The Shock Team of February 20, 2024.
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Entertainment Spy Kids 3 Teaser - Family movie leads revolution in entertainment with next generation 3-D
TAPE: EF03/0521 IN_TIME: 14:14:23 DURATION: 2:46 SOURCES: Miramax RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Recent SHOTLIST Miramax material 1. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexa Vega: "Spy Kids 3 is about.. of course all the family is off on missions, having fun.. but it's about this virtual reality game that's brand new and all the kids want it, it's really interesting but Carmen is sent on a mission to check it out and make sure that everything is cool, as she is scoping it out she gets trapped inside the video game and it's virtual reality. That's when the whole movie turns 3D and of course the family has to come and rescue me." 3. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "It's a new version of 3D it's not the same version of 3D that I grew up on and it's not like pre-historic 3D it's something developed by James Cameron and it's maybe the first time in a feature. I think that it is going to be quite a surprise for people." 5. Various behind-the-scenes footage 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexa Vega: "She's definitely grown up since the first one, she's older, more mature, she has crushes and she is definitely the leader." 7. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "I couldn't go home without the kids' autograph, my kids think I play golf for a living, either that or I am a gardener because I am always in the back yard doing something so that is what they think I do for a living." 9. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' GAME OVER SET TO BEGIN IN 3D The Spy Kids and director Robert Rodriguez are about to launch family entertainment into an entirely revolutionary dimension: the 3rd dimension. Introducing the new future of high-tech interactivity, 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' uses the very latest digital technology to weave 3-D images directly into the Spy Kids' trademark espionage action, inviting audiences of all ages to become part of the larger than-life excitement on the screen. This state-of-the-art technology comes to the fore as under-age agents Juni and Carmen Cortez set out on their most mind-blowing mission yet: journeying inside the virtual reality world of a 3-D video game designed to outsmart them, as the awe-inspiring graphics and creatures of gaming come to real life. Relying on humour, gadgetry, bravery, family bonds and lightning-quick reflexes, the Spy Kids must battle through tougher and tougher levels of the game facing challenges that include racing against road warriors and surfing on boiling lava in order to save the world from a power hungry villain. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' stars Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara as Juni and Carmen Cortez and Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino as spy-parents Gregorio and Ingrid. Action film veteran Sylvester Stallone joins the cast as the power-hungry villain the 'Toymaker,' who wants to take over the youth of the world. Rodriguez is bringing back the excitement of 3-D in his own inimitable pioneering style. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' represents the first fundamental change to 3-D technology since its heyday in the 1950s. For the first time in decades, a new generation will experience the thrill of putting on special glasses that transport them right into the middle of the exhilarating action and adventure. Indeed, Rodriguez has created the very plot and fabric of this film with 3-D in mind from the start. He has woven three-dimensional scenes throughout the film, into the plot, making it part and parcel of his high-flying storytelling. Over 3000 theatres across the US will be equipped with special viewing glasses for the release of 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over', which is released in the U.S.A and U.K on July 25, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS Spy Kids 3 Miramax 1 212 941 3800
GL-112 16mm
AMATEUR CINEMA LEAGUE SHORTS
Historic Hollywood and Los Angeles
0:27 - 01:02 - B/W, 1936. EXT Warner Hollywood Theatre. Two male ushers carry and set up framed posters advertising gala previews including “Green Pastures” on sidewalk in front of theater. 01:02 - 01:26 - B/W, Night, 1930s. A man rotates a searchlight mounted on a platform surrounded by a crowd of onlookers at a movie premiere. 01:26 - 3:46 - B/W, Night, 1930. EXT “Mammy” premiere at “Warners” Theatre. Crowds of movie goers stand outside “Warners” Theatre. Cars drive in both directions on Broadway and Third Avenue Railway System streetcars passes by. WS “Warners” Theatre marquee reading “Mammy” with crowds of movie goers standing in entrance and spilling out of lobby. Singers in blackface and dressed like Al Jolson character perform in the theater entrance accompanied by brass band. A horse-drawn cart passes by amidst the other vehicles. 03:46 - 4:05 - B/W, 1933. Scene from “42nd Street”. EXT HA Movie goers enter theater with “Pretty Lady gala premiere” on marquee. 04:05 - 08:43 - B/W, Night, 1930s. EXT Movie stars / celebrities including Norma Shearer, Myrna Loy, Peter Lorre, Humphrey Bogart, Cary Grant, Mickey Rooney, Joe E. Brown, Olivia de Havilland, Leslie Howard, Bette Davis arrive at movie premiere, pose for cameras and talk into Los Angeles radio station KFWB microphone. KFWB announcer William “Bill” Ray interviews celebrities. 08:43 - 09:07 - B/W, Night, 1930s. EXT A man rotates a searchlight mounted on a platform surrounded by crowd of onlookers at movie premiere. 09:07 - 09:12 - B/W, Night, 1935. EXT Warner Beverly Hills Theatre. Marquee reads “Gala Premiere To-night A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. 09:12 - 09:33 - B/W, Night. EXT Push in to CU rotating searchlight. 09:33 - 09:47 - B/W, 1930s / 1940s. Film scene. A woman escorted by a man signs autographs for a crowd of fans before getting into a car. 09:47 - 09:54 B/W, 1930s / 1940s. EXT A film crew films a tracking shot of a group of men in period clothing riding galloping horses with a camera dolly traveling on rails. 09:54 - 10:13 - B/W, Night, 1940s / 1950s. Car POV driving past Ciro”s nightclub with illuminated sign. 10:13 - 11:26 - B/W, 1930s / 1940s. INT WS nightclub. Man”s hands holding clapperboard for “Stage Show” in front of camera. Nightclub audience watching chorus line dancers perform dance routine on stage with can-can kicks. 11:26 - 16:26 - Color, Night, 1950s. EXT CU rotating searchlight. Flickering searchlight. Man rotating searchlights. HA Searchlight beams shining above heavy traffic on street below. HA crowds outside movie theater at film premiere with flickering of lights from cameras. 16:26 - 17:58 - Color, Night. EXT fireworks display. 17:58 - 18:27 - B/W, 1950s. EXT aerial view over houses, streets and Columbia Ranch. 18:27 - 19:23 - Color, 1970s. EXT film studio backlot / ranch entrance, probably Columbia Ranch. Sign pointing to “EUE/Screen Gems Commercial Department Casting”. Film sets. Front facades of buildings and houses. Film being shot with actor and actress wearing safari clothing. 19:23 - 19:49 - B/W, 1950s. Aerial view over streets surrounding studio backlot, probably Columbia Ranch. 19:49 - 20:05 - Color, 1950s. EXT Cars exiting and entering studio backlot near busy street. 20:05 - 20:13 - B/W, 1940s. Director sitting next to camera gives instructions to cameraman while period film scene is filmed. 20:13 - 20:22 - B/W, 1940s. EXT HA scene being filmed with male actor standing on edge of fountain giving passionate speech to people standing nearby. 20:22 - 21:18 - B/W, 1930s. EXT line of smiling pretty women, some wearing swimwear, walk up steps to an outdoor platform. 21:18 - 21:50 - B/W, 1930s. INT Film scene with man leading chorus line dancers in practicing routine on stage. A group of dancers in the rear of the stage get scolded by a man, who demonstrates the correct movements. 21:50 - 22:05 - B/W, 1933. Footage from “42nd Street”. Multiple exposure shot of female dancer’s legs superimposed multiple times in kaleidoscope design. 22:05 - 22:24 - B/W, 1930s. INT theater. Film scene with PAN from conductor leading orchestra to stage as curtains open. Audience members sit in box seats. 22:24 - 23:03 - B/W, 1930s. INT HA Film scene with conductor leading orchestra. Stage curtains open. Male dancers descend steps of set onto stage. The mouth of a giant face opens and a female dancer emerges to join row of male dancers. 23:03 - 24:18 - B/W, 1930s. INT HA. Clapperboard is held in front of camera. Film scene with man and woman practicing tap dance routine on stage while chorus line dancers stand nearby and watch. 24:18 - 32:20 - B/W, 1930s. INT Busby Berkeley directing filming dance routine on stage with masked male and female dancers. Many takes of crane shots being filmed. Berkeley instructs dancers. Crew members clean stage in between takes. Crew pushes around elaborate set of columns into different positions. 32:20 - 36:11 - Color, 1970s. EXT aerial view traveling south over Santa Monica Beach with beach houses, Santa Monica Pier and ending at Pacific Ocean Park. 36:11 - 42:08 - Color, 1970s. EXT Paradise Cove, Malibu. Several takes of Paradise Cove Pier and beach with nearby cliffs. Crowded beach with beach-goers relaxing on beach, wading / swimming in water, jumping in surf and playing beach volleyball. Sign for “Snack bar, food and drinks” behind fence. Paradise Cove Beach Cafe. Children building sandcastles. Lifeguard tower. 42:08 - 42:56 - Color, 1970s. EXT Los Angeles, California. Aerials over Hollywood sign on Mount Lee, Santa Monica Mountains and Warner Brothers studio in Burbank. 42:56 - 43:03 - Color, 1970s. EXT Warner Brothers Studio building facade. 43:03 - 43:11 - B/W. Warner Brothers Pictures logo. 43:11 - 43:28 - Color, 1970s. Burbank, California. Warner Brothers studio. Mountains in background. Backlot. Deserted sets with 1940s cars. 43:28 - 44:48 - B/W, 1930s. Film scene being filmed on stage with man and woman singing on stage while chorus line dancers walk in rows on stage. Tracking shot being filmed with camera dolly mounted on track. 44:48 - 46:41 - Color, 1970s. EXT WS PAN Los Angeles skyline with buildings, freeway and Hollywood sign on Mount Hood in distance. 46:41 - 54:31 - B/W, 1950s. EXT On location filming of “Lone Ranger” TV episode in Bronson Canyon / Bronson Caves. Hollywood sign in distance. Parked trucks, horses, actors milling about and crew setting up equipment for shots. Camera crew on platform. Director and DP setting up shots next to cave. Director and actor blocking shot. Crew member shoveling hole to bury dynamite and covering it up with dirt. Dolly track being installed for tracking shots. Crew and cast members eating at craft services. 54:31 - 56:39 - Color, 1950s. Footage from an episode of “The Lone Ranger” television series.
Early internet use
Young woman typing on a keyboard as she uses the early internet. Public use of the internet grew rapidly after the invention of the World Wide Web in 1989.
Family Graduation Party (1963)
This is color film taken in 1963 and has been transferred to digital video. This period footage was taken around San Diego, California and chronicles the events surrounding the graduation party held by a family who had two boys graduate from Jr. and Senior high schools. The footage was taken around Torrey Pines Inn at La Jolla. Footage is silent.
CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL IMAGERY Pt. 4 (1963)
Color, silent footage from the mid-1960s of development and attractions throughout the state of California. Exact dates of filming unknown. cont
BOOK "Generations Santocha": dive into the history of surfing
Midi Atlantique
Surfer running on beach towards sea, California
Surfer running along the beach and into the sea. Filmed in southern California, USA.
AD-20 1 inch; 35mm Nitrate
HISTORIC SITES AND RESORTS ALONG THE NORMANDY COAST
Entertainment Spy Kids 3 Teaser - Family movie leads revolution in entertainment with next generation 3-D
TAPE: EF03/0521 IN_TIME: 14:14:23 DURATION: 2:46 SOURCES: Miramax RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Recent SHOTLIST Miramax material 1. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexa Vega: "Spy Kids 3 is about.. of course all the family is off on missions, having fun.. but it's about this virtual reality game that's brand new and all the kids want it, it's really interesting but Carmen is sent on a mission to check it out and make sure that everything is cool, as she is scoping it out she gets trapped inside the video game and it's virtual reality. That's when the whole movie turns 3D and of course the family has to come and rescue me." 3. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "It's a new version of 3D it's not the same version of 3D that I grew up on and it's not like pre-historic 3D it's something developed by James Cameron and it's maybe the first time in a feature. I think that it is going to be quite a surprise for people." 5. Various behind-the-scenes footage 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexa Vega: "She's definitely grown up since the first one, she's older, more mature, she has crushes and she is definitely the leader." 7. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "I couldn't go home without the kids' autograph, my kids think I play golf for a living, either that or I am a gardener because I am always in the back yard doing something so that is what they think I do for a living." 9. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' GAME OVER SET TO BEGIN IN 3D The Spy Kids and director Robert Rodriguez are about to launch family entertainment into an entirely revolutionary dimension: the 3rd dimension. Introducing the new future of high-tech interactivity, 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' uses the very latest digital technology to weave 3-D images directly into the Spy Kids' trademark espionage action, inviting audiences of all ages to become part of the larger than-life excitement on the screen. This state-of-the-art technology comes to the fore as under-age agents Juni and Carmen Cortez set out on their most mind-blowing mission yet: journeying inside the virtual reality world of a 3-D video game designed to outsmart them, as the awe-inspiring graphics and creatures of gaming come to real life. Relying on humour, gadgetry, bravery, family bonds and lightning-quick reflexes, the Spy Kids must battle through tougher and tougher levels of the game facing challenges that include racing against road warriors and surfing on boiling lava in order to save the world from a power hungry villain. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' stars Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara as Juni and Carmen Cortez and Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino as spy-parents Gregorio and Ingrid. Action film veteran Sylvester Stallone joins the cast as the power-hungry villain the 'Toymaker,' who wants to take over the youth of the world. Rodriguez is bringing back the excitement of 3-D in his own inimitable pioneering style. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' represents the first fundamental change to 3-D technology since its heyday in the 1950s. For the first time in decades, a new generation will experience the thrill of putting on special glasses that transport them right into the middle of the exhilarating action and adventure. Indeed, Rodriguez has created the very plot and fabric of this film with 3-D in mind from the start. He has woven three-dimensional scenes throughout the film, into the plot, making it part and parcel of his high-flying storytelling. Over 3000 theatres across the US will be equipped with special viewing glasses for the release of 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over', which is released in the U.S.A and U.K on July 25, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS Spy Kids 3 Miramax 1 212 941 3800
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Entertainment Spy Kids 3 Teaser - Family movie leads revolution in entertainment with next generation 3-D
TAPE: EF03/0521 IN_TIME: 14:14:23 DURATION: 2:46 SOURCES: Miramax RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Recent SHOTLIST Miramax material 1. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexa Vega: "Spy Kids 3 is about.. of course all the family is off on missions, having fun.. but it's about this virtual reality game that's brand new and all the kids want it, it's really interesting but Carmen is sent on a mission to check it out and make sure that everything is cool, as she is scoping it out she gets trapped inside the video game and it's virtual reality. That's when the whole movie turns 3D and of course the family has to come and rescue me." 3. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "It's a new version of 3D it's not the same version of 3D that I grew up on and it's not like pre-historic 3D it's something developed by James Cameron and it's maybe the first time in a feature. I think that it is going to be quite a surprise for people." 5. Various behind-the-scenes footage 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexa Vega: "She's definitely grown up since the first one, she's older, more mature, she has crushes and she is definitely the leader." 7. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "I couldn't go home without the kids' autograph, my kids think I play golf for a living, either that or I am a gardener because I am always in the back yard doing something so that is what they think I do for a living." 9. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' GAME OVER SET TO BEGIN IN 3D The Spy Kids and director Robert Rodriguez are about to launch family entertainment into an entirely revolutionary dimension: the 3rd dimension. Introducing the new future of high-tech interactivity, 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' uses the very latest digital technology to weave 3-D images directly into the Spy Kids' trademark espionage action, inviting audiences of all ages to become part of the larger than-life excitement on the screen. This state-of-the-art technology comes to the fore as under-age agents Juni and Carmen Cortez set out on their most mind-blowing mission yet: journeying inside the virtual reality world of a 3-D video game designed to outsmart them, as the awe-inspiring graphics and creatures of gaming come to real life. Relying on humour, gadgetry, bravery, family bonds and lightning-quick reflexes, the Spy Kids must battle through tougher and tougher levels of the game facing challenges that include racing against road warriors and surfing on boiling lava in order to save the world from a power hungry villain. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' stars Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara as Juni and Carmen Cortez and Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino as spy-parents Gregorio and Ingrid. Action film veteran Sylvester Stallone joins the cast as the power-hungry villain the 'Toymaker,' who wants to take over the youth of the world. Rodriguez is bringing back the excitement of 3-D in his own inimitable pioneering style. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' represents the first fundamental change to 3-D technology since its heyday in the 1950s. For the first time in decades, a new generation will experience the thrill of putting on special glasses that transport them right into the middle of the exhilarating action and adventure. Indeed, Rodriguez has created the very plot and fabric of this film with 3-D in mind from the start. He has woven three-dimensional scenes throughout the film, into the plot, making it part and parcel of his high-flying storytelling. Over 3000 theatres across the US will be equipped with special viewing glasses for the release of 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over', which is released in the U.S.A and U.K on July 25, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS Spy Kids 3 Miramax 1 212 941 3800
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City of Magic
HISTORICAL FILM: U.S. COAST GUARD AT WORK PT. 1 (1938)
B&W FILM, 1938. IMAGES SHOWING VARIOUS ACTIVITIES OF THE US COAST GUARD (USE VIDEO DESCRIPTION). SPECIFIC DATES OF FILMING UNKNOWN. (SEE ALSO CLIP ID #324434, #324435, #324443)
Family and young girl on beach, California
Family with little girl walking along the beach. Filmed in southern California, USA.
Entertainment Spy Kids 3 Teaser - Family movie leads revolution in entertainment with next generation 3-D
TAPE: EF03/0518 IN_TIME: 14:19:00 DURATION: 2:46 SOURCES: Miramax RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Recent SHOTLIST Miramax material 1. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Alex Vega: "Spy Kids 3 is about.. of course all the family is off on missions, having fun.. but it's about this virtual reality game that's brand new and all the kids want it, it's really interesting but Carmen is sent on a mission to check it out and make sure that everything is cool, as she is scoping it out she gets trapped inside the video game and it's virtual reality. That's when the whole movie turns 3D and of course the family has to come and rescue me." 3. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "It's a new version of 3D it's not the same version of 3D that I grew up on and it's not like pre-historic 3D it's something developed by James Cameron and it's maybe the first time in a feature. I think that it is going to be quite a surprise for people." 5. Various behind-the-scenes footage 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alex Vega: "She's definitely grown up since the first one, she's older, more mature, she has crushes and she is definitely the leader." 7. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "I couldn't go home without the kids' autograph, my kids think I play golf for a living, either that or I am a gardener because I am always in the back yard doing something so that is what they think I do for a living." 9. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' GAME OVER SET TO BEGIN IN 3D The Spy Kids and director Robert Rodriguez are about to launch family entertainment into an entirely revolutionary dimension: the 3rd dimension. Introducing the new future of high-tech interactivity, 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' uses the very latest digital technology to weave 3-D images directly into the Spy Kids' trademark espionage action, inviting audiences of all ages to become part of the larger than-life excitement on the screen. This state-of-the-art technology comes to the fore as under-age agents Juni and Carmen Cortez set out on their most mind-blowing mission yet: journeying inside the virtual reality world of a 3-D video game designed to outsmart them, as the awe-inspiring graphics and creatures of gaming come to real life. Relying on humour, gadgetry, bravery, family bonds and lightning-quick reflexes, the Spy Kids must battle through tougher and tougher levels of the game facing challenges that include racing against road warriors and surfing on boiling lava in order to save the world from a power hungry villain. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' stars Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara as Juni and Carmen Cortez and Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino as spy-parents Gregorio and Ingrid. Action film veteran Sylvester Stallone joins the cast as the power-hungry villain the 'Toymaker,' who wants to take over the youth of the world. Rodriguez is bringing back the excitement of 3-D in his own inimitable pioneering style. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' represents the first fundamental change to 3-D technology since its heyday in the 1950s. For the first time in decades, a new generation will experience the thrill of putting on special glasses that transport them right into the middle of the exhilarating action and adventure. Indeed, Rodriguez has created the very plot and fabric of this film with 3-D in mind from the start. He has woven three-dimensional scenes throughout the film, into the plot, making it part and parcel of his high-flying storytelling. Over 3000 theatres across the US will be equipped with special viewing glasses for the release of 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over', which is released in the U.S.A and U.K on July 25, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS Spy Kids 3 Miramax 1 212 941 3800
AFP-2BO 16mm; VTM-2BO Beta SP; NET-39 DigiBeta (at 01:00:00:00); Beta SP
HOLLYWOOD WITHOUT MAKE-UP
The Evening Team, 1st part of October 06, 2022 (EDS, 1/2).
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Coast guard boat at sea, California
Coast guard boat on rough waves. Filmed in California, USA.
Cyberia, the UK's first internet cafe
Cyberia. Following a woman into Cyberia, the first internet cafe to open in the UK. Cyberia opened in September 1994 in London. Filmed in May 1995.
AD-31 Beta SP; 35mm Nitrate
Bits of France: Brittany (R1-R3)
Entertainment Spy Kids 3 Teaser - Family movie leads revolution in entertainment with next generation 3-D
TAPE: EF03/0518 IN_TIME: 14:19:00 DURATION: 2:46 SOURCES: Miramax RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Recent SHOTLIST Miramax material 1. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Alex Vega: "Spy Kids 3 is about.. of course all the family is off on missions, having fun.. but it's about this virtual reality game that's brand new and all the kids want it, it's really interesting but Carmen is sent on a mission to check it out and make sure that everything is cool, as she is scoping it out she gets trapped inside the video game and it's virtual reality. That's when the whole movie turns 3D and of course the family has to come and rescue me." 3. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "It's a new version of 3D it's not the same version of 3D that I grew up on and it's not like pre-historic 3D it's something developed by James Cameron and it's maybe the first time in a feature. I think that it is going to be quite a surprise for people." 5. Various behind-the-scenes footage 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alex Vega: "She's definitely grown up since the first one, she's older, more mature, she has crushes and she is definitely the leader." 7. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Sylvester Stallone: "I couldn't go home without the kids' autograph, my kids think I play golf for a living, either that or I am a gardener because I am always in the back yard doing something so that is what they think I do for a living." 9. Film Trailer - 'Spy Kids 3' GAME OVER SET TO BEGIN IN 3D The Spy Kids and director Robert Rodriguez are about to launch family entertainment into an entirely revolutionary dimension: the 3rd dimension. Introducing the new future of high-tech interactivity, 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' uses the very latest digital technology to weave 3-D images directly into the Spy Kids' trademark espionage action, inviting audiences of all ages to become part of the larger than-life excitement on the screen. This state-of-the-art technology comes to the fore as under-age agents Juni and Carmen Cortez set out on their most mind-blowing mission yet: journeying inside the virtual reality world of a 3-D video game designed to outsmart them, as the awe-inspiring graphics and creatures of gaming come to real life. Relying on humour, gadgetry, bravery, family bonds and lightning-quick reflexes, the Spy Kids must battle through tougher and tougher levels of the game facing challenges that include racing against road warriors and surfing on boiling lava in order to save the world from a power hungry villain. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' stars Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara as Juni and Carmen Cortez and Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino as spy-parents Gregorio and Ingrid. Action film veteran Sylvester Stallone joins the cast as the power-hungry villain the 'Toymaker,' who wants to take over the youth of the world. Rodriguez is bringing back the excitement of 3-D in his own inimitable pioneering style. 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' represents the first fundamental change to 3-D technology since its heyday in the 1950s. For the first time in decades, a new generation will experience the thrill of putting on special glasses that transport them right into the middle of the exhilarating action and adventure. Indeed, Rodriguez has created the very plot and fabric of this film with 3-D in mind from the start. He has woven three-dimensional scenes throughout the film, into the plot, making it part and parcel of his high-flying storytelling. Over 3000 theatres across the US will be equipped with special viewing glasses for the release of 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over', which is released in the U.S.A and U.K on July 25, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS Spy Kids 3 Miramax 1 212 941 3800
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