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Directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have tapped Stacy Keach to play the villainous Wallenquist alongside Mickey Rourke, Josh Brolin and Bruce Willis in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For."
Executive Producer Bruce Timm, "RoboCop" actor Peter Weller and the cast and crew of "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2" spoke with CBR at the red carpet premiere about the challenges of bringing Frank Miller's work to life.
"Casino Royale" actress Eva Green has been cast as the lead female role of Ava Lord in Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For." The film is set for release this October.
The latest clip from "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2" features the classic Batman/Joker showdown in the Tunnel of Love from Frank Miller's groundbreaking srtory. The animated film goes on sale today.
"Men in Black 3" actor Josh Brolin has been cast in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" as Dwight, a role previously portrayed by Clive Owen in 2005's "Sin City."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has passed on "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Godzilla" in favor of a key role in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," the sequel to the 2005 noir hit from Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller.
CSBG's collection of "meta messages," where comic book writers use their characters to comment on the work of their peers, includes Frank Miller's pointed message in an issue of "Sin City" regarding Jim Lee drawing like him.
"24" actor and Allstate spokesman Dennis Haysbert has joined the cast of "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," taking on the role of Manute, previously portrayed by the late Michael Clarke Duncan.
As filming began Monday on the long-promised "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," actresses Jaime King and Jamie Chung joined the sequel to the 2005 adaptation of the neo-noir comics by Frank Miller.
At New York Comic Con, producer Bruce Timm and voice talent coordinator Andrea Romano spoke about the second part of the animated "Dark Knight Returns" movie, future DC Universe animated projects and more.
Executive Producer Bruce Timm, director Jay Oliva, writer Bob Goodman and actor Peter Weller celebrated the premiere of "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1," discussing the behind the scenes making of the anticipated film.
Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment have released an all-new clip from "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1" in which the Caped Crusader deals with criminals and cops with his own style of diplomacy.
Warner Bros. has released the first clip from "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1," the animated adaptation of Frank Miller and Klaus Janson's acclaimed 1986 DC Comics miniseries.
With the clock run down on Fox's "Daredevil" plans, multiple reports indicate that Marvel could reclaim the film rights to the character as soon as mid-October.
In what appears to be another blow to Fox’s "Daredevil" plans, "The Grey" director Joe Carnahan reveals his idea for the Man Without Fear, described as a "Frank Miller-esque, hardcore '70s thriller," "went up in smoke."
Tim brings us back before Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli redefined Batman's origin and two relatively young creators took a shot at exploring the inner conflict of Bruce Wayne in Before They Were Famous: "Batman" #403.
The first ever DC Collectibles panel at Comic-Con International showcased world premieres of new products, including "Before Watchmen" and Dark Knight Returns" statues, new Ame-Comi designs and more.
The full trailer has arrived for "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1," the first installment of Warner Bros.' animated adaptation of the 1986 Frank Miller miniseries, set for release on Blu-ray and DVD on Sept. 25.
Geof Darrow spent some time candidly sharing stories from his long career in the comic and film industry, focusing on his friendships with the recently deceased Moebius and fellow comics legend Frank Miller.
Before anyone has a grasp on what led a man to open fire during "The Dark Knight Rises," one newspaper has tried to link the tragedy to Frank Miller's "Dark Knight Returns." ROBOT 6's Kevin Melrose responds.
Augie wraps up his look at "Daredevil: Born Again" by focusing on Frank Miller's writing and Joe Rosen's lettering. Plus, does DC's New 52 reboot have a problem with too many choices?
This week, IDW Publishing releases "David Mazzucchelli's Daredevil Born Again Artist's Edition." It's a giant book with a big legacy, and Augie likes what he sees. Really likes it.
ROBOT 6's Matt Seneca dives into the longboxes again to declare 1985's Daredevil #220 by David Mazzucchelli, Christie Scheele, Denny O’Neil and Frank Miller the greatest comic of all time.
Following the character's return in "Dark Horse Presents," John Arcudi's disfigured detective gets his own miniseries in August. CBR spoke exclusively with the writer about "The Creep."
Tom Batiuk's "Funky Winkerbean" to address gay rights in month-long storyline! Cape Comic Con kicks off today in Missouri! Looking back at Frank Miller's 1994 speech about Jack Kirby and creators' rights! Plus more!
Co-Directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have announced production is finally set to begin on the long-awaited sequel to 2005's "Sin City." CBR News has all the details.
Legendary Comics Editor-in-Chief Bob Schreck spoke with CBR TV about working with Matt Wagner and choosing new projects for the publisher while sharing a story about Frank Miller and "Dark Knight Strikes Again."
Appearing at South By Southwest, director Robert Rodriguez provided updates on the sequels to "Machete" and "Sin City," as well as his "Heavy Metal" remake.
Concept artist Simon Lissaman has revealed designs for a cancelled "Sin City" game including character designs for Marv and an in-depth exploration of Kadie's Bar.
PRESS RELEASE: Original Frank Miller "Dark Knight Returns" Cover Art Offered in Heritage Auctions' February Comics Event
ROBOT 6's Matt Seneca goes deep on a sequence from one of the all-time greatest Batman stories, Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's "Batman: Year One."
From Frank Miller and Roger Stern's Doctor Strange to the completed and never to be published Alan Grant and Frank Quitely Lobo mini, CBR wraps our list of infamous comic book no-shows with the final 15 titles.
Alan Moore reacts to Frank Miller's recent remarks about Occupy movement! A report from Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival! Kieron Gillen talks Kickstarter and Indie Go Go! Plus much more!
In light of Frank Miller's comments on Occupy Wall Street, Ron Marz examines political opinions and the slippery slope of fans not being able to separate a work from the person making it.
Augie offers up a couple of business ideas to Diamond Distributors to keep up with the times. Plus, Norm Breyfogle returns to Batman, and a word of consolation for Frank Miller fans.
The decidedly left-leaning Mark Millar steps up in defense of Frank Miller's anti-OWS stance while ROBOT 6's Kevin Melrose points out it may have been the tone more than the sentiment that riled up the comic industry.
Frank Miller has entered the political arena, this past weekend raging against Occupy Wall Street, prompting strong reactions from comic book pros, fans and mainstream media outlets. Kevin Melrose breaks it down.
Emmy Award-winning star of "Breaking Bad" Bryan Cranston told CBR how taking on the role of Jim Gordon in Warner Animation's "Batman: Year One" rewired his thinking on comics and animation.
In their inaugural New York Comic-Con panel, Legendary Comics editor-in-chief Bob Schreck, Frank Miller, Paul Pope and other artists reveal new details on current releases and tease a few new projects for the future.
After the success of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" and "Frank Miller's Robocop," are there more hit comics in Hollywood's recycle bin? CBR News investigates the most likely candidates.