Machete Kills Ramps Up With Clips & Posters Before Debut

After this week we probably won’t hear too much more about Machete Kills because the film debuts this Friday. Before we can start lining up for our tickets, though, director Robert Rodriguez and company have a number of new trailers, clips and posters for us to check out. 

Above you’ve got a nice little Sofia Vergara-specific mini-trailer, while below you’ll find an incredibly NSFW clip of her talking to her loyal army of prostitutes. 

Michelle Rodriguez and Lady Gaga also got in on the short trailer action:

If you prefer your looks at ladies a little more static, then feast your eyes on the latest character poster, this one featuring Alexa Vega’s Killjoy. machete-kills-poster-alexa-vega

And finally, here’s Robert Rodriguez and the cast talking about the network of actors he’s amassed throughout his career. 

If you’re still not interested in Machete Kills, which opens this Friday, you’re pretty much a lost cause. 

More Machete Kills Reveals For Your Weekend Enjoyment

Of course, just as soon as we posted about the most recent clips from Machete Kills yesterday we did some more looking around and found even more clips and some brand new images. But, since we don’t want to overload you with Robert Rodriguez and Danny Trejo craziness, we figured saving some specialness for the weekend would make sense. Above you can see Amber Heard playing Q to Machete’s James Bond as she sets him up with an arsenal of weapons. Meanwhile, below, check out 10 new images from the film featuring Trejo, Heard, Michelle Rodriguez, Antonio Banderas, Alexa Vega, Sofia Vergara and more, many of which look like shots from scenes we’ve already seen in various forms.

Machete Kills opens October 11th.

Machete Kills Unloads Two Clips Into Your Eyeholes

Man Max Crossover? We’ve spilled a good deal of digital ink on the subject of Machete Kills here at Explosions Are Rad and we’re not done yet. Even after posting all kinds of trailers, teasers, clips, posters and images, we’re alway up for checking out a few more. First up we’ve got the new Red Band (read: NSFW) trailer from the Robert Rodriguez film:

After that, feast your eyes on the lady-filled new clip featuring Alexa Vega, Sofia Vergara and a small army of other weapon wielding women:

Machete Kills opens October 11th.

Bullet Points: Hot Rounds Of Information Goodness

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The Grandmaster might have opened on only seven screens last weekend, but it still earned a per-screen average better than any other release. The Ip Man biopic starring Tony Leung and Zhang Ziyi opens much wider to around 600 screen this weekend and will hopefully continue making a good deal of cash. [via THR]

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Another day, another round of Expendables 3 images popping up. This time Wesley Snipes got in on the action! [via ComingSoon]

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Fast & Furious and Riddick star Vin Diesel‘s getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today at 11:30 PST. Congrats Vin! [via Variety]sharni-vinson-step-up-3d

There’s been a movie in the works for a while now without a title referred to as “the female Expendables.” As you can probably figure out, it features an all-star group of women kicking ass and blowing things up (presumably). The movie’s already got Gina Carano and Katee Sackhoff on board and now includes Step Up 3D and You’re Next star Sharni Vinson. [via Collider]

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Word on the street is that Sony’s making a TV series based on Robert Rodriguez’s excellent El Mariachi trilogy. Great news, right? Well, not so great when you find out they’re not involving Rodriguez in the process and won’t even return his phone calls on the subject. Ouch. [via Deadline]machete-kills-sofia-vergara-alexa-vega

Speaking of Rodriguez, dig this new photo from Machete Kills featuring Sofia Vergara, Alexa Vega and Elle LaMont. [via EW]

If you like Johnny Depp being all wacky and Jack Sparrow-y then you’ll be interested to learn that the fifth Pirates movie now has an official title: Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.  [via This Is Infamous]