Billboards and bench advertisements for Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time In Hollywood" have been morphed into infamous stars accused of sexual misconduct.
Instead of its original title, the adverts now read, "Once Upon A Time In... Pedowood," and feature accused sexual offenders like Jeffrey Epstein, Roman Polanski and Woody Allen.
One of the advertisements got political, featuring a photo of congressman Adam Schiff in place of Brad Pitt.
The producers at the bottom have also been changed to read, "A Weinstein / Buck / NIXVM / Singer production," to reflect disgraced figures like Harvey Weinstein and infamous sex cult NIXVM.
The work is a product of L.A. street artist, Sabo, who is known for doing public political pieces during the Academy Awards.
In regards to "Pedowood," Sabo said, "I've never prayed before a project but I prayed before this one, in the names of all those children harmed by these monsters. I hope they all get caught and put behind bars."
He's also selling prints of his work through his website, for $30 per print.
It's unclear if Sony Pictures is scrambling to go around and correct the vandalized advertisements, but luckily the actual red carpet premiere for the summer blockbuster has already gone down.
As we reported, Jeffrey Epstein was found injured in his cell in a NY federal lockup this week. It's unclear whether he attempted to take his own life, or was assaulted by someone else.
One thing's for sure ... he's definitely not going to see Tarantino's movie anytime soon.