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Friday
Feb152013

Josh Brolin Cruises Into 'Sin City' In New Tweeted Photos

It may have taken eight years, but we're finally getting a sequel to 2005's critical and commercial hit Sin City.  It's been jumping in and out of development since then, and for a while it seemed we'd never get another glimpse at Frank Miller's noir paradise Basin City again.  Now, it's moved into filming and we have definitive proof: A screenshot of Josh Brolin in action on green screen, and then a post visual effects version.

Robert Rodriguez tweeted this photo, saying:

Have been deep into filming Sin City 2. Want to see some behind the scenes pics?

Having a BLAST making this movie. Amazing cast, and they're all doing fantastic work. Here's bad ass Josh Brolin driving a Rodriguez-mobile. (A green box with a steering wheel bolted on)

Not impressed?  Check out a version with the visuals put in (though Rodriguez has said there won't be rain in the final edit.)

Badass, indeed.  Josh Brolin plays Dwight, who was portrayed by Clive Owen in the first film.

Like the first, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For contains multiple storylines, and they take place before, during, and after the stories from the original film.

It's set for an October 4 release and stars Josh Brolin, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis, Rosario Dawson, Jaime King, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Eva Green.

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