Web Extra: The Austin Chronicle interview with Robert Rodriguez's bandanna

Web Extra: The Austin Chronicle interview with Robert Rodriguez's bandanna
Illustration By Jason Stout

While the noted director was off changing clothes for his Chronicle cover shoot, we took the opportunity to have a few words with his constant companion, his bandanna.

Austin Chronicle: How did you get to be so close to Robert?

Robert Rodriguez's Bandanna:

AC: [laughs] That's funny! When did you first realize you were an important part of his image?

RRB:

AC: Is there more than one of you, or are you it?

RRB:

AC: [chuckles] Good answer! Let's go for some insider poop. During the filming of From Dusk Till Dawn, what was it like being that close to a naked Salma Hayek?

RRB:

AC: Wooo! I should say so! Another insider question: What's Quentin Tarantino really like?

RRB:

AC: Ha ha ha ha! Yes, of course we'll keep that to ourselves. Any other tidbits from behind the scenes?

RRB:

AC: Did she really!? Amazing! How was working with Sylvester Stallone?

RRB:

AC: Is it true other musicians unplug Robert when he "plays" onstage?

RRB:

AC: Oh my! I had no idea! Well, thank you so much for your time and thoughts, you've been a wonderful interview.

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