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- ...Robert Rodriguez first came up with the idea for Spy Kids back in 1994, when he was filming his segment of the 1995 movie Four Rooms, but held off on making the movie because of the special effects he needed to incorporate into the story.
- ...Spy Kids was the last Rodriguez movie shot on film. Post-production was done at George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch where he introduced Rodriguez to High-Definition digital filmmaking.
- ...the theme park at the beginning of Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams was originally going to be Disneyland, but Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington was used instead after Disney refused permission to film in their park.
- ...Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over was originally planned to be a stand-alone movie, much like The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl and Shorts.
- ...during the release of Spy Kids, Rodriguez already planned a Spy Kids 2, but did not plan a Spy Kids 3 because the child actors were growing up too quickly.