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Sin City: The Dame is Now "To Die" For

Sin City: The Dame is Now

The sequel has just gotten a curious title change.



Source: [AFM '13] Dimension Changes Title of 'Sin City' Sequel

Bloody Disgusting was at the AFM '13 and noticed something particular with the Sin City sequel that adapts "A Dame to Kill For". Namely, the title has been changed to "A Dame to Die For.". Here's the poster:

 

 

Why the change? We don't know, and we'll probably not get an answer for awhile. What we do know is it'll have Bruce Willis, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Jaime King, and Rosario Dawson  reprising their roles from the previous film. Josh Brolin, the ever popular Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Eva Green join the cast in the central roles of Dwight (pre-Clive Owen face), Johnny, and Ava Lord. Sin City: A Dame to Die For will be out August 22 2014. 





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