Guns don't kill marketing campaigns, Lena Dunham kills marketing campaigns.
Based on the unbearably high number of deaths to gun violence in America recently, it's not surprising some people are simply fed up with our nation's obsession with firearms.
Luckily, Lena Dunham is here to be the voice for liberals everywhere, and she has her crosshairs set on Matt Damon.
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As you've probably seen by now, Matt is about to star in Jason Bourne – the fifth installment in the Bourne franchise — later this month, so naturally, ads for the movie have been popping up all across the country.
Well, not everyone is loving the glamorized use of weaponry in the film's New York subway marketing, including Girls producer Tami Sagher.
Tami took to Instagram Tuesday night to suggest riders start vandalizing the posters to make them more friendly… and Lena couldn't have agreed more, reposting the call to arms and saying:
While the movie will obviously feature enough firepower for a small army, we're in favor of anything that would make others feel more comfortable in public.
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Tags: ad campaigns, controversy, film flickers, girls, gun rights, jason bourne, lena dunham, matt damon, new york, tami sagher