Spy Kids 4 Has A Release Date

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Robert Rodriguez recently revealed his intention to reboot his own Spy Kids franchise. Now, Dimension Films has officially announced an August 19, 2011 release date. It will be entitled Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World, even though the cast will be entirely new. Rodriguez told Coming Soon this reboot would have “different kids, not the old kids.”

Rodriguez is keeping himself busy as producer for the upcoming Predators remake and director of Machete. He has been open about his love for the Spy Kids franchise, commenting on the adoration of families for his work and his passion to continue to produce enjoyable material for adults and kids.

2011 will be quite the year for family-friendly blockbuster sequels, with Kung Fu Panda: The Kaboom of Doom, Cars 2: World Grand Prix, Transformers 3 (arguably family friendly), Harry Potters and the Deathly Hallows: Part II, Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World, Happy Feet 2, and Alvin and the Chipmunks 3D.

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Does the world need this reboot? Is it good to give the kids a new recurring franchise as Harry Potter winds down? Share your thoughts below.

Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World is officially set for an August 19, 2011 theatrical release, even though filming has yet to begin.

Source: Coming Soon

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  1. So finally Spy Kids 4 is gonna release in near future. While i think even this will most likely change as time goes on, we can at least mark our calendars with more certainty than ever before. Rodriguez has this to say about the project.

    smart lipo

  2. I like the Spy Kids movies. I guess the kids are too old to star in them now or something?

  3. Wow this is awesome news. I remember that I watch the move Spy Kid 3 from many years ago. I am eagerly waiting for the next one.

  4. okay.

    first, WHAT.

    it’d better have sabara in it or i won’t be watching. not even for nostalgic value.

    second, Deathly Hallows isn’t going to be family-friendly, you haven’t read it, have you.

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