James Gunn received a PETA Award for the missile’s origin story in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

James Gunn received a PETA Award for the origin story of a missile in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 first appeared in Consequences.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Writer and director James Gunn has been recognized by PETA for telling the origin story of the early days of Rocket Raccoon being raised in a science lab.

Gunn received the award for “Not a Number” on Monday, May 8 – a few days after the movie was released in theaters. The last batch of Guardians of the Galaxy The trilogy returns to the harsh experiment Rocket endured at the hands of the High Evolutionary, from whom he eventually managed to escape.

PETA hopes everyone will be inspired by his story to speak out against animal testing and demand that companies, universities and government agencies switch to research methods that don’t involve animals.

“With Rocket, James Gunn has put a face, a name, and a personality to the millions of vulnerable animals that are cycled through labs as we speak,” Lisa Lange, PETA Senior Vice President, said in a statement. PETA is celebrating this as the Animal Rights Film of the Year for helping audiences see animals as individuals and pointing out that just because we can experiment on them doesn’t mean we are He should. ”

On Friday, May 5th, Jan Post a tweet on how Rocket’s story mirrored his own. He wrote, “At the end of the day, this is a movie about joy, compassion, learning to see beyond the edge of our worlds, and compassion for all living things.” “The Rocket journey is mine and I am so glad it has helped me learn how to become a better person over the past 11 years – as it has all of you.”

In our review of Vol. 3Senior Entertainment Editor Liz Shannon Miller writes about the “scary amount of animal abuse that’s really hard to bear at times” and calls the sequences “the most disturbing thing to happen in the MCU yet.”

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 It marks Gunn’s last MCU movie before he officially takes over at DC. So far, plans for the new DC Universe include Superman: Legacy (which Gunn himself will direct), the Batman and Robin movie, the Wonder Woman TV prequel series, and more.

James Gunn received a PETA Award for the missile’s origin story in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
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