Check out the First Avenger in this slick and steamy Gucci Guilty Black commercial shot by the crazy comics genius.
We told you last week that Joseph Gordon-Levitt had been cast in the Sin City sequel. He's already joining big names Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Clive Owen, and Rosario Dawson, but now we've got three additional actors set to class up the joint even more.
The beauty of Joseph Gordon-Levitt being cast in the sequel to Sin City isn't just that a talented actor is continuing to add legitimacy to comic book flicks, it's also that we get to find out a bit more of what we can expect from Sin City 2. Plot info ahoy!
The sequel to Zack Snyder's 300 is finally in the works, and it seems the working title we've been hearing for nearly a year isn't going to stick. So what's the new one?
Warner Bros. Animation is swinging for the fences and turning Frank Miller's landmark graphic novel, The Dark Knight Returns, into not one, but two animated movies. And to play the aged—but not obsolete—Bruce Wayne, they've scored one of science fiction's most beloved actors.
With the news that Robert Rodriguez would be hopping back into the Sin City saddle for a sequel to the 2005 hit came a bit of speculation: Which of the original's cast would be returning and who'll be calling the shots?
It's taken seven years, but it looks like the old band is getting back together to create a sequel to Frank Miller's stylized action flick Sin City.
It's been nearly seven years since Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's comic noir masterpiece Sin City was released, which led most of us to believe the oft-rumored sequel may have been put so far on the back burner it might not be found. Not so, according to Rodriguez.
Holy Terror is the story Frank Miller has spent the better part of a decade working on. Meant at first to be the story of a post 9/11 Batman, it found new life with an original character called The Fixer instead. Now new imprint Legendary Comics will be releasing it—but not before whetting our appetites with a little trailer first.
When you decide to attempt a shot-for-shot re-creation of (arguably) the most important Batman story ever, it's time to bring out the big guns. DC Animated has done exactly that, especially when it comes to its female leads.