Skip to comments.'Halloween' Billboard Hijacked to Target Maxine Waters
Posted on 10/19/2018 9:00:16 AM PDT by simpson96
A billboard advertising the new Halloween movie opening Friday was altered after a street artist swapped out an image of serial killer Michael Myers and replaced it with one of Maxine Waters.
The gigantic billboard at Pico Boulevard in West Hollywood remains intact, only the congresswoman is now holding the sharp butcher knife in her right hand, looking ready to plunge it into an unsuspecting victim. The phrase "#Uncivil Democrats" has also been added.
Blumhouse and Universal are advertising the sequel to the 1978 classic slasher movie of the same title on several billboards in and around Hollywood, though in the dead of night a conservative artist known as Sabo hijacked one of them.
Sabo tells The Hollywood Reporter that the text he added to the advertisement is a reference to Waters telling a crowd in June to make things uncomfortable for President Donald Trump and his Cabinet members.
(Excerpt) Read more at hollywoodreporter.com ...
That’s way funnier than ruining Ted Cruz’ dinner.
Every day is Halloween in the democrat party.
BUMP - super funny !!!
FR’s bagster seems to have “upped” his graphics game....billboard style!
A CA classic!
I have to laugh. That is great! On the other hand, it’s wrong as the act defaced something someone paid for and money will have to be paid to restore it.
I wanna be Sabo when I grow up.
what’s that phrase: Any publicity is good publicity. He likely upped the Halloween movie coverage/outreach by millions of people. This article alone is worth more than what they paid for the billboard.
LOL LOL LOL Scary but true
LOL!!!! Love it!!
The truth is stranger than fiction.
its wrong as the act defaced something someone paid for and money will have to be paid to restore it.
Were you a hall monitor when in school? /s
Where can I get a Maxine Waters mask for Halloween.?
Truth be told, I would have seen that and just thought it was a picture of the movie’s monster without a second thought.
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