Eva Green appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to talk about that “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” poster that was banned by the MPAA. They evidently thought the image was far too revealing, due to the sheer gown she was wearing.
“I don’t really get it,” the “Penny Dreadful” star says. “I don’t understand what all the fuss is about.” The thing that’s most surprising to Green and Kimmel is that the gun she’s holding wasn’t called into question by the MPAA. “Boobs have never killed anyone,” she jokes. “I mean, you can suffocate somebody.”
As for the movie itself, Green appears nude throughout. That’s something she wasn’t expecting at first, but Green decided to put her trust in director Robert Rodriguez. “I knew the first ‘Sin City’ was rather beautiful,” she says. “It was not vulgar or indecent … So I kind of embraced the idea. It’s not gratuitous for the character. She kind of uses her sexuality as a weapon.”
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