The Social Climber: Eva Green's 'Sin City' Poster Deemed Too Sinful
June 6, 2014
By ABC NEWS
Eva Green's 'Sin City' Poster Deemed Too Sinful
The Eva Green movie poster for the upcoming comic book flick "Sin City 2" was really living up to its name.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the poster was deemed too racy by the Motion Picture Association of America and the studio is reworking it to show a little less of Green and leave a little more to the audience's imagination.
“She’s a femme fatale,” Green told EW about the character.
Katy Perry Opens Up About John Mayer
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It's been three months since Katy Perry and John Mayer called it quits, and the songbird is finally opening up about how it ended.
"I’m living in the now and not fantasizing about the past," Perry told Chelsea Handler in the upcoming issues of Cosmopolitan magazine. "I have a lot of respect for [John] still, and I know it goes both ways. There’s no bad blood, but I’m sure there will be inspired songs."
It was a return to country music for singer Randy Travis, who suffered a stroke last year.
Travis attended Dolly Parton's concert in Thackerville, Oklahoma, on Saturday and was all smiles as Parton gave him a special shout-out, according to People. Travis later joined Parton backstage.
Masahiro Tanaka Leads the Yanks
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The Yankees have an ace on their team this year, and it's a name you may not be familiar with.
Masahiro Tanaka has opened 12 games this season with successful starts, pitching more than six innings with no more than three earned runs, according to the New York Times, and on Thursday he led the team to a 2-1 victory over the Oakland A's.
Skyscraper Roller Coaster is Tallest in the World
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That's a long way dooowwwwnnn.
The world's tallest roller coaster, called the Skyscraper, is coming to Orlando, Florida. The coaster will be more than 500 feet tall and will use a glass elevator to shuttle riders to an observation deck, according to WESH in Orlando. The ride will then hurl them toward the ground at 65 mph.