Not only did the 26-year-old unfollow his former flame, he also
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What's in a name?
Basically, we learn that Meryl HATES her own name and that Nicole inherited the Hawaiian name Hokulani from a baby elephant who was living at the Honolulu Zoo when she was born!
Pretty cute, right?
Well, Graham and his team decided to reach out to the zoo and see how Hokulani is doing these days, and they got some pretty upsetting news in return!
Ch-ch-check out Nicole's reaction to finding out her namesake has been dead for decades (above)!
We feel like PETA is like a little kid trying to figure out which parent to ask for more ice cream. Who is more likely to satiate their sweet tooth… but for a pretty decent reason.
The original Dumbo ends with the eponymous elephant becoming a hit circus act and everything ends happily!
Though, now we all know the circus isn't the best place for elephants. Heck, even Ringling Bros. has promised to get rid of their elephant acts by 2018!!
So, now that the Dumbo remake has director Tim Burton on board, PETA is asking him what they already asked Disney. PETA's Senior VP Lisa Lange wrote a letter to the director, that said, in part:
We think Disney should do a live-action remake of every single film they've ever done ever.
Except for maybe the direct-to-video sequel Tarzan II. And maybe a whole lot of other direct-to-video sequels.
One live-action remake we're innerested to see is the remake of Dumbo!
It already sounds like a weird idea, but guess who they've just tapped to direct… Tim Burton!
So now, the live-action Dumbo remake, which will feature a mixture of
This is great news!
We just wish it was happening a bit sooner!
The twin touring circus companies — Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus — have made a MAJOR announcement on Thursday about the future of their circuses and one of the main pieces of information that they let loose concerned the elephants in the show.
And apparently the company will be phasing out the magnificent creatures from BOTH shows!
Feld Entertainment announced that
Olivia Munn isn't just beautiful, smart and famous… she's also compassionate — her best quality if you ask us!
Last week, she wrote a plea for help on behalf of a poor elephant named Nosey.
Nosey the circus elephant suffers from debilitating arthritis and Olivia took it upon herself to write a letter on PETA's behalf to Tom Vilsack, the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. It read: