Clive Owen Expresses Confusion Over "Sin City" Sequel

by | November 21, 2006 | Comments

Clive Owen‘s got one heckuva good movie coming out next month (Alfonso Cuaron‘s "Children of Men"), but in a recent interview the actor was asked about the status of the "Sin City" sequel … and he expressed much confusion over the project.

From MoviesOnline.ca: "We recently sat down and interviewed Clive Owen about his upcoming film "Children of Men" and he spent some time talking about "Sin City 2." When asked if he was excited to be playing Dwight again in "Sin City 2" he was pretty much confused about the whole thing.

"I honestly don’t know what’s happening there because everybody’s talked about it. It’s been announced a few times that it’s happening but I have no idea what’s happening there. I mean I don’t know when they’re going to do it or who’s doing it. I have no idea."

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