The Meg poster 1

The Meg debuts mega-licious, nutritious beachgoer posters

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Aug 3, 2018

The Meg’s megalodon-fighting, Jason Statham-growling intensity — which has critics hungry for more schlocky shark goodness — is only making its case even stronger thanks to its savvy marketing team.

Already having released plenty of posters with tongue-in-cheek taglines like "Pleased to eat you" or "Chomp on this" (in which a great white shark is shown in scale with a megalodon), the poster squad over at Concept Arts (which we have via IMP Awards) has continued churning out delightfully silly paeans to sharks eating folks — and their latest is squarely on the topic’s nose.

The new posters for the bloody oceanic creature feature depict a swath of beachgoers and their accompanying nutritional facts. Check them out:

The Meg poster 1

Source: Concept Arts

The Meg poster 2

Source: Concept Arts

The Meg poster 3

Source: Concept Arts

The Meg poster 4

Source: Concept Arts

Those percent daily values are based on a healthy, average megalodon, which they’re saying eats about 850,000 calories a day (depending on its frenzy state). In context, that’s about five delicious, protein-rich people a day. But make sure to watch that cholesterol by only eating the ones that look like they ran off the set of Baywatch.

The Meg chomps into theaters on Aug. 10.