Despite Entertainment Weekly
debunking rumors that The Weinstein Co. had lost the rights to Frank Miller's Sin City
sequel, The Hollywood Reporter
continues to report that Frank Miller is shopping around the rights and looking for a new studio home for his comic book-sequel.
Sin City 2 has reportedly been written for a while now, with Miller hoping for Robert Rodriguez, who directed the first Sin City film, to jump onto the project. However, the April start date seems to have been postponed due to the loss of its production company, yet another snag for the film.
The filming of the sequel was postponed several times already by Miller's other projects, including The Spirit. With this current bump on the road, the highly-stylistic Sin City and its inhabitants will have to wait a little while longer to appear on the silver screen again.
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