Rogue conservative street artist Sabo is rubbing Donald Trump’s election win in the faces of Hollywood celebrities through movie posters spoofing upcoming films.
While Rogue One: A Star Wars Story held its Hollywood premiere on Saturday (it will premiere across the country on December 16), attendees were greeted with “Rogue Won” posters that depict a victorious President-elect Trump.
According to The Hollywood Reporter:
The faux Star Wars poster features a heroic-looking image of Trump with an ominous image of Clinton lurking in the background. Huddled around Trump are his senior counselor Steve Bannon, pundit Ann Coulter, Breitbart News tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos, Fox News host Sean Hannity, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and Vice Media co-founder Gavin McInnes, an early Trump supporter.
At the bottom of the poster, the title of the film has been altered to read, “Rogue Won: A Culture War Story.”
Below you can see how closely the Rogue Won poster matches the official Rogue One movie poster.
Sabo also created a hilarious poster for the new comedy Why Him? mocking anti-Trump star Bryan Cranston.
As for the faux Why Him? poster, it features Cranston, Trump and Clinton in a group hug with the text: “Of all the guys his country could have chosen …” At the bottom of the poster it reads, “See you in Canada,” a reference to the many celebrities, including Cranston, who swore they’d leave the country if Trump was elected president.
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A comparison of the two movie posters:
No doubt Hollywood stars were upset at the sight of these posters. Maybe they can all go cry about it in Canada.
What do you think about these spoof movie posters? Can you suggest any of your own? Tell us in the comments section below!
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