Michelle Rodriguez News
1:43 PM 4/1/2015 by Senh Duong
First things first: Paul Walker would be proud of this. It’s an action franchise that will please its huge and ever-growing fanbase. He gets to go two rounds with Thai martial arts star Tony Jaa and gets the last laugh. Not a bad way to go. Overall, Walker’s scenes are quite seamless.
thewrap.com – Michelle Rodriguez is calling “Fast and Furious 7” the “roughest shoot” of her career, and hopes it makes Paul Walker proud. “15 years later Ride or Die through thick and thin we finally finished the hardest emotional roller coaster, #FF7,” Rodriguez wrote on Facebook on Thursday after the production wrapped reshoots. 1 year 49 weeks ago via jetli
8:01 PM 10/11/2013 by Logan Falk
It is a rare thing for a big production to earn a rating over 90% from the often-harsh critics of Rotten Tomatoes; last weekend, Gravity received this singular honor. Today, moviegoers will witness something even rarer—the same phenomenon two weekends in a row.
8:04 PM 8/24/2013 by Senh Duong
I’m sure you’ve heard by now, if you’re not too busy ranting about Ben Affleck as the new Batman, that Thai action star Tony Jaa will make his American debut in Jame Wan’s “Fast & Furious 7.” That’s great news to action fans. We’ll get to see him in his prime in a huge Hollywood production -- unlike Jackie Chan and Jet Li, both of whom had already done a gazillion films and broken every bone in their bodies before taking on Hollywood.
shocktillyoudrop.com – Open Road Films has released this new sizzle reel for Robert Rodriguez's Machete Kills featuring Michelle Rodriguez's Shé in the October 4 release. If you missed the recently-released Demián Bichir poster, you can check that out here as well. 2 years 48 weeks ago via theothersenhman
moviesblog.mtv.com – We already know that the runway from the end of "Fast & Furious 6" was impossibly long, but how did they make it look so damn real? Find out in a behind-the-scenes featurette below. Also, get your first look at Robert De Niro, family man, in today's Dailies! » "The Intership" might be the biggest hit of 2005. 3 years 3 weeks ago via jackiechan
2:47 PM 5/30/2013 by Jeff Giles
Sequels, by law, are supposed to be bigger and, well, more than their predecessors. A person could be forgiven for thinking there's no way Robert Rodriguez could possibly out-Machete the original Machete, but that person would still be wrong, and the proof lies in this gonzo clip for the upcoming Machete Kills.
6:00 PM 5/24/2013 by Jeff Giles