Erm, So Did The Latest Hunger Games Poster Just Drop The C-Bomb?
We really hope that was an accident Lionsgate...
WARNING: This story contains a swear word. Please stop reading now if you are under 16 or easily offended.
Somebody in the promotional team for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 will have got a slap on the wrist yesterday after a VERY unfortunate design error left the movie franchise red faced.
At least we hope it was a mistake, because you certainly don't get that sort of language in the 12A-rated movies themselves.
— Charlee (@charmedcharlee) August 14, 2015
The inadvertent C-bomb happened when a designer overlaid the word "until" on "100 days" - taking out part of the curve on one of the zeros.
And eagle-eyed (or dirty minded, take your pick) social media users were quick to pick up on the accidental swear.
Twitter user @charmedcharlie wrote: "The new Hunger Games Poster wasn't well thought through #hungergames"
The offending artwork has now been removed from the movie's official feed, with no comment being made.
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