Recent case Sin City sequel movie poster

Strictly speaking , the trade association representing the six major Hollywood movie studios , banned a movie poster Sin City : A Dame To Kill For outstanding . What is the reason ?

Motion Picture Association of America [ MPAA ] , the association , assess images presented too vulgar . A statement of the MPAA , said the poster shows like Eva Green naked .

The image on the poster featuring Green was holding a gun , he was wearing a translucent white clothes that assessed the MPAA as a " nudity . "

Party distribution of the film, Dimension Films , declined to comment on banning the poster. It is estimated that they will meet with the executives of the MPAA to compromise , according to Page Six column of the New York Post . " We are entering winter , probably a good wool cardigan for mistress Green ? " Quipped the columnist .

When traced far back , before posters Sin City : A Dame To Kill For , there are a number of posters are also forbidden on . In 1996 , poster movie The People vs. . Larry Flynt , is also considered too vulgar to be installed in public areas .

Site The Frisky considers ban on the film 's official poster biographical drama was quite ironic , because the movie actually tells about censorship - freedom of expression .

But the MPAA still in his stance , although outside the United States , safety posters in circulation . Considered too sexy , the poster depicts the actor Woody Harrelson posing as Jesus on the cross , but he was in a woman's pubic area .

Posters with visual dolls to promote the film The Rules of Attraction [ 2002 ] had also not allowed on . Just like the poster The People vs. . Larry Flynt , the ban is only for U.S. . However, circulating freely in the UK and Canada .

MPAA rated poster The Rules of Attraction , a film comedy , depicting a pair of dolls in a position to ' like ' having sex .


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