The latest poster for Robert Rodriguez's & Frank Miller's SIN CITY sequel A DAME TO KILL FOR has been banned by the Motion Picture Association Of America (MPAA) for being a little too risqué. The poster, which features Green's character Ava Lord, was banned specifically "for nudity — curve of under breast and dark nipple/areola circle visible through sheer gown."
The MPAA obviously didn't object to the gun she's holding as that's clearly less likely to corrupt vunerable young minds than a bit of cleavage.
Still, having studied it minute detail, we can't see anything offensive.
So here's the poster in question, which we've included purely so you can judge for yourselves and not for purposes of titillation or driving up hits to our website. Be warned though, it does include a picture of a woman which may disturb those of you with delicate sensibilities…
God knows what the MPAA will make of Eva Green's character in the finished film. From what we've seen so far, this is one of her more conservative outfits!
SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR is out in the UK on August 29th.
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