Photo: Dimension Films"The 'Spy Kids' series has really just kind of been scrappily innovative," director Robert Rodriguez told me recently. And indeed it's true. "Spy Kids 2" was one of the first mainstream movies to be shot in high-definition video back in 2002. Now, of course, HD is an industry standard. Rodriguez's 2003 follow-up, "Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over," was the first 3D flick made in 20 years, which for better or worse, presaged cinema's current 3D boom.
So for the fourth movie in the franchise, "Spy Kids: All the Time in the World," Rodriguez wanted to mix it up a bit.
"If we are going to come back with [a fourth movie], we can't just come back and just do 3D again. We might as well go one louder, go to 11."Read More »from Director Robert Rodriguez Talks About Making ‘Spy Kids’ in Aromascope