Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

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Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For made a great big thud at the box office this weekend, earning just $6.5 million off of an estimated $60-$70 million budget. This despite the popularity of the first film (which opened with $29 million in April 2005), the source material and an all-star cast that included Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin and Jessica Alba. 

Commercials and other promotional efforts for this thing were everywhere, so no one can claim that a lack of exposure did Sin City: A Dame to Kill For in. That’s not necessarily a reference to the rejected Eva Green/sheerly masked breasts poster that made the rounds (if you’ve read this site before, I’m sure you’ve seen it… over and over again), it just seems like it is. (more…)

I guess it’s finally happening. Good thing because once sequels cross the 10 year mark between chapters, we start asking why the filmmakers are even bothering in the first place.

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Dimension Films is staking out the date of October 4th 2013 as the launch for Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, which will be about eight and a half years after the release of the original Sin City. Read the full press release immediately following the proverbial jump: (more…)