*Photo courtesy of The Hot Blog

So we've spoken at great length about the MPAA and the way in which they go about approving billboards. Earlier in the year, After Dark Films found themselves in some hot water after a billboard for Captivity that wasn't approved by the MPAA found its way onto city streets and on buses. Apparently, those ads, separated into four different frames, featured Elisha Cuthbert's eyes and the words 'abduction,' 'confinement,' 'torture' and 'termination.' Folks were pretty shocked to see a woman's eyes on top of those four words, and so the ads were immediately yanked while After Dark Films was slapped with all kinds of sanctions. Cinematical later spoke with After Dark's Courtney Solomon who attempted to clear up the skirmish.

Now, as you can see above, there's a new billboard for the movie Beowulf featuring the mo-capped, left-boobage of Angelina Jolie. And it's a PG-13-rated film. Am I missing something here -- who at the MPAA approved this advertisement? Is this appropriate for 13-year-old kids? She's obviously naked in the picture, except for the fact that they did something weird to her boob, making it look like she's wearing a strange, golden bikini top ... as her hair "slithers" and "snakes" around her body. Hmmm. Personally, I think we, as a society, need to loosen up a bit -- but I do find it interesting that the MPAA would allow an image like this for a PG-13-rated film. I wonder how many guys will get into fender-benders while reaching to get a closer look at Jolie's breast? What do you think?

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