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In an announcement that should surprise no one, mostly because nobody bothered to care in the first place, Dimension Films has quietly pushed back Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's blood-soaked sequel "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," back nearly a year. Gone is its original October 3rd slot, and it will instead bow on August 22nd, 2014. For those of you really looking forward to a lot of shitty green screen and film noir-y dialogue more mumbled than spoken, this must come as a crushing blow. Get More »
Even as Zack Snyder prepares to unleash "Man of Steel," the powerhouse director and producer has a comic book movie of a decidedly different bent in the pipeline.
The brand new trailer for next year's "300: Rise of an Empire" hit the web today. The movie sees Israeli born relative newcomer Noam Murro taking the reigns from "300" director Snyder, who stayed on as producer. Lena Headey was of course rightfully the subject of one of our "Hot People Looking Hot" features recently and she's returned as Queen Gorgo. Of course, most of the characters in "300" (spoiler alert) didn't make it to the final frame, so we've got a mostly new cast of oiled up beefcakes doing battle in this one. Get More »
In Frank Miller's world, the men are tough as nails, the bastards are yellow and the dame are to kill for — especially if one of those dames happens to be Playboy Playmate Crystal McCahill.
Want proof? Then just check out these cool new photos McCahill just tweeted from the set of "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For." Get More »
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"The Dark Knight Rises" is the final film in Christopher Nolan's trilogy, but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of Batman. The Caped Crusader returns for an all-new DC Universe animated original movie, "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1," and we've got the trailer for you right here, courtesy of MTV Geek.
Peter Weller, the actor most famous for playing the titular character in "RoboCop," lends his voice as the aged Batman in this movie adapted from Frank Miller's graphic novel "The Dark Knight Returns." The movie follows Batman 10 years after hanging up his cape, turning to race cars and alcohol as Gotham is overrun by gangs of criminals called The Mutants. After Harvey Dent as Two-Face returns and he gains Robin as a sidekick, the Dark Knight is inspired to protect Gotham once again. Get More »
Here's some news that probably should've hit somewhere around 2006.
Seven (!) years after the release of "Sin City," filmmaking duo Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller are ready to officially begin production on what was once the highly anticipated sequel, "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For."
"A Dame to Kill For" is one of the better "Sin City" books written and illustrated by Miller (this writer might even say it's the all-time best, next to "That Yellow Bastard"). The story features ex-newspaper photographer turned seedy private investigator Dwight McCarthy (before he received the plastic surgery that made him look like Clive Owen in the first movie) becoming sexually obsessed with an irresistible femme fatale (and former lover), Ava Lord (a role we have a feeling will be offered to some hottie Rodriguez alum like Rose McGowan or Salma Hayek). Get More »
Finally, a worthy companion piece to "Who Framed Roger Rabbit."
We're not sure what inspired someone to recreate the "Sin City" trailer with footage from animated Disney films (especially six years after "Sin City" came out), but you know what? By jove, it works!
If nothing else, "Walt Disney's Sin City" shows us that there's more subversive imagery in Disney movies and cartoons than we probably realize. They certainly didn't need to take any creative liberties with recreating Jessica Alba's striptease -- ol' Walt was definitely a fan of burlesque. Get More »
"Madness? This. Is. SPARTA."
Ha ha, it's still pretty funny, even four years later, isn't it?
Guy Ritchie thinks it's so funny that he might be laughing all the way to the bank, as the director of "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" (that's the official title of the "Sherlock Homes" sequel) has been offered the the chance to lead the charge on "Xerxes," the sequel to Frank Miller's "300," according to Vulture. Get More »