Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is one of those films that is nothing without its effects. Its whole style relies on visual effects added after filming took place. Which is why it has an unusually hilarious b-roll.
If you know Frank Miller's oeuvre, you know that headline isn't an insult. It is, however, a real departure from the tone of the last Sin City. How much you like the new movie will depend on what you actually want out of this story of vengeful hookers in murder town.
It takes a whole lot of special effects to bring a comic book to life on the big screen. So what does a movie like Sin City: A Dame for Kill look like before all the after effects are applied? The answer is basically nothing like the actual film.
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Obviously, it's not quite as stylized and sexy as the original Sin City but this 8-bit video game version by CineFix does a great job in mimicking the original by adding the perfect dab of color to accentuate the shadowy world of the graphic novel. The whole thing plays out like a comic strip.
What's black and white and loves saying its own name all over? This ridiculous trailer for Sin City 2. The trailer does attempt to set up some of the plot, which appears to be: naked woman, bullets, cars, naked woman, death car. And it also reveals Lady Gaga's role. So there's that.
DC Comics may be looking to make a bunch of lower budget movies, based on lesser-known characters. An Alias favorite is headed to Sleepy Hollow, and more teasers of Arrow's take on Barry Allen. Plus, a Sin City TV show and a Wolfman series are in development. Spoilers ahead!
Producers Harvey and Bob Weinstein are looking to scripted television to increase their media offerings, and they have several scripted shows in the works. Among the TV series we could be seeing from the Weinstein Company in the near future: a Sin City series and a Frank Darabont-led miniseries based on The Mist.
The way of the ninja requires massive sacrifices, and samurai must live by the exacting code of Bushido. Usually, pop culture depicts ninjas and samurai as stoic men — but here are 10 amazing women who rose to the challenge.
Anyone hoping that Joseph Gordon-Levitt would get the role of Starlord in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy movie... well, sorry about your luck. JGL has joined Sin City 2 as Johnny, an original-to-the-movie main character who will appear throughout the film's storylines, and who is "a cocky gambler who disguises a…
Before Captain America punched fake Hitler as Chris Evans, Cap punched him on his own comic book cover in 1941. Colin Farrell stabbing Jennifer Garner in Daredevil? Frank Miller drew that first. Many film-makers today go to great lengths to pay tribute to the original comics that gave us these amazing characters —…
Could Sin City 2 finally happen? Is the world ready for another hyper-sexual, ultra-violent female exploitation flick from the fap rolodex that is Frank Miller's mind? Well... maybe with The Departed's writer penning it, yeah.
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The sexy blond twins from Sin City, played by Jamie King, gave the press an update on the status of Sin City 2. According to King, Frank Miller just finished the script, and filming may happen later this year, but sadly there will be no black and white naked King scenes (which I'm kind of okay with, actually.) [Latino…
With The Spirit having pretty much killed his movie career, Frank Miller is doing the only sensible thing he can: Working on sequels to 300 and Sin City as fast as he can.
Watching The Spirit get tangled up in his black and red suit wasn't only as confusing as Samuel L. Jackson's eyeliner, it was disturbing. A full review (with spoilers) explains why.
Is The Spirit just like Sin City — actually a playfully dark thriller, and we've all just missed the good jokes? See for yourself in these six Spirit clips.