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Rodriguez Brings Terror
Grind cast grows

29 March 2006  |  Written by   |  Source: CHUD.Com

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It’s a good thing that Freddy Rodriguez got used to dealing with bodies while working on Six Feet Under. Because he’ll soon have to battle marauding zombies.

He’s joining the cast of Robert Rodriguez’ half of Grind, his planned exploit-o-thon with Quentin Tarantino. Freddy will appear in Project Terror, which sees a sheriff’ department tackling an outbreak of infected types, or “sickos”.

Already in the cast are Michael Biehn Josh Brolin and Marley Shelton. And Rodriguez (that’s Freddie, not Robert - they’re not related) has already been honing his disaster skills in Poseidon, which opens in June.

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Michael Biehn's in it, nuff said More

Posted by Grover at 19:08 on 29 March 2006 | Report This Post

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QT's Death Proof thing sounds a bit shite, but RR seems to have gotten the idea right. then again QT probably reckons he has all that covered by producing Hostel More

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He was brilliant in "Six Feet Under", and efinitely has the charisma to carry this off. And there can never be too much Marley Shelton in cinema. More

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RR's half sounds like its gonna be great. Read plot details for QT's half on AintItCool yesterday and it sounds kinda lame. I really hope this is Dusk Til Dawn, not Four Rooms... More

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