Movies Changed For Foreign Markets

A humorous look at what sells around world.

Christian Krauspeby Christian Krauspe

I'm sure you've heard that movie studios, in all their wisdom, change the titles of movies to insure they sell better in foreign markets. Example: "Captain America: The First Avenger" was simply changed to "The First Avenger" as to avoid anti-American sentiment in certain countries. 

This is not the first time this has happened. 

We here at CraveOnline have done our best to find examples of this around the world.

Check it out: 

Example 1. "Moneyball" as marketed in North Korea.

 

Example 2. "Blood Diamond" as marketed in the Congo.

 

Example 3. "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" as marketed in Nazi Germany.

 

Example 4. "The Proposal" as marketed in Saudi Arabia.

 

Example 5. "The Sixth Sense" as marketed in Japan.

 

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