August 21, 2014
Robert Rodriguez's 10 Best Movies
Since breaking into Hollywood in 1992 with his low-budget masterpiece El Mariachi, Robert Rodriguez has done it all -- and not only in terms of his eclectic filmography, which includes action, sci-fi, horror, comedy, and family-friendly thrills. He's also one of the most hands-on filmmakers in the studio system, assuming editing, composing, and cinematography duties on top of directing, writing, and production. Given all that, we felt it was only right that we honor Rodriguez's work on the long-awaited Sin City sequel A Dame to Kill For by taking a look back at some of the brightest critical highlights from his career. It's time for Total Recall!
May 8, 2007
Banderas Denies "Sin City 2" Gig
Just because he's worked with Robert Rodriguez a half-dozen times already, that doesn't mean Antonio Banderas is a lock to appear in "Sin City 2" -- despite what recent rumors have been suggesting.
January 5, 2006
Gugino Accepts "Museum" Duty
The lovely Carla Gugino, who made one heck of an impression last year with her "Sin City" performance, will soon star opposite Ben Stiller in Shawn Levy's live-action/CGI comedy "Night at the Museum," a project that's brewing over at 20th Century Fox.
July 19, 2005
Fry & Serkis Sign Up to Be "Stormbreakers"
Andy "Gollum" Serkis and Stephen Fry are only the latest actors to sign on for the teen spy flick "Stormbreaker," says The Hollywood Reporter. Based on the series of books by Anthony Horowitz, "Stormbreaker" is about a reluctant teenage spy who, of course, gets into all sorts of wild adventures.