Banderas Denies "Sin City 2" Gig

by | May 8, 2007 | Comments

Just because he’s worked with Robert Rodriguez a half-dozen times already, that doesn’t mean Antonio Banderas is a lock to appear in "Sin City 2" — despite what recent rumors have been suggesting.

From the mouth of Antonio: "People keep asking me about this, but I don’t know anything about it … But the way this man works, he will literally call me the night before and say, ‘Let’s do this movie.’ And I will do it. I’ve done six movies with him, and that is the way he works."

Mr. Banderas (who’s been asked the question a bunch of time on his "Shrek the Third" publicity tour) didn’t appear in the first "Sin City," so I’m wondering where all of these rumors (suddenly) came from. The actor expresses a lot of affection for the filmmaker who helped make him a movie star ("I would follow Robert Rodriguez into hell if he asked me to do it.") and says he’d definitely sign on for the sequel should the director need his help.

Rodriguez and Banderas previously worked together on "Spy Kids," "Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams," "Spy Kids 3-D," "Four Rooms," "Desperado," and "Once Upon a Time in Mexico."

Source: Sci-Fi Wire

Tag Cloud

Photos USA Network comedies worst movies joker cancelled TV shows A&E NBC police drama 2017 cancelled TV series Quiz Trophy Talk Superheroe Tomatazos CMT BET Awards Masterpiece San Diego Comic-Con sag awards GIFs Biopics Star Trek adaptation Shondaland biography Fox News facebook TIFF indiana jones dragons 4/20 Mindy Kaling venice science fiction singing competition Arrowverse SundanceTV a nightmare on elm street President cancelled television social media USA Summer directors technology ITV supernatural Binge Guide Britbox Mary poppins Election period drama Sci-Fi VH1 Creative Arts Emmys satire Pet Sematary 20th Century Fox miniseries Mary Poppins Returns Adult Swim Ellie Kemper game of thrones Brie Larson VOD BAFTA Peacock Holidays Character Guide Schedule The Purge Disney streaming service versus cops historical drama laika nature Turner worst Hallmark zombie Turner Classic Movies GLAAD 21st Century Fox comics toronto movies halloween witnail scary movies psychological thriller zero dark thirty elevated horror Comedy Central casting films hispanic Comics on TV A24 Crackle Warner Bros. diversity Horror Film RT21 Toys Rock Pop FOX slashers canceled LGBT OneApp DGA comic TV Land natural history DC Comics cults zombies Black History Month BBC One YouTube Red remakes Showtime festivals golden globes Disney Plus TV renewals Classic Film FX disaster critics Christmas Netflix Christmas movies Pixar Fall TV Teen 2016 Logo Mudbound TBS Kids & Family Discovery Channel Action crime Rocketman twilight Endgame 71st Emmy Awards Trailer DC Universe ratings all-time serial killer Acorn TV Holiday cooking Winners sequel TCA Winter 2020 WGN chucky TruTV cats Mystery finale MTV werewolf Premiere Dates Emmy Nominations Comedy scorecard FX on Hulu Baby Yoda cartoon space Epix screenings romantic comedy CNN Chernobyl harry potter robots Disney Comic Book what to watch 72 Emmy Awards Family mutant stand-up comedy Academy Awards HBO Max crossover teaser Marathons Hear Us Out stoner foreign adventure animated The Arrangement TCA 2017 canceled TV shows 2015 TLC DC streaming service Amazon Prime CBS Sony Pictures YouTube Western Spectrum Originals dc Best and Worst IFC APB Starz Fantasy IFC Films Polls and Games Cosplay Nickelodeon Podcast ESPN Amazon strong female leads Awards tv talk WarnerMedia asian-american Film Festival game show Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Television Critics Association LGBTQ quibi First Reviews christmas movies cars Disney Channel Marvel MCU Superheroes Syfy Netflix FXX renewed TV shows spider-man theme song Reality Food Network boxoffice Vudu Universal Grammys video Tumblr breaking bad screen actors guild ghosts south america blockbuster Set visit CW Seed NYCC Disney+ Disney Plus HBO Television Academy Tarantino superhero Pride Month Lucasfilm spain true crime CBS All Access reboot Box Office DirecTV 2018 Interview die hard composers Country Lifetime Christmas movies The CW Hallmark Christmas movies Video Games rotten movies we love ABC Family Bravo streaming Winter TV Women's History Month toy story spanish language YA Apple political drama Martial Arts franchise Sundance anthology criterion nfl award winner Ovation discovery Marvel Television travel Amazon Studios green book universal monsters 007 mission: impossible Elton John 2019 Animation documentary Watching Series kids Crunchyroll Musical comiccon Rocky Year in Review batman SXSW VICE BBC America war Columbia Pictures romance E! football SDCC richard e. Grant hollywood Spike Cannes documentaries El Rey History Valentine's Day GoT E3 mockumentary Opinion First Look talk show reviews Lifetime blaxploitation politics doctor who Sundance TV Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Travel Channel Infographic transformers book thriller Paramount aliens emmy awards Extras independent Tubi unscripted justice league vampires Avengers free movies Cartoon Network crime thriller cancelled Spring TV psycho nbcuniversal sports hist Musicals children's TV ABC 45 Lionsgate rotten stop motion Nat Geo anime spy thriller jamie lee curtis PaleyFest MSNBC Freeform Calendar See It Skip It TCA concert cinemax Sundance Now Reality Competition Awards Tour PBS TCA Awards movie Oscars TV Music Pirates Hulu Writers Guild of America Dark Horse Comics obituary Thanksgiving binge Star Wars series Funimation TCM Mary Tyler Moore sequels dramedy dceu television Drama Esquire indie medical drama Apple TV Plus Nominations parents Black Mirror Captain marvel AMC American Society of Cinematographers Certified Fresh The Walking Dead docudrama PlayStation Ghostbusters Marvel Studios Song of Ice and Fire BET best name the review Heroines Shudder latino Red Carpet dogs spinoff The Witch fast and furious YouTube Premium RT History HBO Go festival Paramount Network TNT dark X-Men National Geographic Super Bowl Anna Paquin news child's play Sneak Peek video on demand classics New York Comic Con crime drama Pop TV OWN BBC Amazon Prime Video Emmys 24 frames Trivia revenge Stephen King Apple TV+ sitcom Countdown Rom-Com 2020 Walt Disney Pictures based on movie