Samuel L. Jackson Totally Lost It Over A ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Poster’s Glaring Error

Mistakes are inevitable in any business. That even includes the movies.

While some may go completely unnoticed by the world, however, others will get you chewed out by Samuel L. Jackson.

A pair of posters advertising Spider-Man: Far from Home were hung next to each other, making the error even easier to spot.

TheBois24 grabbed a snap and shared the posters on Reddit in the sub Reddit dedicated to calling out poor designs.

So which eye did he injure? from r/CrappyDesign

When Jackson encountered them, he couldn’t help but blast whoever was responsible in an Instagram post.



A mirrored image of Jackson’s MCU character, Nick Fury, was used to create a little variety.

The only problem is that Fury wears an eyepatch, resulting in a very conspicuous continuity error.

Jackson himself pointed this out in his Instagram caption:

“The Actual F*** IS GOING ON HERE???!!! #headsgonroll #lefteyemuthaf*****”

Jackson’s fans found the mix-up hilarious in his Instagram comments:



A few even threw out potential explanations for the “mistake.”



The eyepatch controversy extended onto Twitter, where Spider-fans couldn’t help but roll their eyes at the lazy marketing. 

Once again, Twitter tried their best to cover for the posters designers.

Maybe one of these Nicks isn’t what he appears to be…

I wouldn’t want to be Spider-Man’s advertising team when Samuel L. Jackson arrives to give them a piece of his mind.

Watch out, poster designers.

Samuel L. Jackson is holding you to a high standard.

Jackson doesn’t wear an eyepatch, but he does design a line of fashionable men’s hats with Kangol.

Like this jaunty trilby, available here.

Kangol Samuel L. Jackson P2i Arnold Trilby/Amazon


Or this newsboy cap, available here.

Kangol Samuel L. Jackson P2i Golf Diamond Texture/Amazon