The most controversial of the three new posters is one in which SpongeBob spoofs Fifty Shades of Grey. Let’s just say that a children’s movie spoofing such an adult film has been deemed by most people as highly inappropriate. People are able to create innuendo out of SpongeBob, and it just seems like a poor promotional choice on the part of a film marketed towards children.
The other two movie posters are definitely less controversial, and much more of what one would expect to be spoofed by SpongeBob.
The first depicts a spoof of Jurassic World. Something about a giant SpongeBob going rogue and attacking amusement park guests does sound like a good plot for a movie.
Terminator Genisys also got the yellow treatment.
Here’s the trailer that aired during the Super Bowl as well:
What do you think of the SpongeBob posters? Was the ’50 Shades’ one in bad taste or all in good fun?
Alissa is a student at the Rochester Institute of Technology, studying Media Arts & Technology. Her hometown is in the Middle-of-Nowhere, NY, where winter is approximately 6 months of the year. She is extremely nerdy, and loves all things animated, literary, or Harry Potter related. Her older sister spawned her love of animation by dragging her downstairs at 2 a.m. every morning and making her watch various films until their parents took them back to bed. Some of her all-time favorite films include Mulan, The LEGO Movie, Up, Tangled, and The Lion King. She also collects old Peanuts comic strips, and spends her free time reading, writing for the Rotoscopers, and working a variety of jobs. You can follow Alissa on Instagram and Twitter: @ThisAlissa. See her work here.