NEW YORK, March 4 (UPI) -- Hollywood filmmaker Zack Snyder says he hadn't really considered making a followup to his 2007 blockbuster "300" until Frank Miller, the author of the graphic novel on which it was based, said he was working on a spinoff.
Co-director of the new motion picture thriller "Sin City", Frank Miller arrives for the film's premiere in Los Angeles March 28, 2005. The film is based on the popular comic book "Sin City", and opens in the United States on April 1. Miller directed the movie with Robert Rodriguez. (UPI Photo/Jim Ruymen)
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