Samuel L. Jackson took to his Instagram call a major mistake and easily avoidable in a promotional poster for Spider-Man: Away from home. Jackson plays Nick Fury in the movie, a role he's been playing since 2008 Iron Man (in which he appeared in the post-credits).
Whoever was responsible for making these posters clearly did not see them because they accidentally swapped Jackson's eye patch on one of the posters.
The actor went in about the error, subtitling the accident "Uhhhhhhh, what's going on in the fucking current HERE ??? !!!" I've added two hashtags for added effect: #HeadsGonRoll and #LeftEyeMuthaFukkah. Clearly, he is not happy.
Marvel movies are known to use alternate universes in which the characters may differ in their powers or appearance. This could means that there is a chance that Nick Fury will move to another dimension in the future Spiderman film, which would explain his eye patch covering the opposite eye.
In the real world, however, it is clearly a misstep of Photoshopping. As Jackson said, the head will roll.
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