Eva Green does not get the fuss.
"I mean...the poster, you don't see anything!" the French actress exclaimed to E! News, her response in a nutshell to the hullabaloo over what was deemed to be a too-sexual teaser image for the upcoming sequel Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, featuring Green's Ava Lord in a flimsy white robe, gleaming pistol in hand.
The none-too-subtle hint at what's underneath Green's robe was considered too naughty for public display by the Motion Picture Association of America, prompting Dimension Films to release an edited version of the poster. ABC later refused to air the trailer that was initially made for broadcast because Green "appear[ed] to be naked."
"Just wait for the movie then. It's in 3-D as well. Enjoy yourself, you know!" Green said, laughing. "It was nothing on the poster, it was lots of noise for nothing."
She marveled over how the violence in the film, implied by her brandishing a weapon, was fun with the MPAA but the hint at nudity was being censored.
"I'm holding a gun on the poster—no big deal about the gun, it's all about my t-ts?!"
Watch the clip to find out what else the magnificently breezy and beautiful Green has to say about this particular instance of unnecessary censorship.