Report: Animals Were Harmed

    This film image released by 20th Century Fox shows Suraj Sharma as Pi Patel in a scene from "Life of Pi." (AP Photo/20th Century Fox)

    20th Century Fox/AP

    The inclusion of the tagline “no animals were harmed” at the end of movies means absolutely nothing, according to a report in The Hollywood Reporter. Oh and there’s more: The American Humane Association, which approves the messages and monitors TV and movie production, is funded through the Screen Actors Guild and Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. Take a look at Life of Pi, for example: It got the “no animals were harmed” tag even though a Bengal tiger almost drowned during filming.

    Read it at The Hollywood Reporter