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What to watch tonight: Will Eisner’s and Frank Miller’s “The Spirit”

Article: What to watch tonight: Will Eisner’s and Frank Miller’s “The Spirit”

Will Eisner’s dazzlingly dark graphic novel “The Spirit” comes to life in a stunning stylized manner. Directed by Eisner’s comics world colleague, Frank Miller, “The Spirit jumps off the screen to engage the viewer. It’s not a surprise, though, as Miller uses the same green-screen method that brought “Sin City” to life. Miller earned his…

Bullet Vision: Watch “Sin City” tonight

Article: Bullet Vision: Watch “Sin City” tonight

It’s here: Bullet in the Face premieres tonight on IFC. The two-night event will have you laughing and cringing on the edge of your seat from the moment it kicks off at 10 p.m. ET. The controversial crime drama stars Max Williams as career criminal Gunter Vogler who is forced to assume the identity of…

The 30 best facial expressions of “300″

Article: The 30 best facial expressions of “300″

We’re big fans of “300″ here at IFC, Zack Snyder’s genre-bending ode to the Spartan soldiers who stood their ground against the ginormous armies of Persian leader King Xerex. But alongside all the cool death scenes, mutated creatures, battle rhinos and battle cries, another thing jumped out at us…when it comes to faces, this movie…

Five Reasons to Watch ‘Sin City’ Tonight

Article: Five Reasons to Watch ‘Sin City’ Tonight

Tonight at 8/7 c we are airing “Sin City” one of the best book-to-screen adaptations of a graphic novel. “Sin City” weaves together multiple storylines from the comic series’ history into a violent crime noir tale that paints the picture of the ultimate town without pity through the eyes of its roughest characters. There’s the…

“The Departed” screenwriter enlisted for “Sin City 2″

Article: “The Departed” screenwriter enlisted for “Sin City 2″

At this point, it’s become hard to believe we’ll ever see a sequel to “Sin City,” Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s 2005 film based on Miller’s gritty comic book series. However, some recent news about the project could mean there are still signs of life from “Sin City 2.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rodriguez…

“Sin City 2″ now has script and financing, says director Robert Rodriguez

Article: “Sin City 2″ now has script and financing, says director Robert Rodriguez

After the success of 2005′s “Sin City,” it seemed like only a matter of time before more of Frank Miller’s gloomy, brutal, noir-infused comics made their way to the big screen. But after six years, and the poor reception of Miller’s “Spirit” adaptation, a second “Sin City” has yet to materialize. So imagine our surprise…

What to Watch on IFC: July 18 – July 24

Article: What to Watch on IFC: July 18 – July 24

It’s getting hot in here, but leave on all your clothes, please. With our unique combination of awesome original shows (Rhett & Link!) and great movies (“Thirteen”! “Pulp Fiction”!) that are 1000% guaranteed* to keep you cool. ( * Results not guaranteed, but we try hard) Here’s what to watch this week on IFC: Monday…

World of Perfume Advertising Not Notably Improved By Addition of Frank Miller

Article: World of Perfume Advertising Not Notably Improved By Addition of Frank Miller

Frank Miller, the comic book creator turned “Sin City” codirector, has a new ad for Gucci Guilty — starring Evan Rachel Wood, Chris Evans, the music of Friendly Fires and a greenscreen — that’s apparently so momentous that it warranted its own trailer. Presumably there’ll be a longer cut of the ad due out as…

A Stolen Moment with Jon Hamm

Article: A Stolen Moment with Jon Hamm

Having won a Golden Globe for his iconic role on TV’s “Mad Men” as the conflicted ad executive Don Draper, St. Louis-born actor Jon Hamm might seem like he’s most at ease in a sharply pressed suit and with a stiff drink in his hand, but that’s acting, isn’t it? In the new indie murder…

Starting Small: Ten Notable Shorts That Became Features

Article: Starting Small: Ten Notable Shorts That Became Features

While some filmmakers spend their entire careers maximizing the succinct pleasures of the short film, others start out by making shorts that they hope will maximize their chances of becoming a feature film director. This week alone will see the feature debuts of two directors who have turned their short films into full-length one —…

Article: Video: “The Spirit” at Comic-Con 2008

“I first met Will Eisner on a street in Vermont, when I was bicycling back home with a bunch of new comic books,” began Frank Miller, comic book artist turned co-director, alongside Robert Rodriguez, with 2005′s “Sin City.” “The Spirit,” an adaptation of Eisner’s long-running crime-fighter comic strip, finds Miller going solo behind the camera…

Del Toro’s “little movie” and Miller’s adaptation.

Article: Del Toro’s “little movie” and Miller’s adaptation.

Two rumors from the past weekend’s New York Comic Con that caught my eye: JoBlo.com reports that Guillermo del Toro, at the convention to push “Hellboy II: The Golden Army,” announced that he’s working on a project called “Saturn and the End of Days”: What he calls his final movie about “childhood and horror”, it…

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