Spy Kids: All the Time in the World hits theaters this weekend, and we recently chatted with the director and creator of the series, Robert Rodriguez — as well as spy kids past and present — about the fourth movie in the franchise. Robert welcomed his good friend and collaborator Jessica Alba to the cast this time around and told us that in many ways, her real-life role as a movie-star mom helped inspire the idea for the film. We also chatted with one of the original Spy Kids, Alexa Vega, about how returning to the set felt like a family reunion and how she helped train the new young actors who stepped into her shoes. Check out our interview and catch Spy Kids: All the Time in the World starting today!
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