The Hobbit: PETA’s ‘Horses’ Crash the Premiere

Posted by on December 13, 2012 | Permalink

Fans were reminded of the deaths of numerous animals during the production of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, as PETA supporters converged outside the ODEON Cinema in Leicester Square at the premiere. In all, five horses, 12 chickens, a pony and several goats and sheep were allegedly maimed or killed, and PETA wants to encourage moviegoers to let Peter Jackson know that using live animals – and letting them die – is unacceptable in the age of breathtaking special effects.

There is no “back again” for the animals who suffered and died during The Hobbit‘s production. Join us in urging Jackson never to use live animals in his films again.