Shazam! Star Zachary Levy and Jane the VirginKi has joined the cast of Gina Rodriguez Spy Kids, the upcoming reboot of Robert Rodriguez’s beloved kids-action franchise. The pair will play parents to the new Spy Kids family, which will feature Everly Carganilla and Conor Esterson in Titanic Kids. The film comes from Spyglass Entertainment, which is produced by the Scream reboot who not only has a sequel to that movie coming out, but a Hellraiser The reboot is coming to Hulu next year. Rodriguez, who alternates between family fares like Spy Kids And Sharkboy and Lava Girl and adult entertainment sin city And el mariachioBringing this project to Netflix.
Netflix is working with Rodriguez on this we can be Heroesa follow-up to Sharkboy and Lava Girl, The project has become a huge hit for the streaming giant since its release in
“All these years, by far, my most crazy fans have been my kid movies. Spy Kids Viewers,” Rodriguez previously shared at Cinema-Con. “These kids watch those movies over and over because they’re action movies made for kids and families, especially in times when they need empowerment. netflix came to me [for We Can Be Heroes] Because Spy Kids The movies had done so well on his service. He said ‘Can you make a series of films that do this?’ And I said, ‘I’d love to!'”
the original Spy Kids The film was released 20 years ago, and surprised moviegoers by earning $112 million at the domestic box office. The film starred Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino, Alexa Pea Vega, Daryl Sabara, Alan Cumming, Tony Shalhoub, Teri Hatcher, Cheech Marin and Danny Trejo. in fact, it was Spy Kids that launched Rodriguez’s hyper-violent an axe movies in which Trejo sees himself repeating Spy Kids character in a very different way.
This isn’t the only upcoming project between Netflix and Rodriguez. Last year it was announced that the director is working on a sequel to we can be Heroes For streaming site.
“They’re amazed at how well it’s doing. They call it Invincible,” Rodriguez said. collider When talking about Netflix. “They’ve never seen a movie behave like this. It just won’t stop. Kids won’t stop watching it. And I guess it happened to them.” spy kid movies, but you can never keep track of it, because you can’t tell how often kids watch it on a VCR or watch it on the Disney Channel. But now with their metrics they can tell how many times a family is watching something over and over again, by completing it. At times when it was a big opening weekend, it didn’t mean that people actually watched the entire film. That means they watched for five minutes or more.”
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