The new trailer for Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For, may very well be the sexiest trailer I have ever seen for any action movie as of late. Ever.
Directed by Robert Rodriguez and original graphic novel author Frank Miller, the film made a splash at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend promoting the sequel to 2005’s Sin City, and this week, the official SDCC red-band trailer has now gone viral. To be honest though, I don’t even need to say much beyond this point. The trailer pretty much sells itself, and yes, it’s quite sexy, in almost every way imaginable.
In the dark alleys of Sin City, Dwight (Josh Brolin taking over from Clive Owen) seeks revenge against the woman who betrayed him, femme fatale Ava Lord (Eva Green). Meanwhile, Nancy (Jessica Alba) is trying to cope with the death of her protector, Detective Hartigan (Bruce Willis), and a gambler named Johnny (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is out to destroy his enemy at his best game.
Watch the footage and get ready for its August 22 release!
P.S. – Eva Green, you had me at your first character poster. 😉
Nearing the final month before March 7, 2014 arrives, Warner Bros. is continuing to ramp up efforts to promote the upcoming release of director Noam Murro‘s new film, 300: Rise Of An Empire. Lucky fans and followers on Tuesday night will be able to attend special fan events in ten major cities to watch the first 13 minutes of the new film prior to screening the original 300 directed by Zack Snyder and starring Gerard Butler. In addition, fans also have until February 27 at 11:59pm to flex their biggest art muscles to showcase their best work for IGN‘s new contest where they can win some major prizes, including the helmet of main character Themistocles, played by actor Sullivan Stapleton.
This week, WB is taking you behind the scenes with some set pics you can check out at i09, and a brand new cast-and-crew behind-the-scenes featurette below with Murro, Snyder who served as executive producer, and actor Stapleton and actress Eva Green revealing some of the backgrounds of a few of the main characters in relation to both the new film and its 2006 predecessor.
Watch the new featurette and stay tuned for more coverage in the days and weeks ahead.