Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, director Robert Rodriguez's long-awaited follow-up to his 2005 blockbuster Sin City, finally hits theaters later this year, featuring plenty of familiar faces including (Jessica Alba, Mickey Rourke, Rosario Dawson), along with a slew of new characters. One of those new characters is Juno Temple's Sally, the mistress of Ray Liotta's Joey.

During our chat for her new film The Brass Teapot, Juno Temple spoke about her role in this highly-anticipated sequel, hitting theaters October 4. Here's what she had to say about working with Robert Rodriguez and how each character gets a chance to shine.

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That's the great thing about the Sin City movies. Each little slot is incredibly meaningful, and each character has their own moment. That was such an exciting thing to be a part of, because each story is almost like it's own little story within itself. Also, to get to work with (director) Robert Rodriguez was bad-ass, man. He's got this whole world he's created down there. He makes it happen so quickly, and there's so much green screen involved. He has this complete vision of everything that's going on. It was mesmerizing working with him. It's so cool, getting to work with these different directors, and seeing these wonderful universes that they create. It's so cool to be a part of all these different things."

She also confirmed that all of her are scenes with Ray Liotta.

"Yeah, yeah. It was all with Ray."

CLICK HERE for our full interview with Juno Temple for The Brass Teapot, hitting theaters on April 5.