Jaime King returning to Sin City

30 October 2012

Jaime King is heading back to Sin City for the sequel to the hit thriller, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.

The actress and model played blonde prostitute Goldie in the first movie and returns to play her twin sister, Wendy in the new film, which has just begun shooting in Texas, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Sucker Punch star Jamie Chung is also joining the cast, taking over the role of roller-skating assassin Miho from Devon Aoki.

Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson all return in the sequel, directed by Robert Rodriguez. Rodriguez has co-written the script with and Frank Miller, who wrote the original graphic novel series.

The follow-up to the hit 2005 film is a combination of storylines from the comics and a new one written specifically for the film by Frank.

This includes the plot from A Dame to Kill For, originally published in 1993, which features a man named Dwight who is caught up in a complicated and deadly relationship with a femme fatale named Ava.

Dwight was played by Clive Owen in the first movie and but it has still not been confirmed if he is returning for the sequel. In the original story the character undergoes facial surgery and appears as a new man.

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