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Published On: Mon, Feb 25th, 2013

Joseph Gordon-Levitt confirms he’s already wrapped, finished his role for ‘Sin City A Dame to Kill For’

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s part in “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” has already wrapped, and if he’s to be believed, it’s going to be awesome. MTV News caught up with the actor on the Oscars red carpet, and he explained what made that set different from any other he’s been on.

sin-city-2-a-dame-to-kill-for-poster“Yeah, we shot it already. It went so great,” he explained. “Robert Rodriguez is just a delightful human being. He’s got so much creativity pouring out of him. He’s got a painting studio set up next to where we shoot so that when there’s downtime he encourages people to just go paint. How cool is that? So cool.”

JGL joined the film as cocky gambler Johnny, and filmed opposite Julia Garner as a “young stripper.” The duo are featured in a story new to the “Sin City” universe called “The Long, Bad Night,” and Rodriguez said it’s something to look forward to.

The tale follows Johnny as he “comes in and tries to beat the biggest villain in Sin City at his own game.” That doesn’t quite work out as planned, and things go bad very quickly. “You have to start with someone very likable so that you’re like, ‘No! Not him, not him,'” the director said.

Check out the first photo of Josh Brolin in the new film – here

“Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” hits theaters on October 4, 2013.

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