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No, Disney and Pixar “‘Caust” Film Based On The Holocaust Is Not Real

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First we had the “Two Girls One Cup” movie joke, and now someone has taken it one step further. A poster is floating around social media depicting what appears to me a movie about Adolf Hitler called ‘Caust.

I’m not sure where it came from, but it’s picking up like crazy. There are two variations I’ve seen.

Warning, these images may be disturbing to some people, especially the second one.

One version on Twitter:

Yet another version on Twitter

It is clearly another parody. There is no way that Disney would ever do this.

Another one someone posted was one called “Floyd” based on George Floyd, and it’s starting to get out of hand.

The Holocaust and George Floyd are not things people should be making Disney posters of, for so many reasons. The “Two Girls One Cup” one was a funny joke because it was a play on a very odd porn film, but it was just two girls holding a cup. This is much worse.

What do you think? Comment and let us know.


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