the Hangover tries to steal Enemy Mine’s mojo (and other adventures in social networking)

What my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today:
• He already did this in that awful movie with Rachel MacAdams. Harrison Ford signs up for Anchorman sequel

• Another reason to hate the Hangover series: they’re so desperate they are besmirching the good name of *Enemy Mine.* Despicable.

Hangover Part III poster

• The fallout begins… Artist Quits Superman Project After Outcry Over Writer’s Marriage Views

(hat-tip for today’s links: bronxbee)

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Mon, Mar 11, 2013 7:55am

Others see the Hangover III poster as ripping of this Harry Potter poster (mixed with the background of the Star Trek Into Darkness poster) =>

I don’t think a lot of people remember Enemy Mine (a very good movie in my opinion), so I don’t think they were targetting that poster.

Mate Sršen
reply to  PJK
Mon, Mar 11, 2013 10:37pm

I think this is more a case of MaryAnn exercising her right to sarcasm.

Mon, Mar 11, 2013 11:22am

I’ll gladly support Hangover III if they promise never to make any more. But I fear it’s too late…

Mon, Mar 11, 2013 11:44pm

Apropros of the bit about Chris Sprouse quitting, it seems like this version of Superman is attracting odd homophobes…here’s a link to Towleroad where the relevant part is at the bottom before the jump:

“On the bright side, this charmer is already in talks with DC Comics to illustrate Orson Scott Card’s Superman story.”

Unfortunately, the vid’s been removed from YouTube.