'Rogue One' or 'Rogue Won': The False Posters Put Donald Trump in Star Wars Universe

By Muhammad Firman Akhsanu Ridho , Updated Dec 15, 2016 07:43 PM EST
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Who to watch the debut of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in Hollywood will have a surprise. Several parodies of the original posters of the film were scattered throughout the district, which is known for its liberal lifestyle. The posters show Donald Trump downtown, surrounded by supporters of his election, with the image of a nervous Hillary Clinton in the background, his opponent in the elections.

Thus, it is possible to read the words: "Rogue Won: A History of War Culture" (alluding to the original title of the film, "to Star Wars Story"). Rogue One | Trump supporters plan boycott of film "It's good for my heart to see that Hollywood started producing films with women in power, anticipating the election of the first woman president of the United States," comments the conservative street artist Sabo. He continues, "I've never seen the media sell the soul as it sold so Hillary was elected, and she was not."

The posters have been viral in social media and news websites in the USA. This is due to the word 'Rogue Won' attached to replace 'Rogue One' in a Star Wars posters. Some people are considering it funny and entertaining while some others, especially Donald Trump supporters, will feel like the thoughts inside the poster making is hyperbole.

Sabo has already attacked other artists such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Nate Parker, Lena Dunham and Cher. Their posters, which are scattered around the district in the middle of the night, by the artist himself, are usually removed as soon as the sun rises - or when the stricken person asks for the removal of the images. In addition to the parody of Rogue One, Sabo also created a poster version of Tinha Que Ser Ele ?, Where it is possible to see Trump and Hillary (visibly disgusted) embracing with the words: "Of all the men that the country could choose ..." And "See you in Canada!".

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