A Slew of Fresh Photos From 'The Spirit' Unraveled

November 04, 2008 09:28:50 GMT

While Frank Miller opens up about his latest work in recent interview, 'The Spirit', twenty brand new stills from the adaptation movie have been making its way for the fans' enjoyment.


A Slew of Fresh Photos From 'The Spirit' Unraveled
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In the latest update coming from "The Spirit", Movie Web have come out with twenty brand new images from the Will Eisner's adapted comic strip. Providing other takes on the film, the stills highlight mostly on the characters, including The Spirit, Octopus, Sand Saref, Ellen Dolan, Silken Floss and many others. Some of the pictures may have bring in some spoilers.

Meanwhile, director Frank Miller has recently talked about this action adventure movie to the Los Angeles Times. Through the interview, he shared about his take on the project, the technique he used, and what makes this film different from "Sin City" and "300".

"I adored Will Eisner and took a real 'Don't tread on me' approach when I came to this movie. At the same time I was willing to tread all over it," Miller explained. "I knew Will always wanted to do something fresh and new, not some stodgy old thing that aspires to be revered. I don't want anybody to bow to this movie. I want a ripping good yarn. It is not an antique." More to the interview can be read via Los Angeles Times.

Adapted from Will Eisner's comic strip, the Lionsgate Films movie centers on a rookie cop by the name of Denny Colt. Returning from the dead, he poses as a masked hero seeking to sweep off criminals from Central City, including his foe, Octopus. Along the way, he meets a line of women seducing him out of his track for their own goals.

Coming from Miller, it stars Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, Eva Mendes and Sarah Paulson, and is supported by Dan Lauria, Stana Katic and Paz Vega. It will blast off in the U.S. big screen on Christmas Day, December 25.

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