The Nancy Callahan you once knew is gone.
Alba's Nancy isn't coping well following the death of her mentor John Hartigan (Bruce Willis). "Maybe I'll go crazy," she says after being taunted by the voices in her head. "Crazy's sounding pretty good right now."
She then chops off her long locks and cuts up her face, looking like a more suitable companion to Mickey Rourke's Marv.
The pic -- directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller from Miller's screenplay based on his own graphic novels -- hits theaters on August 22.
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