Boycott "The Grey" For Its Harmful Depictions of Wolves!

Director Joe Carnahan's new movie "The Grey" has raised concerns among animal rights groups due to its depictions of wolves as bloodthirsty, dangerous killers. The movie's release is poorly timed, as several states have removed wolves from their endangered species lists, allowing hunters to legally kill them on sight.

While preparing for their roles, Liam Neeson and other "The Grey" cast members crossed the line from fantasy into reality: as a form of method acting, they requested real frozen wolf meat to be flown in to their filming location in Alaska.

Though the wolf was already dead prior to the actors' request, it is unclear why the animal was killed.

The movie's subject matter, combined with the actors' unnecessary consumption of real wolf meat, are disrespectful to these native creatures and will perpetuate negative stereotypes of wolves. Please sign the petition to boycott this irresponsible film.
We, the undersigned, are writing to express our concern for your distribution of Joe Carnahan's movie "The Grey." The movie has raised concerns among animal rights groups due to its depictions of wolves as bloodthirsty, dangerous killers. Its release is poorly timed, as several states have removed wolves from their endangered species lists, allowing hunters to legally kill them on sight.

While preparing for their roles, Liam Neeson and other "The Grey" cast members crossed the line from fantasy into reality: as a form of method acting, they requested real frozen wolf meat to be flown in to their filming location in Alaska. Though the wolf was already dead prior to the actors' request, it is unclear why the animal was killed.

The movie's subject matter, combined with the actors' unnecessary consumption of real wolf meat, are disrespectful to these native creatures and will perpetuate negative stereotypes of wolves. To voice our disapproval of this disrespect, we will be boycotting the film. In the future, please reconsider distributing films that promote cruelty to animals. Thank you for taking the time to read and consider our petition.
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