Eva Green is simply too sexy—at least on the poster for her new flick Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
This according to the Motion Pictures Association of America, which has slammed the new poster for Dimension Films' and Frank Miller's upcoming flick for its nearly-nude content.
The image in question features Green in a sheer white robe, which barely covers her breasts and leaves little to the imagination.
According to Page 6, the MPAA disapproved of the poster due to the "nudity — curve of under breast and dark nipple/areola circle visible through sheer gown."
While no official statement is available, a source tells E! News that the studio is working on a compromise with the MPAA.
Additionally, a second industry insider says this sort of situation "happens all the time."
"The movie will submit ads and the MPAA will ask for tweaks to be made," the source revealed. "There's a compromise and that's it."
The MPAA could not be reached for comment.
Based on Miller's famous graphic novels, the follow-up flick to the 2005 smash hit sees Jessica Alba reprising her role as sexy stripper Nancy Callahan.
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is set to hit theaters on Aug. 22.
—Additional reporting by Marcus Mullick