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Rosario Dawson Back For SIN CITY 2

September 8, 2012
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In a recent conversation with E! Online Rosario Dawson confirmed that she would indeed be reprising her role as the gun-touting hooker with a heart of gold, Gail, in “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For”, saying:

"It's in! It's happening! Can't tell you nothing."

Coming Soon reports that the actress had previously ruminated on where she would like the character to go in the film, saying:

“I think Gail is pretty much Gail. What you see is what you get. I don't think she's going to be poppin' out any babies and singing any songs or anything like that. What's actually really fun about it is that we get to investigate it a little bit more into the storyline that was actually in "Sin City 2" - that middle chapter which is where Gail mostly was. Investigate a little more as to who is this man and what are they talking about when he's got a different face."

"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" was developed by Frank Miller based upon his graphic novel, with a screenplay by Frank Miller and Academy Award winner William Monahan ("The Departed"). Miller and Robert Rodriguez will co-direct. Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson are all slated to return for the sequel.

“Sin City: A Dame To Kill For” opens in AMC Theatres on October 4th, 2013.

Source: Coming Soon

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