SHARE. No Animals Were Harmed In The Making Of This Picture Absolutely not mY stylE though i couldn't figure out anything less ferrari from this shot Took me almost all day to create it, don't look at it too long- it hurts :) model: O P. Three years ago, I published an article about a photo story I’d found hiding away deep in the LIFE archives. Webmaster Login. Best Friends Animal Society, a non-profit which partnered up with Universal Pictures to promote adoption, pulled their endorsement, American Humane suspended the representative on set at the time of the incident and PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) launched a boycott of the film. My son and I shot these two on a black bear hunt in BC last week. Webmaster Login. No Animals were Harmed in the Making of this Film, 70 People Were. By MessyNessy. 2,056 points • 86 comments - No Animals Were Harmed in the Making of this motion picture - IWSMT has amazing images, videos and anectodes to waste your time on Fallout has been swift. No animals were harmed in the making of this skirt 162,156 views. No animals were harmed in the making of this site. 391 faves T. Pinterest. April 15, 2015. But I wonder how many were saved in the making of this picture as well. According to the American Humane Association and various reports, several animals were killed in brutal ways while making the film, including a horse that was "blown up" with dynamite. F. Twitter. There were three wolves fighting with a cow moose. Stone says that no animals were actually harmed during the making of the film, but she was still upset by the idea of having to act out any violence against an animal. Facebook. The cow was giving them all they wanted at the time and even had them on the run. “No Animals Were Harmed” We help keep the cameras rolling and the animals safe American Humane monitors animals in filmed media and holds the exclusive right to award its “No Animals Were Harmed”® end-credit certification to productions that meet its rigorous standard of care for animal actors. In an article published last week, the American Humane Association claimed that “no animals were harmed during the actual filming.” While it might be true that no animals were harmed during the filming, it is not true that no animals were filmed during the making of “The Hobbit”. Home / Biography / Photo Gallery / Videos / Contact / More. 4,522 Likes, 36 Comments - Stephanie Nielson (@nieniedialogues) on Instagram: “No animals were harmed in the making of this photo.”