Dimension Films announced today that the long-promised sequel to Sin City will hit theaters in October 4, 2013, roughly eight and a half years after Robert Rodriguez started promising everyone a sequel to Sin City. The film is titled Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, and will reunite Rodriguez with co-director Frank Miller. The press release only confirms two returning cast members: Mickey Rourke as lovable Cro-Magnon sociopath Marv, and Jessica Alba as your dancing Jessica Alba screensaver. But the studio promises “the remaining cast will be announced shortly with some huge names expected.” READ FULL STORY
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After seven long years, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller announced today that a sequel to their 2005 hard-boiled noir thriller Sin City is officially underway. Titled Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, the film was developed by Miller from his graphic novel of the same name, and scripted by Miller and William Monahan (The Departed). Dimension Films will once again distribute the film.
Production is slated for this summer at Rodriguez’s Troublemaker Studios in Austin, Texas. Casting will start next week; according to the official release, much of the film’s original cast is expected to return — though the release didn’t specify if the characters who died in the first film would be popping up again.
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