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Sin City 2 Trailer Drops

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Nearly a decade has hurtled by since we were treated to Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City, adapted Frank Miller's noir comic book series, and finally, nine years later, we have a trailer for the sequel.

Taken straight from an existing Miller graphic novel, Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill will see the return a few gravely-toned characters from the original (Mickey Rourke as tough guy Marv, Bruce Willis as stoic police detective John Hartigan), while notable fresh additions include Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin, Ray Liotta, and Eva Green - playing said Dame.

Short, sharp and stirring, we don't know about you but the noir-packed clip (below) already has us reaching for the bourbon.

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For is out from 22 August

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