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The former Bond girl portrays temptress Ava Lord in the new film and admits she put her faith and trust in her director when he asked her to bare all for revealing scenes. She explains, "He came to my trailer and swore to me that I would look amazing with the right lighting and the right shadows. You always feel quite vulnerable when you're naked on a set and you feel quite silly. With the green screen around you in your tiny thong, it's not that sexy. You trust their vision and it looks stunning. It's not vulgar and it's not indecent. It's not realistic.
Eva Green says her nude Sin City scenes are 'beautiful'
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. While no official statement is available, a source tells E! News that the studio is working on a compromise with the MPAA. Based on Miller's famous graphic novels, the follow-up flick to the smash hit sees Jessica Alba reprising her role as sexy stripper Nancy Callahan.
The outrageous movie mixes violence and nudity in four interconnected stories and is the perfect vehicle for the French beauty. Eva Green has never shied away from nudity, sex or violence in a remarkable career which mixes art house with commericial blockbusters. This dame to kill for certainly has a figure that many women would do almost anything to have, and she's not afraid to use it. Scroll down for a gallery of her sexiest momenst and clips from some of her most provocative roles. Green steams up the screen with Josh Brolin in the unabashedly OTT graphic novel adaptation of Frank Millers boundary-pushing adult comics.