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Published On: Fri, Sep 27th, 2013

Julia Garner talks ‘Sin City A Dame to Kill For’ role praising Joseph Gordon Levitt

While promoting her new film We Are What We Are, Julia Garner spoke briefly about her role in the Sin City sequel.

Talking with Collider Garner explain her character in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, which was not in the comic book.

sin-city-2-a-dame-to-kill-for-poster“We shot in Austin.  I play Marcy.  It wasn’t in the comic.  It’s a new story and my scene partner was Joseph Gordon Levitt.  He’s honestly such a wonderful guy and he’s great to work with so I was very lucky that I got to work with him.”

The actress has an interesting resume and detailed what she seeks out in a script.

“The thing that I look for in a script- I’m not looking for anything next because you never know where life’s going to take you so you can’t just expect I want to do this next.  So I’m not expecting anything, I’m just hoping.  I think that the most important thing for me is how is the character that I would be reading for?  Is it interesting?  Is there stuff to do?  Are there things that you can do with the character?  How can you play it out?  Just those kinds of things that are very important for an actor.  Also a good director and good dialogue.  That’s very important because you’re bringing the words to life.  So it’s very important for an actor to have good dialogue.”

Gordon Levitt made headlines when he confirmed Lady Gaga’s cameo back in August.

“She’s a great actress. And I didn’t know that. You know she came in and I was like, ‘OK sure, they’re having a huge pop star do a scene in the movie, I understand,’ but then she came in and like, nailed it! She had her character down, and she was like a total pro and did a great job. I was really impressed.”

The film was initially slated for the 2013 fall but has been moved back to 2014, arriving in theaters on August 22, 2014.

Check out the full interview here

 

 

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