If you had asked me 15 years ago, I probably would have told you that "Frank Miller directed a Gucci commercial" was possibly the very last sentence I ever expected to type. And yet, here we are. Inspired by the look
This one falls squarely into the "I can't believe no one did this sooner" department. With Sin City 2 set to arrive in theaters later this year and Maxis Studios releasing the new SimCity game next month, a video mashup of the two properties was almost inevitable, and the folks over at UGO have put one together as part of their "Not Fake Trailers" series. You can check out the full video after the cut.
Bad news for all those hoping that Joseph Gordon-Levitt would take the lead role of Star Lord in Marvel Studios' Guardians of The Galaxy: He's decided to pass on the opportunity. He's staying with comic
Seven years after the release of the first film based on the popular and award-winning Dark Horse graphic novel series by Frank Miller, we now have an official release date for the long-awaited sequel. Sin City: A Dam
Just a week after Robert Rodriguez confirmed that he and Frank Miller would finally re-team for a second Sin City movie, the director has been talking about what to expect from A Dame To Kill For, including the structure, the actors who'll return for a second outing, and why it's taken so long to start wor
Sin City fans waiting for a followup to Robert Rodriguez's 2005 live action adaptation of Frank Miller's acclaimed crime comic can officially activate their impatience engines. Rodriguez has officially
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez told a crowd at SXSW this week that he will begin production of Sin City 2 this summer. Rodriguez's statement is just the latest of many such predictions since the original Sin City movie he co-directed with graphic novelist Frank Mil
By now, you've almost certainly heard about the statements about the Occupy protests by legendary comic book creator and hat enthusiast Frank Miller, in which he referred to the protesters as "louts, thieves and rapists" and suggested that they "go back to your mommas' basements." They are undoubtedly pretty polarizing statements, but we here at ComicsAlliance have been a little perplexe
Most of the fun with trailer mashups comes from the unlikely juxtapositions, and it's hard to get more likely than Frank Miller's Sin City crossing with virtually the entire history of Disney animated films, including Beauty and the Beast, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin, 101 Dalmatians and more.