The streaming platform confirms the second part for the spin-off of 'Spy Kids' and 'Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D'. The film has been viewed by more than 44 million subscribers since its release.
After being seen by more than 44 million subscribers since its premiere on Netflix on December 25, the streaming platform of the great Jan has decided to launch the second part of We Can Be Heroes, the action movie for the entire Robert Rodriguez's family. Through a tweet published this Monday, Netflix has confirmed the green light for the sequel, again with Rodriguez at the helm, which will continue this 'spin-off' of the Spy Kids franchise and Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D (2005).
Headed by YaYa Gosselin (For Thirteen Reasons), Pedro Pascal (Wonder Woman 1984), Priyanka Chopra Jonas (Baywatch: Baywatch), Taylor Dooley (The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D), J.J. Dashnaw (Sin City), and Christian Slater (Mr. Robot), "We Can Be Heroes" tells the story of Missy Moreno (Gosselin), on a mission to rescue her father Marcus (Pascal) and the rest of the superheroes of the city. Earth after all skilled adults are abducted by aliens.
When her father and the rest of the Heroics are defeated, the young protagonist - without superhuman qualities, but with great leadership gifts - works with other special children to first escape from a secret government base, run by Ms. Granada (Jonas ), and then save their relatives.
Among the young superheroes who will help Missy are Wheels (Andy Walken), with great intelligence; Noodles (Lyon Daniels), with the ability to make your body elastic; Wild Card (Nathan Blair), with all imaginable powers but without any control over them; Rewind (Isaiah Russell-Bailey) and Fast Forward (Akira Akbar), who can alter time; Eye (Hala Finley), whose drawings predict the immediate future.
We continue with Facemaker (Andrew Diaz), who can put any face; Guppy (Vivien Blair), with the strength of a shark and mastery of the water; Slo-Mo (Dylan Henry Lau), who is in slow motion, and A Capella (Lotus Blossom), who moves the objects around him through the song. If you have not yet seen their adventures in the first part of We Can Be Heroes, you already have it available in the Netflix catalog.