Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
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…)
Getting its own panel in Hall H today is Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. In attendance will be Miller, director Robert Rodriguez, as well as some of the cast. Again, Rush Urbalejo will be bringing all the updates as they come. Take it away, Rush! Panel starts 2:50pm PST. (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.
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…)