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Sylvester Stallone Talks Directing, The Montage And Getting Rocky Made

El Rey Network has made the upcoming episode of Robert Rodriguez‘s interview series, The Director’s Chair available for free via its Facebook page. His guest is actor/writer/director Sylvester Stallone. The pair discuss Stallone’s work as a director on the majority of the Rocky sequels, The Expendables and his first directorial effort, Paradise Alley. They also […]

Robert Rodriguez To Direct Battle Angel Alita

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Desperado director Robert Rodriguez is in talks to direct James Cameron‘s Battle Angel Alita. The Aliens director had been developing Battle Angel along side a number of projects, including Avatar, since the turn of the century. The project, based on the manga series, centers on “a female cyborg that is […]

Robert Rodriguez’s Fire And Ice Remake Heads To Sony

According to Deadline, we have a positive story featuring Sony for the first time in weeks. The studio has made a deal that gives them Robert Rodriguez’s upcoming live-action remake of Fire And Ice. The original animated film was by Ralph Bakshi and legendary artist Frank Frazetta based on Frazetta’s artwork. Sony hopes to use the […]

Exclusive Clip Of From Dusk Till Dawn Season One

Season one of From Dusk Till Dawn television series hits stores September 22nd on DVD and we have an exclusive clip called Prison Life. The series which runs on the El Rey network… which is also the destination that the Gecko brothers are headed… ran for ten episodes this year and has already been renewed […]

Swipe File: Red Sonja And Red Reaper

Okay, the bottom bit of the Swipe File always talks about how Bleeding Cool doesn’t judge regarding swipes. How we understand that they are often part of the creative process. And we let you judge. But this one? Let’s just say it’s an interesting one. In 2008, Robert Rodriguez was looking at a Red Sonja […]

Mickey Rourke Is Not A Marvel Fan

Mickey Rourke was on Late Night With Seth Meyers talking about Sin City: A Dame To Kill For and let it be known he isn’t exactly a Marvel fan. But he is a fan of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. [youtube][/youtube]

B Footage From Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

Here we have some B-footage from the upcoming Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. This footage of course is against green screen, but it’s interesting to see how the film was shot. The film stars Josh Brolin, Jessica Alba, Eva Green, Mickey Rourke and Rosario Dawson and hits theaters August 22nd. [youtube][/youtube] [youtube][/youtube]

First Clip From Sin City 2 Gives Rosario Dawson Some Flirting To Do

This clip from Sin City: A Dame to Kill For premiered on Jimmy Fallon’s show last night. This is the best version I could rustle up on YouTube. It might not seem like the best clip to drop first, but Rosario Dawson was Fallon’s guest and it does very much revolve around her. [youtube][/youtube] The prevalence […]

The Sin City Cinema Display Is Now Online, And I Bet This Becomes A Thing

The marketeers behind Sin City: A Dame to Kill for have innovated in bringing online a nice, official look at the ‘standee’ or cinema display for their movie. This is after they released GIFs in place of images a few weeks back – if, disappointingly, not exclusive GIFs but things we’d already seen in video. […]

First Trailer For The TV Series Version Of From Dusk Till Dawn

Fargo isn’t the only greta 90s movie getting a TV do-over this year, with From Dusk Till Dawn providing Robert Rodriguez‘s new El Ray Network with what should be, I think, its first proper draw. Everybody has been recast, by the looks of things. I think we’ll soon get over that – but will the […]

Actress Alex Vega To Release Digital Comic Suicide Layne

Alexa Vega (Machete Kills, Sin City 2) is set to release a new digital comic series called Suicide Layne from Kickstart Comics (not to be confused with Kickstarter). Vega came up with character while she was working as a child actress on the set of movies like Spy Kids. She was encouraged at the time to […]