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Screen Junkies Show: Best & Worst Graphic Novel Movies
Thursday, August 21 by

Sin City 2 is hitting theaters, so we decided to assemble a panel to talk about the highs (and lows) of graphic novel movie adaptations!

Maybe it's just a couple minutes of the poster onscreen.
You’ll Get A Teaser Trailer For Tarantino’s ‘Hateful Eight’ Before ‘Sin City 2′ Screenings
Friday, August 15 by

We don’t have the trailer, and no one knows what’s in. (waits for applause)

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The ‘Sin City: A Dame To Kill For’ Official Trailer Is Out, And It’s Awesome
Thursday, March 6 by

…And it’s awesome.

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Passes Up Marvel For Johnny Depp’s Sloppy Second ‘Sin City’ Seconds
Tuesday, January 8 by

Title makes sense if you read the article.

Rodriguez: ‘Sin City 2′ Right After ‘Spy Kids 4′
Monday, October 11 by

Fans who are still hoping for a Sin City sequel have new reason to be optimistic. Director Robert Rodriguez has stated that he is ready to start on the film…right after he finishes Spy Kids 4, proving once again that it's always darkest before the dawn.

While Rodriguez is notorious for promising projects that don't materialize, the fact that the director mentioned a specific time frame for the film is a good sign. However, the fact that he's willing to hold off on Sin City 2 so he can go d**k around on another crappy CGI-heavy kids movie is not a good sign. (Cinema Blend)

Rodriguez Finds Some Time for ‘Sin City 2′
Tuesday, July 6 by

Robert Rodriguez wants to make Sin City 2. Fans want to see Sin City 2. Studios and theater owners want to make money off of Sin City 2? So what the hell's the hold up on Sin City 2?Apparently, Rodriguez just hasn't been able to find the time for a followup. After all, Spy Kids 4 and The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl aren't going to make themselves.But now comes word that Rodriguez has finally started a much needed rewrite to the Sin City 2 script, and the director is still very excited about the project. With any luck, fans will be seeing violent, on-screen castrations before the end of the decade. (Cinema Blend)