Jamie Chung Discusses Working With Robert Rodriguez On SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR

Jamie Chung Discusses Working With Robert Rodriguez On SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR

While promoting her role as Mulan on ABC's hit show, Once Upon A Time, actress Jamie Chung also took time to discuss working with director Robert Rodriguez for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.

When Supermodel/actress, Devon Aoki, had to drop out from Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, Jamie Chung was there to pounce on the opportunity to be the next deadly little Miho. 2005's Sin City was filled with plenty of violence, especially the scenes involving Miho, the mute female assassin.

Chung, is best known to moviegoers for playing Amber in Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch, and Stew's (Ed Helms) wife in The Hangover 2. You can currently see her on ABC's Once Upon A Time, as Mulan, the warrior princess.

ETonline: You've also stepped in for a pregnant Devon Aoki to play Miho in Sin City 2. With its stunt work and greenscreen filming, I kind of feel like all your other roles have kind of prepared you for this part.

Chung: That's so true. And Robert [Rodriguez, director] is really taking it to the next level. In terms of technology, there's so much more for him to play with. Robert is such a creative man. His work process is so fascinating to me. There's not much time to prep. You get up there and he says do it and you just do it. It's by the far the most physical role I've ever done. I'm in action hero heaven!

ETonline: In general, are you someone who meticulously plans their career or just operates on a role-to-role basis?

Chung: I don't plan too far ahead, it really is one script to the next. I'm such a scrapper, I'll take whatever comes my way. That's why I get a lot of leftovers. But when those leftovers are Sin City 2, I won't complain. The goal is to constantly create and keep moving – if you have movement going forward and hopefully the work will be there to match your desires.

SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR was developed by Frank Miller based upon his graphic novel, with a screenplay by Frank Miller and Academy Award winner William Monahan (The Departed). Rosario Dawson and Jessica Alba are already confirmed to return. The film will open nationwide on October 4, 2013.

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