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Machete Kills Trailer Shoots Online
UPDATE: Now with added Michelle Rodriguez poster

31 May 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Yahoo

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If you’re looking for nuanced character-based entertainment, you could always watch the trailer for August: Osage County again. But if you’re a fan of the Mexpolitation madness that Robert Rodriguez showcased in Machete, you’re going to have a blast with the teaser for the sequel, Machete Kills.

In this explosive and typically OTT promo, Danny Trejo’s ex-Federale is hanging around when he’s asked by the President (Charlie Sheen, credited here by his birth name, Carlos Estevez) to track down a revolutionary and crazed arms dealer named Voz (Mel Gibson), who has plans to send a weapon into space.

Returning from the first film are Michelle Rodriguez, Jessica Alba, and Rodriguez’ nieces-in-law, Electra and Elise Avellan, with new faces including Sofia Vergara (sporting a weaponised bra), Amber Heard, Vanessa Hudgens, Cuba Gooding Jr, Marko Zuror, William Sadler, Lady Gaga and Demian Bichir. Rodriguez has also rounded up some former collaborators, with Alexa Vega and Antonio Banderas present and correct.

The first Machete promised a lot and didn’t quite deliver despite some outstanding moments, so let’s hope this one gets the ratio of fun-to-madness right. Or at least goes so loco that it’s a riotous watch. It’s set for a September 13 release in the States, but there’s no word on a UK date just yet.


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finally
at least its not another comic book movie! i'll watch it More

Posted by leroythemasochist at 06:02 on 02 June 2013 | Report This Post

the first one was total shit. lets hope this one is better More

Posted by NeoBrowser at 05:28 on 01 June 2013 | Report This Post

You forgot to mention...
...Mel fracking Gibson! More

Posted by kielerkai at 21:39 on 31 May 2013 | Report This Post

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Posted by topdiablo3 at 04:29 on 31 May 2013 | Report This Post

There's barely not ONE memorable moment / hint of a "scene" in the whole trailer... More

Posted by Toursiveu at 01:54 on 31 May 2013 | Report This Post

Charlie Sheen, sorry Carlos Estevez, was and always will be President of The Republic of Crazy. I like the way Rodriguez and Tarantino give old stars a shot again. David Soul is due some career rehab. Perhaps he can be in Machete III. More

Posted by BenTramer at 22:41 on 30 May 2013 | Report This Post

What happened to Robert Rodriguez?
His early work was that of a young virtuoso - inventive, fun, lean - he had the potential to be a really special filmmaker. Instead ever since Sin City he has been on a spirling journey up his own backside. After 'Grindhouse' Tarantino learned from his mistake and move on, Rodriguez has gone further down the rabbit hole... Seriously how many times of these fun but forgettable B-movie expolitation flicks are we going to have to endure before he tries something challenging again? I enjoy Danny Tre More

Posted by johnny5_fitz at 20:22 on 30 May 2013 | Report This Post

What happened to Robert Rodriguez?
His early work was that of a young virtuoso - inventive, fun, lean - he had the potential to be a really special filmmaker. Instead ever since Sin City he has been on a spirling journey up his own backside. After 'Grindhouse' Tarantino learned from his mistake and move on, Rodriguez has gone further down the rabbit hole... Seriously how many times of these fun but forgettable B-movie expolitation flicks are we going to have to endure before he tries something challenging again? I enjoy Danny Tre More

Posted by johnny5_fitz at 20:20 on 30 May 2013 | Report This Post

Can't wait, looks great! But Lady Gaga, seriously? Can't stand her/him.. More

Posted by Chronicle at 19:25 on 30 May 2013 | Report This Post

Solid Entertainment
The first was trashy fun, so with Mr. Rodriguez in the director chair for this one, the action should at least be inventive! More

Posted by Iago 1979 at 19:20 on 30 May 2013 | Report This Post

Damm looks like the bar of madness may have been pushed a little higher, I'm in. More

Posted by durelius at 19:17 on 30 May 2013 | Report This Post

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