If The Posters For This Year’s Oscar-Nominated Movies Were Honest

By: 01.11.13  •  17 Comments

This year’s Oscar nominations are in, but instead of continuing our coverage of who got snubbed — Comic book movies! Looper! Twilight! Matthew McConaughey! — we’re going to take a moment to repeat a yearly tradition. People like to photoshop the Oscar-nominated movies’ posters to reflect what the average person thinks about them, and we love collecting the funniest of these honest movie posters in one place. All but two of the modified posters below are for films nominated in the screenplay, acting, best film, or other Academy Award categories (full list of nominees here).

These honest movie posters come from Hypable (thanks to Joshua for sending that link), College Humor, and The Shiznit. Our favorites start on the next page, along with two bonus honest posters for movies that weren’t nominated. You can view the rest of the photoshops at Hypable, College Humor, and The Shiznit.

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