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Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 Boasts Vegetarian Protagonists

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H2Great news all you veggie Rob Zombie fans out there (all 2 of you)!

Sources who attended an advance screening of Zombie’s upcoming Halloween 2 last night have informed Ecorazzi that the movie’s heroine, Laurie Strode (played by Scout Taylor-Compton) & her best friend Annie (Danielle Harris) are full-on vegetarian activists! There’s even a scene in which the pair lecture Annie’s father (Brad Dourif) of the horrors of consuming animal flesh. Way to go, veggie movie heroes!

Spoiler Alert: As a bonus, I’m also told there’s a scene in which a group of hunters get what’s coming to them by being impaled on a mass of deer antlers they keep tied to the front of their truck.  One word: Karma! 

…of course, this was an advance screening, so there’s no guaranteeing everything makes it into the final cut, but here’s hoping!

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