Josh Brolin Replaces Clive Owen In Sin City Sequel Movie Star JOSH

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Josh Brolin replaces Clive Owen in Sin City sequel Movie star JOSH BROLIN has signed on to replace CLIVE OWEN in the upcoming SIN CITY sequel, A DAME TO KILL FOR. [link]

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In 1988 Owen Starred As Gideon Sarn In A BBC Production Of

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He then garnered critical acclaim for his work in the film Close My Eyes (1991) before getting international notice for his performance as a struggling writer in Croupier (1998). Owen graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1987 with a class that included Rebecca Pidgeon, Serena Harragin, Mark Womack, and Liza Tarbuck. in 1988 Owen starred as Gideon Sarn in a BBC production of Precious Bane and the Channel 4 film Vroom before the 1990s saw him become a regular on stage and television in the UK, notably his lead role in the ITV series Chancer, followed by an appearance in the Thames Television production of Lorna Doone. in 1999, he appeared as an accident-prone driver in Split Second, his first BBC production in a decade. in 2001, he provided the voice-over for a BBC2 documentary about popular music through the years called Walk On By, as well as starring in a highly-acclaimed theatre production called A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, about a couple with a severely handicapped daughter. in 2003, he teamed up with Hodges again to make I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead.