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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.
The casting for The Kraut is out.
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.
They needed a pre-plastic surgery Dwight for Sin City 2, and now they’ve found him in the form of Josh Brolin. Is getting Clive Owen-ed a facial trade up or trade down? I’m not a very good judge of these …
Keywords “cocky,” “darker,” and “foul.”
Joe is Johnny because Johnny isn’t. But he isn’t Peter, and I doubt Johnny will be.
Is it just my imagination or are hats a bit of a fetish thing in the world of Sin City?
I never thought it would happen, but it is – right now.
Rosario Dawson has some interesting things to say about A Dame to Kill For.
Mickey Rourke has started to negotiate his contract to appear in Motor City, Albert Hughes‘ revenge film about: a man who is double crossed and seeks revenge on the guy who put him behind bars and took his woman. I …
Some confirmations and a couple of surprises made up the official press release promising the imminent start of production on Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Personally, I’m still surprised by the fact it’s happening at all. Right off …
Nobody has been explicit about the directors credits on the upcoming Sin City sequel, and it wasn’t even obvious, for a while, that Robert Rodriguez would be picking up the megaphone.
Promoting the new Blu-ray and DVD release of Roadracers (buy it, it’s great, and cheap), Robert Rodriguez has spoken about his next few months putting a pair of well-anticipated sequels before cameras, and how incredibly busy he’s going to be. …