PETA released a statement calling for Pixar to remove Bo Peeps signature shepherds crook from her look in the final animation of the film. PETA Manager of Animals is asking for a complete retirement of the crook. She has this to say:
“A ‘badass’ Bo Peep would likely bop the shearers, not the sheep,” writes PETA Manager of Animals in Film and Television Lauren Thomasson. “[A] symbol of domination over any animal is a thing of the past and not something that belongs in Toy Story 4. Won’t you please consider removing Bo Peep’s crook from the final animation?”
We just announced last week that Bo Peep will be back in the picture for Toy Story 4. The newest quick teaser clip has Bo joining Woody and Buzz – and she looks like she’s ready for adventure! The released movie poster has her posing in a familiar stance… anyone getting Rey from Star Wars vibes here?
We’ve also received new information about the plot of the movie. The film revolves around the newest “toy” Forky, a spork with an identity crisis. Forky feels he can no longer fulfill his role as a spork and declares himself “trash”. It’s up to Woody and the gang to show Forky how to embrace his new life as a toy. The toys hit the road with Bonnie’s family on a road trip that takes an unexpected turn. Woody is reunited with Bo and they discover that a lot has changed since the last time they saw each other.
— Disney•Pixar (@DisneyPixar) February 4, 2019
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