The LifeSite is reporting, with some consternation, that:
WELLINGTON, New Zealand, July 17, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) Profits from the Lord of the Rings film trilogy are being used to fund destructive human embryonic research at the University of California, reported the Mainichi Daily News.
Filmmakers Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh, who brought the J.R.R. Tolkien epic to the screen, together donated US $310,000 last Saturday to fund research using the stem cells of human embryos.
Stem cell therapy has the potential to treat a multitude of diseases and illnesses which up until now have been labeled incurable the pair said in a statement released by the University of California."
The Hobbit race is apparently looking for some "enhancements". They are, it is reported, tiny all over. Go Peter Jackson! Go Frodo!, especially since, if E. Wood doesn't get into some half-decent flicks soon, doing Porn may be his only career option.
The Lifesite is also pissed off at the fact that:
British actor Ian McKellen, who portrayed the wizard Gandalf in the film, has used the international recognition generated by the film to further his promotion of homosexuality, campaigning for homosexual marriage in Britain.
Well wooo wooo wooo! go cry me a river, Christians.