There's a picture of a crosshairs appearing behind an object. On its own, that proves that somehow crosshairs appear behind objects. It gives no indication as to why, although people can draw their own conclusions. With the article that may be attached, it is possible to learn that some people have construed this as evidence for a faked moon landing, but the article probably does not claim that the picture is proof of being faked, and the picture doesnt claim anything at all, as it is a picture of objects with no persuasive wording. Even with the picture and article about it, there still remain many more aspects of the moon hoax theory to address, and thus nothing can be concluded as proof from the picture and article alone.
Now, there is a picture of a poster for a film. That proves that either the film exists as a completed project or as a concept in someone's mind. With the information provided by the article (and nothing else) it can be concluded that it is extremely likely the film is real, given that very few people would write this much false information to convince the internet that a certain film exists when in reality it doesn't not (especially when there's no real reason or payoff for doing so). Consodering that the article provides a plot synopsis, list of cast and producers, the budget, details about the production, and a summary of the movie's reception, there is not likely to be any information that could be vital to determining the film's existence.
Man, we've gotten a long way from football, haven't we?