Tobacco gets more screen time in blockbuster movies, study shows

Niraj Chokshi | The New York Times (07/11/17)
In addition to giving an R rating to any movie that features smoking or tobacco use, studios can certify that neither they nor their producers were paid to show tobacco on screen, and they can choose to stop depicting tobacco brands altogether, the researchers suggested. They also said that states could limit subsidies to movies that depict tobacco use. Read more...