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Jessica Alba Signs With UTA

The Hollywood actress is set to star in and executive produce 'Trigger Warning' for Netflix.

Frank Miller Regains Film and TV Rights to ‘Sin City’

'Sin City' will no longer be part of the Weinstein Co.'s sale to Lantern.

Decked Out: Jamie Chung’s Killer Street Style

The actress plays an assassin in 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,' — turns out she's dressed to kill offscreen, too

Dark Horse Promises ‘Big Damn Sin City’ to Tie In With Movie’s Release

The publisher will release a 1,344-page collection of all Frank Miller's existing "Sin City" comics as part of promotional push coinciding with August's "A Dame to Kill For."

‘Django Unchained’ to Open in China With Less Vivid Blood

Director Quentin Tarantino made what a Sony executive calls "slight adjustments" in the form of smaller splashes of duller-colored blood for the rollout in the country later this week.

‘Sin City 2’ Adds Jaime King and Jamie Chung (Exclusive)

The actresses have joined a cast including Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson in Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's sequel, which began shooting Monday.

‘Sin City’ Sequel Gets a Release Date

Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller are co-directing the movie, which will shoot this summer in Austin, Texas.

‘Machete Kills’ Director Robert Rodriguez Says Sequel Takes Series ‘To Another Level’

The filmmaker hopes to handle directing duties himself for "Machete Kills," which will immediately precede another highly-anticipated sequel, "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For."

Fandom 5: ‘Avengers,’ More ‘Avengers,’ and ‘Sin City’

The newest Marvel movie gets a lot of thumbs-up, plus a new scene, while Robert Rodriguez dives back into the world of Frank Miller.

Holy Terrible: Reviews of Frank Miller’s ‘Holy Terror’ Are In

The comic book legend's latest work is praised for its opening sequence, but also called both "sloppy" and "surprisingly thin."

‘Sin City 2’ Enlists Oscar-Winning Writer William Monahan for Script Work (Exclusive)

Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have hired Monahan, who won an Academy Award for 2006's "The Departed," to work on a draft recently completed by Miller.

Dark Horse Comics’ Movie Hits and Misses of the Past 25 Years

From "The Mask" to "Timecop," the indie publisher's quarter-century of film adaptations includes both failures and surprise blockbusters.