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Netflix Lands New ‘Spy Kids’ Movie With Robert Rodriguez Back as Director

The Spy Kids franchise is headed to Netflix. The streaming giant is partnering with Robert Rodriguez, the filmmaker who created the family action-comedy movie series, to relaunch and reimagine the property for a new generation. Rodriguez will write, direct and produce the new feature project for the streaming service, Netflix announced Wednesday, with news coming […]

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in December

Netflix is removing a number of films and TV shows from its streaming library this December. Movies leaving the platform this month include dramas The Theory of Everything and Lee Daniels’ The Butler, both of which will disappear in the middle of the month on Dec. 15. The 2014 biographical romantic drama Theory of Everything […]

Netflix’s New Releases Coming in October 2021

Netflix is scaring up a whole new list of films and TV shows, in addition to its regular new rotation of existing shows and movies. New Netflix original films dropping on the streamer in October include The Guilty. Based on a 2018 Danish film and starring Jake Gyllenhaal, this nearly one-man show sees a cop […]

‘Spy Kids’ Director Robert Rodriguez to Relaunch Film Franchise

Spy Kids creator Robert Rodriguez is partnering with Skydance Media and Spyglass Media Group to relaunch the family movie franchise.

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in April

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix next month.

How ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Secured Clip Clearances to Re-create 1969

Every clip in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' went through the hands of Loren Roberts, who shares how he tracked down radio broadcasts languishing in garages to securing the rights from Warner Bros. to 'The F.B.I.'

‘Spy Kids’ Star Alexa Vega on ‘Owning My Sexuality’ for New ‘Machete Kills’ Role

The actress talks to THR about her provocative role in Robert Rodriguez's upcoming movie and what it means for her career.

Box Office Report: ‘The Help’ Beats Four New Films

'Spy Kids: All The Time in the World,' 'Conan the Barbarian,' 'Fright Night,' 'One Day' no match for 'The Help' and 'Rise of the Apes.'

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D: What Critics Say

The Jessica Alba-Joel McHale film "simply entertains at a basic level without leaving a lasting impression," writes one critic.

Filmula’s Johnny Lin secures Taiwan rights to Miramax titles (Exclusive)

News comes as Lin prepares to head to Cannes with his "Queen of Hearts."