You may see this at your local movie theater if the international busy bodies at the World Health Organizations (W.H.O.) have their way.
The W.H.O. has used some of the over 110 million dollars the US Government provides them to produce a report recommending that children be forbidden from see movies featuring smoking.
According to the W.H.O. (not to be confused with the rock band of the same name), tobacco companies are using movies aimed at young people to promote their products. Even if it were true, it does not justify government mandating or "pressuring" Hollywood to forbid their characters from smoking.
I also doubt that young people are running out and starting smoking because they saw a Transformers movie with a smoking robot.
If the WHO is successful at restricting children's access to films containing smoking, what is to stop them from trying to impose similar standards on films positively portraying gun use, or expressing un-PC views like climate change "denial," opposition to interventionist foreign policy, or an end to central banking.
Maybe a good place to start reducing the US 19 Trillion federal debt is by rating the W.H.O.'s next request for US funds D for denied.