Wolf pack put on display at 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' premiere in Los Angeles

Twi-hards rejoiced yesterday at the Nokia Theater celebrating the last installment of the “Twilight” franchise, “Breaking Dawn – Part 2.” Fans waited anxiously to get a glimpse of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, but some particular guests might not have been as enthusiastic.

Why is that? Well, maybe because they were locked in cages. That’s right; those who organized the event decided it was a fetching idea to showcase a “live” wolf pack. Look above for proof.

For those who know the series, the books and movies tell the tale of vampires and werewolves. Lautner plays Jacob/a werewolf and belongs to a pack, so I guess the premiere wanted to turn the event into something magnificent.

Thanks to Entertainment Weekly they documented the real wolf pack, as they live tweeted the premiere.

Some might not think anything of it, but is it fair to put these animals on display just for a movie premiere?

Let us know your thoughts.

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  • Rish

    It’s amazing we kill the Wolves in some states and exploit them in other states. It must be like our Wild Horses and Burros…Hated by the powerful, yet still used as icons by the greedy. Those who TRULY appreciate what these Animals have given to our society and environment are those who should be protecting them in their REAL habitats. Amazingly, we have the ability to do this in a way to benefit both Human and non-human Animal. We’re not as dumb as we’ve implied so far.

  • http://twitter.com/SMoonlight5 Moon5

    Are you kidding me? Poor wolfs, it was unnecessary

  • alex

    Are you kidding me! Do they not know how shy these animals are? This must have been so scary for them. This is simply yet another sick way for Hollywood to exploit animals.

  • Lucky

    I’ve worked with wolves and this definitely would not have been a comfortable situation for them. They are and always will be wild animals, not some domestic pet. I think even my well socialized dog would have been nervous like that. In a cage, on concrete, surrounded by strange (and probably over-excited) people, with bright lights blaring in. People need to start thinking beyond their wallets and own egos and start trying to think from the perspective of any animal they may be working with.