Adorable Kitten Goes For Oscar Gold In Nominee-Spoofing ‘Keanu’ Posters

When a trailer for Keanu (watch it here) was launched into an gullible universe final month, there was scarcely unanimous agreement that it was both waggish and, interjection to a kitten during a core of a movement comedy starring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, positively adorable. The Peter Atencio-helmed film isn’t out until Apr 29, that is a lot of time in that to keep reminding people of both those facts. Which brings us to a array of Keanu posters expelled currently in allege of a Academy Awards. The 4 posters each spoof a nominee for Best Picture, in this box The Revenant, The Martian, The Big Short, and Mad Max: Fury Road.

I won’t spoil a fun by explaining it, though we can corkscrew down next and see for yourself that indisputably, this year;s stand of Oscar contenders would substantially be even improved with a lovable kitten. Enjoy a weekend everyone.


Keanu sees Key Peele as a span of best friends whose lives are thrown into disharmony when a kitten one of them adopted after a bad mangle adult is stolen by a scandalous Gangster. The dual fake to be dangerous drug dealers in sequence to rescue their bushy friend: bullets, carnage and a lot of George Michael songs ensue. Key and Peele star along with Method Man, Straight Outta Compton‘s Jason Mitchell, Will Forte, Darrell Britt-Gibson, and Nia Long. Peter Atencio leads from a book created by Peele and Alex Rubens, and it’s constructed by Key, Peele, Peter Principato, Paul Young, and Joel Zadak. It meows into theaters Apr 29.