Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's sequel to Sin City will be hitting theaters on October 4, 2013!
Over eight years after the original Sin City made theatergoers scream "AAIIIIIEEEEE!," the sequel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For will hit theaters nationwide, presumably in multiple forms of 3D or whatever new gimmicks are invented in the next year to justify increasing the price of movie tickets. The movie will of course adapt the title story by Frank Miller, and will also feature some original content, most likely about how all women are whores, but quite possibly about how all Arabs are terrorists. Place your bets now.
In response to the announcement, Alan Moore called DC Comics "faceraping bloodsuckers" and refused any royalties for the film. When the bearded warlock was informed that Sin City was the work of similarly insane creator Frank Miller and not himself, Moore called the property derivative garbage, and lamented the lack of talent in the comic book industry.
And now, please enjoy this half-naked picture of Jessica Alba.
Source: Ain't It Cool News
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