In the ads, teenager Bynes stands between two London Buckingham Palace guards and flashed the peace V-sign, and even the film's director Dennie Gordon admits the marketing bosses at Warner Brothers weren't thinking things through when they came up with the poster idea.
"We do want to be sensitive to what is going on around the world and supporting to the guys and get them home soon."
The print ads have been altered but billboard posters will stay the same.
This political drama is a scandalous thriller starring Patrick Wilson and Lena Headey. It has been directed by Mora Stephens.
Seven Davis Jr.'s debut album, 'Universes', continues the astral theme in both title and tilt.
Chris Cornell refuses to stop, and on the eve of the release of his fourth solo album next month, he is reissuing his first solo album on vinyl and...
Pharrell Williams teams up with Puff Daddy and The Family on new single 'Finna Get Loose'.
The actor will have his fifth outing as the secret agent in 'Spectre' this November.