There's not much to see just yet, given that production hasn't started, but a promo poster has been released for the eagerly-awaited Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.
The poster does confirm that Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller are returning as directors. Will Quentin Tarantino be returning as guest director, too? Given that he's working on his own film right now, Django Unchained, we'd suggest that's something of a long shot.
As we hear more on Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, we'll let you know...
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