There are very few things that could get me to sit through an entire installment in the visually loud and obnoxious Spy Kids franchise. This is one of those things.

Per Heat Vision, Jessica Alba may be starring in Spy Kids 4: All the Time In the World for writer/director Robert Rodriguez. It would be their third film together after Sin City and the upcoming Machete, and would almost certainly be the weakest of the three. Alba would star as a retired spy forced back into the game when a madman named The Timekeeper sets out to end the world by stopping time. Or something. Her character has a baby (like Alba in real life!) but is also sexy stepmother to two pre-teens (sadly not like real life).

The film will reportedly be a reboot for the franchise as the “kids” from the past three films, Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara, are now old enough to get married and accidentally kill themselves while masturbating. The previous films’ adult stars, including Carla Gugino and Antonio Banderas, may or may not return.

Would you watch a Spy Kids movie with Jessica Alba in it? If not, what would it take?


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