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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (19-Aug-2014)

Directors: Frank Miller; Robert Rodriguez

Writer: Frank Miller

Keywords: Action/Adventure

Sequel to 2005's Sin City continues the story of a comically violent neo-noir town and its colorful denizens.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to Sin City (2005). Adapted largely from the second book of Frank Miller's Sin City series of comic books, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For returns to its neo-noir setting for an all-new series of vignettes, following the metropolis' most violent and colorful residents as they embark on a new series of oft-graphic adventures.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jessica Alba
Actor
28-Apr-1981   Dark Angel
Powers Boothe
Actor
1-Jun-1949   Guyana Tragedy: The Story Of Jim Jones
Josh Brolin
Actor
12-Feb-1968   No Country for Old Men
Marton Csokas
Actor
30-Jun-1966   Borias on Xena, Warrior Princess
Rosario Dawson
Actor
9-May-1979   Josie and the Pussycats
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Actor
17-Feb-1981   Third Rock From the Sun
Eva Green
Actor
5-Jul-1980   The Dreamers
Dennis Haysbert
Actor
2-Jun-1954   President David Palmer on 24
Stacy Keach
Actor
2-Jun-1941   Mike Hammer, also voice narrator
Jaime King
Actor
23-Apr-1979   White Chicks
Lady Gaga
Singer
28-Mar-1986   The Fame
Ray Liotta
Actor
18-Dec-1954   Goodfellas
Christopher Lloyd
Actor
22-Oct-1938   Jim Ignatowski on Taxi
Christopher Meloni
Actor
2-Apr-1961   Law & Order: SVU, Oz
Jeremy Piven
Actor
26-Jul-1965   Ari Gold on Entourage
Mickey Rourke
Actor
16-Sep-1952   The Wrestler
Juno Temple
Actor
21-Jul-1989   St. Trinian's
Alexa Vega
Actor
27-Aug-1988   Spy Kids
Bruce Willis
Actor
19-Mar-1955   Die Hard

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