From Dusk till Dawn (franchise)
|From Dusk till Dawn|
|Directed by||Robert Rodriguez (1)|
Scott Spiegel (2)
P.J. Pesce (3)
|Budget||$30 million (all films)|
From Dusk till Dawn is an American media franchise created by Robert Kurtzman, including three films, a video game and a TV series.
From Dusk till Dawn is an American horror franchise by the writers and directors Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez. To date, it includes a motion picture, two direct-to-video sequels, a video game, a comic book, collectable statues, and a TV series.
Danny Trejo is the only actor to appear in all the original three films and the series. Actor Michael Parks appears in both From Dusk till Dawn and The Hangman's Daughter. Rodriguez, Tarantino, and Lawrence Bender served as producers on all of the three films.
From Dusk till Dawn
From Dusk Till Dawn is a 1996 horror crime action thriller film written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by Robert Rodriguez. The movie stars Harvey Keitel, George Clooney, Quentin Tarantino, and Juliette Lewis.
Texas Blood Money
From Dusk till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money is an American horror crime action thriller released on March 16, 1999. The film was an early test release by Dimension Films for the direct-to-video market. It was co-written and directed by Scott Spiegel, the co-writer of Evil Dead II and director of Intruder. The film was filmed on location in South Africa and features cameos by Bruce Campbell and Tiffani Thiessen. It won a Saturn Award from The Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy & Horror Films for the Best Home Video Release of 1999.
The Hangman's Daughter
From Dusk till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter is a 1999 American horror film that serves as a prequel to the 1996 film, From Dusk till Dawn. It was released directly to video and was nominated for the Saturn Award's Best Home Video Release category.
Cancelled fourth film
In December 2010, the production of a fourth From Dusk till Dawn film was in the planning stages, but further work on this possibility has not been revealed. In 2013, From Dusk till Dawn: The Series, a television adaptation of the films, had begun production, without any further mention of the film.
Rodriguez developed a TV series for his cable network El Rey. It stars Robert Patrick as Jacob Fuller, Eiza González as Santanico Pandemonium, and Don Johnson as Sheriff McGraw. The series debuted on El Rey in the United States on March 11, 2014, and internationally on Netflix two days later.
|From Dusk till Dawn||From Dusk Till Dawn 2:
Texas Blood Money
|From Dusk Till Dawn 3:
The Hangman's Daughter
|From Dusk Till Dawn:|
|The Regulators||Razor Charlie||Danny Trejo|
|Santanico Pandemonium||Salma Hayek||Ara Celi||Eiza González|
|Ambrose Bierce||Earl McGraw||Michael Parks||Michael Parks||Don Johnson|
|Seth Gecko||George Clooney||D.J. Cotrona|
|Richie Gecko||Quentin Tarantino||Zane Holtz|
|Jacob Fuller||Harvey Keitel||Robert Patrick|
|Kate Fuller||Juliette Lewis||Madison Davenport|
|Edgar McGraw||James Parks|
|The Hangman||Temuera Morrison|
From Dusk till Dawn is a third-person shooter that is based on events that transpire directly after the end of the film From Dusk till Dawn. Released in 2001 for Windows, it was distributed by Cryo Interactive.
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