Since we are talking bout controversial movie promotion, how about this?
While these bikini girls are NOT planning on killing North Korea’s leader, this movie promo IS as controversial in Asia right now as “The Interview” has been here…first, let’s introduce you to this guy:
While Seth Rogan and James Franco have cornered the market with controversial movie subject matter, the Japanese have their way with it too….they are making some of the most inventive and controversial horror films around…beginning of course with the legendary masterpiece “Battle Royale”:
And now, there is a new film that is not only controversial for its subject matter, but for this as well:
Yes, they are connected in a most unusual way….first, let’s look at a new film just released in Japan:
Here is the trailer for “Kamisama no Iutoori” – “As The Gods Will”:
“As The Gods Will” is an adaptation of a japanese manga series – and tells the story of a group of high school kids who, after their teacher is killed, are forced to play a number of childhood games with a horrifying twist in order to survive!
Thanks to RocketNews24, I found a promotional video for the film that is causing much controversy.
In the video, six sexy idols are forced to play the same game as in the film, trying to creep up on the giant-faced doll.
However, in this case all of the participants are bikini clad models, and their goal is NOT TO JIGGLE!
There is really nothing NSFW about this trailer, but if “bouncy” bikini models offend you, you can skip the video…
Here is the trailer for “The Bikini Game”:
As you can see, a very imaginative way to get attention for the film. Did it offend you? Let me know, and you can read the entire story on RocketNews24 here:
Let me know if you plan to see the film!
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