The new season of The witcher is now streaming on Netflix, but its release has not been without controversy. In the new episodes there are scenes featuring live animals, which made PETA angry. The organization issued a statement condemning the show for including real animals rather than using CGI, arguing that this negatively affects their growth.
“Netflix The witcher has a monstrous problem, in that the producers have apparently monstrously chosen to exploit a living lemur and squirrel monkeys, among other animals, instead of using modern, human-generated computer-generated images, “the statement said. . “The entertainment industry usually prematurely separates these animals from their mothers and thwarts their instinctive needs to explore, choose mates, raise young and feed, which is why a kind audience should jump in. The witcher and rather a draw to the many films and shows that only feature volunteer human performers. ”
PETA, whose motto says, in part, that “animals are not ours to be used for entertainment or for abuse in any other way,” has made its position clear on this issue. Last month, the group condemned the release of the family comedy. Clifford the big red dog. Although they were convinced that CGI was used for the titular dog, PETA took the Clifford the filmmakers on the job of bringing in live animals for some of the seasons where they could have used computer-generated footage, as they already did with Clifford.
“While other films go for CGI which allows monkeys to stay with their families, instead of being dragged to film sets and forced to act, Clifford the big red dog doubles the old-fashioned cruelty, “said Lisa Lange, senior vice president of PETA.”Clifford is a big red flag, and kind audiences should skip the film in favor of productions that don’t exploit animals. ”
PETA also took on the team behind Jackass forever. In this situation, PETA wants a full criminal investigation of the filmmakers. Just as Bam Margera did with his unrelated lawsuit against the Jackass forever team, PETA also wants the release of the upcoming sequel to be blocked. Their problem comes from daredevils incorporating animals into their stunts. PETA also took on the team behind Jackass Forever. In this situation, PETA wants a full criminal investigation of the filmmakers. Much like Bam Margera did with his unrelated lawsuit against Team Jackass Forever, PETA also wants the next sequel to be blocked. Their problem comes from daredevils incorporating animals into their stunts.
“Donkey the stunts are violent and vulgar, but if the talent is willful and the injuries are self-inflicted, it is one thing, but it is another when the animals are exploited, harassed and injured: it is cruelty, ”the company said at the time. “The Jackass forever The trailer shows the Knoxville crew taunting a snake and bull to the point of attacking, treating a tarantula like a play piece, and forcing a chained bear to eat honey on a bound participant. Four months before its release, Jackass forever has already risked normalizing animal exploitation and legitimizing cruel exhibitors who pimp animals for productions. PETA urges producers to remove animal stunts from the film. ”
Netflix hasn’t responded to PETA’s “monster problem” with The witcher, which is currently airing its second season.
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