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Ed Begley Jr. And Earth Cinema Circle Kick Netflix's Ass

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If Ecorazzi was a vegan sundae, Ed Begley Jr. would be our candy-coated topping. What can I say? WE LOVE THE GUY!!

Basically, Ed is the greenest celeb ever!!! So it shouldn’t surprise you that he has stepped up to the environmental plate once again to support another green business.  Today I learned on the Green Daily that Ed Begley Jr. will be hosting a collection of films for the very groovy, very eco-conscious film distribution company, Earth Cinema Circle

Earth Cinema Circle is a monthly program that delivers green inspired films right to your door. The deal is: you pay $17.95 plus shipping, and a new DVD will arrive in your mailbox each month with four to five eco-friendly titles. The films range from full length features to shorts and cover topics like: eco-travel, fictional green stories and biographies of green pioneers. (Am I the only one wondering if you get green porn? Am I only one wondering if green porn is like trees having sex?)

Never to leave out the important details, Earth Cinema Circle has assured us that the packages are carbon neutral, thanks to the contributions they will make to the Go Zero Fund.

So, go, go, go Ed for lending your fame to help another green business, and thanks to Earth Cinema Circle for being…well so earthy. Now go sign up already!  

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