With Oscar Fever upon us, it’s only apt that you check out these parody posters of some of the Hollywood films that made it to the nominees list.
Indeed, the movies that made the list of nominees this year have come with a whole set of controversies, some that even led to hashtags such as #OscarsSoWhite. If it wasn’t the Martin Luthor King biopic, it was the film about snipers.
Nonetheless, check out these witty mash-ups of Hollywood films galore.
Christopher Nolan’s epic space movie goes into the future.
This is quite a play of words on Alejandro González Iñárritu’s comedy/drama.
Theory of Everything
James Marsh’s film about Stephen Hawking makes for the perfect opportunity to poke fun at The Lego Movie’s Oscar snub.
The Imitation Game
Did the artist use Morten Tyldum’s film about Alan Turing to turn Benedict Cumberbatch into Edward Norton from The Illusionist?
This film, directed by none other than Hollywood’s own Clint Eastwood, has come under quite a lot of controversy since its release.
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The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson’s hotel get renovated quite aptly to fit into Batman’s world in Gotham City.
Richard Linklater’s moving 12-year epic gets a cartoon make-over.
That Italian plumber keeps losing the princess in David Fincher’s film!
Though we have no idea what Ava DuVernay’s Martin Luther King biopic has to do with this character from Street Fighter, a popular video game, it just happens to rhyme amusingly. Maybe it’s the underdog element?
These posters are available for sale, and this is the second year that such a parody has come about.
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