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  • 28
  • Mar

Darren Aronofsky Reveals the Secret Behind the Animals of Noah’s Ark

Digitally created animal characters are the future of filmmaking, and Noah director Darren Aronofsky would know!

“One of the first promises I made to Russell Crowe when he took on the role”, Aronofsky says, “was that ‘I promise you won’t be standing on a deck with two giraffes sticking out behind you’”. And as he reveals in an exclusive new video interview with PETA US, the director stayed true to his word, using advanced digital effects to create the stunning array of animals who appear in Noah.

“When you’re doing Noah’s … Read more.


  • 28
  • Feb

10 Vegans to Watch Out for on the Red Carpet

Pre-Oscar frenzy is at its height right now, ahead of this year’s Academy Awards on Sunday. But amid all the gossip and dress speculation, what we’re really looking forward to is seeing some of our favourite compassionate stars step out on the red carpet to show off their vegan “glow”.

These are a few of the beautiful, talented Hollywood vegans we’ll be watching out for:

Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres receives her star on "The Hollywood Walk of Fame"

Ellen will be taking centre stage at this year’s awards – she’s hosting them! The much-loved talk-show star has been cruelty-free for years and even had … Read more.


  • 17
  • Dec

Why Animal Lovers Are Staying Away From ‘The Hobbit’

A year has passed since the release of the first film in The Hobbit trilogy, An Unexpected Journey – which means it’s also been a year since disturbing allegations came out about the abuse, neglect and death of many animals during its production.

Here’s a reminder of how horses, goats, sheep and other animals suffered during the making of the movie:

The Hobbit: Unexpected Cruelty

Rather than address compassionate people’s concerns, Peter Jackson has brushed off criticism and refused to give assurances that he will stop putting animals at risk. Given the advent of computer-generated … Read more.