For those unfortunate enough to have missed the Hall H presentation of Sin City: A Dame to Killy For at Comic-Con, fans of the pulpy black and white adaptation of the Frank Miller graphic novels are in luck. Now that the dust has settled now in San Diego, in the aftermath comes a red band trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. You can find more guns, girls, and violence after the jump. Continue reading
A new poster for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For in lieu of the films appearance at Comic-Con this year. Not only will the much anticipated blockbuster release have a panel in Hall H, but many of the classic cars featured in A Dame to Kill For will be on display at PETCO Park throughout SDCC. The cast and filmmakers will also make have two signings for fans before and after the panel. Find out more details after the break. Continue reading
If Thursday and Friday did not satisfy your craving of big names coming to SDCC, Saturday will certainly wet your whistle. Comic-Con 2014 has released its Saturday panel schedule, which includes The Hobbit, Mad Max, Gotham, Sailor Moon, Sin City, Marvel Studios, True Blood, Once Upon a Time, and the cosplay Masquerade. Check out the full schedule of panels after the break. Continue reading
Sin City‘s where you go in with your eyes open, or you don’t come out at all. Dimension Films lets the monster out in the latest trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. We have ourselves a better look at the interwoven stories of the acclaimed Frank Miller adaptation. Watch the trailer after the break. Continue reading
The tagline doesn’t lie. A new poster for Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has been lighting the Internet on fire. Revealing more skin than the MPAA would like to see, the poster in question showcases a scantily clad Eva Green as Ava Lord. See the poster after the break.
It must be our lucky day because today Dimension films released the first trailer for the long awaited Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, a sequel nine years in the making. With all of the ducks in a row, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have wrangled up the all-star cast from the first film including Bruce Willis, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Michael Madsen, Rosario Dawson, and Jamie King, as well as some new faces such as Josh Brolin, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ray Liotta, Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven, Dennis Haysbert, Julia Garner, and Juno Temple. Watch the highly awaited first trailer for A Dame to Kill For after the break. Continue reading
During a Facebook livechat for the Grindhouse movies, director Robert Rodriguez suggested that Sin City 2 would be his next project after Spy Kids 4. This lovely update comes from The Playlist who luckily caught Rodriguez in the conversation.
“Frank Miller and I are working on it. It’s slated to be the next one. But if the script is not ready, then we’ll have to move to the next one.”
Comics2Film at Mania.com spoke exclusively to producer Stephen L’Heureux of Solipsist Films who gave us the scoop on his slate of many comic-based films. Among them are two projects in orbit around comics creator and filmmaker Frank Miller: the ‘Sin City‘ franchise and an adaptation of Miller’s ‘Hard Boiled‘.
L’Heureux confirmed for us that the long-awaited sequel ‘Sin City 2‘ will go into production in the second half of 2010. Unlike the first movie, which used the graphic novels as both screenplay and story boards, the sequel will be based on an original script by Miller. As with the original, Miller will co-direct with Robert Rodriguez.
The producer also told us that Miller is hard at work on the screenplay for ‘Hard Boiled‘, based on his comic series from Dark Horse from the early 1990s. Miller is attached to direct that feature.
The ultra-violent comic featured a troubled tax collector named Nixon who slowly begins to realize that his life is nothing like what it seems and he is some kind of robot doing the bidding of a shadowy organization. The book was printed in an oversize format to accommodate the intricately detailed artwork of co-creator Geoff Darrow.
However, L’Heureux told us ‘Hard Boiled‘ is still in the early stages.
“We’re still developing it. We got the project in turnaround from Warner Bros and Frank. It’s such a pleasure to work with someone like Frank Miller. He’s so smart and passionate about story at all levels from 1940s noir pulp to modern film,” L’Heureux said.
So when can fans expect to see the movie? The producer said it all comes down to scheduling Miller’s time.
“With ‘Sin City‘ just on the horizon I don’t think we’d be able to do it with Frank right away. As simple as ‘Sin City‘ seems, it’s a very complex scheduling with all these actors and it’s a very demanding shoot to be on a sound stage all day long,” L’Heureux told us. “We have to space it for Frank. There’s also talk, of course, of ‘Sin City 3‘.”