The first 'Sin City 2' trailer is finally here, and it's been long overdue. Not only has it been nine years since the first film hit theaters, but also the Robert Rodriguez film (officially titled 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For') was delayed for a year for reasons unknown. So really appreciate this first look at the coming sequel.
In 'Sin City 2,' titled 'A Dame to Kill For,' Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez bring back their black-and-white, neo-noir world of corruption, shootouts and one sexy Jessica Alba. The dancing seductress still has it goin' on as three new photos from the film have emerged online, featuring both returning and new cast members.
If there's one thing Sylvester Stallone understands about the 'Expendables' franchise, it's that you've got to go big or go home. Everything we've heard about the upcoming 'Expendables 3' makes it sound like it's in a mad rush to make up for the particularly poor second film, which can only be a good thing. Mr. Stallone took to Twitter to share and spitball some ideas, including the casting of a new star and the return of another.
Now that 'The Expendables 3' is officially a go, our attention now turns to who exactly will be coming back into the fold for this beloved action franchise? Aside from the primary stars, there have been rumors that the studio was trying to get some newbies to step into the fold -- Nicolas Cage, Harrison Ford, Wesley Snipes, Clint Eastwood and Mickey Rourke. Now, after all this waiting, one of them as been confirmed!
Good news for those of you who have been waiting years and years for that 'Sin City' sequel to finally start production -- it will and two of the big name stars from the Robert Rodriguez film will be coming back for the sequel.
It was 2005 when Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller blew audiences away with their gritty, film noir-looking comic book adaptation 'Sin City.' Between the visual style, how incredibly faithful it was to the source material, we never had seen anything like it. So why has it taken them so long to finally go ahead with 'Sin City 2'?