Sharkboy and Lavagirl become parents in new Netflix sequel, ‘We Can Be Heroes’
What better way to kick off 2021 than with a new Sharkboy and Lavagirl movie! In the new film, “We Can Be Heroes,” which debuts on Netflix on Jan. 1, Sharkboy and Lavagirl have become parents. Taylor Lautner will not be playing Sharkboy; instead, he will be played by J.J. Dashnaw, according to a report from Polygon. This sequel follows a group of children, including Sharkboy and Lavagirl’s daughter, that works to save their parents from an alien invasion. Their daughter is seen having similar powers as her parents, calling upon sharks and sea creatures to assist her in battling enemies.
Singer Patricia Vonne Rodriguez Co-Hosting San Antonio Artist David Blancas' Online Show
click to enlarge Courtesy Photo / Patricia Vonne RodriguezA month after launching an online video series to promote public art, San Antonio muralist David Blancas has lined up serious star power for his next installment.Singer, actress and filmmaker Patricia Vonne Rodriguez will co-host the Friday, May 22 edition of, performing her own music and paying tribute to Randy Garibay, the versatile guitarist who helped define SA's blues sceneVonne Rodriguez an Alamo City native and sister of filmmaker Robert Rodriguez recently released an album as part of theTexicana Mamas supergroup, which also features Tish Hinojosa and Stephanie Urbina Jones.Given the Mamas' bilingual approach and broad Tex-Mex influences, it's easy to see why Blancas brought in Vonne Rodriguez for the tribute.Garibay's "puro pinche blues" straddled multiple cultures, drawing on everything from jazz to doo wop to traditional Mexican music. The iconic guitarist also appears in Blancas'mural along with other local musical luminaries.is part of a fundraising campaign by nonprofit Westside Development Corporation to support community arts programming during the coronavirus shutdown.sacurrent.com