These Photoshopped CNY Movie Posters Are Hilarious

By Bridget O'Donnell, January 22, 2017

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China's annual Spring Festival travel rush is officially here, as the 40-day-long chunyun period, the world's largest annual human migration, kicked off last week

Ahead of the holiday, one Weibo netizen has photoshopped Hollywood blockbuster movie posters and given them a special Chinese New Year twist.

See Tom Cruise, Jason Bourne and the Hobbits make their incredible CNY journeys home with these hilarious posters. 

Mission Impossible chinese new year
Mission Impossible: Chunyun Special

Expendables chinese new year
The "Crowdables" (a play on The Expendables)

Jason Bourne Chinese New Year
"The queue's heavy shadow," a play on the Chinese title for the Jason Bourne series, translated to "Heavy Shadow" in Chinese

Avengers chinese new year
"The Seat Grabbing Alliance," a Spring Festival version of the title for The Avengers, which translates to "The Revenge Alliance" in Chinese

Fast and Furious chinese new year
The Chunyun and the Furious

Mad Max on the Road
Mad Max: The Journey Home

Hobbit Chinese New Year
The Hobbit: The Chunyun Journey

Leon the Professional
“This waiting room is not too cold," a CNY-ified version of the Chinese title for Leon: The Professional, which is translated as "This Killer is Not Too Cold"

Spiderman Chinese New Year
Spiderman: The Return from Chunyun

[Images via Weibo]

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