Published On: Mon, Feb 17th, 2014

Rosario Dawson talks ‘Sin City A Dame to Kill For’ Josh Brolin and the cast

Robert Rodriguez brings another chapter of Sin City to life this year and Rosario Dawson will be back. While promoting her new film Gimme Shelter, Dawson talked about returning after 9 years for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.

sin-city-2-a-dame-to-kill-for-poster“I’m so excited that we finally got around to doing it. I was getting nervous. I was like “I don’t know how much longer I can fit into these outfits.”[Laughs],” she tells Den of Geek.

The cast has changed and Dawson addressed the casting news. 

“And I was sad, because Brittany [Murphy’s] gone, and Michael [Clarke Duncan’s] gone, and it’s eight years in the coming, making this film. It was sad that we couldn’t all come back for this film, but it was great to work with Robert [Rodriguez] again. I’m excited for that. I’m excited for Clerks III with Kevin [Smith]. And Spike [Lee’s] also talking about maybe doing a sequel to He Got Game, so it’s kind of cool, because you don’t get to do that very often where you get to work with people again and again in this industry. You sort of feel like an Army Brat; you’re always just moving along. So, it’s really nice to come back around. We’re all still doing it; we’re all still challenging ourselves and pushing ourselves. I don’t get to go back to a character very often.”

One of the changes is Josh Brolin playing Clive Owen’s role and she’s alludes to the line in the first film and his “plastic surgery.”

“Well, we talk about that in the first film. ‘I gave you a new face, and I see you.'”

She oddly dodged a direct question abot Owen. 

I have no idea [smiles]. I really don’t know. I think if I actually said anything, the cyanide pill that was probably slipped to me in the barbecue that was ever present on set would probably take me out before I could say it. I get in trouble with Robert. He’s like, “You’re not supposed to say that!” [Laughs].”

Check out the full interview HERE

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For arrives in theaters on August 22, 2014.






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