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Lena Dunham Calls for Guns to Be Removed from ‘Jason Bourne’ Subway Ads

The post has since been deleted.

Lena Dunham may be seeing “Jason Bourne” with the rest of the world when it opens at the end of this month, but she’s not a fan of its advertising. The outspoken star of “Girls” shared an Instagram post from her collaborator Tami Sagher captioned, “Hey New Yorkers, what if we do some peeling and get rid of the guns in the Jason Bourne subway ads. So tired of guns.”

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“Good idea … Let’s go!” Dunham added when sharing the photo, which has since been deleted. Sagher worked on “Girls” and also produced three seasons of “How I Met Your Mother.” Jason Bourne himself might not necessarily disagree, as Matt Damon recently said “You guys did it here in one fell swoop and I wish that could happen in my country, but it’s such a personal issue for people that we cannot talk about it sensibly” while promoting the film in Sydney, Australia.

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Dunham is frequently vocal about the issues of the day on social media, most recently earning headlines for her thoughts on Kanye West’s “Famous” video. “Jason Bourne” hits theaters on July 29.

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