Some people consider Jessica Alba’s dancing parts in the first Sin City film adaptation to be the best parts of the movie. As a matter of fact, I know some people who haven’t seen the movie yet, but have already seen the scene in question through Youtube. And as we all know from sequels, the good parts are usually made even better, so it’s not surprising that the sequel Sin City: A Dame to Kill For will have more scenes of Alba, who plays exotic dancer Nancy Callahan, doing the bump-and-grind routine. Probably with parts in slow motion, and all of them in monochrome.
“I had to learn a bunch of dance sequences for it,” reveals Alba, adding that she needed three months training to prepare for the role. “I do a lot more dancing in this one. It was kind of crazy. It was very, very difficult, and you’ll see why.”
Nancy Callahan will be returning to the film since it picks up before the events of the original.
Directed by Robert Rodriguez and co-starring Josh Brolin, Mickey Rourke and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For will open in the US on 4 October 2013.