The offer also involves a "hard-R" animated series for a prequel to Sin Town.
Sin Metropolis creator Frank Miller has reportedly struck a cope with USA manufacturing firm Legendary for a brand new tv sequence of his award-winning graphic novel, with the 2005 movie adaptation's co-director Robert Rodriguez additionally concerned in talks.
Damaged by Deadline, it appears like the Sin City tv collection can be a possible continuation of the film franchise, or at least a mixing of Miller's storylines from the comedian books and all-new narratives. Stephen L'Heureux, 1 of the producers for Sin Metropolis: A Dame to Eliminate For and Silenn Thomas, head of Frank Miller's creation business will provide as producers on the new sequence. This news comes to us from Deadline. The collection is about to be govt produced by Miller himself, and director Rodriguez can also be apparently near signing on as an govt producer on the collection. Sin Town would continue on in Dark Horse Presents #51-62 serialized in 13 parts.
News of this show shouldn't be a surprise given that previous year Miller regained the movie and TV rights to Sin City. The film centered on interwoven stories with an ensemble cast that included the likes of Jessica Alba, Benicio del Toro, Brittany Murphy, Clive Owen, Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis, and Elijah Wood.
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The prospect of Miller and Rodriguez reteaming to creatively guide this anthology series ought to get fans excited.
In particular person, these new character posters emphasize Timothy Dalton's The Important, Diane Guerrero's Mad Jane, Joivan Wade's Cyborg, April Bowlby's Elasti-Woman, Matt Bomer's Unfavorable Man and Brendan Fraser's Robotman.
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It's not yet known if they will direct episodes for the first season too, should the project come to fruition.