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Review: 'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' Starring Jessica Alba, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin, Eva Green And More When Robert Rodriguez’s original "Sin City" was released way back in 2005, the VFX-heavy neo-noir felt like something genuinely groundbreaking – a comic book adaptation so faithful to the source material and its striking visuals that the comic's creator Frank Miller received a co-directing credit. Rodriguez and Miller didn't so much translate sequences from Miller's beloved cult series as they practically cut and pasted them out of the graphic novel, positioning them in arresting tableaus Xeroxed straight from the books.

Jessica Alba stars in new clip from Sin City: A Dame To Kill For: watch now The first clip has arrived online from Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, in which Jessica Alba decides to go a little crazy… It looks like her character, poor old Nancy the stripper, is pretty much at the end of her rope, tormented by visions of cackling villain, Senator Roarke. Deciding its time for a new approach to life, Nancy reaches for the scissors and gives herself a bit of a makeover. Looks like somebody is preparing to channel their inner badass… Take a look at the new clip, below… We're not sure where those scars have suddenly emerged from.

Jessica Alba stars in new clip from Sin City: A Dame To Kill For: watch now The first clip has arrived online from Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, in which Jessica Alba decides to go a little crazy… It looks like her character, poor old Nancy the stripper, is pretty much at the end of her rope, tormented by visions of cackling villain, Senator Roarke. Deciding its time for a new approach to life, Nancy reaches for the scissors and gives herself a bit of a makeover. Looks like somebody is preparing to channel their inner badass… Take a look at the new clip, below… We're not sure where those scars have suddenly emerged from.

Jessica Alba stars in new clip from Sin City: A Dame To Kill For: watch now The first clip has arrived online from Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, in which Jessica Alba decides to go a little crazy… It looks like her character, poor old Nancy the stripper, is pretty much at the end of her rope, tormented by visions of cackling villain, Senator Roarke. Deciding its time for a new approach to life, Nancy reaches for the scissors and gives herself a bit of a makeover. Looks like somebody is preparing to channel their inner badass… Take a look at the new clip, below… We're not sure where those scars have suddenly emerged from.

8 New 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Images In this week's splashy summer issue of EW, which finds Jessica Alba stripping down for a poolside jaunt with a snow cone, there are a series of new images from the upcoming sequel Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Check out the return of Marv (Mickey Rourke) as he goes for a ride with the ladies of Old Town. We also get new images of Jessica Alba as Nancy performing at her strip club, Joseph Gordon-Levitt taking a ride as new character Johnny and Eva Green as Ava Lord seducing Dwight (Josh Brolin who steps in to replace Clive Owen).

‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ Posters; Jessica Alba Talks Nancy’s Storyline The Sin City movie sequel, subtitled A Dame to Kill For, finally arrives in theaters this summer – but is it too late? That’s the question on most everyone’s mind, given the sheer amount of time passed – in combination with how drastically the comic book film landscape has changed – since nine years ago, when Robert Rodriguez teamed up with Frank Miller to bring the latter’s violent, stylized neo-Noir comic book property to the big screen.

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Sundance Favorite 'A.C.O.D.' Gets Distribution

feedproxy.google.com – This year’s Sundance Film Festival was full of great films, but the one that stood above the rest for me was Stuart Zicherman‘s A.C.O.D. The film stars Adam Scott as an adult child of divorce, who weaves his way through life between parents who hate each other (Richard Jenkins and Catherine O’Hara).

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