Game of Thrones : HBO reacts to the parody published by Donald Trump

Cinema 5 November, 2018

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In full tumult of elections, the u.s. president uses Game of Thrones to ensure its communication, to the chagrin of HBO.

It has been written and repeated, Game of Thrones due to its worldwide success and still growing, has become a veritable phenomenon of society. His lines, his characters and his sets have spread everywhere, causing countless subversions, parodies, and other offsets, mainly from fans of the series.

But for all that, it is not said that everyone can recycle the visual identity or codes, Game of Thrones, without going for a semi-remained or opportunistic rancid. Proof is with Donald Trump, who has officially communicated via his Twitter account a replay of the graphic of the series as well as his well known mantra.

 

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— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 2, 2018

 

Diverting the ” Winter is coming”, heard many times, the us president has tweeted a solemn ” Sanctions are coming “, announcing the establishment of sanctions and political and economic at the address of Iran. Beyond the relevance of this policy choice, note the stupidity of the reference to Game of Thrones, who takes Donald Trump to assimilate a core element of its policy (the termination of the diplomatic agreement with Iran) was a phenomenon of mystical negative.

On the other hand, as one might expect, HBO has made it known that she did not think much of the approach of the elected. On the one hand on social networks, wondering how to write in Dothraki ” unauthorized use of intellectual property “, and then by means of a press release stating ” We were not aware of the publication of this message, and would prefer that our brand is not misappropriated for political purposes. “

A little more, and the series did not appeal to The Night Guard. As for the fans of the series, they will still have to wait a few months to find the conclusion of the adventures of Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington.

 

The winter, itself, is very well

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