Sharkboy & Lavagirl to return in new Netflix film, Robert Rodriguez says

Sharkboy & Lavagirl to return in new Netflix movie, Robert Rodriguez says

Robert Rodriguez is consistently bouncing between hyper-violent motion motion pictures and kid-themed adventures, with Alita: Battle Angel hanging out someplace in-between. His newest movie We Can Be Heroes, which is heading to Netflix someday within the close to future, falls extra on the youngsters facet and it’s going to incorporate an Easter egg for his longtime followers: the return of Sharkboy and Lavagirl.

Sharkboy and Lavagirl had been the celebrities of Rodriguez’s 2005 youngsters film, The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3D. The movie was met with poor reception when it first got here out, however has since gained a kind of cult following among the many youngsters who grew up watching it. But like these youngsters, the characters of Sharkboy and Lavagirl have grown up … which is precisely how they discover their means into Rodriguez’s new movie.

We Can Be Heroes (which can or might not be an precise sequel to The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3D) will comply with a gaggle of super-powered youngsters whose superhero dad and mom have mysteriously vanished. With their dad and mom gone, it’s as much as the youngsters to avoid wasting the world — sure, technically this is similar plot as Spy Kids. Among the film’s super-powered dad and mom are Sharkboy and Lavagirl, whose youngster has a mixture of each shark and lava powers.

It’s unclear if each of Rodriguez’s previous characters will seem within the film or not, however he did be aware that solely Lavagirl has a talking function. On the opposite hand, Sharkboy and Lavagirl had been initially performed by Taylor Lautner and Taylor Dooley respectively, so it most likely wouldn’t have been too exhausting to e-book time of their schedules.

Rodriguez dropped the tease of Sharkboy and Lavagirl’s return on Wednesday afternoon throughout Collider’s [email protected] “Directors on Directing” panel, which included Tron Legacy director Joseph Kosinski and Jurassic World’s Colin Trevorrow as nicely. Rodriguez spent a lot of the panel reflecting on his experiences making youngsters motion pictures and even dropped a touch {that a} attainable Spy Kids reboot might be on the way in which sooner or later.

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