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Bruce Willis Will Also Come Back To Shoot People in 'Sin City 2'

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If Red 2, G.I. Joe 2, and A Good Day To Die Hard weren't enough to establish this as the year Bruce Willis shoots someone in every sequel he's able, here's some more evidence to the case.

Following up on news that we'll soon see Bruce Willis's head stretched across a building, director Robert Rodgriguez has confirmed that we'll also soon see Bruce Willis's head in black & white, with a little hairpiece, in Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.

sin-city-willis-2.jpg"Bruce is back, so you'll be seeing him," Rodriguez assured MTV, promising a continued future of Willis angrily, perpetually glaring camera-right. The film will re-team Willis with his Looper past-self Joseph Gordon-Levitt, as well as returning Sin Citizens Jessica Alba, Jaime King, Rosario Dawson, and Mickey Rourke; Jeremy Piven, Juno Temple, Christopher Meloni, Josh Brolin, Dennis Haysbert, Jamie Chung, and an excited Ray Liotta round out the cast.

Meanwhile, the film's titular role, once meant to be played by Angelina Jolie, is reportedly still to be added, Rodriguez saying, "We have some choices in mind, but we haven't finalized the casting." So hard to find a dame to kill for. At least outside of Dateline specials where someone has literally done that.

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