These days, all the directors of big films love
taking questions. Hell, Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg make an entirely
new clip for each question answered. Well, Robert Rodriguez is jumping on
board to answer questions asked in a forum setup by Newsweek/ MSNBC/ Washington
Post. Talk about getting groups together.
Rodriguez Answers questions
Now, I'm not exactly sure on what questions you
can ask, but I don't think asking him how much he enjoyed making Spy
Kids is the correct approach. Considering that Sin
City is only a week away, better keep the questions up
to date and on point.
Here is what MSNBC has to say on the matter:
Director Robert Rodriguez ("Spy Kids," "From
Dusk Till Dawn") was so set on making a movie version of Frank Miller's
ultraviolent graphic novel "Sin City" that he invited the author to a test
shoot in Austin. Miller caved. When he arrived, he found actor Josh Hartnett
and a fully rigged set waiting for him. "This was no damn test," Miller
recalls. "This was the first day of principle photography." And so "Sin
City"--starring Bruce Willis, Clive Owen, Benicio Del Toro, Mickey Rourke
and what seems like the past six cover models of Maxim magazine--was made.
It's gory stuff, but it's also a visually arresting blitzkrieg with action
so bare-knuckled you'll leave the theater spitting out teeth...
So go start asking questions by heading over to MSNBC.
For the trailers, movie clips, movie stills, and a first-look, go to the
Sin City Movie