It’s Juni Cortez everyone!

Actually, his real name is Daryl Sabara and you may recognize him from the Spy Kids franchise. Even though we talk about his days working in PG-rated espionage, we focus on something more R-rated…really R-rated. Sabara stars as a stoner student activist in Eli Roth’s cannibalistic horror-thriller, Green Inferno, which joins Cabin Fever and Hostel in Roth’s “Travel Trilogy.” We talk about working with a real-life Peruvian tribe in the movie, the wonderful city of Austin, and his idea for a more adult Spy Kids.

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