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Nov19

“We Can Be Heroes” Official Teaser

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Netflix has released the official We Can Be Heroes teaser trailer, which previews the new Robert Rodriguez film coming to the streaming service on January 1, 2021.

When alien invaders kidnap Earth’s superheroes, their kids are whisked away to a government safe house. But whip-smart tween Missy Moreno (Yaya Gosselin) will stop at nothing to rescue her superhero dad, Marcus Moreno (Pedro Pascal). Missy teams up with the rest of the superkids to escape their mysterious government babysitter, Ms. Granada (Priyanka Chopra Jonas). If they’re going to save their parents, they’ll have to work together by using their individual powers — from elasticity to time control to predicting the future — and form an out-of-this-world team. Full of action and heart.

Robert Rodriguez (Spy Kids) is back behind the camera for his next attempt at a kids classic. Someone find Danny Trejo.

EW: Movie studios can’t get Robert Rodriguez on the phone fast enough these days. That’s straight from the 52-year-old filmmaker himself, on a recent call with EW, discussing his upcoming action-hero tale We Can Be Heroes. Rodriguez’s previous films make for ideal family-night-in viewing (okay, maybe not Machete), including the four-film blockbuster series Spy Kids and 2005’s The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D. Bottom line: Rodriguez knows how to keep families on the couch — and in 2020, the industry is taking note.

“A lot of families have spent a lot of time together,” the Texas native says of the circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. “I’ve been getting calls from all kinds of studios: ‘Reboot Spy Kids.’ ‘Reboot Sharkboy.’ Of course they want to. They’re all sitting at home with their kids.”

Rodriguez’s next film, We Can Be Heroes — all but designed to hold youngsters’ attention (a superpower in itself) and set in the Sharkboy universe — answers that call. Starring Pedro Pascal, Christian Slater, and Boyd Holbrook as members of a superhero team called the Heroics, the movie begins with the group kidnapped and their kids left to try to save them (and the world). Young Missy (YaYa Gosselin), who has not yet discovered her powers, gets to know her fellow child superheroes: One can predict the future; another, named Facemaker, has the ability to, well, change his face. “[For] a kid, that’s an amazing power,” says Rodriguez. “What if you could become anyone else?”

Eleven children, all very rough around the edges as far as controlling their abilities, band together; it’s a collective learning process. “I love casting. I take finding the right people very seriously,” Rodriguez says. “Find the people who can bring some magic to it and surprise me with what they bring.”

Among the kidnapped parents is Pascal’s Marcus Moreno, Missy’s father and a superhero on the verge of retirement. “I’ve wanted to work with Pedro since forever,” Rodriguez says. “[Marcus] can be a badass if he needs to. He takes the glasses off, and he looks legit.”

So could We Can Be Heroes be considered a spiritual sequel to Sharkboy? “It could be,” Rodriguez cryptically teases. Just keep your eyes to the sky. Or your Netflix queue.

DEALINE: Robert Rodriguez’s upcoming superhero pic We Can Be Heroes has justed added a flood of talent to their robust ensemble. Pedro Pascal (Narcos, Wonder Woman 1984), Christian Slater (Mr. Robot, The Wife), YaYa Gosselin (FBI Most Wanted, The Purge) and Akira Akbar (Captain Marvel, This Is Us) are set for the movie which is currently shooting in Texas.

The pic follows the children of Earth’s superheroes after their parents have been kidnapped by alien invaders. The children must team up and learn to work together if they want to save their parents and the world.

In addition to Slater, Gosselin, Akbar and the previously announced Priyanka Chopra-Jonas, the pic will also feature Andrew Diaz, Andy Walken (The Kids are Alright, A Christmas Story Live!), Boyd Holbrook (Logan), Hala Finley (Man with a Plan, Backroads) Isaiah Russell-Bailey (Family Reunion, SWAT), Lotus Blossom (Magic Max), Lyon Daniels (Patriot), Nathan Blair (Best. Worst. Weekend. Ever.), Sung Kang (Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift, Better Luck Tomorrow),Vivien Lyra Blair (Bird Box, Waco), Adriana Barraza (Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Babel, Cake, Penny Dreadful), Brittany Perry-Russell (13 Reasons Why), Christopher McDonald (Mr. Iglesias, Wetlands), J. Quinton Johnson (Everybody Wants Some!!, Last Flag Flying, Dirty Dancing), Haley Reinhart (Step Up Revolution, F is For Family) and Dylan Henry Lau (Fresh Off The Boat).

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