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Jessica Alba’s Spy Kids 4D Smells Of Dad’s Fantasies And Used Tissues In Aromascope (Gifs)

by | 5th, July 2011

JESSICA Alba stars in Spy Kids: All the Time in the World (aka Spy Kids 4). It follows Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (aka Spy Kids 3)  Without irony, the film will be first to use Aromascope, a technology that lets punters in the cinema smell odours and aromas from the film.

What odour do you think Spy Kids 4 smell of? Here’s a clue:

The film revolves around twins Rebecca and Cecil who cannot get along with their stepmother, Marissa Cortez Wilson (Jessica Alba), who married their father, Wilbur Wilson (Joel McHale), a spy-hunting reporter. Unknown to the twins, Marissa is a retired spy for the OSS (Organization of Super Spies, but in the Spy Kids Adventures novel series, the agency is called the Office of Strategic Services) which has since become the world’s top spy agency and former headquarters of the now-defunct Spy Kids division.

Does it smell of desperation and dad’s luck in pulling a new mum for the kids who’s closer in age to them than she is to him?

So when Earth is threatened by a villain called “The Timekeeper” (Jeremy Piven)…

Yep. It stinks.

Look out for Spy Kids 5 in 5d – a film in which you actually get to be inside Piven or Alba, depending on how much you pay…

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