Hollywood is obsessed with Chinese citizens pirating U.S. films, but do they know how often their films' posters are being ripped off?
A post on Offbeat China, a blog about Chinese Internet culture, reveals the film posters for scores of movies made in the U.S. and elsewhere that have been changed ever-so-slightly and used to promote Chinese films. It's pretty amusing to see how schmaltzy, second-rate American movies like Valentine’s Day or Daddy Day Camp have been employed to Chinese films.
Here are a few of the films paired with their Chinese equivalents (see them all here). Paging Christopher Dodd, here's a problem not even SOPA will fix.
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