Sin City

Sin City Sin City is the title for a series of neo-noir comics by Frank Miller. The first story originally appeared in "Dark Horse Presents Fifth Anniversary Special" (April, 1991), and continued in Dark Horse Presents #51–62 from May 1991 to June 1992, under the title of Sin City, serialized in thirteen parts. Several other stories of variable lengths have followed. All stories take place in Basin City, with frequent recurring characters and intertwining stories.
A movie adaptation of Sin City, co-directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller with "special guest director" Quentin Tarantino, was released on April 1, 2005. A planned sequel was announced soon after, but has since been delayed indefinitely.
It's been a while since I read the Dame To Kill For graphic novel, but these look like they may just be reworked panels from that! Anyway, the official Facebook page for Robert Rodriguez's sequel has posted several cool looking storyboards for the film, which you can see after the jump...
Several new images from Robert Rodriguez's/Frank Miller's Sin City sequel have been released, giving us fresh looks at Jessica Alba, Dennis Haysbert, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Powers Boothe, and our first glimpse at the returning Bruce Willis as Hartigan.
Three still images from Robert Rodriguez's Sin City sequel have popped up online. A couple of them seem to be basically cleaned up shots from the trailer, but nevertheless take a look at some nice pics of Eva Green, Jessica Alba and a bandaged Josh Brolin after the jump.
After the jump get your very first look at footage from Robert Rodriguez's Sin City sequel, which features that same old noirish vibe we know and love, along with smashing visuals (yes, Jessica Alba is back on the stage). Take a look.
Director Robert Rodriguez has unveiled another new image from his Sin City sequel ahead of tomorrow's trailer premiere. Check out our very first glimpse of Jamie Chung; replacing Devon Aoki as the katana-wielding Old Town girl, "deadly little Miho".
Almost 10 years after the first film hit theaters, we'll finally get our first look at Robert Rodriguez's sequel to Sin City tomorrow. Plus, those three scanned images (Marv, Nancy & Johnny) from the movie have been officially released in hi-res.
The full-length trailer of Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For arrives just in time for the release of his other comic turned movie, 300: Rise of an Empire.
We finally have some new images from Robert Rodriguez's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, with Mickey Rourke as Marv, Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Johnny, and the lovely Jessica Alba as the extremely demure and retiring wallflower, Nancy Callahan. Take a look after the jump.
World Security Council actor Powers Boothe on whether he's in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Director Robert Rodgriguez on Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Dominic Cooper discusses his participation in Duncan Jones' Warcraft movie.
It appears the rumors are true, Sin City 2's title is remaining unchanged.
After an apparent title change hit the web for Sin City 2 last month, now Robert Rodriguez says the title change isn’t true and that the original one is still in place.
In 2005, Bottlerocket Entertainment tried to create a video game adaption of Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's neo-noir crime action thriller, Sin City. Thanks to artist, Roger Robinson, we can view a demo for the never-made video game. Come check it out!
The Weinstein Company wants a Sin City tv series to quickly follow after the August 2014 release of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Would you want to see such a tv drama or does Sin City belong only on movie theater screens?
Word has come down from the American Film Market festival 2013 that Sin City: A Dame To Kill For has been retitled Sin City: A Dame To Die For. Cinema marketing at its finest. Check out our Sin City section for all the latest news from Basin City.
It seems that Machete Kills isn't the only Robert Rodriguez movie the bonkers pop-star will be appearing in, as Joseph Gordon-Levitt revealed during a radio interview. The TDKR actor is full of praise for his co-star too..
Was Sin City: A Dame to Kill For one of your most highly anticipated comic book movies of 2013? Well, you may be disappointed to learn that the Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez helmed sequel has been delayed until next year. Hit the jump to find out when you'll be able to see it!
During a lengthy interview with Collider concerning his upcoming films, Ray Liotta talked a little bit about his part in the upcoming sequel to Frank Miller's Sin City. Hit the jump to check it out. Be sure to visit our Sin City hub for more news.
Photos from the lovely self professed comic geek's recent CQ shoot are now online for you to take a look at. Plus, she teases her reprisal of Gail in Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, though she's not giving very much away!
The actress can currently be seen heating up the screen in Danny Boyle's Trance, but as we know she'll soon be reprising the role of Gail in Robert Rodriguez's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. She talks to Collider about that, and potential appearances in "big" comic book movies.
Rosario Dawson thinks the wait for Sin City wasn't necessarily a bad thing as technological advancements will bring a new dimension to the sequel, A Dame To Kill For. Where does the film rank in your most anticipated films of 2013?
As we already know, Gordon-Levitt will play a new character - i.e not from Frank Miller's source comics - named Jonny, and his story will be titled "The Long Bad Night". Now, while speaking to SHH, the actor reveals a few more details on what we can expect..
James Gunn is scouting locations for Guardians of the Galaxy, episode titles for Game of Thrones Season Three and did Jaime King reveal a surprise cameo in Sin City: A Dame To Kill For?
While talking on the Red Carpet at last night's Oscars, actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt was asked about his work on Sin City: A Dame To Kill For where he revealed he is done shooting it already, as well as gushed about working with Robert Rodriguez.
We've already heard from the actress about reprising her role as Nancy Callaghan in Robert Rodriguez's upcoming Sin City sequel, but here she talks about the delays in getting started, and teases her "original story"..
What's it like for the actors to film there scenes at Robert Rodriguez's Troublemaker Studios for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For? You can get a sense of what they face in this behind the scenes image featuring Josh Brolin.