The Breakfast Club's edited promo picture
The Breakfast Club fans have been reacting on Twitter after spotting the movie's promo picture on Netflix has been edited.
The original photo shows Anthony Michael Hall's character Brian Johnson holding a joint.
However, in Netflix's image, the joint has been replaced with a pencil.
Twitter user @ballofreget went viral after he shared a screenshot of the edit online.
His post has been retweeted over 43,000 times, and has accumulated over 300,000 likes.
Many responded with hilarious memes, while others were just outraged.
YALL NETFLIX PHOTOSHOPPED A PENCIL INTO BRIANS HAND INSTEAD OF THE ZOOT IM DYING pic.twitter.com/41UzOrU43c
— ashFUCK THE PIGS (@ballofregret) May 23, 2020
One user joked, 'They’re doing it with every movie now!!!'
He then posted an edited picture of Sylvester Stallone's Rambo holding a giant pencil.
They’re doing it with every movie now!!! pic.twitter.com/5dC8PVqXWg
— Christopher (@FilippelliCS) May 24, 2020
While another Twitter user claimed, 'This is a common cover for the film'
'Places like Walmart etc back in the 90's demanded this type of change.'
'chances are Netflix computers randomly assigned this cover when the movies went up.'
This is a comm anything to do with it
— FriskyFerretTieDie (@PositiveVisual) May 24, 2020
Others were frustrated by the editing, 'Excuse me Netflix but... INSTEAD OF JUST USING A DIFFERENT PHOTO'
Another Twitter user simply responded, 'Pathetic'
While one user wrote, 'the disrespect'
WHAAENT PHOTO pic.twitter.com/jYoRlABrvm
— Mo (@ramona_1975_) May 24, 2020
Meanwhile, you can check out everything new to Netflix in June here.