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PETA Hails Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 for Advocacy Takes

By Ana Escamilla
Published in TV & Movies
May 10, 2023
1 min read
PETA Hails Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 for Advocacy Takes

As animal rights continue to gain momentum globally, a recent announcement by PETA lauds the makers of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 for their advocacy efforts. James Gunn, the director of the upcoming Marvel movie, has taken proactive steps to ensure that the film is as animal-friendly as possible. PETA announced that Gunn refused to use live animals during filming and made an effort to use computer-generated imagery instead. Moreover, the director also committed to off-set any carbon footprint caused as a result of the film’s production. This commitment to animal rights is not new for Gunn, who has been a longtime supporter of PETA and its causes.

One of the most significant issues for animal welfare organizations is the use of animals in film and popular media. In many cases, the animals are put through unsafe and inhumane situations, risking their health and well-being for nothing more than a shot in a movie. PETA has long advocated for the elimination of such practices and Gunn’s efforts have been recognized as a significant step in the right direction.

This announcement by PETA highlights the increasing awareness and the steps being taken towards animal welfare. It is essential that these trends continue. People must realize that animals are not just objects to be used as props but living beings with emotions and feelings. As such, it is the responsibility of filmmakers and people everywhere to ensure that their treatment is ethical.

In conclusion, it is crucial to acknowledge individuals and organisations that take on the cause of animal welfare in today’s world. Projects like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 make positive attempts to eliminate animal cruelty in film and media, and it sets an encouraging example for others to follow. As a society, we must continue to push towards more ethical and humane practices for all animals.

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Ana Escamilla

Ana Escamilla

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