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What To Know About the New “Spy Kids” Reboot

The teaser trailer for the new film Spy Kids: Armageddon has finally made its long-awaited release. Created by Netflix, the new film will be similar to the original films. The movie follows two children, Tony and Patty, who don’t know their parents are spies. The kids then have to rescue their parents once they get in trouble. They go on an impossible mission in the wake of their parents’ secret. In this rendition, Tony and Patty accidentally help an evil game developer create a virus. This virus gives him control of all the world’s technology. In the end, Tony and Patty have to save their parents, and the world as they know it. 

Directed by Robert Rodriguez, who directed the previous films, the new reboot will star Zachary Levi, Gina Rodriguez, Billy Magnussen, and D.J. Cotrona. The film will also introduce the new young stars Connor Esterson and Everly Carganilla as Tony and Patty. The director himself is also making a cameo appearance. While the film has a September release date, it was originally supposed to come out in January of 2021. However, COVID-19 slowed the filming process down. The film didn’t end up finishing until August of last year. Now, its official release date is September 22, 2023.

While the franchise was popular for a time, it waned after a few years. This resulted in Netflix having to cancel Spy Kids: Mission Critical, an animated Spy Kids series, after two years. As Rodriguez wants to give it another shot, he told People that he wanted to create “a bonding experience for families.” Along with the experience, Rodriguez updated the budget considerably, giving the film better special effects and a better use of tech. With the director’s efforts on hand, hopefully, the reboot lives up to its great promises. It’ll be bringing back another classic series for all ages.

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