Looks like Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez are ready to bring Sin City back to the screen – except this time, it’s the small screen. Deadline Hollywood reports exclusively that Legendary Television (Grass Kings, Paper Girls) has secured a deal Miller and is close to a deal with Rodriguez to turn Miller’s franchise into a […]
Alison Brie, Marc Maron, and Betty Gilpin are headed to the heart of “Sin City” when Netflix‘s GLOW returns for season 3 on August 9 – and Geena Davis (Thelma & Louise, The Long Kiss Goodnight) is waiting for them with open arms. Created by showrunners/executive producers Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, GLOW focuses on the […]
Few graphic novels have had such lingering impacts on the world of comics and film, but Frank Miller‘s seminal work “Sin City” is one of the enduring handful. Sin City has known life as two films, Sin City (2005) and Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (2014), and obviously the fan interest is there to continue studios […]
Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello participated in an extremely engaging and unmoderated C2E2 panel earlier today, which covered a wide range of topics including various aspects of Miller’s career and future plans. Miller dropped a tidbit about the Superman project he hopes to be able to announce with DC, and also about the next two […]
As if being trapped on a boat with thousands of *shudder* comic book fans weren’t a frightening enough concept, ill-conceived comic con themed cruise Fan2Sea has announced a partnership with Frank Miller to “bring Sin City to life” in a special cruise ship casino. Billed as “the premier comic book and entertainment vacation cruise” to distinguish itself from […]
The Barnes And Noble Blog has been recognising what it calls the greatest revenge stories in literature, picking its top seven. Some you might expect, such as Homer‘s Ilia, William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Alexandre Dumas‘ The Count of Monte Cristo. Then there are some more recent, what might be dubbed by some “pot-boilers”, Carrie by Stephen King, True Grit […]
We ran an article the other week, with Frank Miller talking about the plot of Dark Knight in an interview with French newspaper Le Monde. But also in that interview, Miller talked abut his next planned Sin City volume, which he mentioned at New York Comic Con. But this time he gave it a name. […]
CBR News has the word. At a press event Bleeding Cool has only just discovered existed, Frank Miller told the assembled throng that he is working on a new Sin City comic book. And it’s a Sin City love story set in the backdrop of World War II. The furthest is comic has gone back into […]
Okay, I confess to finding a few odd photos on my phone, post New York Comic Con. So here’s a place to put a few of them. Such as discovering a tipped-over Marv figure at the Dark Horse booth. Much to Mike Richardson’s horror. But rapidly rectifying the situation. Alex De Campi at the same […]
By Devon Sanders I’m loyal to nothing, General—except The Dream. –Frank Miller’s Captain America in Daredevil: Born Again (1986) With those eight words, at 14 years old, writer Frank Miller showed me what type of American I wanted to be. This Captain America was a steadfast believer in the American Dream and what it should […]
You would think by now that a group calling themselves Cinema Sins would have already gotten around to a movie called Sin City… but with upcoming release of Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, the guys have whipped up their latest Everything Wrong With Sin City In 14 Minutes Or Less… which runs about […]
By Nikolai Fomich [Chris Miskiewicz] Who is Chris Miskiewicz? What is Chris Miskiewicz? Some say he’s a writer of short stories, comics, and film. Others that he is in fact an international man of mystery. Though both are probably true, I spoke with him only about his career as a writer – including about […]
Live updating by Hilton Collins All right-y folks… the Sin City: A Dame to Kill for panel starts in Hall H pretty soon, in like about 10 minutes, so geeeeettt ready… Comic-Con’s director of programming Eddie Ibrahim has come onto stage to introduce the panel. Now Geoff Boucher is coming out to moderate the […]
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 Dawson was Fallon’s guest and it does very much revolve around her. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rG0tXBIVCPY[/youtube] The prevalence […]
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 weeks back – if, disappointingly, not exclusive GIFs but things we’d already seen in video. […]
Adi Tantimedh writes: [*Warning: Spoilers below!] The wait is over. The first volume of the official sequel to Lone Wolf and Cub has finally come out in English. The original series is something you probably know by now: a samurai wanders feudal Japan with his young son earning his keep as an assassin-for-hire while waging […]
Of course, Eva Green looks poised to steal the show.
By Erik Grove Memorial Day weekend is the traditional start of the summer. In Portland the sun is now marginally more present than the clouds and the rose bushes that next to my driveway that like to hook onto my hoody and rip holes in it are in full bloom. This is the time of […]
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.