Sin City 2 Ready to Roll

by Laurance


There is no doubt in the storytelling capabilities of Frank Miller and it seems his work is a hot commodity these days in Hollywood. Following the success of Sin City, based on Miller’s noir graphic novels of the same name, He and co-director Robert Rodriguez are ready to saddle up and give it another go. Miller had this to share about the sequel:

  “The script is largely done, and now we’re in that limbo zone where we’re casting and making script adjustments as we go,” Miller said in an interview while promoting 300, which he executive-produced and which is also based on one of his graphic novels.

Miller added that the sequel will be based on A Dame to Kill for, the second Sin City tale and a prequel to The Hard Goodbye, which was the basis of one of the first film’s storylines. The sequel will also deal with “a couple of old stories and one brand-new one,” Miller said. “The old ones are a couple of ‘Blue Eyes’ stories, and there’s an ‘Old Town Girls’ story, and the new one features Nancy Callahan [played by Jessica Alba] in a very different, very scary role. I’m hoping we’ll start in late spring. It gets pretty hot in Austin, so there might be a summer’s interruption there, but both Robert and I really want to be shooting this thing as soon as possible.”

Since A Dame to Kill For is a prequel to The Hard Goodbye, expect some more beat-downs from our favorite anti-hero with an ugly mug, Marv. Sin City was the very first all digital movie and visual theatrical treat that gave fans a movie going experience unlike any other. Here is to hoping that Miller and Rodriguez can exceed expectations.

[Source: SCI FI Wire]


~ by laurance on February 23, 2007.

One Response to “Sin City 2 Ready to Roll”

  1. this is great news. marv’s character is a big reason why i loved sin city, man i can’t wait for this.

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