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How A.I. Generated Disney Posters Are Confusing The Internet

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With the massive rise in artificial intelligence, specifically in its continued use in making digital images, the lines between what is real and what is fake are being ever more blurred. The rise of voice manipulation, deep fakes and semi-realistic images are something that has some people worried, specifically those who worry about manipulation. 

However, there are many who have decided to use this technology in a way to find humor. Using programs like Chat G.P.T. to make funny stories or combining two things to make a strange visual abomination. Even using cartoon characters to sing funny covers of popular songs. But a recent trend is spreading across the internet, and it has some people questioning if it is even real.



The trend seemingly began in late September when fake posters alleged that Disney/Pixar was seemingly making a film based on the infamous adult video Two Girls One Cup. This was shortly ramped up when someone decided to do a poster for a fake film called Caust, which would be about Adolf Hitler in WWII and the Holocaust. Then someone made a rather convincing poster called Chalino about the famous Mexican singer Chalino Sánchez.


With the trend increasing, more and more “AI artists” are taking part. Some of these fake posters are rather humorous, such as fake Disney versions of popular movies. There are even some impressive-looking original takes.



However, there are some who have a rather dark sense of humor and are making somewhat offensive images.



Some of this resembles the controversy when former Channel Awesome talent Lindsay Ellis aka The Nostalgia Chick had a Disney parody poster of Anna Frank made for an episode of her show.



The trend has gotten so popular that there is currently a “How To” tutorial using Bing Image Creator.

Now of the scariest things about this is how many people are falling for it. Many people are obviously in on the joke, but some may think it’s real. Like the grandmas who bought the dollar store Disney knock-off DVDs, there will always be someone who can’t tell the difference. 

While it is definitely a new trend that most people are taking humor in, Disney themselves may not be as happy. It is currently unknown if they may seek action against this trend and claim that it damages their company image. Only time will tell.

What do you think of this recent trend? Do you find it funny? Or do you think some of it is offensive? Let us know.


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