The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is calling out popular sci-fi series «Westworld» for the mistreatment of elephants in the third episode of the HBO show.
PETA has blasted the HBO show Westworld for animal abuse after live elephants were used in the filming of the last season of the show. In the third episode of the show now in its second season
HBO’s ‘Westworld’ called out by PETA for alleged animal abuse, demands they use CGI May 8, 2018 May 8, 2018 93 Views The most recent episode of “Westworld” caught the attention of PETA because it showed elephants being abused during their training.
PETA blasts HBO’s Westworld for using live elephants on the TV show from an organization that was caught on video abusing their animals. PETA is blasting HBO’s Westworld for animal abuse after they used live elephants in the filming of the second season of the show
The Individuals for the Moral Therapy of Animals (PETA) is asking out widespread sci-fi collection “Westworld” for the mistreatment of elephants within the third episode of the HBO present.
HBO’s Westworld called out by PETA for alleged animal abuse world news dailymail Wednesday 09th May 2018 12:09 AM PETA has blasted the HBO show Westworld for animal abuse after live elephants were used in the filming of the last season of the show.
PETA claims that one of the elephants in the video was used in the sci-fi drama Westworld. PETA Manager of Animals in Film and Television Lauren Thomasson wrote an open letter to Casey Bloys, HBO
2ND UPDATE, 8:51 AM: PETA has responded to HBO’s statement Monday about the use of what the animal-rights group says are abused elephants in the drama series Westworld.
By using performing elephants from HTWT instead of creating them using CGI (computer-generated imagery) – which fortunately is seeming to become the norm for animals in films like “The Jungle Book” — HBO and the producers of “Westworld” are supporting animal cruelty.
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PETA, whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to use for entertainment,” notes that there are many other humane and realistic options available, such as computer-generated imagery, which HBO itself used successfully to create a tiger for the same scene in which it used a live elephant.
In the letter, PETA also suggested the show use CGI instead of real animals, which would actually make sense considering the show is about the creation of a semi-sentient, digital world and they