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Olivia Munn Attacks the (Circus) Show!

Written by PETA | April 27, 2010

I think that even the most die-hard Star Wars convention attendees will agree with me on this: The au natural pose struck by smokin’ hot actor and host of G4’s Attack of the Show! Olivia Munn in PETA’s newest anti-circus ad rivals her infamous Princess Leia photo in sex appeal. Elephants belong in their natural environment, not in the circus, so check out these photos of Olivia as she unveils her stripped-down billboard in L.A. and try to disagree with me that natural is the way to be.


Olivia Munn


If you live in Southern California, check out the billboard at the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Highland Avenue.

Olivia, who rightfully calls the abuse of animals in the circus “sickening,” was brought to tears watching video footage of elephants who were hit with metal-tipped bullhooks at the Ringling Bros. Circus.

If everyone who goes to see Olivia in her upcoming film—a modest production called Iron Man 2—joins her in boycotting the circus, we’ll be one step closer to stopping the suffering for good.

Written by Jennifer O’Connor

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  • Cinzia says:

    Last night 51310 at 740 on CBS the show The Insider showed asking questions photos revealing that trainers cruelly wrestle baby elephants using ropes sharp hooks and electric shocks in order to force them to learn tricks. The female trainer Ringling Brothers Circus responded that the pics were ten years old and the babies are fine. CBS at that point thanked the trainer and said at the center are doing an amazing job. I was speecless. I wont watch CBS anymore.

  • ali says:

    Billboards are so important. Please continue to post them.

  • Klara says:

    Fantastic ad !! Go PETA show it everywhere elephants don’t belong in the circus.

  • Sumolya KAn says:

    Circus people should try putting collars on their neckand chained themselves also.

  • emma says:

    well said fred

  • fred kirchner says:

    the efforttorturemoney that goes into making elephants and other animals do stupid tricks is rediculous.The real performers are the acrobatsetc and the human skill that is involved in their performance is downplayed and you use the abused animals as your main attraction.Feld fire the “trainers”cut your costs send the animals to sanctuariesand retire your tired old ass and live off the blood money till you croakyour productions are passe and mediocre at best..

  • biggi egger says:

    did you really forget that they are wild animals but no toys?

  • Robert says:

    What a Babe and what a great cause! But one thing PETA please sell these posters on your site along with all the hotties in the nude you’d make tons of money!!!