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This clip from Sin City: A Dame to Kill For premiered on Jimmy Fallon’s show last night. This is the best version I could rustle up on YouTube. It might not seem like the best clip to drop first, but Rosario …
The marketeers behind Sin City: A Dame to Kill for have innovated in bringing online a nice, official look at the ‘standee’ or cinema display for their movie. This is after they released GIFs in place of images a few …
Of course, Eva Green looks poised to steal the show.
These are officially called “Animated Images” but hey, we all use Tumblr.
I can’t wait to see what this thing looks like in 3D.
According to my eyes, they’re more likely to be comic book panels.
That’s Jamie Chung, who has inherited the role of Miho from Devon Aoki. She’s holding… well, it ain’t a lightasber, and that’s the point. Shiny, though. And no doubt sharp as anything.
No sign of the titular Dame to Kill For as yet but here are some grimy, gritty, post-processed shots of other Sin City stars.
I’m guessing a little seen 1916 black and white short film of the same name is the culprit here.
Get Your Robert Rodriguez Fix: Sin City 2 Website Launched, First Promos For El Rey Network Released
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, and even a whole TV channel, coming soon for the Robert Rodriguez enthusiast in all of us.
Get the noose ready – she’s a Dame to Die For.
The October release for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For has been scrapped and the film will now be released on 22nd August next year. This makes it two Eva Green vs. green screen pictures to be punted out …
Such is the chronology of Dwight’s story this time around, we’re seeing him with his first face, before he has plastic surgery to change his appearance entirely.
Frank Miller described the character as “every man’s most glorious dreams come true, she’s also every man’s darkest nightmares.”
Jessica Alba has a lot more dancing to do in the Sin City seque. She probably won’t be shouldering whole whine-n-grin burden by herself, though, as Julia Garner has been added to the film’s pole brigade.
Nobody had publicly said Willis was coming back, until now.
Production continues in Austin, Texas, with or without an Ava Lord.
Keywords “cocky,” “darker,” and “foul.”