Gavin Polone, the producer of the upcoming A Dog's Purpose, was horrified by a video from the film's set showing a German Shepherd being forced to film a water scene.
"I'm horrified by this..It was someone's job to watch out for this kind of thing. Why didn't they?" he said yesterday.
Josh Gad, who lent his voice for the movie, took to Twitter to tell his followers that although he wasn't on set while the movie was being filmed, he was "shaken and sad to see any animal put in a situation against its will."
PETA has released a statement urging moviegoers to boycott the film, along with "any other movies that use live animals."
The American Humane Association also addressed the video, saying that their representative who was on set during production has been placed on "administrative leave."
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The Pittsburgh Steelers play New England in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday . . . but at the moment they have a lot of players struggling with the FLU.
According to reports, as many as 15 players have come down with the bug, although coach Mike Tomlin says, quote, "We'll be there, we'll be ready to play, this is just part of normal things that happen over the course of a season."
The Patriots have a reputation for doing whatever it takes to gain a competitive advantage, a.k.a. CHEATING. So it's not surprising that there's talk on social media that they might have INTENTIONALLY sent Pittsburgh the flu.
Someone even said that they might have weaponized the bug . . . by somehow having the Steelers' locker room swabbed with the virus without them knowing it.
Obviously, that's pretty over the top. And I'm not sure how many people SERIOUSLY believe something like that actually happened. But at this point, would you really be surprised if it was true?
DONALD TRUMP is promising to make America great for ALL Americans. And he can prove his sincerity to the LGBT community tonight . . . by DANCING WITH CAITLYN JENNER. (???)
The "New York Post" claims that his advisers are prodding him to dance with Caitlyn at his inaugural celebration.
A source says, quote, "The image of Trump dancing with Caitlyn would send a strong message that he supports gay rights and trans rights. A picture is worth a thousand tweets."
As awesome as that sounds, it's probably not true. Caitlyn's rep says, quote, "This is a ridiculous story. There have been no discussions about who Caitlyn will or won't dance with, or if she will dance at all.
"I can't deal in hypotheticals and have no idea what any Trump aids hope happens. Of course, [the] real question is if they danced, who would lead?"
Whatever the case, Caitlyn arrived in Washington yesterday.
2017 has Vikings fans wondering if Adrian Peterson will remain with the team or move on? It's not all his decision though. Does the team want to pick up the remaining $17million left on his contract? Bring him back on a more team friendly deal? Or, cut him completely and use that money in free agency? While both parties mull it over Adrian Peterson recently shared his wishlist of teams if it is indeed time to move on. Check out who they are HERE
McDonald's is continuing to tinker with its menu, now launching bigger and smaller versions of its iconic Big Mac. The Grand Mac is for people who want an ever bigger burger, adding more meat to the two beef patties for a total of one-third of a pound of beef. The Mac Jr. is for people who want something smaller. It has just one larger beef patty instead of two and gets rid of the middle bun. This is the latest innovation from Steve Easterbrook since becoming CEO in 2015. Others he's experimented with include self-order kiosks, mobile pay, updated interior design, table service, and the all-day breakfast menu, which has been very popular and helped drive higher revenue and profits.
Want to make over $100,000-a-year playing with Legos? You actually might be able to pull it off . . . but you'll have to hustle and probably do a LOT of lying on your resume.
The University of Cambridge in England is looking for a "Professor of Lego" to study Legos, figure out ways to incorporate them into education, and analyze the role of Legos and other toys in kids' lives worldwide.
But there are two catches. One, the deadline to apply is tomorrow. And two, they're looking for someone with an, quote, "outstanding research record of international stature and vision, leadership, experience, and enthusiasm."
If you really want to do right by your family, put 'em in a moving van and head to North Dakota. Sure, it's the coldest place in the continental United States, but you'll be able to afford 17 furnaces with all the money you'll save.
WalletHub.com just released their results of a study that ranked the states from the best place to raise a family to the worst.
The rankings are based on things like schools . . . home prices . . . jobs . . . activities . . . health care . . . child care . . . and crime.
The 10 best states for raising a family in 2017 are: North Dakota . . . New Hampshire . . . Vermont . . . Minnesota . . . Nebraska . . . Massachusetts . . . New Jersey . . . Iowa . . . Connecticut . . . and South Dakota.
And the 10 worst are: New Mexico . . . Mississippi . . . Louisiana . . . Nevada . . . Alaska . . . Arizona . . . Georgia . . . West Virginia . . . Alabama . . . and South Carolina.
During an appearance on The Doctors, Lamar Odom spoke candidly about his 2015 drug overdose in Nevada. The former NBA star said that his addiction was so bad that he was "basically committing suicide." He said, "I wasn't in a good place mentally before that incident happened. My wife at the time ... we were going through some things and I was in a dark place."
Lamar also admitted that he wants Khloe Kardashian back. When asked how he'd like his life to be moving forward, he said....WATCH THE VIDEO CLIP NOW:
Chelsea Handler is blaming the Kardashian family for Donald Trump's election as President, noting that America is becoming its own reality show thanks to Trump's celebrity status.
"They were treating him as an entertainer first. It was a reality show. We've turned into a reality show. I blame the Kardashians, personally; the beginning of the end was the Kardashians," Handler told Variety.
"The way these people have blown up and don't go away — it's surreal. Everyone is for sale."
She even went as far to say that she hoped Trump would be impeached.
"It's becoming clearer what a sociopath he is," she said. "I think our job as entertainers — or my job — is to reach across and figure out the people who are so disenchanted that they voted for him, and try to find some common ground."