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Nearly a decade after the first film, co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have reunited to bring the visually stunning Sin City graphic novels back to the screen for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.In a town where murderers reign and the desperate want vengeance, their paths cross at the famous Kadie’s Club Pecos, where Nancy Callahan (Jessica Alba) still dances while mourning the loss of her love, John Hartigan (Bruce Willis).

"Maya [played by Sophie Okonedo] can only watch as her dearest friend and client refuses to go quietly, urging her to fight the deep-grained injustices that have tainted two decades of his life.

Truths will emerge and Maya and her husband Nick's [played by Adrian Lester] lives will change forever," a synopsis said.

Did taking on this role carry a weight to it because you wanted to do justice to what Michael Clarke Duncan established in the first film? I tried to take as many nuances that he had with the character and utilize them as best I could, while creating a character that was unique to me. No matter what you set out to do and how you set out to do it, you ultimately have to be who you are, and who you are as that character.

HAYSBERT: I definitely wanted to pay homage to what he did and use his performance in the first one as a foundation. I couldn’t sit there and try to imitate Michael Clarke Duncan. So, I paid as much homage as I could to what Michael Clarke did, and had to rely on my own gifts to guide me through it. And the character was actually fleshed out a lot more, in this movie. I wanted to play to the truth of who Manute was in the first film, while it’s also a prequel and the originator [of the story].

Did it help a bit that this part of this character’s story was more of a prequel and didn’t really fall directly into the same timeline? I got to show people who Manute is and why he is and how devout he is. It was an interesting dynamic to work with, definitely. I’m very imaginative anyway, and it just set off that part of my brain. I didn’t have the distraction of looking at my surroundings. I’m going to do whatever I can for them.” What was it like to work with Eva Green? She’s a very intense, very beautiful lady to work with.

I haven’t seen the film yet, but the way it felt when I was doing it, it felt like it worked. Unless you’ve worked with Robert Rodriguez before, you haven’t really had a green screen experience quite like this one. Realizing that my surroundings were going to be built around me, the way that I performed, we helped the directors through the performance, to create the world that we were going to be seen in. When I saw the trailers, I said, “Oh, god, it didn’t look like that when we did it! They were fitting the world that we created in our minds around us, and it works. I had to use a lot of self-control, which was hard to do, at times., a six-part, political thriller scheduled to premiere on BBC America and BBC One in 2016.The series is currently filming in Louisiana and the United Kingdom. He is playing Rudy Jones, a man who has been on death row for 20 years, falsely imprisoned for murder.Fasten of the Previous USA renewed for a 2nd gerontology. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.It felt good when I went into the office, and it just worked.

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