category, it would have to be writer/director/producer Robert Rodriguez.
Who isn't looking forward to a good old fashioned zombie apocalypse? Carnage! Free stuff! Hot lead! The only drawback is you need to stay off of their friggin' menu!