Samuel L. Jackson is furious over 'Spider-Man' poster error

Maeve McDermott

Living up to the name of his Marvel character Nick Fury, Samuel L. Jackson unleashed an expletive-laden rant on Instagram about an error in a "Spider-Man: Far From Home" poster.  

"Uhhhhhhh, What In The Actual (expletive) IS GOING ON HERE???!!!" Jackson wrote in the NSFW post, captioning a photo of two Nick Fury "Far From Home" posters, with one showing his character's signature eyepatch over his left eye, and another, incorrectly, with the eyepatch on the right. 

Pom Klementieff, the actress who plays Mantis in the "Guardians of the Galaxy" movies, commented with crying emojis, with actress Nia Long chiming in under the post with "Haaaaaaaaa!"

The new "Spider-Man" movie has received generally positive reviews from critics, with USA TODAY's Brian Truitt praising the film as a "fun ode to teen romance."

"It’s still a rad take on bearing the weight of great expectations and a fun ode to teen romance. Tom Holland continues to be amazing," Truitt tweeted. "Zendaya’s MJ is just as cool as ('Black Panther's') Shuri and Jake G’s an inspired choice for Mysterio."

As for Fury's role in the film, fans will have to wait and see when it hits theaters July 2.

More: 'Spider-Man: Far from Home' first reactions praise 'fun ride' and clever 'Endgame' follow

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