This will be welcome news for fans of the stylized and gritty adaptation of Frank Miller’s Sin City that prompted Robert Rodriguez to exit the Directors Guild because the DGA wouldn’t let Miller co-direct the film with Rodriguez. Dimension Films, which released the first, announced that deals have been made and casting is underway. Rodriguez will have another sequel selling at Cannes.
They're back! And it's finally really, truly happening! Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller are actually in production, cameras rolling, on Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the sequel to the 2005 film adaptation of Frank Miller's graphic... Read Post
The "Sin City" sequel is working to bring "24's" Dennis Haysbert aboard as the lethal character Manute, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, the latter of whom created the "Sin City" comi... Read Post
Sin City occupies a strange, important place in the history of comic book films. Director Robert Rodriguez didn’t just honor the spirit of Frank Miller’s hard-boiled graphic novel series; he did everything in his power to directly t... Read Post