First trailer for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

Trailer Simon Brew 6 Mar 2014 - 22:17

It's here: the first trailer for Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For...

As promised earlier in the week, the first trailer for the eagerly-awaited follow-up to the first Sin City movie has now landed. Sin City: A Dame To Kill For is directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, and the pair have lured a cast that includes Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Mickey Rourke, Rosario Dawson and Ray Liotta (amongst many, many others).

The film arrives in cinemas at the end of August, and you can see the trailer for the film below. It follows the style of the first film, bringing a collection of fresh stories from the Sin City comic books to the screen as it does so. Hopefully, it's as good as the last film too. We suspect it might be...

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looks good, every bit as stylish as the original.

Poor, out of place choice of music for a Sin City trailer.

Nice. VFX look sharp.

I'll believe this film is being made after I've watched it and left the cinema.

Is "Screenplay by Frank Miller" supposed to be a recommendation? I never saw "The Spirit" but the reviews were scathing, and "Holy Terror" was Islamophobic dreck.

... honestly, marketing guys, I'd keep the writer for this one quiet.

I on the other hand thought the music was fantastic.

Totally agree. Very odd choice. Given that, for me at least, a major part of Sin City's appeal was its retro-feel, the use of such modern music in the trailer is a worrying sign.

Apparently no one ever saw the trailer for the original, with music from Transporter 2 over it. Oh, wait...

Can't wait for this , looks brilliant:)

Well, it's about time. Music is diabolical. I remember seeing the trailer for the first in the cinema and the music was amazing. I can't remember if it was on Transporter 2 (it's been a long time since I visited that masterpiece) but it was the instrumental version of Cells by The Servant. They had it as a free download on their site after everyone who saw the trailer demanded it. Fantastic trailer.

Oh yes, please be as good as the first one... or even better :)

"[...]a major part of Sin City's appeal was its retro-feel, the use of such modern music in the trailer is a worrying sign."

My thoughts exactly.

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