Clive Owen Talks About Life in Sin City

The actor once rumored to be the next James Bond talks about Frank Miller's crime noir film.
Clive Owen talked with Coming Soon about his role in Sin City, the Frank Rodriguez-directed adaptation of Frank Miller's Dark Horse comic.

"It was extraordinary," Owen said. "It was Robert Rodriguez, who is like [a] Renaissance man really. He's a complete one-off. I've never met anyone quite like him. He does absolutely everything. He shoots, he edits, he operates, he lights, he composes the music. He's the most amazing cook. He really p***ed me off. It's an extraordinary project. He's doing this strip, cartoon, picture book, Frank Miller thing and he's been so faithful. He re-creates image by image by image. To us, it was very weird. We were just standing in a sort of green screen every day, and everything else will be added. It was an extraordinary experience, but my most overwhelming memory is how hugely impressive the whole thing he's got going down there in Texas is…I'm in 'The Big, Fat Kill' (as) Dwight."

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