The extended Sin City DVD art has been released, the DVD itself is available December 13th (pre-orders are open now). Some of the special features in this 2 disc release include:
Eric David has written a long essay on the role of vice in Quentin Tarantino’s films. I think alot of the connections he tries to make – particularly the paragraph on the name Bill from Kill Bill – are a real stretch. Still an interesting article though.
The 124-minute theatrical release The 147-minute extended cut A commentary with director Robert Rodriguez & Frank Miller, and with Rodriguez & Tarantino A 15-minute film school with Rodriguez 17 uninterrupted minutes of Tarantino’s segment Footage of a Sin City cast/crew party 4 featurettes on the cars, special effects make-up, costumes and props, a featurette on how they convinced Miller to assist with the film, a featurette on casting, a featurette on Tarantino the guest director (sigh) Trailers, bloopers, interactive game Packaged with a graphic novel, “The Hard Goodbye”
I also noticed that Sin City is available for the PSP
The Sin City DVD is released today.
Amazon also has a paperback version of the Complete Sin City Library, which is a collection of all 7 volumes of the storyline.
There are also lots of different Sin City posters to choose from.
Robert Rodriguez has confirmed that he will make a sequel to Sin City, tentatively titled A Dame To Kill For. No word on whether Quentin will have any involvement in the film.
Movie-List has uploaded a very cool Sin City trailer from Comic Con. Its in a big format and is quite long. Looks very interesting.
As promised, Quentin has directed a scene in ‘Sin City’ for Robert Rodriguez for the huge salary of $1. Its the same amount Tarantino paid Rodriguez for scoring Kill Bill V2.