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Joaquin Phoenix from ‘Joker’ makes stop at Toronto’s subway to advocate animal rights advertising

"Joker" star Joaquin Phoenix stunned Toronto subway passengers with a surprise visit that momentarily clogged a downtown station's platform and stairwells. The movie star made the afternoon appearance just before rush hour traffic to view an underground publicity campaign promoting veganism, but did not speak to onlookers or board a train. Phoenix spent about five minutes wandering past transit riders to view black-and-white images of farmed animals. The wall murals are part of a campaign by the Colorado-based organization, Be Fair Be Vegan. Leading the tour was Anita Krajnc of the vegan advocacy group Toronto Pig Save.

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