Director Robert Rodriquez has formed his own independent film company, Variety is reporting. Quick Draw films will finance and produce action-oriented projects; Rodriguez will direct or produce each one. Rodriguez’s latest directorial effort, Machete, has grossed $26.6 million in two months of release; his next project, Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World, is set for release next year.
Posted November 1 2010 — 4:47 PM EDT
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