The cast of Robert Rodiguez’ sequel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, continues to hot up as a possible new member of the cast has been discovered. While nothing has been officially announced, Playboy Playmate Crystal McCahill recently upload an image to Instagram which would suggest she is in the film.
The image has all the colourings of a Sin City style poster, complete with rain and Sin City style background. Even what she is wearing cries out Sin City, so it would seem that she is indeed joining the already impressive cast. Check out the image below, and hopefully official confirmation will be released soon.
Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson are all returning, with Jaime King also now re-joining the cast as Goldie’s twin sister Wendy. Jamie Chung has also been announced as appearing in the film, and she will be replacing Devon Aoki as vicious assassin Miho. It is also expected that Clive Owen will return as Dwight McCarthy, however, his character is expected to undergo a radical face change, and another as yet un-announced actor will also be playing the role. Ava is still yet to be cast, and while the role was written with Angelina Jolie in mind, it doesn’t look like she will be playing the role. Newly created character Johnny, who is a gambler, is also yet to be cast.
One of the storylines from Frank Miller’s graphic novels being adapted is “A Dame to Kill For,” originally published in 1993 and featuring a man named Dwight entangled in a complicated and deadly relationship with a femme fatale named Ava. Also, A Dame to Kill For takes place before and after the events of the first film, thus allowing Mickey Rourke’s Marv to return. While no exact plot details are known, last year Miller stated that another storyline that will be used is ‘Just Another Saturday Night’, ans this would form part of the films narrative. He also said that a story had been written specifically for Jessica Alba’s Nancy, and that this story would tie the two films together.
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For is expected to arrive in October 2013.