As filming began Monday on the long-promised Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, actresses Jaime King and Jamie Chung joined the sequel to the 2005 adaptation of the neo-noir comics by Frank Miller.
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Rosario Dawson teases that Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the sequel to Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s 2005 film, will finally begin shooting in November — possibly with some changes to the source material.
After more than two years of being referred to alternately as Xerxes and Battle of Artemisia, the follow-up to Legendary Pictures’ hit 2007 film 300 finally officially has a title — 300: Rise of an Empire.
Jack O’Connell, best known for his role on the U.K. teen drama Skins, has joined the cast of director Noam Murro’s follow-up to 300. The film opens Aug. 2, 2013.
Dimension Films has announced an Oct. 4, 2013, release date for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the sequel from co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller.
Promotional posters have arrived for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For and Machete Kills, two eagerly awaited sequels that director Robert Rodriguez begins shooting this summer.
Director Robert Rodriguez has confirmed that Mickey Rourke and Rosario Dawson will reprise their Sin City roles for the sequel A Dame to Kill For. However, he says he hasn’t yet spoken to Angelina Jolie, who’s long been his first choice to play Ava Lord in the adaptation of Frank Miller’s neo-noir crime comic.
British actor Jamie Blackley will play the young leader of a band of soldiers in director Noam Murro’s untitled follow-up to the 2007 blockbuster 300.
Sullivan Stapleton, who appeared in the 2010 crime drama Animal Kingdom and on the TV series Strike Back, will star in the untitled follow-up to 300. Whether he’s playing the Persian leader Xerxes or the Athenian general Themistocles is a little unclear, though.
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have begun negotiations with Casino Royale actress Eva Green to play the female lead in 300: Battle of Artemisia.
Universal has picked up the rights to Dark Horse’s 2002 supernatural adventure Fort: Prophet of the Unexplained, with Robert Zemeckis set to produce.
Robert Knepper, the scene-stealing T-Bag from Fox’s Prison Break, will appear opposite Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges in the adaptation of the Dark Horse miniseries.