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Looks like someone forgot which eye should have the eye patch for Nick Fury on a new poster for Spider-Man: Far From Home and Samuel L Jackson took notice yesterday on Twitter.
 

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Uhhhhhhh, What In The Actual F@#K IS GOING ON HERE???!!! #headsgonroll #lefteyemuthafukkah



Will heads roll?

 

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Reminds me of the 90's animated series where the Chameleon impersonated Nick Fury with the wrong missing eye with an eyepatch!

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An EYEPATCH!?! You're cheesed over an EYPATCH!?!

Dude, have you seen what they did to Thor?

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6 minutes ago, mako said:

An EYEPATCH!?! You're cheesed over an EYPATCH!?!

Dude, have you seen what they did to Thor?

What did they do to Thor?

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Maybe its one of those deals where they switch the image like a mirror image of something, I don't know what they call it. And Memocromatico, don't you remember that Thor lost an eye fighting his older sister, then he was given a bionic eye from a "sweet rabbit". And not only that the eye didn't match, it may have been stored in the buttocks of one of the GOTG. Hah, now switching an image on a poster doesn't sound so bad. Right?

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1 hour ago, memocromatico said:

What did they do to Thor?

As they say, "If you have to ask . . . "

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Doesn’t everyone hate that poster glad that Sam Jackson agrees I bet their gonna make better ones for when it comes out on dvd and blue ray 

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3 hours ago, silverback said:

Maybe its one of those deals where they switch the image like a mirror image of something, I don't know what they call it. And Memocromatico, don't you remember that Thor lost an eye fighting his older sister, then he was given a bionic eye from a "sweet rabbit". And not only that the eye didn't match, it may have been stored in the buttocks of one of the GOTG. Hah, now switching an image on a poster doesn't sound so bad. Right?

yea its been flipped or mirrored lol

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5 hours ago, Innershade said:

Reminds me of the 90's animated series where the Chameleon impersonated Nick Fury with the wrong missing eye with an eyepatch!

Things that make you go "Hmmmmm..." 🤔

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What's the big deal? The image on the left is obviously of an evil Nick Fury from an alternate universe. These are elementary rules set by Star Trek way back in the day. This just sent Far From Home off into a whole new direction. Elemental monsters, alternate dimensions, bad guys turning good, human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together. Mass Hysteria!

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8 hours ago, Innershade said:

Reminds me of the 90's animated series where the Chameleon impersonated Nick Fury with the wrong missing eye with an eyepatch!

Just thinking the same thing

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13 hours ago, mako said:

As they say, "If you have to ask . . . "

I've been told there are no stupid questions. If you don't know something, you should ask it. I've seen no mistake on Thor yet, not on an "eyepatch on the wrong eye" level at least. So maybe I'm missing something. 

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22 minutes ago, Papasmurf52 said:

They clearly mirrored his image because the scars went with him too 

Thank you for the technical explanation, cap. 

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Yeah, everybody can tell they flipped the image for some reason. That's obvious.  And honestly, I doubt anyone, including Sam Jackson, would pay much if any attention to it if it wasn't right next to another poster where the patch is on the other side.  The two posters together is kinda jarring.   (speaking of obvious)

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I’d advise Sony’s marketing team to get their head straight or Mr. Jackson will do that for them.🙂

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