Sharkboy and Lavagirl are preparing to make their triumphant return. In filmmaker Robert Rodriguez’s new Netflix film, We Can Be Heroes, the fan-favorite characters from the 2005 family film The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl will return – as parents.
What was in Shark Boy Lava Girl
Max is a lonely 10-year-old boy who lives in the Austin suburbs. He has constructed a dreamworld called Planet Drool in his imagination, where his dreams come true. Sharkboy, who was reared by sharks after his father (a marine biologist) died at sea and went on to become a shark-hybrid himself, and Lavagirl, who can make fire and lava but struggles to manage her power, causing objects to catch fire when she touches them.
Planet Drool is protected by the two of them. Max’s parents have little time for him in the real world, and their marriage is in trouble. Linus, a classmate, bullies him at school. Marissa, the daughter of the teacher, Mr. Electricidad, shows him some kindness. Linus takes Max’s dream journal and threatens to “improve” it.
Twin tornadoes occur outside the school the next day. Mr. Electric, a robot resembling Mr. Electricidad and the dreamworld’s now-corrupt electrician, is under the orders of an unknown mastermind, and Sharkboy and Lavagirl ask Max to accompany them to Planet Drool, which he learns is turning bad thanks to Mr. Electric, a robot resembling Mr. Electricidad and the dreamworld’s now-corrupt electrician. They use the Shark Rocket, which has an autopilot control, to travel to Planet Drool. Max suddenly realises he’s never thought of a landing function.
What About Shark Boy Lava Girl 2?
We Can Be Heroes was such a hit that Netflix didn’t waste any time announcing that a sequel is in the works, with Robert Rodriguez returning as writer and director. It’s possible that Sharkboy and Lavagirl will return, but they shouldn’t be expected to take the lead, as they did in the first film (played by Vivien Blair). It’s unlikely that a genuine Sharkboy and Lavagirl film will be made because We Can Be Heroes had a stronger narrative and a more profitable film, but they might still appear in minor parts in the sequel.
We Can Be Heroes 2 has yet to be given a release date, and with the coronavirus outbreak putting many projects on hold, it’s difficult to determine when the film will be released.
The picture grossed $12.6 million in its first weekend in 2,655 theatres. Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Madagascar, Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, and The Longest Yard all beat it to the top spot at the box office. The picture was a box office disaster in the United States, grossing $39.2 million. It did, however, gross $32.8 million overseas, bringing the total to $72 million worldwide.