Josh Brolin Shares 'Uncle Buck' Poster Reimagined With Thanos

The beloved John Candy classic turned 28 on Wednesday.
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'Uncle Buck' (1989)

The beloved John Candy film Uncle Buck marked its 28th anniversary Wednesday, and Josh Brolin acknowledged the occasion by sharing a fan-made poster featuring his Marvel supervillain, Thanos. 

The reimagined Uncle Thanos poster shows Thanos in the role of Buck Russell and some of the Avengers, along with the villain's adopted daughters Gamora and Nebula. 

The poster was created by an artist and designer who goes by Mutant 101 on Instagram. The artist wrote that he made the design to celebrate the 1989 movie in addition to his excitement for the highly anticipated Avengers: Infinity War

A trailer for the Infinity War was shown over the summer at D23 and San Diego Comic-Con, but, so far, it has not been released wide. 

Uncle Buck is the John Hughes classic starring the late comic actor Candy, along with Macaulay Culkin. It was one of Culkin's first films before 1990's Home Alone, which made him a household name. In the pic, Candy plays an unreliable and untrustworthy goof who redeems himself when he is put in charge of his nephew (Culkin) and nieces during a family emergency.

Brolin is currently filming Deadpool 2, in which he plays Cable. Both he and star Ryan Reynolds has been dropping little teases for the past few weeks as production continues. 

Check out the Uncle Thanos poster below.

 

#Repost @mutant101 ・・・ "Oh No!" To mark the release of the classic #UncleBuck 28yrs ago today, here's a new #lowbudgetposter not-starring #avengersinfinitywar's @joshbrolin , @zoesaldana & @tomholland2013 BTW Big thanks to @seal for the music. (Of course this isn't real. Well, it's real in the sense it would look good printed and hung in my garage. )

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