By Daily Mail Reporter. She wowed as a stripper in the the orginal Sin City movie. The year-old - who has had two children since she filmed the first movie - flaunts her slender curves and tight stomach in the sneak peek at the comic book movie. Looking like she hasn't aged a bit, Jessica sets the tone for the trailer in a black wig and corsette while swigging down a bottle of alcohol and holding a gun. Next up we see Ray Liotta in a tank top and packing a weapon as he desperately utters, 'It's tearing me up how much I love you. A shot of Former Bond girl Eva Green's bold red lips are an instant standout in contrast to the rest of the black and white film. While it's unclear who they are referring to, Josh Brolin appears saying, 'she owns me,' as it cuts to a face beaten Joseph Gordon Levitt murmuring, 'she was an angel.
Jessica Alba was willing to film Sin City nude :mad:
If 'Sin City' wasn't your thing, you can still probably appreciate one thing about Robert Rodriguez 's movie: Jessica Alba as a stripper. Well, get ready Jessica Alba fans because she says ' Sin City 2 ' will feature even more of her stripper Nancy Callahan including some new dance moves that Alba calls "crazy. In the comic the film is based on, Nancy is only a background character but you can expect to see a lot more of Alba-as-stripper in 'Sin City 2. I had to learn a bunch of dance sequences for it. I do a lot more dancing in this one.
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Rotate image Save Cancel. Breaking news: See More. More New Posts. Next Last. In the book Nancy is topless. Was there any option to go topless? We would have done it, if we wanted to. But I felt like dancing around with a lasso was sexy enough.
On a hotness scale of one to 10, most red-blooded males would rank Jessica Alba as about a Those men will be saddened to know, then, that the beauty, who stars in the new film-noir visual blockbuster "Sin City," had the opportunity to bare it all — but deliberately opted to stay confined in those tight cowboy chaps. Being nude, for me, would have been too distracting. Plus, I don't know what my dad would have done. He might have disowned me. The film, adapted from the graphic novels by Frank Miller, who also co-directed the flick, incorporates three of the series' most popular story lines, including "The Hard Goodbye," "That Yellow Bastard" and "The Big Fat Kill.