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Vegan Anne Hathaway Had to Endure Dead Fish on Les Mis Set

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Anne Hathaway did her best to make her role on Les Mis as ethical as possible. The vegan actress had all her shoes made to be cruelty free so her wardrobe wouldn’t hurt any animals.

However, what her vegan boots stepped on? That’s a different story. Hathaway recently said, “For some reason, for the dock scenes, (Hooper) wanted us to have dead fish, for days, and days and days on end and of course this was the first role that I’ve done since going vegan, so there I am in period-looking pleather shoes, stepping on dead fish, and I was having a real crisis of conscience.”

Being a vegan in a non vegan world can often make a person feel like they are compromising their ethics. But walking on dead fish that were purchased just to have in the scene? That had to be tough for Anne to swallow…and smell. Still, we love her decision to protect animals in every possible way she could control.

The vegan star wasn’t the only one who questioned the decision to use real dead fish. Russell Crow reportedly commented on the “fetid” air.

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  • Allana Marie

    I think this is terrible, people, directors should respect her decision to be Vegan and should take more care when deciding, also I truly respect Anne Hathaway, not just because I am vegan too (!) but because she withhold it whereas with my short temper I probably would have said to the director, Look It’s me or the Dead Fish, REPLACE THEM WITH FAKE FISH! 😀 x

    Also please visit my Vegan Blog
    http://poweredbymoofree.wordpress.com/
    Thanks for your support xxx

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