Frank Miller Signs Rights Deal For 'Sin City' TV Series; Robert Rodriguez In Talks With Legendary

by Outsiders
November 16, 2019
Deadline is reporting that Legendary Television has closed a rights agreement deal with Frank Miller and is looking to close a deal with Robert Rodriguez to turn the Sin City franchise into a television series. This would reunite Miller and Rodriguez since they co-directed the 2005 film.

Miller and Rodriguez are expected to be executive producers with Legendary Television. Also to produce is Stephen LíHeureux, a producer of the 2014 sequel Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, and Silenn Thomas, who heads Millerís production company.

The main deal is for Legendary to guarantee a first season of the show and set it up with a network or streaming platform. Within this deal, Miller would also obtain the rights for a Hard-R animated series for a Sin City prequel based on Millerís graphic novels.

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Belmont13 - 2019-11-18 @ 11:35 pm

As long as Robert Rodriguez is back, I'm all for it.

JHS1988 - 2019-11-17 @ 1:15 am

Never read the comics but the movies had cool visuals and as I remember it a good story. If the people who put it all together are really behind it, it could be good

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