2 New Sin City 2 Pics

Miho phone home

Complex has debuted two new pictures from Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s hotly anticipated sequel Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. That’s Jamie Chung above, taking the role of Miho over from Devon Aoki. While Aoki won’t return for this, it was ironically recently announced she will next be seen in a recurring role asTatsu Yamashiro (aka Katana) in the third season of The CW’s Arrow.

Sin City 2 premieres on August 22 and will once again feature four interconnected storylines from the mind of Frank Miller. Bruce Willis, Jessica Alba, Rosario Dawson, Mickey Rourke, Powers Boothe and Jaime King all reprise their roles from the first film with Josh Brolin, Jamie Chung, Eva Green, Marton Csokas, Dennis Haysbert, Lady Gaga, Ray Liotta, Jeremy Piven, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Juno Temple and Alexa PenaVega all joining in on the fun.

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Another 80s horror flick getting remade, watch the original’s trailer

Apparently, American movie producers made a bet they could remake every single horror film from the 70s and 80s in the next ten years, as a remake of the 1983 not-so-classic The House On Sorority Row will start shotting next month in Pittsburgh.

Retitled simply Sorority Row, the film will star Rumer Willis (The House Bunny), daughter of Bruce Willis (the Die Hard films) and Demi Moore (Mr. Brooks), Jamie Chung (ABC Family’s Samurai Girl), Briana Evigan (Step Up 2 The Streets), Audrina Patridge (MTV’s The Hills) and Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia in Star Wars).

In the original film, seven sorority sisters accidentally kill their house mother while playing a prank on her, but decide to hide the body in the pool because they want to have a graduation party before dealing with it. Naturally someone at the party starts killing the girls one by one.

Adapted by screenwriting duo Pete Goldfinger & Josh Stolberg (2 episodes of Avatar: The Last Airbender), Sorority Row will change the initial accidental death to one of the sorority sisters rather than the house mother. The film is expected to be rated R in the US and will be directed by Stewart Handler (Whisper).

From the looks of the first film’s trailer (above), and its reputation, this remake doesn’t have much to live up to and could easily surpass the original. But then again, so could Prom Night and we all know how that turned out.

Fun Fact: The first film’s writer/director, Mark Rosman, went to direct 11 episodes of Lizzie McGuire and several Hilary Duff movies…WTF?

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